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Title: Latitudinal Ecosystem (LAT-ECO) Responses to Climate Across Victoria Land, Antarctica
Contributors: Berkman, Paul Arthur; Tipton-Everett, Lynn R.
Keywords: Victoria Land, Antarctica
Issue Date: 2001-04
Publisher: Byrd Polar Research Center, The Ohio State University
Citation: Berkman, P.A. and L.R. Tipton-Everett, editors. 2001. Latitudinal Ecosystem (LAT-ECO) Responses to Climate Across Victoria Land, Antarctica. Report of a National Science Foundation Workshop. Byrd Polar Research Center Report No. 20, Byrd Polar Research Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 152 pages.
Series/Report no.: Byrd Polar Research Center Report. No. 20
Abstract: This report is derived from the interdisciplinary discussion regarding the Victoria Land, Antarctica, Coastal Biome: Marine-Terrestrial Biocomplexity Across a High-Latitude Environmental Gradient, that was convened through a National Science Foundation workshop from 26-29 April 2001 at the Byrd Polar Research Center. The principal goal of this workshop was to establish common research themes among diverse Earth system scientists with a view toward: 1. providing the scientific and logistic framework for a coordinated interdisciplinary research initiative along the north-south trending Victoria Land coastal region of Antarctica; and 2. investigating marine-terrestrial biocomplexity along the latitudinal environmental gradient of Victoria Land, Antarctica, as a global barometer of climate change.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/48017
ISSN: 0896-2472
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