PROTEKER: Implementation of an underwater observatory at Kerguelen

JPEG - 38.9 kb Effects of global change on the marine benthos and habitats in Kerguelen Islands. Establishment of a base line for ecological and genetic monitoring, protection and conservation

In the current context of climate changes, variations of the sea level and of marine biodiversity [particularly benthic], (extinction, shifts, replacements, “exotic” and invading species) will affect the Southern Islands, particularly in coastal waters. Sites explored during past ocean cruises or by diving around Kerguelen, having given place to collections and research tasks, are revisited during cruises of « La Curieuse ». The observations and the examination of these new collections are compared with those carried out since the Seventies. All the data, old and new, are/will be captured in existing or compatible databases associated with a GIS. Certain species of which the genetic structure is known are selected for a genetic monitoring and the determination of sensitive areas. The whole will bring the scientific bases to the determination of zones to be protected (site, area and optimum distances between the protected zones) and managed.

New on the site
Jan. 2020 PhD theses of D. Desbruyères (Annelids), and B. Richer de Forges (Halicarcinus) on line
Sept.2019 Test of the ROV SubSea Tech Observer/22/28/2019, Riou Island, Bay of Marseille
May 2019 Presentation to the CNFRA scientific days: Etat des connaissances sur les macroalgues marines de l’Archipel des Kerguelen
Apr. 2019 SST Kerguelen - Crozet Islands / Dec. 2011-Mar. 2019
Mar. 2019 An impossible trip ...
Jan. 2019 Online publishing of "Geology of Kerguelen Islands", in French
Sep. 2018 New on line IRI’s map of SST - Kerguelen & Crozet Islands areas
Aug. 2018 New on line Main PROTEKER output and Theses related to Kerguelen
Jun. 2018 A field guide to coastal echinoderms of Kerguelen Islands - 16th International Echinoderm Conference, Nagoya, Japan, 28/05-01/06/2018
Mar. 2018 The film about PROTEKER 3 2013-14 put on line
Feb. 2018 diaporama campaign 2017
Feb. 2018 Lien vers le film de P. Grua (1963): Premières plongées à Kerguelen/First scientific diving in Kerguelen
Jan. 2018 L’observatoire sous-marin des îles Kerguelen dans http://www.proteker.net/ecrire/?exec=article_edit&id_article=23#previsuVoirSUBAQUA
Dec. 2017 PROTEKER contributes to Genomics insight into the past and present of Antarctic Biodiversity. A tool to assess the fate of a unique ecosystem in a changing world (GAB)
Nov. 2017 PROTEKER at the fall philately exhibition illustrations
Mar. 2017 a PROTEKER’s model species (Abatus cordatus) on the net
Jan. 2017 PROTEKER-phase1 in Rapport d’activité IPEV
presentation PROTEKER-phase1 Public Conferences in Endoume
carnet de mission 2016-07
carnet de mission 2016-06
carnet de mission 2016-05
carnet de mission 2016-04
carnet de mission 2016-03
carnet de mission 2016-02
Déc. 2016 carnet de mission 2016-01
Oct. 2016 presentation Intn. Conf. Ecological Sciences, 24-28/10/2016, Marseille, France
Mai 2016 presentation 2nd Eur. Conf. Scientific Diving, 9-11/05/2016, Kristineberg, SE
diaporama campaign 2015
online publishing of the sea temperature monitoring
diaporama campaign 2014
diaporama campaign 2013
diaporama campaign 2011-12

- France Télévisions reporting FR3 (2014) (Marie Herenstein)
PROTEKER sequence begins at 02:45

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Article in "Espèces", 2016: Féral (J.-P.), Beurier (J.-P.), Marschal (C.), Marty (G.), Motreuil (S.), Poulin (E.), Roca (J.-C.), Saucède (T.). Kerguelen, un archipel sous haute surveillance. Espèces , 21 : 33-39.

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Article in "Underwater Technology", 2016: Féral (J.-P.), Saucède (T.), Poulin (E.), Marschal (C.), Marty (G.), Roca (J.-C.), Motreuil (S.), Beurier (J.-P.). PROTEKER : implementation of a submarine observatory at the Kerguelen islands (Southern Ocean). Underwater Technology 34(1) : 3-10. doi : 10.3723/ut.34.003

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Rapport d’activité de l’IPEV, 2016: Féral (J.-P.), Saucède (T.), Améziane (N.) 2016. PROTEKER phase 1: l’installation. Un observatoire sous-marin des effets du changement global sur les communautés benthiques côtières de l’Archipel des Kerguelen. Rapport d’activité, Campagne d’été 2015-2016 incluse, IPEV, Brest, pp. 28-35. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.32380.13448

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Presentation of PROTEKER phase 1 (general public)

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Paru dans SUBAQUA, n° jan-fev 2018: Thomas Saucède & Sébastien Motreuil - L’observatoire sous marin des îles Kerguelen, 276: 30-37

[ JPEG - 3.2 kb A stamp and a postcard "PROTEKER" in the Carnet de voyage des TAAF n°8 : A la découverte de la réserve naturelle des Terres Australes Françaises first presented at the 2017 Fall philathely exhibition.


Field guide to Kerguelen Islands coastal Echinoderms

All photos are copyright ©PROTEKER

Abatus cordatus Ctenocidaris nutrix Sterechinus diadema Odontaster penicillatus Glabrasterias antarctica Ophiocantha vivipara Ophionotus hexactis Cladodactyla sinciski Pentactella laevigata

PROTEKER, IPEV program 1044 - Summer field campaigns

This IPEV program n° 1044 - PROTEKER has been launched during the austral summer 2011-2012. It was coordonated by Jean-Pierre Féral (IMBE, Marseille) and Nadia Améziane (MNHN, Paris - Concarneau). Several marine labaratories are involved in France, and also in Belgium and Chile (see partners page). This contituted the first phase of the program.
Since 2015, Thomas Saucède leads the program which is increasing the equipment of the observatory sites and developing approaches in the fields of trophic webs, connectivity and phylogeography.

The objective of PROTEKER is to check the probable impact of climate changes at sea which implicatesdata mining and revisiting already known sites. An underwater observatory is implemented to monitor representative coastal habitats. At the end, the project will produce an inventory of existing data, capture those which are still not available (gray litterature) and manage them in a georeferenced database.
The field part will permit to chose the sites to be monitored and to make qualitative(*) comparisons between the present state and how it was 10 to 50 years ago. This is possible thanks to the availability of La Curieuse in the Kerguelen waters. She can sail all around the Island (except the west coast where the conditions are always very rough) and in the Golfe du Morbihan making possible to explore a lot of coastal habitats. Three summer campaigns have been asked.
To plan these cruises and campaigns regarding the framework of the international environmental law makes it possible to produce “useful” data. The multidisciplinary missions could also help to determine bioregions and select protection criteria for research development, protection of ecosystems.
(*) Only sedimentary bottoms of the Baie du Morbihan have been studied "quantitatively". There is no quantitative record for hard substrates.

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The trawler "La Curieuse"

- The first field campaign was done around Kerguelen Island, onboard "La Curieuse" from December 12th, 2011 and January 9th, 2012. It was dedicated to exploration and choice of observation sites. Some were equiped of temperature recorders. See report (in French)
- The field cruise 2012-13 was cancelled following the damage of the "Marion Dufresne II" to Crozet where she struck a shoal.
- The second field campaign (November 30th - December 17th, 2013) made it possible to complete the installation of 7 monitored sites, north and south of Kerguelen coast and in the Bay of Morbihan. Temperature recorders were deployed as well as colonization plates. See report (in French)
- The third and last scientific cruise at sea is planned for the southern summer 2014-2015

The observations are made by means of diving (down to 30 m depth) and using a mini-ROV - right (down to 100 m depth)

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Sampling and shooting
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Mini-ROV "Observer" (Subsea Tech)

Collections are made by diving and trawling - right (100 m long hauls, 3 min at 1 kn at 50 m and 100 m depth)

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Collection of organisms
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Agassiz type trawl _ Kerguelen

The chosen sites of observation are equipped with temperature recorders - left (5 m and 15 m depth) and of plates of colonization - right (approximately 10 m depth)
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thermorecorder _ fouling

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Colonization plate

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Depuis 2015, Thomas Saucède dirige le programme qui accroit l’équipement des sites d’observatoires et développe des approches dans les domaines des réseaux trophiques, de la connectivité et de la phylogéographie.


