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In Press
Griffiths et al (in press) Decapoda. In: De Broyer et al. The CAML/ SCAR MarBIN Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean.
Linse K (in press) Bivalvia. In: De Broyer et al. The CAML/ SCAR MarBIN Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean.
Neal L, Wiklund H, Muir AI, Linse K, Glover AG (in press) Cryptic speciation and the identity of juvenile Polynoidae (Annelida) in the Southern Ocean revealed by DNA taxonomy. Records of the Australian Museum
Rogers AD, Linse K (in press) Chemosynthetic communities. In: De Broyer et al. The CAML/ SCAR MarBIN Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean.
Schiaparelli S, Linse K (in press) Gastropoda. In: De Broyer et al. The CAML/ SCAR MarBIN Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean.

 

2014

89. Schiaparelli S, Ghiglione C, Alvaro MC, Griffiths HJ, Linse K, (2014) Fine-mesh towed gears sampling at high latitudes: a considerable leap toward alpha-diversity assessment for benthic Mollusca from the Ross Sea (Antarctica). Polar Biology doi 10.1007/s00300-014-1487-9
88. Linse K, Jackson J, Malyutina M, Brandt A (2014) Herbivorous northern hemisphere Jaera (Crustacea, Isopoda, Janiridae) found on whale bones in the SO deep sea: Description of Jaera tyleri sp. nov. PLoSOne 9(3): e93018
87. Reed AJ, Linse K, Thatje S (2014) Differential adaptations between cold-stenothermal environments in the bivalve Lissarca cf. miliaris (Philobryidae) from the Scotia Sea islands and Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of Sea Research 88: 11-20
86. Whittle RJ, Quaglio F, Griffiths HJG, Linse K, Crame JA (2014) The Early Miocene Cape Melville Formation Fossil Assemblage and the Evolution of Modern Antarctic Marine Communities. Naturwissenschaften 101: 47-59

2013
85. Amon DJ, Glover AG, Copley JT, Wiklund H, Linse K (2013) New insights into the fate of cetacean carcasses: the discovery of a natural whale fall in the Antarctic deep sea. Deep-Sea Research II 92, 87-96

84. Buckeridge J, Linse K, Jackson J (2013) Vulcanolepas scotiaensis sp. nov., a new deep-sea scalpelliform barnacle (Eolepadidae: Neolepadinae) from hydrothermal vents in the Scotia Sea, Antarctica. Zootaxa 3745(5), 551-568.
83. Ghihlione CG, Alvaro MC, Griffiths HJ, Linse K, Schiaparelli S (2013) Ross Sea Mollusca from the Latitudinal Gradient Program: Italica 2004 Rauschert dredge samples. ZooKeys 341, 37-48
82. Griffiths HJ, Whittle RJ, Roberts SJ, Belchier M, Linse K (2013) Antarctic Crabs: Invasion or Endurance? PLoS One
81. Linse K, Griffiths HJ, Barnes DKA, Brandt A, Niki Davey N; David B, DeGrave S, d'Udekem d'Acoz C, Eleaume M, Glover A, G. Hemery L, Mah C, Martín-Ledo R, Munilla T, O’Loughlin M, Pierrat B, Saucede T, Sands C, Strugnell JM, Enderlein P. (2013) The macro- and megabenthic fauna on the continental shelf of the eastern Amundsen Sea, Antarctica. Continental Shelf Research 68, 80-90
80. Linse K, Jackson J, Fitzcharles E, Sands CJ, Buckeridge J (2013) Phylogenetic position of Antarctic Scalpelliformes (Crustacea: Cirripedia: Thoracica). Deep-Sea Research I 73, 99-166
79. Moreau C, Linse K, Griffiths, HJ, Barnes DKA, Kaiser S, Glover A, Sands CJ, Strignell JM, Enderlein P, Geissler P (2013) Amundsen Sea Mollusca from the BIOPEARL II expedition. ZooKeys 294, 1-8
78. Nye V, Copley J, Linse K (2013). A new species of Eualus Thallwitz, 1891 and new record of Lebbeus antarcticus (Hale, 1941) (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea: Hippolytidae) from the Scotia Sea. Deep-Sea Research II 92, 145-156
77. Reed AJ, Thatje S, Linse K (2013) An unusual hermaphrodite reproductive trait in the Southern Ocean brooding bivalve Lissarca miliaris (Philobryidae) from the Scotia Sea. Polar Biology 36, 1-11, doi: 10.1007/s00300-012-1233-0

