Environmental information for a marine ecosystem research approach for the northern Antarctic Peninsula (RV Polarstern expedition PS81, ANT-XXIX/3)


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During the austral summer expedition PS81, ANT-XXIX/3 with the German research ice breaker Polarstern in 2013, research was carried out to investigate the role of environmental factors on the distribution of benthic communities and marine mammal and krill densities around the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. For these studies collated in this special issue and studies in this area, we present a collection of environmental parameters with probable influence on the marine ecosystems around the Antarctic Peninsula.



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DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1861-2

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Dorschel, B. , Gutt, J. , Huhn, O. , Bracher, A. , Huntemann, M. , Huneke, W. , Gebhardt, C. , Schröder, M. and Herr, H. (2016): Environmental information for a marine ecosystem research approach for the northern Antarctic Peninsula (RV Polarstern expedition PS81, ANT-XXIX/3) , Polar Biology, 39 (5), pp. 765-787 . doi: 10.1007/s00300-015-1861-2


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