Partners and participants

PROTEKER is coordonated by Thomas Saucède (Biogéosciences, Dijon) and Nadia Améziane (ISYEB, MNHN, Concarneau).
Several laboratories collaborate to this program
in France

  • Université de Bourgogne, Laboratoire Biogéosciences - Research unit 6282, Dijon
  • Institut Méditerranéen de Biodiversité et d’Écologie marine et continentale, IMBE - Research unit 7263, Marseille
  • Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, MNHN, Institut de Systématique, Evolution et Biodiversité - UMR 7205 ISYEB, Concarneau
  • Centre de droit maritime et océanique - EA 1165, Nantes
  • Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls-sur-Mer - UMS 2348
  • Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Laboratoire de Biologie Marine, Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe
  • IFREMER, Laboratoire Environnement profond, Brest
  • Réserve Naturelle des Terres Australes Françaises, TAAF, Saint Pierre, La Réunion

and abroad

  • Chile:
    • Universidad de Chile, Laboratorio de Ecología Molecular (LEM), Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad, Departamento de Ciencias Ecológicas, Facultad de Ciencias, Santiago.
    • Universidad Austral de Chile (UACH), Instituto de Ciencias Marinas y Limnológicas, Valdivia.
    • Universidad de Concepción, Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Oceanográficas Concepción.
    • Universidad de Magallanes, Laboratorio de Ecosistemas Marinos Antárticos y Subantárticos (LEMAS), Instituto de la Patagonia, Punta Arenas.
  • Belgium:
    • Université Libre de Bruxelles, Marine Biology Lab, BIOMAR, Faculté des Sciences, Bruxelles

[logos]

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N. Améziane J.-P. Beurier A. Chenuil-Maurel B. David
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R. David A. Diaz C. De Ridder P. Dubois
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M. Eléaume S. Fabri-Ruiz J.-P. Féral (PI 2011-14) J. Fournier
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K. Gérard C. Gonzalez-Wevar C. Guillaumot C. Marschal
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G. Marty L. Michel S. Motreuil P.-Y. Pascal
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E. Poulin J.-C. Roca C. Rocher T. Saucède (PI 2015-to date)
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M. Selva

Observation sites

Height sites have been chosen around Kerguelen Island:
- two on the north coast ( Choiseul and Baleiniers sectors): Baie de l’Oiseau (Port Christmas) and Îlot des Trois Bergers.
- two on the south coast (Audierne sector): Fjord des Portes Noires and Îles du Prince de Monaco
- two at the bottom of the Baie du Morbihan: Île Haute and Île Longue
- two in the surroundings of the Passe Royale: Île Suhm and Ilot Channer.

Tide schedule (Port-aux-Français)

Choiseul

Baie de l’Oiseau - Port Christmas

48°40’55"S 69°01’58"E
-48.68194 69.03277
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Baleiniers

Îlôt des Trois Bergers

49°17’24"S 69°42’41"E
-49.29000 69.71138
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Audierne

Fjord des Portes Noires Iles du Prince de Monaco
49°29’39"S 69°08’58"E 49°36’00"S 69°14’23"E
-49.49416 69.14944 -49.60000 69.23972
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Morbihan

Île Haute Île Longue
49°23’15"S 69°56’29"E 49°32’19"S 69°53’03"E
-49.38750 69.94138 -49.53861 69.88416

Ile Haute
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Ile Longue
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Passe Royale

Île Suhm Ilot Channer
49°29’36"S 70°09’41"E 49°22’59"S 70°11’08"
-49.49333 70.16138 -49.3831 70.1858

Ile Suhm
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Ilot Channer
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Thermorecorders

Monthly Sea Surface temperature (SST)

Equipment used for measurement and recording of temperature: HOBO
- video temperature probe : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXrZzbu4hIQ
- HOBO Optic USB Base Station : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcVc6laaPGw
- tutorial software : http://www.microdaq.com/occ/software/hoboware-video-tutorials.php


Recorded sea water temperatures since 2012

S St/m 5 15 5 15 5 15 5 15 5 15 5 15
1 CHA x x X X X x X X
1 SUH x x X X X X X x X X
2 HAU X X X X X X X X X X X X
2 LON X X X X X X X X X X X X
3 PXR X X x X X X X X X X
4 I3B X X x X X X X X X X
5 PNO X X X X X X X X X X
5 MON X X
Year 12 13 14 15 16 17

S : Sectors: 1- Passe Royale, 2- Baie du Morbihan, 3- Choiseul, 4- Baleiniers, 5- Audierne
St : Stations: CHA: Ilot Channer, SUH: Ile Suhm, HAU: Ile Haute, LON: Ile Longue, PXR: Port Christmas, I3B: Ilot des Trois Bergers, PNO: Fjord des Portes Noires, MON: Ile du Prince de Monaco

