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2021  Nowak, A., Hodkins, R., Nikulina, A., Osuch, M., Wawrzyniak T, Kavan J, Łepkowska E, Majerska M, Romashova K, Vasilevich I, Sobota I, Rachlewicz, G. From land to fjords: The review of Svalbard hydrology from 1970 to 2019. in State of Environmental Science in Svalbard Report


2020 Hodson, A. J., Nowak, A., Senger, K., Redeker, K., Christiansen, H. H., Jessen, S., Hornum, M. T., Betlem, P., Thornton, S. F., Turchyn, A. V., Olaussen, S., and Marca, A.: Open system pingos as hotspots for sub-permafrost methane emission in Svalbard, The Cryosphere Discuss.,

2020 Kalinowska, A.; Szopińska, M.; Chmiel, S.; Kończak, M.; Polkowska, Ż.; Artichowicz, W.; Jankowska, K.; Nowak, A.; Łuczkiewicz, A. Heavy Metals in a High Arctic Fiord and Their Introduction with the Wastewater: A Case Study of Adventfjorden-Longyearbyen System, Svalbard. Water, 12, 794

2019 Hodson A, Nowak A., Holmlund E.S., Redeker K., Turchyn AV., Christansen H. Seasonal Dynamics of Methane and Carbon Dioxide Evasion From an Open System Pingo: Lagoon Pingo, Svalbard. Frontiers in Earth Science


2018 Nowak A., Hodson A., Turchyn AV. Spatial and temporal dynamics of dissolved organic carbon, chlorophyll, nutrients and trance metals in maritime Antarctic snow and snowmelt. Frontiers in Earth Science, 6:

2017 Hodson A., Nowak A., Cook J., Sabacka M., Wharfe E., Pearce D.A., Convey P., Vieira G. Microbes influence the biogeochemical and optical properties of maritime Antarctic snow. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences:

2017 Hodson A., Nowak A., Sabacka M., Jungblut A., Navarro F., Pearce D., Ávila-Jiménez M.L., Convey P., Vieira G. Climatically-sensitive transfer of iron to maritime Antarctic ecosystems by surface runoff, Nature Communications. DOI:10.1038/ncomms14499

2015 Hodson, A., Nowak, A., Christiansen, H. Glacial and periglacial floodplain sediments regulate hydrologic transfer of reactive iron to a high Arctic fjord. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10701

2014 Nowak A & Hodson AJ. On the biogeochemical response of a glacierized High Arctic watershed to climate change: Revealing patterns, processes and heterogeneity among microcatchments. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10263


2014 Nowak A & Hodson AJ. Changes in meltwater chemistry over a 20 year period following a thermal regime switch from polythermal to cold-based glaciation at Austre Brøggerbreen, Svalbard, Polar Research 2014, 33, 22779,

2013 Nowak A & Hodson AJ.  Hydrological response of a High Arctic catchment to changing climate over the past 35 years; A case study of Bayelva watershed, Svalbard, Polar Research 32, 19691,


2013 Nowak-Zwierz A. Hydrological and Biogeochemical response of a High-Arctic glacierized catchment to climate change; A long term study from Bayelva watershed; Svalbard. PhD Thesis, The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK


2013 Hodson AJ, Nowak A & Christiansen H. The water supply to Longyearbyen: understanding the present system and future uncertainties


2013 Nowak A & Hodson A. Biogeochemistry and microbiology of winter runoff from Svalbard glaciers. ICE: p.18; ISBN: ISSN 0019-1043


2010 Nowak-Zwierz A. Biogeochemistry of meltwater in the High Arctic with an emphasis on N species: A nested catchment approach. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts

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