76. Reed AJ, Morris JP, Linse K, Thatje S (2013) Environmental effects on growth and shell morphology in deep-sea protobranch bivalves. Deep-Sea Research I 81, 14-24
75. Reid WDK, Sweeting CJ, Wigham BD, Zwirglmaier K, Hawkes JA, McGill RAR, Linse K, Polunin NVC (2013) Spatial differences in East Scotia Ridge hydrothermal vent food webs: influences of chemistry, microbiology and predation on trophodynamics. PLoSOne 9 (6) e65553
74. Roterman CN, Copley JT, Linse K, Tyler PA, Rogers AD (2013) Development of polymorphic microsatellite loci for three species of vent-endemic megafauna from deep-sea hydrothermal vents in the Scotia Sea, Southern Ocean. Conservation Genetic Resources doi 10.1007/s12686-01309921-9
73. Roterman C.B. Copley JT, Linse K, Tyler PA, Rogers AD (2013) The biogeography of the yeti crabs (Kiwaidae) with notes on the phylogeny of the Chirostyloidea (Decapoda: Anomura). Proc. R. Soc. B. 280:20130718
72. Williams ST, Smith L, Herbert D, Marshall B, Warén A, Kiel S, Dyal P, Linse K, Vilvens C, Kano Y. (2013) Cenozoic climate change and diversification in the deep-sea: evolution of gastropod diversity in the family Solariellidae (Trochoidea). Ecology and Evolution 3, 887-917


2012
71. Brandt A, De Broyer C, Ebbe B, Ellingsen KE, Gooday AJ, Janussen D, Kaiser S, Linse K, Schueller M, Thomson MRA, Tyler PA, Vanreusel A (2012). Southern Ocean deep benthic biodiversity. In: Rogers et al (eds) Antarctica: An extreme environment in a changing world. John Wiley & Sons Inc
70. Convey P, Barnes DKA, Griffiths, AJ, Grant S, Linse K, Thomas DN (2012) Biogeography and regional classifications of Antarctica. In: Rogers et al (eds) Antarctica: An extreme environment in a changing world. John Wiley & Sons Inc
69. Downey RV, Janussen D, Linse K, Griffiths HJ (2012) Diversity and distribution patterns in high Southern Latitude sponges. PLoSOne 7, e41672 doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0041672
68. Leese F, Brand P, Kuzmin A, Mayer C, Agrawal S, Dambach J, Dietz L, Doemel JS,. Goodall-Copstake WP, Held C, Jackson JA, Lampert KP, Linse K, Macher JN, Nolzen J, Raupach M, River N, Schubart CD, Striewski S, Tollrian S, Sands CJ (in press) Exploring Pandora’s Box: Potential and pitfalls of low coverage genome surveys for evolutionary biology PLoSOne 7(11): e49202, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0049202
67. Lörz AN, Smith PJ, Steinke D, Linse K (2012) High genetic diversity amongst Epimeria species (Amphipoda) from the southern Scotia Arc. Marine Biodiversity. Marine Biodiversity 42, 137-159, doi 10.1007/s12526-011-0089-8
66. Lörz AN, Smith PJ, Steinke D, Linse K (2012) First molecular evidence for underestimated biodiversity of Rhachotropis (Crustacea, Amphipoda), with description of a new species. PLoS One 7(3): e32365
65. Marsh L, Copley J, Huvenne V, Linse K, Reid WDK, Rogers A, Sweeting CJ, Tyler P (2012) Microdistribution of faunal assemblages at deep-sea hydrothermal vents in the Southern Ocean PLoSOne 7, e48348 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048348
64. Nye V, Copley J, Linse K, Plouviez S (2012) Iheyaspira bathycodon new species (Vetigastropoda:Trochoidea: Turbinidae: Skeneinae) from the Von Damm Vent Field, Mid-Cayman Spreading Centre, Caribbean. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom doi: 10.1017/S0025315412000823
63. Reed A, Thatje S, Linse K (2012) Shifting baselines in Antarctic ecosystems; ecophysiological response to warming in Lissarca miliaris at Signy Island, Antarctica. PLOS One 7, 253477 doi: journal.pone.0053477
62. Rogers AD, Tyler PA, Connelly DP, Copley JT, R. James R, Larter RD, Linse K, Mills RA, et al (2012) The discovery of new deep-sea hydrothermal vent communities in the Southern Ocean and implications for biogeography. PLoS Biol 10(1): e1001234. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001234
61. Sands CJ, Griffiths HJ, Downey R, Barnes DKA, Linse K, Martín-Ledo R (2012) Observations of the ophiuroids from the West Antarctic sector of the Southern Ocean. Antarctic Science doi: 10.1017/S0954102012000612
60. Whittle RJ, Quaglio F, Crame JA, Linse K (2012) The bivalve assemblage of the Early Miocene Cape Melville Formation (King George Island, Antarctica) with revision of the Nuculidae. Antarctic Science doi:10.1017/S0954102012000454