PROTEKER data request form


Colonization plates

In every site, a system of 10 plates of raw clay (20 x 20 cm) is fixed to the rock face in a depth of about 10 m.
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    TitleShifts in Antarctic megabenthic structure after ice-shelf disintegration in the Larsen area east of the Antarctic Peninsula
    AuthorGutt, Julian
    AuthorCape, Mattias
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    AuthorFillinger, Laura
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    Volume36
    Issue6
    Pages895-906
    Dateavril 2013
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    URLhttp://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00300-013-1315-7/fulltext.html
    TagsAscidians · Current regime · Interannual sea-ice · Ophiuroids · Population collapse · Population growth · climate change · dynamics
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  • Hemery, L. G., Améziane, N. & Eléaume, M. Circumpolar dataset of sequenced specimens of Promachocrinus kerguelensis (Echinodermata, Crinoidea). ZooKeys 315, 55-64 (2013).
    itemfields keyCXTA69XZ
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleCircumpolar dataset of sequenced specimens of Promachocrinus kerguelensis (Echinodermata, Crinoidea).
    AuthorHemery, Lenaïg G
    AuthorAméziane, Nadia
    AuthorEléaume, Marc
    AbstractThis circumpolar dataset of the comatulid (Echinodermata: Crinoidea) Promachocrinus kerguelensis (Carpenter, 1888) from the Southern Ocean, documents biodiversity associated with the specimens sequenced in Hemery et al. (2012). The aim of Hemery et al. (2012) paper was to use phylogeographic and phylogenetic tools to assess the genetic diversity, demographic history and evolutionary relationships of this very common and abundant comatulid, in the context of the glacial history of the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic shelves (Thatje et al. 2005, 2008). Over one thousand three hundred specimens (1307) used in this study were collected during seventeen cruises from 1996 to 2010, in eight regions of the Southern Ocean: Kerguelen Plateau, Davis Sea, Dumont d'Urville Sea, Ross Sea, Amundsen Sea, West Antarctic Peninsula, East Weddell Sea and Scotia Arc including the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula and the Bransfield Strait. We give here the metadata of this dataset, which lists sampling sources (cruise ID, ship name, sampling date, sampling gear), sampling sites (station, geographic coordinates, depth) and genetic data (phylogroup, haplotype, sequence ID) for each of the 1307 specimens. The identification of the specimens was controlled by an expert taxonomist specialist of crinoids (Marc Eléaume, Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris) and all the COI sequences were matched against those available on the Barcode of Life Data System (BOLD: http://www.boldsystems.org/index.php/IDS_OpenIdEngine). This dataset can be used by studies dealing with, among other interests, Antarctic and/or crinoid diversity (species richness, distribution patterns), biogeography or habitat / ecological niche modeling. This dataset is accessible through the GBIF network at http://ipt.biodiversity.aq/resource.do?r=proke.
    PublicationZooKeys
    Volume315
    Issue315
    Pages55-64
    Datejanvier 2013
    DOI10.3897/zookeys.315.5673
    URLhttp://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=3713352&tool=pmcentrez&rendertype=abstract
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  • Hemery, L. G., Roux, M., Améziane, N. & Eléaume, M. High-resolution crinoid phyletic inter-relationships derived from molecular data. Cahiers de Biologie Marine 54, 511-523 (2013).
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    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleHigh-resolution crinoid phyletic inter-relationships derived from molecular data
    AuthorHemery, Lenaïg G.
    AuthorRoux, Michel
    AuthorAméziane, Nadia
    AuthorEléaume, Marc
    AbstractDifferent approaches to the significance of morphological characters have led to alternative opinions on the phyletic affinities within the class Crinoidea. The molecular approach developed in this work represents a new, extensive, independent dataset that allows the testing of alternative crinoid inter-relationship hypotheses. We sampled 105 specimens from 25 of the 32 extant crinoid families, sequenced four genes (COI, 16S, 28S, 18S) amounting to 3848-bp of sequence data and conducted maximum likelihood and Bayesian analyses. In this comprehensive preliminary approach of phylo - genetic inter-relationships within the class Crinoidea, a clade A is composed of stalked crinoids exclusively and a clade B comprises all the comatulids plus a number of stalked crinoids (i.e. Bourgueticrinina). The clade A comprises the genera Holopus and Neogymnocrinus, representatives of the families Hyocrinidae and Pentacrinitidae (sensu lato), and the species Caledocrinus vaubani Avocat & Roux, 1990. The clade B comprises all other crinoids but only a portion of the families represented are found monophyletic. Similarly antedonid sub-families and some genera (e.g. Florometra and Antedon) are found para- or polyphyletic. Molecular data are congruent with the few interpretations based on detailed ontogenetic analyses, but also often reveal numerous para- or polyphyletic taxa. The hierarchy of morphological characters and taxa definition among crinoids need to be substantially revised.
    PublicationCahiers de Biologie Marine
    Volume54
    Issue4
    Pages511-523
    Date2013
    URLhttp://www.sb-roscoff.fr/cbm/article.htm?execution=e8s1
    TagsEchinodermata · comatulids · crinoidea · molecular phylogeny · stalked crinoids
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  • Huovinen, P. & Gómez, I. Photosynthetic characteristics and UV stress tolerance of Antarctic seaweeds along the depth gradient. Polar Biology 36, 1319-1332 (2013).
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    Version797
    TypeJournal Article
    TitlePhotosynthetic characteristics and UV stress tolerance of Antarctic seaweeds along the depth gradient
    AuthorHuovinen, Pirjo
    AuthorGómez, Iván
    PublicationPolar Biology
    Volume36
    Issue9
    Pages1319-1332
    Date9/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s00300-013-1351-3
    ISSN0722-4060, 1432-2056
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00300-013-1351-3
    Accessed2019-01-21T12:54:21Z
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  • Kaiser, S., et al. Patterns, processes and vulnerability of Southern Ocean benthos: a decadal leap in knowledge and understanding. Marine Biology 160, 2295-2317 (2013).
    itemfields key326HRXIJ
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitlePatterns, processes and vulnerability of Southern Ocean benthos: a decadal leap in knowledge and understanding
    AuthorKaiser, Stefanie
    AuthorBrandão, Simone N.
    AuthorBrix, Saskia
    AuthorBarnes, David K.A.
    AuthorBowden, David A.
    AuthorIngels, Jeroen
    AuthorLeese, Florian
    AuthorSchiaparelli, Stefano
    AuthorArango, Claudia P.
    AuthorBadhe, Renuka
    AuthorBax, Narissa
    AuthorBlazewicz-Paszkowycz, Magdalena
    AuthorBrandt, Angelika
    AuthorBrenke, Nils
    AuthorCatarino, Ana I.
    AuthorDavid, Bruno
    AuthorRidder, Chantal
    AuthorDubois, Philippe
    AuthorEllingsen, Kari E.
    AuthorGlover, Adrian G.
    AuthorGriffiths, Huw J.
    AuthorGutt, Julian
    AuthorHalanych, Kenneth M.
    AuthorHavermans, Charlotte
    AuthorHeld, Christoph
    AuthorJanussen, Dorte
    AuthorLörz, Anne-Nina
    AuthorPearce, David A.
    AuthorPierrat, Benjamin
    AuthorRiehl, Torben
    AuthorRose, Armin
    AuthorSands, Chester J.
    AuthorSoler-Membrives, Anna
    AuthorSchüller, Myriam
    AuthorStrugnell, Jan M.
    AuthorVanreusel, Ann
    AuthorVeit-Köhler, Gritta
    AuthorWilson, Nerida G.
    AuthorYasuhara, Moriaki
    AbstractIn the Southern Ocean, that is areas south of the Polar Front, long-term oceanographic cooling, geographic separation, development of isolating current and wind systems, tectonic drift and fluctuation of ice sheets amongst others have resulted in a highly endemic benthic fauna, which is generally adapted to the long-lasting, relatively stable environmental conditions. The Southern Ocean benthic ecosystem has been subject to minimal direct anthropogenic impact (compared to elsewhere) and thus presents unique opportunities to study biodiversity and its responses to environmental change. Since the beginning of the century, research under the Census of Marine Life and International Polar Year initiatives, as well as Scientific Committee of Antarctic Research biology programmes, have considerably advanced our understanding of the Southern Ocean benthos. In this paper, we evaluate recent progress in Southern Ocean benthic research and identify priorities for future research. Intense efforts to sample and describe the benthic fauna, coupled with coordination of information in global databases, have greatly enhanced understanding of the biodiversity and biogeography of the region. Some habitats, such as chemosynthetic systems, have been sampled for the first time, while application of new technologies and methods are yielding new insights into ecosystem structure and function. These advances have also highlighted important research gaps, notably the likely consequences of climate change. In a time of potentially pivotal environmental change, one of the greatest challenges is to balance conservation with increasing demands on the Southern Ocean’s natural resources and services. In this context, the characterization of Southern Ocean biodiversity is an urgent priority requiring timely and accurate species identifications, application of standardized sampling and reporting procedures, as well as cooperation between disciplines and nations.
    PublicationMarine Biology
    Volume160
    Issue9
    Pages2295-2317
    Dateavril 2013
    DOI10.1007/s00227-013-2232-6
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00227-013-2232-6
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  • Kroh, A., Jangoux, M., Mirantsev, G. V. & Ziegler, A. The Echinoderm Files. (2013).at
    itemfields key3P68A649
    Version75
    TypeWeb Page
    TitleThe Echinoderm Files
    AuthorKroh, Andreas
    AuthorJangoux, Michel
    AuthorMirantsev, G.V.
    AuthorZiegler, A.
    AbstractThe Echinoderm Files - A website dedicated to Echinoderm Conferences & Meetings
    Dateseptembre 2013
    URLhttp://www.marinespecies.org/echinodermfiles/
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  • La Rivière, M., Roumagnac, M., Garrabou, J. & Bally, M. Transient Shifts in Bacterial Communities Associated with the Temperate Gorgonian Paramuricea clavata in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea. PLoS ONE 8, e57385 (2013).
