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Admiraal, M., Lucquin, A., Von Tersch, M., Jordan, P., & Craig, O. (2018). Investigating the function of prehistoric stone bowls and griddle stones in the Aleutian Islands by lipid residue analysis. Quaternary Research, 1-13. doi:10.1017/qua.2018.31

Brink, N.W. van den, I.B.R. Scheiber, M.E. de Jong, A. Braun, A. Arini, N. Basu, H. van den Berg, J. Komdeur, M.J.J.E. Loonen (2018). Mercury associated neurochemical response in Arctic barnacle goslings (Branta leucopsis), Science of The Total Environment, Volume 624, P. 1052-1058, ISSN 0048-9697.

Desjardins, S.P.A. (2018). Neo-Inuit strategies for ensuring food security during the Little Ice Age climate change episode, Foxe Basin, Arctic Canada. Quaternary International. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2017.12.026

Hayashi, K., Tanabe, Y., Ono, K., Loonen, M.J.J.E., Asano, M., Fujitani, H., ... Hayatsu, M. (2018). Seabird-affected taluses are denitrification hotspots and potential N2O emitters in the High Arctic. Scientific Reports , 8, [17261].

Isaksson, S., Gibbs, K., & Jordan, P. (2018). Prehistoric Nomads of the Baltic Sea: Culture Cuisine and Collective Identities . In Ceramics in Circumpolar Prehistory : Technology, Lifeways and Cuisine Cambridge University Press.

Kim, H., Ducklow, H. W., Abele, D., Bartlett, E. R., Buma, A., Meredith, M., ... Schloss, I. R. (2018). Interdecadal variability of phytoplankton biomass along the coastal West Antarctic Peninsula. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A: Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences, 376(2122).

Kulk, G., Buist, A., van de Poll, W. H., Rozema, P. D., & Buma, A. G. J. (2018). Size scaling of photophysiology and growth in four freshly isolated diatom species from Ryder Bay, western Antarctic peninsula. Journal of Phycology.

Kulk, G., van de Poll, W., & Buma, A. (2018). Photophysiology of nitrate limited phytoplankton communities in Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen. Limnology and Oceanography, 63(6), 2606-2617.

Lucquin, A., H.K. Robson, Y. Eley, S. Shoda, D. Veltcheva, K. Gibbs, C.P. Heron, S. Isaksson, Y. Nishida, Y. Taniguchi, S. Nakajima, K.Kobayashi, P. Jordan, S. Kaner, and O.E. Craig (2018). The impact of environmental change on the use of early pottery by East Asian hunter-gatherers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America , 115(31), 7931-7936.

Moe, B., Hanssen, S.A., Gabrielsen, G.W., & Loonen, M.J.J.E. (2018). Fugleovervåkning ved etablering av nytt geodesianlegg ved Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard: Årsrapport for 2017 . (NINArapport; No. 1465). Trondheim: Norsk institutt for naturforskning.

Poll, W. van der, Kulk, G., Rozema, P., Brussaard, CPD., Visser, R., & Buma, A. (2018). Contrasting glacial meltwater effects on post-bloom phytoplankton on temporal and spatial scales in Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, 60(1).

Roura R., Steenhuisen, F., & Bastmeijer, K. (2018). The shore is the limit: marine spatial protection in Antarctica under Annex V of the Environmental Protocol to the Antarctic Treaty. Polar Journal , 8(2), 289-314.

Scheiber, I.B.R., Weiß, B.M., de Jong, M.E., Braun, A., van den Brink, N.W., Loonen, M.J.J.E. and Komdeur J, (2018). Stress behaviour and physiology of developing Arctic barnacle goslings (Branta leucopsis) is affected by legacy trace contaminants. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci , 285(1893), [20181866]. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2018.1866

Sköld, P., Baer, K., Scheepstra, A., Latola, K., & Biebow, N. (2018). The SDGs and the Arctic: The need for polar indicators. Statement on the Need for the Observing System: Societal Benefits – Long-Term Perspective delivered by EU-PolarNet. Arctic Observing Summit 2018.

Tiusanen, M., Huotari,T., Hebert, P.D.N., Loonen, M.J.J.E., & Roslin, T. (2018). Flower-visitor communities of an arcto-alpine plant — Global patterns in species richness, phylogenetic diversity and ecological functioning. Molecular Ecology , 28, 318-335.

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