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Human Activities

Human disturbance to Antarctic wildlife

3 Apr 2014 Stress responses to human activities in Antarctic mammals and birds are discussed and available research and existing guidelines highlighted. ...
Terrestrial

Important Bird Areas in Antarctica

26 May 2016 204 Important Bird Areas have been established in Antarctica using internationally agreed selection criteria. ...
Inland Aquatic Environments

Inland aquatic biodiversity in Antarctica

21 Aug 2019 How well do we understand the biodiversity of inland aquatic systems? ...
Terrestrial

Pathways for the Introduction of Terrestrial Non-Native species

27 Nov 2018 What do we know about the pathways for introduction of non-native species to Antarctica due to human activity?...
Human Activities

Persistent Organic Pollutants in Antarctica

19 Aug 2019 This Information Summary looks at available data on and the implications of POPs in Antarctica and highlights key future research questions. ...
Atmosphere

Predicting Antarctic Climate Using Climate Models

16 May 2016 How do climate models work? How are they used and what are the challenges in simulating future Antarctic climate?...
Marine

Ross Seal

18 Apr 2016 The Ross seal is one of four marine carnivores that breed in sea-ice habitats around Antarctica. We review what is known about their distribution and abundance....
Marine

Sampling the Southern Ocean: technology for observing the marine system

21 Jun 2018
Marine

Sources, dispersal and impacts of wastewater in Antarctica

28 Sep 2016 Advanced treatment methodologies represent the best possible solution to mitigate the environmental risks associated with discharges in Antarctica. ...
Terrestrial

Specially protected and managed areas in Antarctica

3 Apr 2014
Terrestrial

Status of known non-native species introductions and impacts

21 Aug 2015
Terrestrial

The introduction of non-native species to Antarctica

3 Apr 2014 Antarctica’s biodiversity and its intrinsic values are at risk from the introduction of non-native species, largely due to human activity....