    itemfields keyGBM7CHFI
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleTransient Shifts in Bacterial Communities Associated with the Temperate Gorgonian Paramuricea clavata in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea
    AuthorLa Rivière, Marie
    AuthorRoumagnac, Marie
    AuthorGarrabou, Joaquim
    AuthorBally, Marc
    EditorThompson, Fabiano
    PublicationPLoS ONE
    Volume8
    Issue2
    Pagese57385
    Date2013-2-20
    Languageen
    DOI10.1371/journal.pone.0057385
    ISSN1932-6203
    URLhttp://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0057385
    Accessed2015-10-30T18:55:16Z
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  • Lecomte, F., Beall, E., Chat, J., Davaine, P. & Gaudin, P. The complete history of salmonid introductions in the Kerguelen Islands, Southern Ocean. Polar Biology 36, 457-475 (2013).
    itemfields keyA6V8X9SB
    Version507
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleThe complete history of salmonid introductions in the Kerguelen Islands, Southern Ocean
    AuthorLecomte, Frédéric
    AuthorBeall, Edward
    AuthorChat, Joëlle
    AuthorDavaine, Patrick
    AuthorGaudin, Philippe
    PublicationPolar Biology
    Volume36
    Issue4
    Pages457-475
    Date4/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s00300-012-1281-5
    ISSN0722-4060, 1432-2056
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00300-012-1281-5
    Accessed2018-10-30T17:57:21Z
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  • Linse, K., et al. The macro- and megabenthic fauna on the continental shelf of the eastern Amundsen Sea, Antarctica. Continental Shelf Research 68, 80-90 (2013).
    itemfields keyG834JQSU
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleThe macro- and megabenthic fauna on the continental shelf of the eastern Amundsen Sea, Antarctica
    AuthorLinse, Katrin
    AuthorGriffiths, Huw J
    AuthorBarnes, Dave KA
    AuthorBrandt, Angelika
    AuthorDavey, Niki
    AuthorDavid, Bruno
    AuthorDe Grave, Sammy
    Authord′Udekem d′Acoz, Cédric
    AuthorEléaume, Marc
    AuthorGlover, Adrian G.
    AuthorHemery, Lenaïg G.
    AuthorMah, Christopher
    AuthorMartín-Ledo, Rafael
    AuthorMunilla, Tomás
    AuthorO′Loughlin, Mark
    AuthorPierrat, Benjamin
    AuthorSaucède, Thomas
    AuthorSands, Chester J
    AuthorStrugnell, Jan M
    AuthorEnderlein, Peter
    AbstractIn 2008 the BIOPEARL II expedition on board of RRS James Clark Ross sailed to the eastern Amundsen Sea Embayment and Pine Island Bay, one of the least studied Antarctic continental shelf regions due to its remoteness and ice cover. A total of 37 Agassiz trawls were deployed at depth transects along the continental and trough slopes. A total of 5469 specimens, belonging to 32 higher taxonomic groups and more than 270 species, were collected. Species richness per station varied from 1 to 55. The benthic assemblages were dominated by echinoderms and clearly different to those in the Ross, Scotia and Weddell seas. Here we present the macro- and megafaunal assemblage structure, its species richness and the presence of several undescribed species.
    PublicationContinental Shelf Research
    Volume68
    Pages80-90
    Dateoctobre 2013
    DOI10.1016/j.csr.2013.08.012
    URLhttp://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S027843431300280X
    TagsAbundance · Biodiversity · Megabenthos · Pine Island · Southern Ocean
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  • Linse, K., Jackson, J. A., Fitzcharles, E., Sands, C. J. & Buckeridge, J. S. Phylogenetic position of Antarctic Scalpelliformes (Crustacea: Cirripedia: Thoracica). Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 73, 99-116 (2013).
    itemfields keyZR8IEF9D
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitlePhylogenetic position of Antarctic Scalpelliformes (Crustacea: Cirripedia: Thoracica)
    AuthorLinse, Katrin
    AuthorJackson, Jennifer A.
    AuthorFitzcharles, Elaine
    AuthorSands, Chester J.
    AuthorBuckeridge, John S.
    AbstractThe phylogenetic relationships of seven Antarctic barnacle species, one verrucomorph and six scalpelliforms from the Scotia, Weddell and Ross seas were investigated using DNA sequences from two nuclear genes (18S and 28S) and one mitochondrial gene (COI), with a combined total length of 3,151 base pairs. Analyses of these new sequences, together with those of previously published ibliform, lepadiform, scalpelliform, balanomorph and verrucomorph species, confirm that the Scalpelliformes are not monophyletic. Bayesian and maximum likelihood analyses consistently recovered a monophyletic group which comprised Ornatoscalpellum stroemii (Sars) and the Southern Ocean scalpellomorphs; Arcoscalpellum sp. from the Weddell Sea, Arcoscalpellum africanum from Elephant Island, A. bouveti from Bouvet Island, the circum-Antarctic Litoscalpellum discoveryi, Litoscalpellum sp. from Shag Rocks and Scalpellum sp. from the Falkland Trough. We also used multiple fossil constraints in a relaxed clock Bayesian framework to estimate divergence times for the 18S+28S phylogeny. Our results indicate a mid Cretaceous divergence for the Weddell Sea Arcoscalpellum sp, followed by a late Cretaceous divergence from the North Atlantic O. stroemii. Subsequent to this, the Antarctic scalpellomorphs began to radiate at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary. Monophyly within the scalpellid genera Arcoscalpellum, Litoscalpellum and Scalpellum was strongly rejected by all loci. Our results show incongruence between taxonomy and molecular systematics and highlight the need for more species to be sequenced as well as taxonomic revisions to resolve uncertainties in the phylogenetic relationships of the stalked barnacles.
    PublicationDeep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers
    Volume73
    Pages99-116
    Datemars 2013
    DOI10.1016/j.dsr.2012.11.006
    URLhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0967063712002269
    Tags18S · 28S · Barcoding · CO1 · Cirripedia · Scalpellidae · Scotia Sea
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  • Low, M. E. Y. & Evenhuis, N. L. Dates of publication of the Zoology parts of the Report of the Scientific Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger During the Years 1873–76. Zootaxa 3701, 401-420 (2013).
    itemfields keyMGDWG6ZQ
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleDates of publication of the Zoology parts of the Report of the Scientific Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger During the Years 1873–76
    AuthorLow, Martyn E. Y.
    AuthorEvenhuis, Neal L.
    AbstractThe dates of publication and exact titles of the 83 parts of the Zoology of the Report of the Scientific Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger During the Years 1873–76 are presented. Exact dates of publication for 71 of these parts have been determined using notices of their publication in contemporary publications. The dates of publication of the two Narrative volumes of the voyage of the H.M.S. Challenger (which contain available indications of new names) are also determined.
    PublicationZootaxa
    Volume3701
    Issue4
    Pages401-420
    Dateaoût 2013
    DOI10.11646/zootaxa.3701.4.1
    URLhttp://biotaxa.org/Zootaxa/article/view/zootaxa.3701.4.1
    TagsBritain · H.M.S. Challenger · ICZN · collation · dating · expedition · voyage
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  • McAnena, A., et al. Atlantic cooling associated with a marine biotic crisis during the mid-Cretaceous period. Nature Geoscience 6, 558-561 (2013).
    itemfields keyA524YDIW
    Version377
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleAtlantic cooling associated with a marine biotic crisis during the mid-Cretaceous period
    AuthorMcAnena, A.
    AuthorFlögel, S.
    AuthorHofmann, P.
    AuthorHerrle, J. O.
    AuthorGriesand, A.
    AuthorPross, J.
    AuthorTalbot, H. M.
    AuthorRethemeyer, J.
    AuthorWallmann, K.
    AuthorWagner, T.
    PublicationNature Geoscience
    Volume6
    Issue7
    Pages558-561
    Date7/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1038/ngeo1850
    ISSN1752-0894, 1752-0908
    URLhttp://www.nature.com/articles/ngeo1850
    Accessed2018-09-20T08:47:13Z
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  • Neher, R. A. Genetic Draft, Selective Interference, and Population Genetics of Rapid Adaptation. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 44, 195-215 (2013).
    itemfields keyE5MNDPII
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleGenetic Draft, Selective Interference, and Population Genetics of Rapid Adaptation
    AuthorNeher, Richard A.
    AbstractTo learn about the past from a sample of genomic sequences, one needs to understand how evolutionary processes shape genetic diversity. Most population genetics inferences are based on frameworks assuming that adaptive evolution is rare. But if positive selection operates on many loci simultaneously, as has recently been suggested for many species, including animals such as flies, then a different approach is necessary. In this review, I discuss recent progress in characterizing and understanding evolution in rapidly adapting populations, in which random associations of mutations with genetic backgrounds of different fitness, i.e., genetic draft, dominate over genetic drift. As a result, neutral genetic diversity depends weakly on population size but strongly on the rate of adaptation or more generally the variance in fitness. Coalescent processes with multiple mergers, rather than Kingman's coalescent, are appropriate genealogical models for rapidly adapting populations, with important implications for p...
    PublicationAnnual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics
    Volume44
    Issue1
    Pages195-215
    Datenovembre 2013
    Languageen
    URLhttp://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-110512-135920?journalCode=ecolsys
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  • Nelson, W. A. New Zealand seaweeds: an illustrated guide. (Te Papa Press, 2013).
    itemfields key3RM8Y9MB
    Version1522
    TypeBook
    TitleNew Zealand seaweeds: an illustrated guide
    AuthorNelson, W. A.
    PlaceWellington, NZ
    PublisherTe Papa Press
    Date2013
    # of Pages328
    ISBN978-0-9876688-1-3
    Short TitleNew Zealand seaweeds
    URL
    Library CatalogLibrary of Congress ISBN
    Call NumberQK577.5 .N45 2013
    ExtraOCLC: ocn841897290
    TagsIdentification · Marine algae · New Zealand
    Date Added2019-06-04T09:44:57Z
    Modified2019-06-04T09:44:57Z


