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  1. Fibers spreading worldwide: Microplastics and other anthropogenic litter in an Arctic freshwater lake
  2. Ecotoxicity assessment of microcystins from freshwater samples using a bioluminescent cyanobacterial bioassay
  3. Correction to: Comparative vegetation survey with focus on cryptogamic covers in the high Arctic along two differing catenas
  4. Weather Observations of Remote Polar Areas Using an AWS Onboard a Unique Zero-Emissions Polar Vehicle
  5. Degradation of widespread cyanotoxins with high impact in drinking water (microcystins, cylindrospermopsin, anatoxin-a and saxitoxin) by CWPO
  6. Comparative vegetation survey with focus on cryptogamic covers in the high Arctic along two differing catenas
  7. Unmasking the identity of toxigenic cyanobacteria driving a multi-toxin bloom by high-throughput sequencing of cyanotoxins genes and 16S rRNA metabarcoding
  8. Bacterioplankton Community Composition Along Environmental Gradients in Lakes From Byers Peninsula (Maritime Antarctica) as Determined by Next-Generation Sequencing
  9. Carbon Pathways Through the Food Web of a Microbial Mat From Byers Peninsula, Antarctica
  10. Global study of organic matter decomposition in streams and riparian zones
  11. Spatial-temporal survey of Microcystis oligopeptide chemotypes in reservoirs with dissimilar waterbody features and their relation to genetic variation
  12. Seasonal dynamics of microcystin-degrading bacteria and toxic cyanobacterial blooms: Interaction and influence of abiotic factors
  13. Pole-to-Pole Connections: Similarities between Arctic and Antarctic Microbiomes and Their Vulnerability to Environmental Change
  14. Diversity and temporal shifts of the bacterial community associated with a toxic cyanobacterial bloom: An interplay between microcystin producers and degraders
  15. Temperature Influences the Production and Transport of Saxitoxin and the Expression of sxt Genes in the Cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon gracile
  16. Critical Assessment of Analytical Techniques in the Search for Biomarkers on Mars: A Mummified Microbial Mat from Antarctica as a Best-Case Scenario
  17. Toxicity at the Edge of Life: A Review on Cyanobacterial Toxins from Extreme Environments
  18. Toxic cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins in European waters – recent progress achieved through the CYANOCOST Action and challenges for further research
  19. Plankton assembly in an ultra-oligotrophic Antarctic lake over the summer transition from the ice-cover to ice-free period: A size spectra approach
  20. Presence or Absence of mlr Genes and Nutrient Concentrations Co-Determine the Microcystin Biodegradation Efficiency of a Natural Bacterial Community
  21. Trophic interactions in microbial mats on Byers Peninsula, maritime Antarctica
  22. Selectivity and detrimental effects of epiphytic Pseudanabaena on Microcystis colonies
  23. Metagenomic analysis of lacustrine viral diversity along a latitudinal transect of the Antarctic Peninsula
  24. Ecosystem function decays by fungal outbreaks in Antarctic microbial mats
  25. Aerobiology Over Antarctica – A New Initiative for Atmospheric Ecology
  26. Carbon dynamics modelization and biological community sensitivity to temperature in an oligotrophic freshwater Antarctic lake
  27. Introduction to the special issue on the Life in Antarctica: Boundaries and Gradients in a Changing Environment (XIth SCAR Biology Symposium)
  28. Ecology and biogeochemistry of cyanobacteria in soils, permafrost, aquatic and cryptic polar habitats
  29. Global expansion of toxic and non-toxic cyanobacteria: effect on ecosystem functioning
  30. Microstructure and cyanobacterial composition of microbial mats from the High Arctic
  31. Total mercury and methyl-mercury contents and accumulation in polar microbial mats
  32. CYANOCHIP: An Antibody Microarray for High-Taxonomical-Resolution Cyanobacterial Monitoring
