Publications 2009


Dorrepaal, E. and others (2009). Carbon respiration from subsurface peat accelerated by climate warming in the subarctic. Nature 460, 616-619.

Flores, H. (2009). Frozen desert alive. The role of sea ice for pelagic macrofauna and its predators: implications for the Antarctic pack-ice food web. Thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.

Haas, H.R. de (2009). NV. Nederlandsche Spitsbergen Compagnie. The forgotten history of a Dutch coalmining company in the High Arctic, in: Natural Resource (Orgaan van Mijnbouwkundige Vereniging en Technische Aardwetenschappen TU Delft) jaargang 12, nr 1.

Roura R.M. (2009 in press). “Cultural heritage tourism in Antarctica and Svalbard: Patterns, impacts, and policies.” In: Michael Hall and Jarkko Saarinen (eds.): Tourism and change in the Polar Regions: Climate, environment and experiences. Routledge.

Roura R.M.(2009 in press). “Turismo Polar” [Polar tourism] In: Del Acebo Enrique and Schlüter, Regina G.: Diccionario de Turismo y Sociedad [Dictionary of Tourism and Society]. Buenos Aires: Editorial Claridad.

Roura R.M. (2009). Cultural heritage, tourism narratives, and tourism impacts: A case study of the airship mooring mast at Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. Téoros 28:1, 29-38. May 2009. p. 29-38.

Van de Poll, W.H., P.J. Janknegt, M.A. van Leeuwe, R.J.W. Visser, and A.G.J. Buma, (2009). Excessive irradiance and antioxidant responses of an Antarctic marine diatom exposed to iron limitation and to dynamic irradiance. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B:Biology 94: 32-37.


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