  • Nielsen, R., et al. Revision of the genus <i>Ulvella</i> (Ulvellaceae, Ulvophyceae) based on morphology and <i>tufA</i> gene sequences of species in culture, with <i>Acrochaete</i> and <i>Pringsheimiella</i> placed in synonymy. Phycologia 52, 37-56 (2013).
    itemfields keyE577CSZI
    Version806
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleRevision of the genus <i>Ulvella</i> (Ulvellaceae, Ulvophyceae) based on morphology and <i>tufA</i> gene sequences of species in culture, with <i>Acrochaete</i> and <i>Pringsheimiella</i> placed in synonymy
    AuthorNielsen, Ruth
    AuthorPetersen, Gitte
    AuthorSeberg, Ole
    AuthorDaugbjerg, Niels
    AuthorO'Kelly, Charles J.
    AuthorWysor, Brian
    PublicationPhycologia
    Volume52
    Issue1
    Pages37-56
    Date01/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.2216/11-067.1
    ISSN0031-8884
    URLhttp://www.phycologia.org/doi/abs/10.2216/11-067.1
    Accessed2019-01-27T04:32:33Z
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    Date Added2019-01-27T04:32:33Z
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  • O'Loughlin, M. P., Mackenzie, M. & VandenSpiegel, D. New sea cucumber species from the seamounts on the Southwest Indian Ocean Ridge (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea: Aspidochirotida, Elasipodida, Dendrochirotida). Memoirs of Museum Victoria 70, 37-50 (2013).
    itemfields keyD3PHBC5K
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleNew sea cucumber species from the seamounts on the Southwest Indian Ocean Ridge (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea: Aspidochirotida, Elasipodida, Dendrochirotida)
    AuthorO'Loughlin, Mark P.
    AuthorMackenzie, Mélanie
    AuthorVandenSpiegel, Didier
    AbstractMarine research program JC066 (JC067) in the southwest Indian Ocean on the RRS James Cook in November and December 2011 collected sea cucumbers with an ROV from the Atlantis Bank and Coral Seamount. Three new species are described: Amphigymnas staplesi O’Loughlin sp. nov.; Pannychia taylorae O’Loughlin sp. nov.; Psolus atlantis O’Loughlin sp. nov. Genera Amphigymnas Walsh and Pannychia Théel are reviewed. A lectotype for Pannychia moseleyi Théel is designated.
    PublicationMemoirs of Museum Victoria
    Volume70
    Pages37-50
    Date2013
    URL
    TagsAmphigymnas · Atlantis Bank · Coral Seamount · JC066 · Pannychia · Psolus · lectotype
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  • O’Loughlin, M. P., Stępień, A., Kuźniak, M. & Van Den Spiegel, D. A new genus and four new species of sea cucumbers (Echinodermata) from Admiralty Bay, King George Island. Polish Polar Research 34, 67-88 (2013).
    itemfields keyP8S9M8J9
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleA new genus and four new species of sea cucumbers (Echinodermata) from Admiralty Bay, King George Island
    AuthorO’Loughlin, Mark P.
    AuthorStępień, Anna
    AuthorKuźniak, Marek
    AuthorVan Den Spiegel, Didier
    AbstractFour new Antarctic holothuroid species are described for specimens from Admi− ralty Bay in King George Island. A new genus Dendrelasia O’Loughlin is erected for new cucumariid species Dendrelasia sicinski with dendrochirotid body form and elasipodid− type spinous rod ossicles. Cucumariid Staurocucumis krzysztofi has bowl ossicles predomi− nantly with marginal teeth. Provisionally−assigned thyonid Allothyone presleri has table os− sicles with spires comprising predominantly four pillars. Molpadiid Molpadia magdae has a prickly cover of irregular table ossicle spires and fusiform table discs in both body wall and tail. Staurocucumis liouvillei (Vaney) is a “species complex”.
    PublicationPolish Polar Research
    Volume34
    Issue1
    Pages67-88
    Datejanvier 2013
    DOI10.2478/popore-2013-0003
    URLhttp://www.degruyter.com/view/j/popore.2013.34.issue-1/popore-2013-0003/popore-2013-0003.xml
    TagsAntarctic · Cucumariidae · Holothuroidea · Molpadiidae · South Shetlands · Thyonidae
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  • Parapar, J., Moreira, J., Gambi, M. C. & Caramelo, C. Morphology and biology of Laetmonice producta producta Grube (Polychaeta: Aphroditidae) in the Bellingshausen Sea and Antarctic Peninsula (Southern Ocean, Antarctica). Italian Journal of Zoology 80, 255-272 (2013).
    itemfields keyZWKB8Q72
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleMorphology and biology of Laetmonice producta producta Grube (Polychaeta: Aphroditidae) in the Bellingshausen Sea and Antarctic Peninsula (Southern Ocean, Antarctica)
    AuthorParapar, J.
    AuthorMoreira, J.
    AuthorGambi, M. C.
    AuthorCaramelo, C.
    AbstractAbstract The present paper reports on some morphological and biological features of the scale-worm Laetmonice producta producta Grube, 1877 (Polychaeta: Aphroditidae) in the northwestern sector of Antarctica. A total of 114 specimens were collected during the 2003 and 2006 cruises of the BENTART project on the shelf and upper slope of the Antarctic Peninsula and the Bellingshausen Sea. Specimens were collected using an Agassiz trawl at 22 stations covering a depth ranging from 115 to 1431 m. Bathymetric distribution, abundance and sizes, diet, presence of endosymbionts and epibionts, and some observations related to parapodial structure and chaetal types are discussed in relation to taxonomy and environmental characteristics and compared to previous data. Abstract The present paper reports on some morphological and biological features of the scale-worm Laetmonice producta producta Grube, 1877 (Polychaeta: Aphroditidae) in the northwestern sector of Antarctica. A total of 114 specimens were collected during the 2003 and 2006 cruises of the BENTART project on the shelf and upper slope of the Antarctic Peninsula and the Bellingshausen Sea. Specimens were collected using an Agassiz trawl at 22 stations covering a depth ranging from 115 to 1431 m. Bathymetric distribution, abundance and sizes, diet, presence of endosymbionts and epibionts, and some observations related to parapodial structure and chaetal types are discussed in relation to taxonomy and environmental characteristics and compared to previous data.
    PublicationItalian Journal of Zoology
    Volume80
    Issue2
    Pages255-272
    Datejuin 2013
    DOI10.1080/11250003.2012.758783
    URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/11250003.2012.758783
    Date Added2017-05-05T09:50:24Z
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  • Jeffs, A. G., Gardner, C. & Cockcroft, A.Lobsters: Biology, Management, Aquaculture and Fisheries (Phillips, B. F.) 259-288 (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2013).at
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    TitleJasus and Sagmariasus Species
    EditorPhillips, Bruce F.
    AuthorJeffs, Andrew G.
    AuthorGardner, Caleb
    AuthorCockcroft, Andy
    Book TitleLobsters: Biology, Management, Aquaculture and Fisheries
    PlaceOxford, UK
    PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Ltd
    Date2013-07-26
    Pages259-288
    Languageen
    ISBN978-1-118-51744-4 978-0-470-67113-9
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/9781118517444.ch9
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  • Riaux-Gobin, C., et al. Environmental conditions, particle flux and sympagic microalgal succession in spring before the sea-ice break-up in Adélie Land, East Antarctica. Polar Research 32, 19675 (2013).
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    Version1654
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleEnvironmental conditions, particle flux and sympagic microalgal succession in spring before the sea-ice break-up in Adélie Land, East Antarctica
    AuthorRiaux-Gobin, Catherine
    AuthorDieckmann, Gerhard S.
    AuthorPoulin, Michel
    AuthorNeveux, Jacques
    AuthorLabrune, Céline
    AuthorVétion, Gilles
    PublicationPolar Research
    Volume32
    Issue1
    Pages19675
    Date01/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.3402/polar.v32i0.19675
    ISSN1751-8369
    URLhttps://polarresearch.net/index.php/polar/article/view/3097
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  • Richard, Y., et al. Temperature changes in the mid- and high- latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere: TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. International Journal of Climatology 33, 1948-1963 (2013).
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    TitleTemperature changes in the mid- and high- latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere: TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
    AuthorRichard, Y.
    AuthorRouault, M.
    AuthorPohl, B.
    AuthorCrétat, J.
    AuthorDuclot, I.
    AuthorTaboulot, S.
    AuthorReason, C. J. C.
    AuthorMacron, C.
    AuthorBuiron, D.
    PublicationInternational Journal of Climatology
    Volume33
    Issue8
    Pages1948-1963
    Date2013-06-30
    Languageen
    DOI10.1002/joc.3563
    ISSN08998418
    Short TitleTemperature changes in the mid- and high- latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/joc.3563
