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Anthropogenic impacts on sub-Antarctic and Antarctic islands and the adjacent marine environments
Campos, L.S.; Montone, R.C.; Moura, R.B.; Yoneshigue-Valentin, Y.; Kawall, H.G.; Convey, P. (2013). Anthropogenic impacts on sub-Antarctic and Antarctic islands and the adjacent marine environments, in: Verde, C. et al. (Ed.) Adaptation and Evolution in Marine Environments, Volume 2. The Impacts of Global Change on Biodiversity. From Pole to Pole, : pp. 177-203. hdl.handle.net/10.1007/978-3-642-27349-0_10
In: Verde, C.; di Prisco, G. (Ed.) (2013). Adaptation and Evolution in Marine Environments, Volume 2. The Impacts of Global Change on Biodiversity. From Pole to Pole. Springer: Berlin. ISBN 978-3-642-27349-0. xxviii, 239 pp.. hdl.handle.net/10.1007/978-3-642-27349-0, more
In: From Pole to Pole. Springer: Heidelberg; Berlin. ISSN 2193-7338, more
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    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Campos, L.S.
  • Montone, R.C.
  • Moura, R.B.
  • Yoneshigue-Valentin, Y.
  • Kawall, H.G.
  • Convey, P.

Abstract
    The impacts of human activities are more apparent at present in the sub-Antarctic than in the Antarctic. The sub-Antarctic islands, despite their physical isolation in the Southern Ocean, are generally more accessible, have less challenging climates, and a longer history of human presence than the more southern latitudes of the Peninsula and continent.

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