  33. Estimation of cyanobacteria biovolume in water reservoirs by MERIS sensor
  34. Characterization of saxitoxin production and release and phylogeny of sxt genes in paralytic shellfish poisoning toxin-producing Aphanizomenon gracile
  35. Oligopeptides as Biomarkers of Cyanobacterial Subpopulations. Toward an Understanding of Their Biological Role
  36. Diversity of toxin and non-toxin containing cyanobacterial mats of meltwater ponds on the Antarctic Peninsula: a pyrosequencing approach
  37. Seasonal dynamics and sedimentation patterns of Microcystis oligopeptide‐based chemotypes reveal subpopulations with different ecological traits
  38. The spatial structure of Antarctic biodiversity
  39. Phylogeography of Cylindrospermopsin and Paralytic Shellfish Toxin-Producing Nostocales Cyanobacteria from Mediterranean Europe (Spain)
  40. Community structure and photosynthetic activity of benthic biofilms from a waterfall in the maritime Antarctica
  41. Overwintering populations of Anabaena, Aphanizomenon and Microcystis as potential inocula for summer blooms
  42. Limited Stability of Microcystins in Oligopeptide Compositions of Microcystis aeruginosa (Cyanobacteria): Implications in the Definition of Chemotypes
  43. Sedimentation Patterns of Toxin-Producing Microcystis Morphospecies in Freshwater Reservoirs
  44. Potassium deficiency triggers the development of dormant cells (akinetes) in Aphanizomenon ovalisporum (Nostocales, Cyanoprokaryota)1
  45. Effects of harmful cyanobacteria on the freshwater pathogenic free-living amoeba Acanthamoeba castellanii
  46. Heterogeneous vertical structure of the bacterioplankton community in a non-stratified Antarctic lake
  47. Distribution and reproductive capacity of Deschampsia antarctica and Colobanthus quitensis on Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
  48. Multidisciplinary research on Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island: a future benchmark for change in Maritime Antarctica
  49. Ecological relationships and stoichiometry within a Maritime Antarctic watershed
  50. Distribution and ecology of chironomids (Diptera, Chironomidae) on Byers Peninsula, Maritime Antarctica
  51. Stability and endemicity of benthic diatom assemblages from different substrates in a maritime stream on Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, Antarctica: the role of climate variability
  52. A review of scientific research trends within ASPA No. 126 Byers Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
  53. Interannual active layer variability at the Limnopolar Lake CALM site on Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, Antarctica
  54. Structure of planktonic microbial communities along a trophic gradient in lakes of Byers Peninsula, South Shetland Islands
  55. Environmental management of a scientific field camp in Maritime Antarctica: reconciling research impacts with conservation goals in remote ice-free areas
  56. Phylogeographic analysis of filterable bacteria with special reference toRhizobialesstrains that occur in cryospheric habitats
  57. Rapid denudation processes in cryptogamic communities from Maritime Antarctica subjected to human trampling
  58. Vertical structure of bi-layered microbial mats from Byers Peninsula, Maritime Antarctica
  59. Regional weather survey on Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
  60. Long-term studies: lessons from Byers Peninsula
  61. Plant communities as a key factor in biogeochemical processes involving micronutrients (Fe, Mn, Co, and Cu) in Antarctic soils (Byers Peninsula, maritime Antarctica)
  62. First TaqMan Assay to Identify and Quantify the Cylindrospermopsin-Producing Cyanobacterium <i>Aphanizomenon ovalisporum</i> in Water
  63. Minimum population size estimates demonstrate an increase in southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) on Livingston Island, maritime Antarctica