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  • Russell, M. P.Advances in Marine Biology 66, 171-212 (Elsevier, 2013).
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    TitleEchinoderm Responses to Variation in Salinity
    AuthorRussell, Michael P.
    Book TitleAdvances in Marine Biology
    Volume66
    PublisherElsevier
    Date2013
    Pages171-212
    Languageen
    ISBN978-0-12-408096-6
    URLhttp://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/B9780124080966000031
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  • Sabine, C. L., et al. Surface Ocean CO&lt;sub&gt;2&lt;/sub&gt; Atlas (SOCAT) gridded data products. Earth System Science Data 5, 145-153 (2013).
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    Version1749
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    TitleSurface Ocean CO&lt;sub&gt;2&lt;/sub&gt; Atlas (SOCAT) gridded data products
    AuthorSabine, C. L.
    AuthorHankin, S.
    AuthorKoyuk, H.
    AuthorBakker, D. C. E.
    AuthorPfeil, B.
    AuthorOlsen, A.
    AuthorMetzl, N.
    AuthorKozyr, A.
    AuthorFassbender, A.
    AuthorManke, A.
    AuthorMalczyk, J.
    AuthorAkl, J.
    AuthorAlin, S. R.
    AuthorBellerby, R. G. J.
    AuthorBorges, A.
    AuthorBoutin, J.
    AuthorBrown, P. J.
    AuthorCai, W.-J.
    AuthorChavez, F. P.
    AuthorChen, A.
    AuthorCosca, C.
    AuthorFeely, R. A.
    AuthorGonzález-Dávila, M.
    AuthorGoyet, C.
    AuthorHardman-Mountford, N.
    AuthorHeinze, C.
    AuthorHoppema, M.
    AuthorHunt, C. W.
    AuthorHydes, D.
    AuthorIshii, M.
    AuthorJohannessen, T.
    AuthorKey, R. M.
    AuthorKörtzinger, A.
    AuthorLandschützer, P.
    AuthorLauvset, S. K.
    AuthorLefèvre, N.
    AuthorLenton, A.
    AuthorLourantou, A.
    AuthorMerlivat, L.
    AuthorMidorikawa, T.
    AuthorMintrop, L.
    AuthorMiyazaki, C.
    AuthorMurata, A.
    AuthorNakadate, A.
    AuthorNakano, Y.
    AuthorNakaoka, S.
    AuthorNojiri, Y.
    AuthorOmar, A. M.
    AuthorPadin, X. A.
    AuthorPark, G.-H.
    AuthorPaterson, K.
    AuthorPerez, F. F.
    AuthorPierrot, D.
    AuthorPoisson, A.
    AuthorRíos, A. F.
    AuthorSalisbury, J.
    AuthorSantana-Casiano, J. M.
    AuthorSarma, V. V. S. S.
    AuthorSchlitzer, R.
    AuthorSchneider, B.
    AuthorSchuster, U.
    AuthorSieger, R.
    AuthorSkjelvan, I.
    AuthorSteinhoff, T.
    AuthorSuzuki, T.
    AuthorTakahashi, T.
    AuthorTedesco, K.
    AuthorTelszewski, M.
    AuthorThomas, H.
    AuthorTilbrook, B.
    AuthorVandemark, D.
    AuthorVeness, T.
    AuthorWatson, A. J.
    AuthorWeiss, R.
    AuthorWong, C. S.
    AuthorYoshikawa-Inoue, H.
    PublicationEarth System Science Data
    Volume5
    Issue1
    Pages145-153
    Date2013-04-04
    Languageen
    DOI10.5194/essd-5-145-2013
    ISSN1866-3516
    URLhttps://www.earth-syst-sci-data.net/5/145/2013/
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  • Campos, L. S., et al.Adaptation and Evolution in Marine Environments, Volume 2 (Verde, C. & di Prisco, G.) 177-203 (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013).at
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    TypeBook Section
    TitleAnthropogenic Impacts on Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic Islands and the Adjacent Marine Environments
    EditorVerde, Cinzia
    Editordi Prisco, Guido
    AuthorCampos, Lúcia S.
    AuthorMontone, Rosalinda C.
    AuthorMoura, Rafael B.
    AuthorYoneshigue-Valentin, Yocie
    AuthorKawall, Helena G.
    AuthorConvey, Peter
    Book TitleAdaptation and Evolution in Marine Environments, Volume 2
    PlaceBerlin, Heidelberg
    PublisherSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
    Date2013
    Pages177-203
    ISBN978-3-642-27348-3 978-3-642-27349-0
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-642-27349-0_10
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  • Waters, J. M., Fraser, C. I. & Hewitt, G. M. Founder takes all: density-dependent processes structure biodiversity. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28, 78-85 (2013).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleFounder takes all: density-dependent processes structure biodiversity
    AuthorWaters, Jonathan M.
    AuthorFraser, Ceridwen I.
    AuthorHewitt, Godfrey M.
    PublicationTrends in Ecology & Evolution
    Volume28
    Issue2
    Pages78-85
    Date2/2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1016/j.tree.2012.08.024
    ISSN01695347
    Short TitleFounder takes all
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0169534712002194
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  • Weiss, A. Integrative taxonomy of Antarctic and Subantarctic sea spiders (Pycnogonida) using morphological and molecular methods. (2013).at
    itemfields key2HEU825B
    Version47
    TypeThesis
    TitleIntegrative taxonomy of Antarctic and Subantarctic sea spiders (Pycnogonida) using morphological and molecular methods
    AuthorWeiss, Andrea
    AbstractPycnogonids or sea spiders are exclusively marine arthropods found all over the ocean, from the poles to the tropics, and from littoral zones to abyssal depths. Many pycnogonid studies focus on the Antarctic area, since there they appear with remarkable species richness. The present study aims to extend the spectrum to hitherto relatively unexplored Subantarctic regions with special focus on the Chilean coast and inner fjords. Altogether 40 species from 9 of the 11 pycnogonid families are represented, namely: Ammotheidae, Colossendeidae, Callipallenidae, Nymphonidae, Pallenopsidae, Phoxichilidiidae, Pycnogonidae, Rhynchothoracidae and Austrodecidae. Specimens were studied in detail with light and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). To depict complete and updated sets of the species’ diagnostic features two pictorial catalogues (one Antarctic and one Chilean/Subantarctic) are illustrated and compared to results from previous literature. Furthermore data on the species’ geographic distribution are updated and summarized. Further aim of the present thesis was the molecular analyses of the mitochondrial proteincoding gene COI (cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1) from 76 Chilean/Subantarctic pycnogonids and to combine the results in an integrative taxonomic approach with the morphological results. In the phylogenetic consensus tree10 distinct, well-supported branches are displayed. Beneath the calculation of intra- and interspecific distances, a statistical parsimony network as well as a GMYC analysis were used to check for species boundaries. Special focus lies hereby on the 16 specimens of Achelia assimilis (Haswell, 1885), that represented four distinct subbranches corresponding to the different geographic regions. Since the morphological differences among the specimens lie well within the variation described in the literature for this cosmopolitan species, the four branches of A. assimilis might rather represent geographically limited subspecies as a result of drastic glaciation during the Cenozoic. Another interesting candidate for applying integrative taxonomy displays Pallenopsis patagonica (Hoek, 1881) one of the taxonomically most problematic and variable pycnogonid species from the southern South American coast and Subantarctic/Antarctic area. Besides detailed morphological studies including also important type material used by Hoek (1881), a phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial COI sequences of 47 Pallenopsis specimens was conducted. Two major clades could be identified, namely the “Falkland” clade, to which the nominal P. patagonica is assigned, and the “Chilean” clade, which is described here as a new species P. yepayekae Weis nov. spec., in Weis et al. accepted. In addition further clades of the Pallenopsis complex give a hint of even more putative cryptic species.
    Date2013
    # of Pages1
    URLhttp://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/16477/1/Weis_Andrea.pdf
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  • Wray, G. A. Genomics and the Evolution of Phenotypic Traits. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 44, 51-72 (2013).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleGenomics and the Evolution of Phenotypic Traits
    AuthorWray, Gregory A.
    AbstractEvolutionary genetics has entered an unprecedented era of discovery, catalyzed in large part by the development of technologies that provide information about genome sequence and function. An important benefit is the ability to move beyond a handful of model organisms in lab settings to identify the genetic basis for evolutionarily interesting traits in many organisms in natural settings. Other benefits are the abilities to identify causal mutations and validate their phenotypic consequences more readily and in many more species. Genomic technologies have reinvigorated interest in some of the most fundamental and persistent questions in evolutionary genetics, revealed previously unsuspected evolutionary phenomena, and opened the door to a wide range of new questions.
