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The papers and books listed below have been selected from Current Antarctic Literature, nos. 201 (April 1989) through 212 (March 1990). They represent the contribution to antarctic research published by U.S. authors over the period 1 April 1989 through 31 March 1990.

Current Antarctic Literature is prepared by the Library of Congress, Cold Regions Bibliography Project. Criteria for selection are as follows:

  1. Any paper whose first author is listed as being affiliated with a U.S. institution is included.

  2. Any book or conference proceedings is included if published in the United States and written or edited by a U.S. scientist. In addition, individual papers in such a book are listed separately if they meet the other criteria presented here.

  3. A paper by a scientist affiliated with a non-U.S. institution not in a SCAR nation is included if substantial U.S. field support or data were provided.

  4. A paper by a scientist in a SCAR nation other than the United States is not listed, even if the author received substantial U.S. support.

  5. Papers appearing in the National Science Foundation's Antarctic Journal of the United States are not listed.



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United States Antarctic Research: Report No. 32 to the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) 1 April 1989 - 31 March 1990 Bibliography The papers and books listed below have been selected from Current Antarctic Literature, nos. 201 (April 1989) through 212 (March 1990). They represent the contribution to antarctic research published by U.S. authors over the period 1 April 1989 through 31 March 1990. Current Antarctic Literature is prepared by the Library of Congress, Cold Regions Bibliography Project. Criteria for selection are as follows: Any paper whose first author is listed as being affiliated with a U.S. institution is included. Any book or conference proceedings is included if published in the United States and written or edited by a U.S. scientist. In addition, individual papers in such a book are listed separately if they meet the other criteria presented here. A paper by a scientist affiliated with a non-U.S. institution not in a SCAR nation is included if substantial U.S. field support or data were provided. A paper by a scientist in a SCAR nation other than the United States is not listed, even if the author received substantial U.S. support. Papers appearing in the National Science Foundation's Antarctic Journal of the United States are not listed.