2011
58. Brandt A, Bathmann U, Brix S, Cisewski B, Flores H, George K, Göcke C, Janussen D, Kruse S, Leach H, Linse K, Peeken I, Riehl T, Sauter E, Sachs O, Schüller M, Schroedl M, Schwabe E, Strass V, van Franeker J, Wilmsen E (2011) Maud Rise – A unique Spot in the Southern Ocean? DSR II doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2011.01.008
57. Dettai, Agnes, et al (2011) Barcoding and molecular systematics of the benthic and demersal organisms of CEAMARC. Polar Science 5, 298-312
56. Grant RA, Griffiths HJ, Steinke D, Wadley V, Linse K (2011) Antarctic DNA barcoding: a drop in the ocean? Polar Biology 34, 775-780
55. Hoffman JI, Linse K, Peck LS, Clarke, A (2011) Strong population structure in a broadcast-spawning Antarctic marine invertebrate. Journal of Heredity. 102, 55-66 Doi:10.1093/jhered/esq094
54. Hoffman JI, Linse K, Clarke, A, Peck LS (2011) Effects of brooding and broadcasting reproductive modes on the population genetic structure of two Antarctic gastropod molluscs. Marine Biology 158: 287-296 Doi: 10.1007?s00227-010-1558-6
53. Whittle RJ, Griffiths HJ, Linse H (2011) The fossil record of Limopsis (Bivalvia: Limopsidae) in Antarctica and the Southern high latitudes. Palaeontology 54: 935-952

2010
52. Allcock AL, Barratt I, Eléaume M, Linse K, Norman MD, Smith PJ, Steinke D, Stevens DW, Strugnell JM (2011) Cryptic speciation and the circumpolarity debate: a case study on endemic Southern Ocean octopuses using the coxI barcode of life. DSR II 58, 242-249 Doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2010.05.016
51. Gutt J, Barratt I, Domack E, d’Udekem d’Acoz C, Dimmler W, Grémare A, Heilmayer O, Isla E, Janussen D, Jorgensen E, Kock K-H, Lehnert L S, López-Gonzáles P, Langner S, Linse K, Manjón-Cabeza M E, Meißner M, Montiel A, Raes M, Robert H, Rose A, Sañé Schepisi E, Saucède T, Scheidat M, Schenke H-W, Seiler J, Smith C (2011) Biodiversity change after climate-induced ice-shelf collapse in the Antarctic DSR II 58, 74-83 Doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2010.05.024
50. Hunt B, Strugnell JM, Bednarsek A, Linse K, Nelson RJ, Pakhomov E, Seibel B, Steinke D, Würzberg L (2010) Poles Apart: The “Bipolar” pteropod species Limacina helicina is genetically distinct between the Arctic and Antarctic Oceans. PLoS one 5: e9835
49. Strugnell JM, Cherel Y, Cooke IR, Gleadall IG, Hochberg FG, Ibáñez CM, Jorgensen E, Laptikhovsky VV, Linse K, Norman MD, Vecchione M, Voight JR, Allcock AL (2011) The Southern Ocean: Source and sink? DSR II 58, 196-204 Doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2010.05.015

2009
48. Barnes DKA, Kaiser S, Griffiths HJG, Linse K (2009) The marine, intertidal, fresh-water and terrestrial fauna of the South Orkney Islands, Antarctica. Journal of Biogeography 36: 756-759
47. Brandt, A., Linse, K., Schueller, M (2009) Bathymetric distribution patterns of Southern Ocean macrofaunal taxa: Bivalvia, Gastropoda, Isopoda and Polychaeta. DSR I 56: 2013-2025
46. Convey P, Stevens MI, Smellie JL, Hillenbrand C-D, Barnes DKA, Clarke A, Pugh PJA, Linse K, Cary SC (2009) Exploring biological constraints on the glacial history of Antarctica. Quaternary Science Reviews 28: 3035-3048
45. Grant, R.A., Linse, K. (2009) Barcoding Antarctic biodiversity: current status and the CAML initiative. Polar Biology 32: 1629-1637
44. Griffiths HJ, Barnes DKA, Linse K (2009) Towards a generalised biogeography of the Southern Ocean Benthos. Journal of Biogeography 36, 162-177
43. Lörz A-N, Maas EW, Linse K, Coleman CO (2009) Do circum-Antarctic species exist in peracarid Amphipoda? A case study in the genus Epimeria Costa, 1851 (Crustacea, Peracarida, Epimeriidae). Zookeys 18: 91-128
42. Newman L., Convey P., Gibson J.A.E., Linse K. 2009. Antarctic paleobiology: glacial refugia and constraints on past ice-sheet reconstructions. PAGES News, 17, No. 1, 22-24.

