Antarctic Ecology, Volume 1
R. M. Laws, Richard M. Laws
Academic Press, 1984 - Science - 850 pages
Collection of 15 papers on Antarctic ecology: The terrestrial environment by D.W.H. Walton; Terrestrial plant biology by R.I. Lewis Smith; Terrestrial microbiology, invertebrates and ecosystems by W. Block; Introduced mammals by W.N. Bonner; Inland waters by R.B. Heywood; The marine environment by T.D. Foster; The marine flora by R.B. Heywood and T.M. Whitaker; Marine zooplankton by J. Everson; Fish by J. Everson; Seabirds by J.P. Croxall; Seals by R.M. Laws; Whales by S.G. Brown and C.H. Lockyer; Marine interactions by J. Everson; Conservation and the Antarctic by W.N. Bonner.
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Terrestrial Plant Biology
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Acaena magellanica Acari algae algal Antarctic Ecology Antarctic Peninsula Antarctic Research Series Antarctic soils Antarctic Survey Bulletin Arctic areas arthropods bacteria Biology biomass British Antarctic Survey bryophytes cats climate Collembola Colobanthus colonization communities continental cryptogamic cycle density Deschampsia antarctica distribution Drepanocladus dry valleys ecosystems environment fauna fellfield flora freezing Glacier grassland Gressitt growth habitats Heywood iles Crozet iles Kerguelen invertebrate Journal Leader-Williams levels lichens Longton M. W. Holdgate Macquarie Island Marion Island maritime Antarctic maximum mice mites numbers nutrient occur organic Pacific Insects Monograph pattern peat penguins photosynthesis Poa flabellata polar Polytrichum population production R. I. L. Smith rabbits radiation rates rats recorded regions reindeer respiration season seed Signy Island snow South Georgia South Orkney Islands South Shetland Islands species studies sub-Antarctic islands summer surface taxa temperature Tilbrook tundra tussock vegetation Victoria Land Walton wind winter Zinderen Bakker zone