  64. Trampling on maritime Antarctica: can soil ecosystems be effectively protected through existing codes of conduct?
  65. Global Change Effects on Antarctic Freshwater Ecosystems: The Case of Maritime Antarctic Lakes
  66. Cyanobacterial heterocyst glycolipids in cultures and environmental samples: Diversity and biomarker potential
  67. Maritime antarctic lakes as sentinels of climate change
  68. Temperature-Dependent Dispersal Strategies of Aphanizomenon ovalisporum (Nostocales, Cyanobacteria): Implications for the Annual Life Cycle
  69. Multi-scale strategies for the monitoring of freshwater cyanobacteria: Reducing the sources of uncertainty
  70. Temperature-related changes in polar cyanobacterial mat diversity and toxin production
  71. Cyanobacteria in High Latitude Lakes, Rivers and Seas
  72. Cyanobacteria in the Cryosphere: Snow, Ice and Extreme Cold
  73. Invasion of Nostocales (cyanobacteria) to Subtropical and Temperate Freshwater Lakes – Physiological, Regional, and Global Driving Forces
  74. Cylindrospermopsin production and release by the potentially invasive cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon ovalisporum under temperature and light gradients
  75. First detection of cyanobacterial PSP (paralytic shellfish poisoning) toxins in Spanish freshwaters
  76. Long-term ecosystem networks to record change: an international imperative
  77. Importance of natural sedimentation in the fate of microcystins
  78. Temperature effects on carbon and nitrogen metabolism in some Maritime Antarctic freshwater phototrophic communities
  79. Revision of the genus Hantzschia (Bacillariophyceae) on Livingston Island (South Shetland Islands, Southern Atlantic Ocean)
  80. Interannual meteorological variability and its effects on a lake from maritime Antarctica
  81. Natural Photodegradation of the Cyanobacterial Toxins Microcystin and Cylindrospermopsin
  83. High Diversity of the Viral Community from an Antarctic Lake
  85. Byers Peninsula: A reference site for coastal, terrestrial and limnetic ecosystem studies in maritime Antarctica
  86. Advances in solid phase extraction of the cyanobacterial toxin cylindrospermopsin
  87. Genetic and morphologic characterization of four putative cylindrospermopsin producing species of the cyanobacterial genera Anabaena and Aphanizomenon
  88. Soil trampling in an Antarctic Specially Protected Area: tools to assess levels of human impact
  89. Benthic primary production in polar lakes and rivers
  90. Polar Lakes and Rivers
  91. Cylindrospermopsin is not degraded by co-occurring natural bacterial communities during a 40-day study
  92. Anatoxin‐a occurrence and potential cyanobacterial anatoxin‐a producers in Spanish reservoirs1
  93. Ciliate biogeography in Antarctic and Arctic freshwater ecosystems: endemism or global distribution of species?
  94. Community structure and physiological characterization of microbial mats in Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island (South Shetland Islands, Antarctica)
  95. Inland Water Quality Assessment - A Joint European Masters Programme
  96. Limnological characteristics of the freshwater ecosystems of Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, in maritime Antarctica
  97. Cyanobacterial abundance and microcystin occurrence in Mediterranean water reservoirs in Central Spain: microcystins in the Madrid area
  98. Incorporation of Different N Sources and Light Response Curves of Nitrogenase and Photosynthesis by Cyanobacterial Blooms from Rice Fields
  99. Toxicity ofAphanizomenon ovalisporum(Cyanobacteria) in a Spanish water reservoir
  100. Phylogenetic and morphological analyses of Microcystis strains (Cyanophyta/Cyanobacteria) from a Spanish water reservoir
  101. Development of cyanobacterial blooms in Valencian rice fields
  102. The genus Microcystis (Microcystaceae/Cyanobacteria) from a Spanish reservoir: A contribution to the definition of morphological variations
  103. Epiphytic Cyanobacteria on Chara vulgaris Are the Main Contributors to N2 Fixation in Rice Fields
  104. Noninvasive Pigment Identification in Single Cells from Living Phototrophic Biofilms by Confocal Imaging Spectrofluorometry
  105. Measurement of coupled nitrification-denitrification in paddy fields affected by Terrazole, a nitrification inhibitor
  106. Microstructural Characterization of Cyanobacterial Mats from the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica
  107. Assessment of slow release fertilizers and nitrification inhibitors in flooded rice
  108. N2-Fixation in Cyanobacterial Mats from Ponds on the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Antarctica
  109. Community and pigment structure of Arctic cyanobacterial assemblages: the occurrence and distribution of UV-absorbing compounds
  110. Acclimation of Cyanobacterial Communities in Rice Fields and Response of Nitrogenase Activity to Light Regime
  111. Strategies of adaptation by Antarctic cyanobacteria to ultraviolet radiation
  112. Environmental Factors Controlling N2 Fixation in Mediterranean Rice Fields
  113. Short- and long-term effects of ammonium on photodependent nitrogen fixation in wetland rice fields of Spain
  114. Relationship between abundance of N2-fixing cyanobacteria and environmental features of Spanish rice fields
  116. Seasonal variation of chemical properties of rice field soils from Valencia, Spain
  117. Ultraviolet radiation effects on cyanobacteria: Implications for Antarctic microbial ecosystems
  118. Adaptation of cyanobacteria to the light regime within Antarctic microbial mats
  119. Nitrogen Fixation in Spanish Ricefields
  120. New incubation device forin situ measurement of acetylene-reducing activity in ricefields
  121. Sodium Requirement for Photosynthesis and Nitrate Assimilation in a Mutant of Nostoc muscorum
  122. Landscape Control of High Latitude Lakes in a Changing Climate