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Noad, M. J., Cato, D. H. and Paton, D. (2005). Absolute and relative abundance estimates of Australian east cost humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). In: Proceedings of ULSAN 2005. The 57th Annual Meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC), Lotte Hotel, Ulsan, Republic of Korea, (1-9). 20-24 June, 2005. 327  
Bergstrom, D. M., Whinam, J. and Belbin, L. (2002) A classification of subantarctic Heard Island vegetation. Arctic Antarctic And Alpine Research, 34 2: 169-177. doi:10.2307/1552468 81   9 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Franklin, C. E., Davison, W. and Seebacher, F. (2007) Antarctic fish can compensate for rising temperatures: Thermal acclimation of cardiac performance in Pagothenia borchgrevinki. Journal of Experimental Biology, 210 17: 3068-3074. doi:10.1242/jeb.003137 152   49 Cited 49 times in Scopus49 0
Baird, R. J. (2007) Arrests in a cold climate - A tale of hot pursuit and other adventures on the southern ocean. Antarctic and Southern Ocean Law and Policy Occassional Papers, 11 Special Edition: 1-37. 104  
Bergstrom, D. and Selkirk, P. M. (1999). Bryophyte propagule banks in feldmarks on subantarctic Macquarie Island. In: AEL report: Plant Response to climate change: Integration of ITEX discoveries. 9th ITEX meeting, Marriott Hotel, East Lansing, MI, (28-28). January 5 - 7, 1999. 44  
Franklin, C. (2007). Cardiovascular regulation during heating and cooling in reptiles. In: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology. Proceedings of: Abstracts of the Annual Main Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology. Annual Main Meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology, Glasgow, Scotland, (S166-S166). 31 March - 4 April 2007. doi:10.1016/j.cbpa.2007.01.346 122   0 0
Baird, R. J. (2005) CCAMLR Initiatives to counter flag state non-enforcement in southern ocean fisheries. Victoria University, 36 4: 733-755. 107  
Wasley, J., Robinson, S. A., Lovelock, C. E. and Popp, M. (2006) Climate change manipulations show Antarctic flora is more strongly affected by elevated nutrients than water. Global Change Biology, 12 9: 1800-1812. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2006.01209.x 145   31 Cited 33 times in Scopus33 0
Chown, S. L. and Klok, C. J. (2001) Habitat use, diet and body size of Heard Island weevils. Polar Biology, 24 9: 706-712. doi:10.1007/s003000100281 29   12 Cited 12 times in Scopus12 0
Tweedie, C. and Bergstrom, D. (1999). How will plants and ecosystems alter with climate change in high southern latitudes? ITEX on subantarctic Macquarie Island. In: R. D. Hollister, Plant Response to climate change: Integration of ITEX discoveries. 9th ITEX Meeting, Marriott Hotel, East Lansing, MI, (69-73). January 5 - 7, 1999. 38  
Bergstrom, D., Tweedie, C. and Shaw, J. D. (1999). How will plants at the polar front respond to climate change?. In: Plant Response to climate change: Integration of ITEX discoveries. 9th ITEX Meeting, Marriott Hotel, East Lansing, MI, (29-29). January 5 - 7, 1999. 45  
Robinson, S. A., Turnbull, J. D. and Lovelock, C. E. (2005) Impact of changes in natural ultraviolet radiation on pigment composition, physiological and morphological characteristics of the Antarctic moss, Grimmia antarctici. Global Change Biology, 11 3: 476-489. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2005.00911.x 91   35 Cited 41 times in Scopus41 0
Bergstrom, D. M. and Chown, S. L. (1999) Life at the front: history, ecology and change on southern ocean islands. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 14 12: 472-477. doi:10.1016/S0169-5347(99)01688-2 182   120 Cited 142 times in Scopus142 0
Campbell, H. A., Fraser, K. P. P., Peck, L. S., Bishop, C. M. and Egginton, S. (2007) Life in the fast lane: The free-ranging activity, heart rate and metabolism of an Antarctic fish tracked in temperate waters. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 349 1: 142-151. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.05.009 59   6 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Franklin, C. E., Wilson, R. S. and Davison, W. (2003) Locomotion at-1.0 degrees C: burst swimming performance of five species of Antarctic fish. Journal of Thermal Biology, 28 1: 59-65. doi:10.1016/S0306-4565(02)00037-2 174   11 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Sigg, Dominique P. and Goldizen, Anne W. (2006) Male reproductive tactics and female choice in the solitary, promiscuous bridled nailtail wallaby (Onychogalea fraenata). Journal of Mammalogy, 87 3: 461-469. doi:10.1644/05-MAMM-A-298R1.1 75   5 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Bergstrom, D. and Pedersen, T. (1999). Role of invertebrates in nutrient cycling on subantarctic Macquarie Island. In: R. D. Hollister, Plant Response to climate change: Integration of ITEX discoveries. 9th ITEX Meeting, Marriott Hotel, East Lansing, MI, (57-57). January 5 - 7, 1999. 97  
Erskine, P. D., Bergstrom, D., Schmidt, S., Stewart, G., Tweedie, C. and Shaw, J. D. (1999). Royal fertilizer at the polar front. In: Plant Response to climate change: Integration of ITEX discoveries. 9th ITEX Meeting, Marriott Hotel, East Lansing, MI, (35-35). January 5 - 7, 1999. 41  
Misiak, W., Bergstrom, D. and Shaw, J. D. (1999). Soil seed banks on subantarctic Macquarie Island. In: Plant Response to climate change: Integration on ITEX discoveries. 9th ITEX Meeting, Marriott Hotel, East Lansing, MI, (53-53). January 5 - 7, 1999. 64  
Wasley, J., Robinson, S. A., Lovelock, C. E. and Popp, M. (2006) Some like it wet - biological characteristics underpinning tolerance of extreme water stress events in Antarctic bryophytes. Functional Plant Biology, 33 5: 443-455. doi:10.1071/FP05306 89   30 Cited 34 times in Scopus34 0
Wilson, R. S., Franklin, C. E., Davison, W. and Kraft, P. (2001) Stenotherms at sub-zero temperatures: thermal dependence of swimming performance in Antarctic fish. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-biochemical Systemic And Environmental Physiology, 171 4: 263-269. doi:10.1007/s003600000172 124   26 Cited 27 times in Scopus27 0
Davison, W. and Franklin, C. E. (2002) The Antarctic nemertean Parborlasia corrugatus: an example of an extreme oxyconformer. Polar Biology, 25 3: 238-240. doi:10.1007/s00300-001-0341-z 109   3 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Bergstrom, D. and Tweedie, C. (1999). Time series analysis of 50 years of surface air temperatures records from subantarctic Macquarie Island: A baseline study for predicting changes to terrestrial ecosystem structure and function. In: R. D. Hollister, Plant Response to climate change: Integration of ITEX discoveries. 9th ITEX Meeting, Marriott Hotel, East Lansing, MI, (68-68). January 5 - 7, 1999. 41  
Wilson, R. S., Kuchel, L. J., Franklin, C. E. and Davison, W. (2002) Turning up the heat on subzero fish: thermal dependence of sustained swimming in an Antarctic notothenioid. Journal of Thermal Biology, 27 5: 381-386. doi:10.1016/S0306-4565(02)00006-2 74   19 Cited 21 times in Scopus21 0