    PublicationAnnual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics
    Volume44
    Issue1
    Pages51-72
    Datenovembre 2013
    Languageen
    DOI10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-110512-135828
    URLhttp://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-110512-135828
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  • Wynne, M. J. The red algal families Delesseriaceae and Sarcomeniaceae. (Koeltz Scientific Books, 2013).
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    Version2219
    TypeBook
    TitleThe red algal families Delesseriaceae and Sarcomeniaceae
    AuthorWynne, Michael James
    PlaceKönigstein, Germany
    PublisherKoeltz Scientific Books
    Date2013
    # of Pages326
    ISBN978-3-87429-443-0
    URL
    Library CatalogLibrary of Congress ISBN
    Call NumberQK569.R4 W96 2013
    ExtraOCLC: ocn872577517
    TagsBotany Algology Systematic divisions Red algae Rhodophyta Rhodophyceae Early 21st century · Classification · Delesseriaceae · Identification · Marine algae · Red algae · Sarcomeniaceae
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  • Allcock, A. L. & Strugnell, J. M. Southern Ocean diversity: new paradigms from molecular ecology. Trends in ecology & evolution 27, 520-528 (2012).
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    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleSouthern Ocean diversity: new paradigms from molecular ecology.
    AuthorAllcock, A. Louise
    AuthorStrugnell, Jan M.
    AbstractSouthern Ocean biodiversity reflects past climate, oceanographic, and tectonic changes. Molecular data from contemporary populations carry signatures of these processes. Here, we review new molecular studies on Southern Ocean benthic fauna. Many of these studies focus on species with extensive geographic or bathymetric distributions, and resolve taxonomic questions. Reviewing all available data, we show that, in addition to reflecting life-history characteristics, the molecular signals found in these studies provide an insight into how species survived the last glacial maximum (LGM). We identify molecular signatures that are characteristic of surviving glacial cycles in small refugia on the continental shelf and distinguish them from molecular signatures that are indicative of surviving glacial cycles in the deep sea.
    PublicationTrends in ecology & evolution
    Volume27
    Issue9
    Pages520-528
    Dateseptembre 2012
    DOI10.1016/j.tree.2012.05.009
    URLhttp://ac.els-cdn.com/S0169534712001243/1-s2.0-S0169534712001243-main.pdf?_tid=f2209a12-9d5e-11e3-91de-00000aab0f27&acdnat=1393251866_bc6e63bb8b8329ff36603ba08b299def
    TagsAnimals · Antarctic Regions · Biodiversity · Demography · Demography: statistics & numerical data · Ecology · Ecology: trends · Ecosystem · Genetic Variation · Geography · Geography: statistics & numerical data · Ice Cover · Molecular Biology · Molecular Biology: methods · Molecular Biology: trends · Oceans and Seas · Species Specificity · environment
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  • Australian Antarctic Division, British, Australian, New Zealand Antarctic Research Expeditions 1929-31 (BANZARE). (2012).at
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    TitleBritish, Australian, New Zealand Antarctic Research Expeditions 1929-31 (BANZARE)
    AuthorAustralian Antarctic Division
    Date2012
    URLhttp://www.antarctica.gov.au/about-antarctica/history/exploration-and-expeditions/british,-australian,-new-zealand-antarctic-research-expeditions-1929-31
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  • Baird, H. P., Miller, K. J. & Stark, J. S. Genetic population structure in the Antarctic benthos: insights from the widespread amphipod, Orchomenella franklini. PloS one 7, e34363-e34363 (2012).
    itemfields keyDHC3IT45
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleGenetic population structure in the Antarctic benthos: insights from the widespread amphipod, Orchomenella franklini.
    AuthorBaird, Helena Phoenix
    AuthorMiller, Karen Joy
    AuthorStark, Jonathan Sean
    AbstractCurrently there is very limited understanding of genetic population structure in the Antarctic benthos. We conducted one of the first studies of microsatellite variation in an Antarctic benthic invertebrate, using the ubiquitous amphipod Orchomenella franklini (Walker, 1903). Seven microsatellite loci were used to assess genetic structure on three spatial scales: sites (100 s of metres), locations (1-10 kilometres) and regions (1000 s of kilometres) sampled in East Antarctica at Casey and Davis stations. Considerable genetic diversity was revealed, which varied between the two regions and also between polluted and unpolluted sites. Genetic differentiation among all populations was highly significant (F(ST) = 0.086, R(ST) = 0.139, p<0.001) consistent with the brooding mode of development in O. franklini. Hierarchical AMOVA revealed that the majority of the genetic subdivision occurred across the largest geographical scale, with N(e)m≈1 suggesting insufficient gene flow to prevent independent evolution of the two regions, i.e., Casey and Davis are effectively isolated. Isolation by distance was detected at smaller scales and indicates that gene flow in O. franklini occurs primarily through stepping-stone dispersal. Three of the microsatellite loci showed signs of selection, providing evidence that localised adaptation may occur within the Antarctic benthos. These results provide insights into processes of speciation in Antarctic brooders, and will help inform the design of spatial management initiatives recently endorsed for the Antarctic benthos.
    PublicationPloS one
    Volume7
    Issue3
    Pagese34363-e34363
    Datejanvier 2012
    DOI10.1371/journal.pone.0034363
    URLhttp://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=3313966&tool=pmcentrez&rendertype=abstract
    TagsAmphipoda · Amphipoda: genetics · Animals · Antarctic Regions · Genetic Speciation · Genetic Variation · Genetics · Microsatellite Repeats · Population
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  • Baker, E. K. & Harris, P. T.Seafloor Geomorphology as Benthic Habitat 23-38 (Elsevier, 2012).at
    itemfields keySGYV6RFJ
    Version1804
    TypeBook Section
    TitleHabitat Mapping and Marine Management
    AuthorBaker, Elaine K.
    AuthorHarris, Peter T.
    Book TitleSeafloor Geomorphology as Benthic Habitat
    PublisherElsevier
    Date2012
    Pages23-38
    Languageen
    ISBN978-0-12-385140-6
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/B9780123851406000025
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  • Bolton, J., Anderson, R., Smit, A. & Rothman, M. South African kelp moving eastwards: the discovery of <i>Ecklonia maxima</i> (Osbeck) Papenfuss at De Hoop Nature Reserve on the south coast of South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 34, 147-151 (2012).
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    Version798
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleSouth African kelp moving eastwards: the discovery of <i>Ecklonia maxima</i> (Osbeck) Papenfuss at De Hoop Nature Reserve on the south coast of South Africa
    AuthorBolton, Jj
    AuthorAnderson, Rj
    AuthorSmit, Aj
    AuthorRothman, Md
    PublicationAfrican Journal of Marine Science
    Volume34
    Issue1
    Pages147-151
    Date03/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.2989/1814232X.2012.675125
    ISSN1814-232X, 1814-2338
    Short TitleSouth African kelp moving eastwards
    URLhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.2989/1814232X.2012.675125
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  • Briggs, J. C. & Bowen, B. W. A realignment of marine biogeographic provinces with particular reference to fish distributions: Marine biogeographic provinces. Journal of Biogeography 39, 12-30 (2012).
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    Version1303
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleA realignment of marine biogeographic provinces with particular reference to fish distributions: Marine biogeographic provinces
    AuthorBriggs, John C.
    AuthorBowen, Brian W.
    PublicationJournal of Biogeography
    Volume39
    Issue1
    Pages12-30
    Date01/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02613.x
    ISSN03050270
    Short TitleA realignment of marine biogeographic provinces with particular reference to fish distributions
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02613.x
    Accessed2019-03-04T15:14:58Z
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  • Buchanan, J. & Zuccarello, G. C. Decoupling of short- and long-distance dispersal pathways in the endemic New Zealand seaweed Carpophyllum maschalocarpum (Phaeophyceae, Fucales). Journal of Phycology 48, 518-529 (2012).
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    Version1465
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleDecoupling of short- and long-distance dispersal pathways in the endemic New Zealand seaweed Carpophyllum maschalocarpum (Phaeophyceae, Fucales)
    AuthorBuchanan, Joe
