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Contributions to the physiology of respiration under the arctic climate

Johannes Lindhard

Contributions to the physiology of respiration under the arctic climate

by Johannes Lindhard

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Published in Køobenhavn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arctic regions
    • Subjects:
    • Respiration.,
    • Arctic regions -- Climate.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ115 .D39 bd. 44
      The Physical Object
      Paginationbd. xliv, p. [75]-175
      Number of Pages175
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL226747M
      LC Control Numberac 39002478
      OCLC/WorldCa29088490

      In fact, the book deals with high pressure as well as low barometric pressure and so the title of father of environmental physiology is also appropriate. The book is now easily available because it was digitized by Google, but if your French is a bit rusty, there is an excellent English translation by the two Hitchcocks (Bert, translation The Alaska blackfish (Dallia pectoralis) is an air-breathing fish native to Alaska and the Bering Sea islands, where it inhabits lakes that are ice-covered in the winter, but enters warm and hypoxic waters in the summer to forage and reproduce. To understand the respiratory physiology of this species under these conditions and the selective pressures that maintain the ability to breathe air

      The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) noted a recent year period (–) when the rate of surface global warming was a factor of 4 smaller than the mean of the state-of-art climate model projections and than that observed in the previous three decades. When updated to include by Karl et al. using the new version of NOAA data, the observed warming trend is higher Respiration rates of southern populations were stable under southern conditions, whereas they increased significantly under central compared to southern conditions (F 1,5 = and F 1,5 = for southern populations 1 and 2, respectively, p

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