2008
41. Barnes DKA, Linse K, Enderlein P, Smale D, Fraser KPP, Brown M (2008) Marine richness and gradients at Deception Island, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 20, 271-280
40. Kaiser S, Barnes DKA, Linse K, Brandt A (2008) Epibenthic macrofauna associated with the shelf and slope of a young and isolated Southern Ocean Island. Antarctic Science20, 281-290
39. Linse K (2008) Antarctic Marine Biodiversity – a taxonomic crisis? (Guest editorial) Antarctic Science 20, 209
38. Linse K (2008) The BIOPEARL expedition to the Scotia Sea in 2006 (Introduction to Special issue) Antarctic Science 20, 211-212
37. Linse K, Walker L, Barnes DKA (2008) Biodiversity of echinoids and their epibionts around the Scotia arc, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 20, 227-245
36. Griffiths HJ, Linse K, Barnes DKA (2008) Distribution of macrobenthic taxa across the Scotia Arc, Antarctica. Antarctic Science20, 213-226
35. Sands CJ, McInnes SJ, Marley N, Goodall-Copestake WP, Convey P, Linse K (2008) Phylum Tardigrada: an ‘individual’ approach. Cladistics 34, 861-871
34. Sands CJ, Convey P, Linse K, McInnes SJ (2008) Assessing meiofaunal variation among individuals utilising morphological and molecular approaches: an example using the Tardigrada. BMC Ecology (MS 1207444478153004)

2007
33. Barnes DKA, Webb K, Linse K. (2007) Inter-specific, -generic and -morphologic comparisons of bryozoan growth show polar species are slowest, and slowing. PolarBiology 30:1068-
32. Brandt A, De Broyer C, De Mesel I, Ellingsen KE, Gooday AJ, Hilbig B, Linse K, Thomson MRA, Tyler PA (2007)The biodiversity of the deep Southern Ocean benthos. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 362: 39-66
31. Brandt A, Brix S, Brökeland W, Cedhagen T, Choudhury M, Cornelius N, Danis B, De Mesel I, Diaz RJ, Gillan DC, Hilbig B, Howe J, Janussen D, Kaiser S, Linse K, Malyutina M, Nunes Brandao S, Pawlowski J, Raupach M, Gooday AJ The Southern Ocean deep sea: first insights into biodiversity and biogeography. Nature 447:307-311
30. Clarke A, Griffiths HJ, Barnes DKA, Linse K. (2007) How well do we know the Antarctic marine fauna? A preliminary study of macroecological and biogeographic patterns in Southern Ocean gastropod and bivalve molluscs. Diversity and Distributions 13, 620-632
29. Ellingsen KE, Brandt A, Hilbig B, Linse K. (2007) The diversity and spatial distribution of polychaetes, isopods and bivalves in the Atlantic sector of the deep Southern Ocean. Polar Biology30, 1265-1273
28. Linse K, Cope T, Lörz A-N, Sands CJ (2007) Is the Scotia Sea a center of Antarctic marine diversification? Some evidence of cryptic speciation in the circum-Antarctic bivalve Lissarca notorcadensis (Arcoidea: Philobryidae) Polar Biology 30: 1059-1068
27. Linse K, Brandt, A, Bohn J, Danis B, De Broyer C, Heterier V, Hilbig B, Janussen D, J. López González PJ, Schüller M, Schwabe E, Thomson MRA (2007) Macro- and megabenthic communities in the abyssal Weddell Sea (Southern Ocean) Deep-Sea Research II doi: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2007.07.011
26. Lörz A-N, Maas EW, Linse K, Fenwick GD (2007) Epimeria schiaparelli sp nov., an epimeriid amphipod from the Ross Sea with a molecular characterization. Zootaxa 1420: 23-37
25. Schwabe, E, Bohn, JM, Engl, W, Linse, K, Schroedl, M. (2007) Rich and rare – first insights into species diversity and abundance of Antarctic abyssal Gastropoda (Mollusca) Deep-Sea Research II 54, 1831-1847
24. Strugnell, J.M., Linse, K. (2007) Evolution of the Antarctic marine fauna: what can DNA and fossils tell us? Antarctica: a keystone in a changing world. Online proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, Santa Barbara, California, August 26 - September 1, 2007
Page(s) Extended abstract 079, 4p