    AuthorZuccarello, Giuseppe C.
    PublicationJournal of Phycology
    Volume48
    Issue3
    Pages518-529
    Date06/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1111/j.1529-8817.2012.01167.x
    ISSN00223646
    Short TitleDECOUPLING OF SHORT- AND LONG-DISTANCE DISPERSAL PATHWAYS IN THE ENDEMIC NEW ZEALAND SEAWEED CARPOPHYLLUM MASCHALOCARPUM (PHAEOPHYCEAE, FUCALES)1
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1529-8817.2012.01167.x
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  • Collin, A., Long, B. & Archambault, P.Seafloor Geomorphology as Benthic Habitat 201-211 (Elsevier, 2012).at
    itemfields key7FX6P8D9
    Version1808
    TypeBook Section
    TitleCoastal Kelp Forest Habitat in the Baie des Chaleurs, Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada
    AuthorCollin, Antoine
    AuthorLong, Bernard
    AuthorArchambault, Philippe
    Book TitleSeafloor Geomorphology as Benthic Habitat
    PublisherElsevier
    Date2012
    Pages201-211
    Languageen
    ISBN978-0-12-385140-6
    URLhttps://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/B9780123851406000104
    Accessed2019-09-24T13:31:59Z
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    ExtraDOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-385140-6.00010-4
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  • Convey, P., et al.Antarctic Ecosystems: An Extreme Environment in a Changing World (Rogers, A. D.Johnston, N. M.Murphy, E. J. & Clarke, A.) 469-491 (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2012).at
    itemfields key6AW5SZFS
    Version47
    TypeBook Section
    TitleBiogeography and Regional Classifications of Antarctica
    AuthorConvey, Peter
    AuthorBarnes, David K.A.
    AuthorGriffiths, Huw J.
    AuthorGrant, S.M.
    AuthorLinse, Katrin
    AuthorThomas, D.N.
    EditorRogers, Alex D.
    EditorJohnston, Nadine M.
    EditorMurphy, Eugene J.
    EditorClarke, Andrew
    Book TitleAntarctic Ecosystems: An Extreme Environment in a Changing World
    PlaceChichester, UK
    PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Ltd
    Datefévrier 2012
    Pages469-491
    ISBN978-1-4443-4724-1
    URLhttp://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/9781444347241
    ExtraDOI: 10.1002/9781444347241
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  • Danis, B., Jangoux, M. & Wilmes, J. Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata, Asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expedition. ZooKeys 185, 73-8 (2012).
    itemfields keyWDFZV36G
    Version47
    TypeJournal Article
    TitleAntarctic Starfish (Echinodermata, Asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expedition.
    AuthorDanis, Bruno
    AuthorJangoux, Michel
    AuthorWilmes, Jennifer
    AbstractThis dataset includes information on sea stars collected during the ANDEEP3 expedition, which took place in 2005. The expedition focused on deep-sea stations in the Powell Basin and Weddell Sea.Sea stars were collected using an Agassiz trawl (3m, mesh-size 500µm), deployed in 16 stations during the ANTXXII/3 (ANDEEP3, PS72) expedition of the RV Polarstern. Sampling depth ranged from 1047 to 4931m. Trawling distance ranged from 731 to 3841m. The sampling area ranges from -41°S to -71°S (latitude) and from 0 to -65°W (longitude). A complete list of stations is available from the PANGAEA data system (http://www.pangaea.de/PHP/CruiseReports.php?b=Polarstern), including a cruise report (http://epic-reports.awi.de/3694/1/PE_72.pdf).The dataset includes 50 records, with individual counts ranging from 1-10, reaching a total of 132 specimens.The andeep3-Asteroidea is a unique dataset as it covers an under-explored region of the Southern Ocean, and that very little information was available regarding Antarctic deep-sea starfish. Before this study, most of the information available focused on starfish from shallower depths than 1000m. This dataset allowed to make unique observations, such as the fact that some species were only present at very high depths (Hymenaster crucifer, Hymenaster pellucidus, Hymenaster praecoquis, Psilaster charcoti, Freyella attenuata, Freyastera tuberculata, Styrachaster chuni and Vemaster sudatlanticus were all found below -3770m), while others displayed remarkable eurybathy, with very high depths amplitudes (Bathybiaster loripes (4842m), Lysasterias adeliae (4832m), Lophaster stellans (4752m), Cheiraster planeta (4708m), Eremicaster crassus (4626m), Lophaster gaini (4560m) and Ctenodiscus australis (4489m)).Even if the number of records is relatively small, the data bring many new insights on the taxonomic, bathymetric and geographic distributions of Southern starfish, covering a very large sampling zone. The dataset also brings to light six species, newly reported in the Southern Ocean.The quality of the data was controlled very thoroughly, by means of on-board Polarstern GPS systems, checking of identification by a renowned specialist (Prof. Michel Jangoux, Université Libre de Bruxelles), and matching to the Register of Antarctic Marine Species (RAMS) and World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS). The data is therefore fit for completing checklists, for inclusion in biodiversity patterns analysis, or niche modeling. It also nicely fills an information gap regarding deep-sea starfish from the Southern Ocean, for which data is very scarce at this time. The authors may be contacted if any additional information is needed before carrying out detailed biodiversity or biogeographic studies.
    PublicationZooKeys
    Volume185
    Issue185
    Pages73-8
    Datejanvier 2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.3897/zookeys.185.3078
    URLhttp://www.pensoft.net/journals/zookeys/article/3078/abstract/antarctic-starfish-echinodermata-asteroidea-from-the-andeep3-expedition
    Date Added2017-05-05T09:50:24Z
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  • Detrich, H. W. I. I. I., Buckley, B. A., Doolittle, D. F., Jones, C. D. & Lockhart, S. J. Sub-Antarctic and high Antarctic notothenioid fishes: Ecology and adaptational biology revealed by the ICEFISH 2004 cruise of RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer. Oceanography 25, 184-187 (2012).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleSub-Antarctic and high Antarctic notothenioid fishes: Ecology and adaptational biology revealed by the ICEFISH 2004 cruise of RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer.
    AuthorDetrich, H.W. III
    AuthorBuckley, B.A.
    AuthorDoolittle, D.F.
    AuthorJones, C.D.
    AuthorLockhart, Susanne J.
    PublicationOceanography
    Volume25
    Issue3
    Pages184-187
    Date2012
    DOI10.5670/oceanog.2012.93
    URLhttp://www.tos.org/oceanography/archive/25-3_detrich.pdf
    Date Added2017-05-05T09:50:24Z
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  • Díaz, A., et al. Restricted geographic distribution and low genetic diversity of the brooding sea urchin Abatus agassizii (Spatangoidea: Schizasteridae) in the South Shetland Islands: A bridgehead population before the spread to the northern Antarctic Peninsula? Revista chilena de historia natural 85, 457-468 (2012).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleRestricted geographic distribution and low genetic diversity of the brooding sea urchin Abatus agassizii (Spatangoidea: Schizasteridae) in the South Shetland Islands: A bridgehead population before the spread to the northern Antarctic Peninsula?
    AuthorDíaz, Angie
    AuthorGonzáLez-Wevar, Claudio Alejandro
    AuthorMaturana, Claudia S
    AuthorPalma, Alvaro T
    AuthorPoulin, Elie
    AuthorGerard, Karin
    PublicationRevista chilena de historia natural
    Volume85
    Issue4
    Pages457-468
    Date12/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.4067/S0716-078X2012000400008
    ISSN0716-078X
    Short TitleRestricted geographic distribution and low genetic diversity of the brooding sea urchin Abatus agassizii (Spatangoidea
    URLhttp://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0716-078X2012000400008&lng=en&nrm=iso&tlng=en
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  • Ericson, J. A., et al. Combined effects of two ocean change stressors, warming and acidification, on fertilization and early development of the Antarctic echinoid Sterechinus neumayeri. Polar Biology 35, 1027-1034 (2012).
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    TypeJournal Article
    TitleCombined effects of two ocean change stressors, warming and acidification, on fertilization and early development of the Antarctic echinoid Sterechinus neumayeri
    AuthorEricson, J. A.
    AuthorHo, M. A.
    AuthorMiskelly, A.
    AuthorKing, C. K.
    AuthorVirtue, P.
    AuthorTilbrook, B.
    AuthorByrne, M.
    PublicationPolar Biology
    Volume35
    Issue7
    Pages1027-1034
    Date7/2012
    Languageen
    DOI10.1007/s00300-011-1150-7
    ISSN0722-4060, 1432-2056
    URLhttp://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00300-011-1150-7
    Accessed2018-10-01T18:25:44Z
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