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Roleda, M. , Campana, G. , Wiencke, C. , Hanelt, D. , Quartino, M. L. and Wulff, A. (2009)
Sensitivity of Antarctic Urospora penicilliformis (Ulotrichales, Chlorophyta) to ultraviolet radiation is life stage dependent ,
Journal of Phycology, 45 , pp. 600-609 .
doi:10.1111/j.1529-8817.2009.00691.x , hdl:10013/epic.32785
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Zacher, K. and Campana, G. (2008)
UV radiation and grazing effects on an intertidal and subtidal algal assemblage: a comparative study ,
in: Wiencke, C., Ferreyra, G., Abele, D., Marenssi, S. (eds): The Potter Cove coastal ecosystem, Antarctica. Synopsis of research performed 1999-2006 at the Dallmann Laboratory and Jubany Station, King George Island (Isla 25 de Mayo). Berichte zur Polar-, pp. 287-294 .
hdl:10013/epic.28749

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Wulff, A. , Roleda, M. , Zacher, K. , Wiencke, C. , Hanelt, D. , Campana, G. and Quartino, L. (2006)
Impact of ultraviolet radiation and grazers on benthic primary producers in Antarctica ,
Polarforskningssekretariatet : årsbok 2005 = Swedish Polar Research Secretariat : yearbook 2005 / [Sofia Rickberg], pp. 65-68 .
hdl:10013/epic.25467

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Zacher, K. , Wulff, A. , Hanelt, D. , Wiencke, C. , Campana, G. and Quartino, M. (2004)
Impact of UV radiation on the succession of benthic primary producers in Antarctica ,
SCAR Open Science Conference, Antarctica and the Southern Ocean in the Global System, 25-31 Jul. 2004, Bremen, Germany. .
hdl:10013/epic.23259

Conference -Poster
Zacher, K. , Wulff, A. , Hanelt, D. , Wiencke, C. , Campana, G. and Quartino, M. (2004)
Impact of UV radiation on the succession of benthic primary producers in Antarctica ,
EASIZ Final Symp., Sept./Oct. 2004, Korcula, Croatia. .
hdl:10013/epic.23260

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