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United States Antarctic Research: Report No. 32 to the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) 1 April 1989 - 31 March 1990 Bernhard, J.M. DISTRIBUTION OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA WITH RESPECT TO OXYGEN CONCENTRATION AND ORGANIC CARBON LEVELS IN SHALLOW-WATER ANTARCTIC SEDIMENTS. Limnology and oceanography, Sep. 1989 34(6), pp. 1131-1141, 32 refs. Bosch, I. CONTRASTING MODES OF REPRODUCTION IN TWO ANTARCTIC ASTEROIDS OF THE GENUS PORANIA, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF UNUSUAL FEEDING AND NON-FEEDING LARVAL TYPES. Biological bulletin, Aug. 1989 177(1), pp. 77-82, 31 refs. Bowser, S.S., DeLaca, T.E., Rieder, C.L. NOVEL EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX AND MICROTUBULE CABLES ASSOCIATED WITH PSEUDOPODIA OF ASTRAMMINA RARA, A CARNIVOROUS ANTARCTIC FORAMINIFER. Journal of ultrastructure and molecular structure research, Feb. 1986 94(2), pp. 149-160, 41 refs. Brightman, R.I., Smith, W.C., Jr. PHOTOSYNTHESIS-IRRADIANCE RELATIONSHIPS OF ANTARCTIC PHYTOPLANKTON DURING THE AUSTRAL WINTER. Marine ecology progress series, Apr. 1989 53(2), pp. 143-151, 41 refs. Brownell, R.L., Heyning, J.E., Perrin, W.F. PORPOISE, AUSTRALOPHOCAENA DIOPTRICA, PREVIOUSLY IDENTIFIED AS PHOCOENA SPINIPINNIS, FROM HEARD ISLAND. Marine mammal science, Apr. 1989 5(2), pp. 193-195, 12 refs. Chappell, M.A., Morgan, K.R., Souza, S.L., Bucher, T.L. CONVECTION AND THERMOREGULATION IN TWO ANTARCTIC SEABIRDS. Journal of comparative physiology B, 1989 159(3), pp. 313-322, 28 refs. Colwell, R.R., MacDonnel, M.T., Swartz, D. IDENTIFICATION OF AN ANTARCTIC ENDOLITHIC MICROORGANISM BY 5S RRNA SEQUENCE ANALYSIS. Systematic and applied microbiology, Nov. 1988 11(1), pp. 182-186, 20 refs. Costa, D.P., Croxall, J.P., Duck, C.D. FORAGING ENERGETICS OF ANTARCTIC FUR SEALS IN RELATION TO CHANGES IN PREY AVAILABILITY. Ecology, June 1989 70(3), pp. 596-606, 37 refs. Costa, D.P., Trillmich, F., Croxall, J.P. INTRASPECIFIC ALLOMETRY OF NEONATAL SIZE IN THE ANTARCTIC FUR SEAL. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology, 1988 22(5), pp. 361-364, 22 refs. Dayton, P.K. INTERDECADAL VARIATION IN AN ANTARCTIC SPONGE AND ITS PREDATORS FROM OCEANOGRAPHIC CLIMATE SHIFTS. Science, Sep. 30, 1989 245(4925), pp. 1484-1486, 30 refs. Drabek, C.M. HEART AND VENTRICLE WEIGHTS OF ANTARCTIC PENGUINS. Canadian journal of zoology, Oct. 1989 67(10), pp. 2602-2604, 20 refs. Feeney, R.E. INHIBITION AND PROMOTION OF FREEZING: FISH ANTIFREEZE PROTEINS AND ICE-NUCLEATING PROTEINS. Comments on agricultural and food chemistry, 1988 1(3), pp. 147-181, 99 refs. Foster, M.W. BRACHIOPODS FROM THE EXTREME SOUTH PACIFIC AND ADJACENT WATERS. Journal of paleontology, May 1989 63(3), pp. 268-301, Refs. pp. 299-301 Fraser, W.R., Pitman, R.L., Ainley, D.G. SEABIRD AND FUR SEAL RESPONSES TO VERTICALLY MIGRATING WINTER KRILL SWARMS IN ANTARCTICA. Polar biology, Oct. 1989 10(1), pp. 37-41, 24 refs. Frey, D.G. ALONA WEINECKI STUDER ON THE SUBANTARCTIC ISLANDS, NOT ALONA RECTANGULA SARS (CHYDORIDAE, CLADOCERA). Limnology and oceanography, Nov. 1988 33(6, Pt. 1), pp. 1386-1411, 33 refs. Friedmans, E.I., Hua, M.S., Ocampo-Friedmann, R. CRYPTOENDOLITHIC LICHEN AND CYANO-BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES OF THE ROSS DESERT, ANTARCTICA. Polarforschung, 1988 58(2/3), pp. 251-259, 22 refs. Fryxell, G.A. MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON AT THE WEDDELL SEA ICE EDGE: SEASONAL CHANGES AT THE SPECIFIC LEVEL. Polar biology, Oct. 1989 10(1), pp. 1-18, Refs. pp. 17-18 Fryxell, G.A., Prasad, A.K.S.K., Fryxell, P.A. EUCAMPIA ANTARCTICA (CASTRACANE) MANGIN (BACILLARIOPHYTA): COMPLEX NOMENCLATURAL AND TAXONOMIC HISTORY. Taxon, Nov. 1989 38(4), pp. 638-640, 21 refs. Garrison, D.L., Buck, K.R. BIOTA OF ANTARCTIC PACK ICE IN THE WEDDELL SEA AND ANTARCTIC PENINSULA REGIONS. Polar biology, Dec. 1989 10(3), pp. 211-219, Refs. pp. 218-219 Garrison, D.L., Buck, K.R. PROTOZOOPLANKTON IN THE WEDDELL SEA, ANTARCTICA. Polar biology, June 1989 9(6), pp. 341-351, Refs. pp. 350-351

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