Antarctic Research Series

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Series Online ISSN: 2328-9201

Series DOI: 10.1002/SERIES5057

About this Book Series

Published by the American Geophysical Union, the Antarctic Research Series serves working scientists, students, and nonscientists interested in biological or physical research endeavors in Antarctica and, on occasion, the general public interested in the Antarctic environment. The primary purpose is to provide an effective and authoritative outlet for research conducted in Antarctica. Most Antarctic research results are, and will continue to be, published in the standard disciplinary journals. However, the difficulty and expense of conducting experiments in Antarctica make it prudent to publish the methods, data, and results of such research projects as fully as possible so that the scientific community has the maximum opportunity to evaluate these projects and so that full information is permanently and readily available. Thus the coverage of the subjects is generally more extensive in this series than is possible in the journal literature. The series is designed to complement Antarctic field work, much of which consists of cooperative, interdisciplinary projects.

Books in this Series

  1. Biology of the Antarctic Seas
  2. Antarctic Snow and Ice Studies
  3. Polychaeta Errantia of Antarctica
  4. Geomagnetism and Aeronomy: Studies in the Ionosphere, Geomagnetism and Atmospheric Radio Noise
  5. Biology of the Antarctic Seas II
  6. Geology and Paleontology of the Antarctic
  7. Polychaeta Myzostomidae and Sedentaria of Antarctica
  8. Antarctic Soils and Soil Forming Processes
  9. Studies in Antarctic Meteorology
  10. Entomology of Antarctica
  11. Biology of the Antarctic Seas III
  12. Antarctic Bird Studies
  13. Antarctic Ascidiacea
  14. Antarctic Cirripedia
  15. Antarctic Oceanology I
  16. Antarctic Snow and Ice Studies II
  17. Biology of the Antarctic Seas IV
  18. Antarctic Pinnipedia
  19. Antarctica Oceanology II: The Australian-New Zealand Sector
  20. Antarctic Terrestrial Biology
  21. Recent Antarctic and Subantarctic Brachiopods
  22. Human Adaptability to Antarctic Conditions
  23. Biology of the Antarctic Seas V
  24. Birds of the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic
  25. Meteorological Studies at Plateau Station, Antarctica
  26. Biology of the Antarctic Seas VI
  27. Biology of the Antarctic Seas VII
  28. Biology of the Antarctic Seas VIII
  29. Upper Atmosphere Research in Antarctica
  30. Terrestrial Biology III
  31. Biology of the Antarctic Seas IX
  32. Biology of the Antarctic Seas X
  33. Dry Valley Drilling Project
  34. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XI
  35. Biogeography of Lanternfishes (Myctophidae) South of 30°S
  36. Geology of the Central Transantarctic Mountains
  37. A Contribution to the Flora and Vegetation of Isla De Los Estados (Staten Island), Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina
  38. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XIII
  39. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XIV
  40. Antarctic Halacaroidea
  41. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XVI
  42. The Ross Ice Shelf: Glaciology and Geophysics
  43. Oceanology of the Antarctic Continental Shelf
  44. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XVII
  45. Crustacea Tanaidacea of the Antarctic and the Subantarctic: 1. On Material Collected at Tierra del Fuego, Isla de los Estados, and the West Coast of the Antarctic Peninsula
  46. Geological Investigations in Northern Victoria Land
  47. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XIX
  48. Volcanoes of the Antarctic Plate and Southern Oceans
  49. Antarctic Siphonophores from Plankton Samples of the United States Antarctic Research Program: Eltanin Cruises for Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter (Cruises 3-5, 8-23, 25-28, 30, 35, and 38)
  50. Contributions to Antarctic Research I
  51. Mineral Resources Potential of Antarctica
  52. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XXI
  53. Contributions to Antarctic Research II
  54. Marine Geological and Geophysical Atlas of the Circum-Antarctic to 30°S
  55. Molluscan Systematics and Biostratigraphy: Lower Tertiary La Meseta Formation, Seymour Island, Antartic Peninsula
  56. The Antarctic Paleoenvironment: A Perspective on Global Change: Part One
  57. Contributions to Antarctic Research III
  58. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XXII
  59. Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in Antarctic Lakes
  60. The Antarctic Paleoenvironment: A Perspective on Global Change: Part Two
  61. Antarctic Meteorology and Climatology: Studies Based on Automatic Weather Stations
  62. Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurements and Biological Effects
  63. Antarctic and Subantarctic Pycnogonida: Ammotheidae and Austrodecidae
  64. Atmospheric Halos
  65. Fossil Scleractinian Corals from James Ross Basin, Antarctica
  66. Volcanological and Environmental Studies of Mount Erebus, Antarctica
  67. Contributions to Antarctic Research IV
  68. Geology and Seismic Stratigraphy of the Antarctic Margin
  69. Antarctic and Subantarctic Pycnogonida: Nymphonidae, Colossendeidae, Rhynchothoraxidae, Pycnogonidae, Endeididae, and Callipallenidae
  70. Foundations for Ecological Research West of the Antarctic Peninsula
  71. Geology and Seismic Stratigraphy of the Antarctic Margin, 2
  72. Ecosystem Dynamics in a Polar Desert: the Mcmurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica
  73. Antarctic Sea Ice: Biological Processes, Interactions and Variability
  74. Antarctic Sea Ice: Physical Processes, Interactions and Variability
  75. Ocean, Ice, and Atmosphere: Interactions at the Antarctic Continental Margin
  76. Paleobiology and Paleoenvironments of Eocene Rocks: McMurdo Sound, East Antarctica
  77. The West Antarctic Ice Sheet: Behavior and Environment
  78. Biogeochemistry of the Ross Sea
  79. Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability: Historical and Paleoenvironmental Perspectives