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This is a scanned copy of the report, 'Aspects of the biological sulphur cycle in limnological ecosystems in the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica' by P.P. Deprez and P.D. Franzmann.

Taken from the document:

This document is a report of the work carried out by two wintering biologists at Davis in 1984. It encompasses work completed between January 1984 and October 30 1984. It is not a publication in the scientific sense. It was written quickly, in the first two weeks of November, 1984 and was not revised. It was edited by Harry Burton in December, 1984.

It includes:

1) Determination of sulphate reduction rates by radiometric methods in the sediments of Burton Lake, Ace Lake, Watts Lake, Shield Lake and Ellis Fjord.
2) Measurement of reduced sulphur compounds in Antarctic Lakes by gas chromatography with dual flame photometric detection.
3) Chemical measurements and parameters of some Antarctic lakes.
4) Collection and preliminary investigation of Antarctic micro-organisms.
5) Other bits.

Issued: 2016-06-17

Data time period: 1984-01-01 to 1984-10-30

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78.381955,-68.56729

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