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Short Note: The first appearance and establishment of an alien vascular plant in natural habitats on the forefield of a retreating glacier in Antarctica

  • Maria Olech (a1) (a2) and Katarzyna J. Chwedorzewska (a1)
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K.J. Chwedorzewska 2008. Poa annua L. in Antarctic - searching for the source of introduction. Polar Biology, 31, 263268.

K.A. Hughes P. Convey 2010. The protection of Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems from inter- and intra-continental transfer of non-indigenous species by human activities: a review of current systems and practices. Global Environmental Change, 20, 96112.

J.C. King , J. Turner , G.J. Marshall , W.M. Conolley T.A. Lachlan-Cope 2003. Antarctic Peninsula climate variability and its causes as revealed by analysis of instrumental records. Antarctic Research Series, 79, 1730.

R.I.L. Smith 1996. Introduced plants in Antarctica: potential impacts and conservation issues. Biological Conservation, 76, 135146.

D.W.H. Walton 1975. European weeds and other aline species in the sub-Antarctic. Weed Research, 15, 271282.

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Antarctic Science
  • ISSN: 0954-1020
  • EISSN: 1365-2079
  • URL: /core/journals/antarctic-science
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