Publikation:The Impact of Human Activities on Soil Organisms of the Maritime Antarctic and the Introduction of Non-Native Species in Antarctica
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The Impact of Human Activities on Soil Organisms of the Maritime Antarctic and the Introduction of Non-Native Species in Antarctica


The present study aimed at determining the influence of human activities on Antarctic soil-organisms communities as well as the potential introduction of non-native species into Antarctic habitats. In the Antarctic summers of the years 2009/2010 and 2010/2011, soil organisms (plants and the soil fauna of the groups Nematoda, Tardigrada, Collembola, Actinedida, Oribatida and Gamasina) were collected from anthropogenically influenced and non-influenced areas of the total of 13 localities and compared

Series
Texte | 22/2013
Number of pages
12
Year of publication
Author(s)
Dr. David J. Russell, Dr. Karin Hohberg, Dr. Volker Otte, Dr. Axel Christian, Dr. Mikhail Potapov, Prof. Dr. Alexander Brückner, Dr. Sandra J. McInnes
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Englisch
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3709 85 157
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Umweltbundesamt
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