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Aki Tsuruta, Tuula Aalto, Leif Backman, Janne Hakkarainen, Ingrid T. van der Laan-Luijkx, Maarten C. Krol, Renato Spahni, Sander Houweling, Marko Laine, Ed Dlugokencky, Angel J. Gomez-Pelaez, Marcel van der Schoot, Ray Langenfelds, Raymond Ellul, Jgor Arduini, Francesco Apadula, Christoph Gerbig, Dietrich G. Feist, Rigel Kivi, Yukio Yoshida, Wouter Peters 2017 Geoscientific Model Development 416 Journal 10 1261-1289 details   doi
Akinori Takahashi, Jean-Baptiste Thiebot, Yuuki Watanabe, Thierry Raclot, Yan Ropert-Coudert 2017 6th international bio-logging science symposium, konstanz, germany, 25-29/09/2017 1091 Poster details   openurl
2017 Global and Planetary Change 688 Journal 148 9-21 details   doi
A healthy, premoult adult king penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) with a markedly twisted beak 2017 Polar Record 394 Journal 53 631-632 details   doi
From Antarctica to the subtropics: Contrasted geographical concentrations of selenium, mercury, and persistent organic pollutants in skua chicks (Catharacta spp.) 2017 Environmental Pollution 109 Journal 228 464-473 details   doi
From Antarctica to the subtropics: Contrasted geographical concentrations of selenium, mercury, and persistent organic pollutants in skua chicks (Catharacta spp.) 2017 Environmental Pollution 109 Journal 228 464-473 details   doi
Lagrangian analysis of multi-satellite data in support of open ocean Marine Protected Area design 2017 Deep sea research part ii: topical studies in oceanography 394 Journal 140 212-221 details   doi
Which Specialized Metabolites Does the Native Subantarctic Gastropod Notodiscus hookeri Extract from the Consumption of the Lichens Usnea taylorii and Pseudocyphellaria crocata? 2017 Molecules 136 Journal 22 425 details   doi
Surface studies of water isotopes in Antarctica for quantitative interpretation of deep ice core data 2017 Comptes Rendus Geoscience 1028,1110 Journal 349 139-150 details   file doi
Benefits from living together? Clades whose species use similar habitats may persist as a result of eco-evolutionary feedbacks 2017 New Phytologist 1116 Journal 213 66-82 details   doi
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