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Jacqueline Stefels, Maria A. van Leeuwe, et al., 2018. Impact of sea-ice melt on dimethyl sulfide (sulfoniopropionate) inventories in surface waters of Marguerite Bay, West Antarctic Peninsula. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 376 (2122), 20170169

Maria A. van Leeuwe, Letizia Tedesco, et al., 2018. Microalgal community structure and primary production in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice: A synthesis. Elem Sci Anth 6 (2018)

Cliff S. Law, Emilie Brévière, et al., 2013. Evolving research directions in Surface Ocean - Lower Atmosphere (SOLAS) science. Environmental Chemistry 10 (1), 1

M. Vogt, C. O&apos;Brien, et al., 2012. Global marine plankton functional type biomass distributions: <i>Phaeocystis</i> spp. Earth System Science Data 4 (1), 107-120

T. G. Bell, G. Malin, et al., 2012. Global oceanic DMS data inter-comparability. Biogeochemistry 110 (1-3), 147-161

K. Leblanc, J. Arístegui, et al., 2012. A global diatom database – abundance, biovolume and biomass in the world ocean. Earth System Science Data Discussions 5 (1), 147-185

Paul B. Shepson, Parisa A. Ariya, et al., 2012. Changing polar environments: Interdisciplinary challenges. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 93 (11), 117-118

S. Elliott, C. Deal, et al., 2012. Pan-Arctic simulation of coupled nutrient-sulfur cycling due to sea ice biology: Preliminary results. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 117 (G1)

Jacqueline Stefels, Gauthier Carnat, et al., 2012. The analysis of dimethylsulfide and dimethylsulfoniopropionate in sea ice: Dry-crushing and melting using stable isotope additions. Marine Chemistry 128-129 (2012-01), 34-43

Ika A. Neven, Jacqueline Stefels, et al., 2011. High plasticity in inorganic carbon uptake by Southern Ocean phytoplankton in response to ambient CO2. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 58 (25-26), 2636-2646

M.A. van Leeuwe, L.A. Villerius, et al., 2006. An optimized method for automated analysis of algal pigments by HPLC. Marine Chemistry 102 (3-4), 267-275


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