Irene R. Schloss focuses on Oceanography, Cove, Phytoplankton, Sea ice and Water column. Her research in Oceanography focuses on subjects like Algae, which are connected to Melt pond. Her Cove research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meltwater and Salinity.
Her research on Phytoplankton often connects related areas such as Diatom. Irene R. Schloss has researched Hydrography in several fields, including Carbon sink and Plankton. Her Plankton research incorporates elements of Continental shelf, Stratification, Thermohaline circulation and Temperature salinity diagrams.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Cove, Plankton and Ecology. Her research integrates issues of Nutrient and Peninsula in her study of Oceanography. Her studies in Phytoplankton integrate themes in fields like Bloom, Mesocosm, Seawater, Environmental chemistry and Diatom.
Her Cove research also works with subjects such as
Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Cove, Plankton and Peninsula are her primary areas of study. Her research in Oceanography is mostly focused on Sea ice. Her work on Microbial food web as part of general Phytoplankton study is frequently linked to TBARS, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Glacier and Benthic zone. The Plankton study combines topics in areas such as Nutrient and Water column. Her work deals with themes such as Climate change and Phytoplankton biomass, which intersect with Peninsula.
Irene R. Schloss mainly focuses on Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Peninsula, Cove and Ecosystem. Irene R. Schloss combines subjects such as Pseudo-nitzschia and Nitrate with her study of Oceanography. Her Phytoplankton research integrates issues from Trophic level, Salinity and Environmental chemistry, Biogeochemical cycle.
Her Cove study combines topics in areas such as Meltwater, Glacier, Ocean current, Sea level and Benthic zone. Irene R. Schloss interconnects Ocean chemistry, Climate change, Ocean acidification and Krill in the investigation of issues within Ecosystem. Irene R. Schloss combines subjects such as Hydrography, Sea ice and Physical oceanography with her study of Climate change.
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Aggregation of algae released from melting sea ice: implications for seeding and sedimentation
Polar Biology (1991)
The Southern Ocean Ecosystem Under Multiple Climate Change Stresses - An Integrated Circumpolar Assessment
Julian Gutt;Nancy Bertler;Thomas J. Bracegirdle;Alexander Buschmann.
Global Change Biology (2015)
A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond
M.C. Kennicutt;S.L. Chown;J.J. Cassano;D. Liggett.
Antarctic Science (2015)
Response of phytoplankton dynamics to 19-year (1991–2009) climate trends in Potter Cove (Antarctica)
Irene R. Schloss;Irene R. Schloss;Irene R. Schloss;Doris Abele;Sébastien Moreau;Serge Demers.
Journal of Marine Systems (2012)
Vertical stratification and air‐sea CO2 fluxes in the Patagonian shelf
Alejandro A. Bianchi;Laura Bianucci;Alberto R. Piola;Diana Ruiz Pino.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Climate change and glacier retreat drive shifts in an Antarctic benthic ecosystem
Science Advances (2015)
Taking Steps toward Marine and Coastal Ecosystem-Based Management: An Introductory Guide
Biodiversity and Conservation (2011)
Spatial and temporal variation in shallow seawater temperatures around Antarctica
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2006)
Hydrography of Potter Cove, a Small Fjord-like Inlet on King George Island (South Shetlands)
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (1994)
Biomass and associations of benthic marine macroalgae from the inner Potter Cove (King George Island, Antarctica) related to depth and substrate
Polar Biology (2001)
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