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    • Remote sensing characterisation of the forest-tundra ecotone 

      guo, wenkai (2019-10-26)
      The transition zone between the boreal forest and Arctic tundra, the Forest-tundra ecotone (FTE), is an area of high ecological and climatological significance. Satellite remote sensing has the potential to enable accurate ...
    • The tectonic evolution of Antarctica 

      Hamer, Richard Daniel (1977-05-01)
      Five tectonic provinces; three volcanic provinces (each characteristic of a particular set of tectonic conditions) and a Precambrian shield, are outlined and described, in an attempt to illustrate the tectonic evolution ...
    • Quantifying supraglacial debris thickness at local to regional scales 

      McCarthy, Michael James (2019-07-19)
      Supraglacial debris thickness is a key control on the surface energy balance of debris-covered glaciers, which are common in temperate mountain ranges around the world. As such, it is an important input variable to the ...
    • Planning for a changing environment: administration and management of South Georgia 

      Davis, Pam (1992-07-31)
      The administration and management of South Georgia's fauna developed through the regulation of the sealing and whaling industries of the late 19th and 20th centuries. These regulations began as economic measures to benefit ...