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JBG-LTER

The Jang Bogo Long-term Ecological Research (JBG-LTER)  

  - Studies on Biodiversity and Changing Ecosystems around Jang Bogo Station, Ross Sea, Antarctica 


 

We have been proposed to determine biodiversity and the present ecosystem status/change of Antarctic terrestrial and coastal environments, especially around Jang Bogo Station by quantifying spatial/temporal variability on a regular basis, to investigate and understand the present adaptation of Antarctic organisms and status of ecosystem using multi-level approaches, and further to predict future impacts in this project JBG-LTER.   

 

The main goal is to address how biodiversity and ecosystem around Jang Bogo Station responds to environmental change. We are focusing on the following sub-goals:  

  ○ Survey of biodiversity around Jang Bogo Station and reconstruction of evolutionary history of some photosynthetic  

     algae, bryophyte, protozoa and mollusks by phylogeography and population genetic studies  

  Observation of the long-term changes of terrestrial and shallow water biodiversity and community structure around  

      Jang Bogo Station  

  Construction and operation of Korea-New Zealand-Italy Joint observing platform

  Study on resilience and response of ecological constituents to environmental change