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Anesio AM, Hodson AJ et al. 2009. High microbial activity on glaciers: importance to the global carbon cycle. Glob. Change Biol. 15, 955-960.                 
Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. (eds.) (2006). Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator. Springer, Dordrecht.
Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A., Convey, P. and Aerts, R. 2007a. Climate change effects on organic matter of de- composition rates in ecosystems from the maritime Antarctic and Falkland Islands, Glob. Change. Biol., 13, 1-12.
Bokhorst, S, Huiskes, A, Convey, P and Aerts, R. 2007b. External nutrient inputs into terrestrial ecosystems of the Falkland Islands and the Maritime Antarctic region - Polar Biology, 30, 1432-2056.
Carpenter, EJ et al. 2000. Bacterial activity in South Pole snow, Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 66, 4514-4517
Christner, BC et al. 2003. Molecular identification of Bacteria and Eukarya inhabiting an Antarctic cryoconite hole, Extremophiles, 7, 177 – 183.
Dierssen, H.M. et al. 2002. Glacial meltwater dynamics in coastal waters west of the Antarctica Peninsula, PNAS, 99, 1790 – 1795.
Fogg, G.E. 1968 Observations on the snow algae of the South Orkney Is., Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B, 252 279 – 287.
Hodson, AJ et al. In Press. Glacier ecosystem response to episodic nitrogen enrichment in Svalbard, European High Arctic, Biogeochemistry.
Hodson, AJ et al. 2008. Glacial Ecosystems, Ecological Monographs, 78, 41-67.
Hodson, AJ et al. 2007. A glacier respires: quantifying the distribution and respiration CO2 flux of cryoconite across an entire Arctic glacial ecosystem, Journal of Geophysical Research,  112, G04S36, doi:10.1029/2007JG000452, 2007
Hodson, A. 2006. Biogeochemistry of snowmelt in an Antarctic glacial ecosystem, Water Resources Research, 42, DOI: 10.1029/2005WR004311, 2006.
Mosser JL et al. 1977. Photosynthesis in the snow: the alga C. nivalis, J Phycol 13: 22–27.
Osborn, AM et al. 2000 An evaluation of Terminal-Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (T-RFLP) analysis for the study of microbial community structure and dynamics. Environ. Microbiol. 2, 39-50.
Painter, TH. and 5 others. 2001. Detection and quantification of snow algae with an air-borne imaging spectrometer, Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 67: 5267-72.
Pearce, DA, et al. 2005. Significant changes in the bacterioplankton community structure of a maritime Antarctic freshwater lake following nutrient enrichment. Microbiol. 151, 3237-3248.
Peck, LS, Convey, P, Barnes, DKA. 2006. Environmental constraints on life histories in Antarctic ecosystems: tempos, timing and predictability, Biological Reviews, 81, 75-109.
Priscu, JC & Christner, BC. 2004. Earth’s icy biosphere. In Bull, Alan T. (ed.), Microbial Diversity and Bioprospecting, pp. 130-145. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, D.C.
Quayle, WC. et al. 2002. Extreme responses to climate change in Antarctic lakes, Science, 295, 645.
Quayle, WC., Convey, P. et al. 2003. Ecological responses of maritime Antarctic lakes to regional climate change. Antarctic Research Series, 79, 159–170.
Rau, F. and Braun, M. 2002. The regional distribution of the dry snow zone on the Antarctic Peninsula north of 70 oS, Annals of Glaciology, 34, 95 – 100.
Ridley, J. 1993. Surface melting on Antarctic Peninsula ice shelves detected by passive microwave sensors, Geophys. Res. Lett., 20, 2639 – 2642.
Schloss, PD & Handelsman, J. 2005. Introducing DOTUR, a computer program for defining operational taxonomic units and estimating species richness. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71, 1501-1506.
Segawa, T. et al. 2005. Seasonal change in bacterial flora and biomass in mountain snow from the Tateyame Mts., Japan, analysed by 16S rRNA gene sequencing and real time PCR, Appl. Env. Microbiol., 71, 123-130.
Smith, CJ et al. 2006. Evaluation of quantitative polymerase chain reaction-based approaches for determining gene copy and gene transcript numbers in environmental samples. Environ. Microbiol. 8 (5), 804–815
Smith, R.I.L. (1990). Signy Island as a paradigm of biological and environmental change in Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems. In: Kerry, K.R. & Hempel, G. (eds.), Antarctic Ecosystems, Ecological Change and Conservation, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 32-50.
Takeuchi, N. et al 2006. Spatial distribution and abundance of snow algae on the Harding Icefield derived from a satellite image, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L21502, doi:10.1029/2006GL027819, 2006.
Thomas, WH. 1972. Observations on snow algae in California. J Phycol 8: 1–9.
Tranter, M. and Jones, H. 2001. Chapter 1 In: Jones et al (eds.): Snow Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Examination of Snow-Covered Ecosystems, Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Tranter, M.et al. 2004. Extreme hydrochemical conditions in natural microcosms entombed in Antarctic Ice, Hydrol. Proc., 18, 379 – 387.

 Williams, et al. 2003. Surface gas-exchange processes of snow algae, PNAS, 100, 563 – 566.

Our publications


Hodson, AJ et al. 2010. Glacier ecosystem response to episodic nitrogen enrichment in Svalbard, European High Arctic, Biogeochemistry, 98, 171-184.
Hodson, AJ et al. 2008. Glacial Ecosystems, Ecological Monographs, 78, 41-67.
Hodson, AJ et al. 2007. A glacier respires: quantifying the distribution and respiration CO2 flux of cryoconite across an entire Arctic glacial ecosystem, Journal of Geophysical Research,  112, G04S36, doi:10.1029/2007JG000452, 2007
Hodson, A. 2006. Biogeochemistry of snowmelt in an Antarctic glacial ecosystem, Water Resources Research, 42, DOI: 10.1029/2005WR004311, 2006.
Nowak, A. and Hodson, A. 2014. On the biogeochemical response of a glacierized High Arctic watershed to climate change: revealing patterns, processes and heterogeneity among micro-catchments, Hydrological Processes, 42, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10263.

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