Polar Biology publishes Original Papers, Reviews, and Short Notes and is the focal point for biologists working in polar regions. It is also of interest to scientists working in biology in general, ecology and physiology, as well as in oceanography and climatology related to polar life. Polar Biology presents results of studies in plants, animals, and micro-organisms of marine, limnic and terrestrial habitats in polar and subpolar regions of both hemispheres.
- Taxonomy/ Biogeography
- Life History
- Spatio-temporal Patterns in Abundance and Diversity
- Ecological Interactions
- Trophic Ecology
- Ecophysiology/ Biochemistry of Adaptation
- Biogeochemical Pathways and Cycles
- Ecological Models
- Human Impact/ Climate Change/ Conservation
The Antarctic mite, Alaskozetes antarcticus, shares bacterial microbiome community membership but not abundance between adults and tritonymphs
Physiological response to irradiance, temperature and co-cultivation in Antarctic engineering brown algae (Desmarestia menziesii and D. anceps)
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