The population of this rare wandering albatross, which breeds almost exclusively on the remote Antipodes Island in the New Zealand subantarctic
, has experienced an alarming decline in the past 13 years, with very high mortality of females and reduced breeding success.
Effect of aerial exposure on the antioxidant status in the subantarctic
stone crab Paralomis granulosa (Decapoda:Anomura).
Microbiological studies of some subantarctic
30) In these stories, the highly unusual context of the desert island--in this instance, a subantarctic
tundra desert--makes otherwise quotidian matters stand out with an added significance and intensity.
Mycorrhizal assessment of vascular plants from subantarctic
Long-distance dispersal of a subantarctic
brooding bivalve (Gaimardia trapesina) by kelprafting.
In Antarctic and subantarctic
waters, for instance, five distinct ecotypes of killer whales (types A, B-big, B-small, C and D) have been proposed (Pitman and Ensor, 2003; Pitman et al.
Floral biology and flower visitors on subantarctic
santolla are well adapted to temperatures of 5-10[degrees]C, a range typical of subantarctic
marine environments (Anger et al, 2004; Calcagno et al.
Although neither of these master mariners claimed to have identified a whole continent at that time, their explorations triggered whaling and sealing activities on nearby subantarctic
5) Bioclimatic variants: steppic (stp), submediterranean (sbm), bixeric (bix), antitropical (ant), seropluvial (spl), polar semiboreal (posbo), semipolar subantarctic
(sepos), tropical semimediterranean desertic (trsmd), polar euhyperoceanic (poeuhy), boreal subantarctic
(bosuba) and temperte subantartic (tesuba).
The South Atlantic was dominated by positive salinity anomalies in 2015, with fresh anomalies south of 40[degrees]S, perhaps reflecting an anomalously northward position of the low salinity subantarctic