2006
23. Arntz WE, Thatje S, Linse K, Avila C, Ballesteros M, Barnes DKA, Cope T, Cristobo FJ, De Broyer C, Gutt J, Isla E, López-Gonzáles P, Montiel A, Munilla T, Ramos Esplá AA, Raupach M, Rauschert M, Rodríguez E, Teixidó N. (2006) Sampling the marine fauna of remote Bouvet Island, Southern Ocean. Polar Biology 29: 83-96, DOI 10.1007/s00300-005-0047-8
22. Barnes DKA, Linse K, Waller C, Morley S, Enderlein P, Fraser KPP, Brown M (2006). Shallow benthic communities of South Georgia Island. Polar Biology 29: 223-228, DOI 10.1007/s00300-005-0042-0
21. Barnes DKA, Webb K, Linse K. (2006) 20 year old Antarctic bryozoans show anomalously high growth in 2003. Marine Ecology Progress Series314: 187-195
20. Cope T, Linse K. Morphological and genetic differences in Lissarca notorcadensis from the Scotia, Weddell and Ross Seas. Deep-Sea Research II 53:903-911
19. Linse K (2006) New records of marine molluscs at Bouvet Island and their biogeographic affinities. Polar Biology 29: 120-127, DOI 10.1007/s00300-005-0721-x
18. Linse K, Barnes DKA, Enderlein P Benthos size and growth along an Antarctic latitudinal gradient. Deep-Sea Research II 53: 921-931
17. Linse K, Griffiths HJ, Barnes DKA, Clarke A. Biodiversity and Biogeography of Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic Mollusca. Deep-Sea Research II 53:985-1008
16. Schiaparelli S, Linse K. A reassessment of the distribution of the common Antarctic scallop Adamussium colbecki (Smith, 1902) Deep-Sea Research II 53: 912-920
15. Schrödl M, Linse K, Schwabe E. Review on the distribution and biology of Antarctic Monoplacophora, with first abyssal record of Laevipilina antarctica. Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/00300-006-0123-7

2004
14. Linse K (2004) Scotia Arc deep-water bivalves: composition, distribution and relationship to the Antarctic shelf fauna. Deep Sea Research II, Special volume 51:1827-1837

2003
13. Linse K, Page T (2003) Evidence of brooding in Southern Ocean Limid bivalves. Journal of Molluscan Studies 69: 290-293
12. Griffiths HJ, Linse K, Crame JA (2003) SOMBASE – Southern Ocean Mollusc Database: A tool for biogeographic analysis in diversity and ecology. Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 3: 207-213

2002
11. Page T, Linse K (2002) More evidence of speciation and dispersal across the Antarctic Polar Front through molecular systematics of Southern Ocean Limatula (Bivalvia:Limidae). Polar Biology 25:818-826
10. Linse K (2002) The shelled Magellanic Mollusca: with special reference to biogeographic relations in the Southern Ocean. Theses Zoologicae Vol 74. A.R.A. Ganter Verlag KG, Ruggell, Liechtenstein. 251 pp, 21 plates
9. Linse K, Schiotte T (2002): Diaphana haini n. sp. Described from bathyal depth in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia) and first record of Diaphana inflata (Strebel, 1908) in the High Antarctic. Journal of Molluscan Studies 68:147-153
8. Linse K, Brandt A, Hilbig B, Wegener G (2002) Composition and distribution of suprabenthic fauna in western Antarctica. Antarctic Science 14:3-10

2000
7. Steiner G, Linse K (2000) Systematics and distribution of the Scaphopoda (Mollusca) in the Beagle Channel (Chile). Mitteilungen des Hamburger Zoologischen Museums 91: 13-30.
6. Harasewych MG, Kantor YI, Linse K (2000) Parabuccinum, a new genus of Magellanic Buccinulid (Gastropoda: Neogastropoda), with description of a new species. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington DC 113 (2): 542-560

1999
5. Linse K (1999) Mollusca of the Magellan area - a checklist for the species and their distribution. Ecosystems that drifted apart (Arntz, W.E. & C. Rios). Scientia Marina 63 (Supl. 1): 399-407
4. Linse K (1999): Abundance and Diversity of Mollusca in the Beagle Channel. In: Magellan-Antarctic. Ecosystems that drifted apart (Arntz, W.E. & C. Rios). Scientia Marina 63 (Supl. 1): 391-397
3. Brandt A, Linse K, Mühlenhardt-Siegel U (1999) Biogeography of Crustacea and Mollusca of the Magellan and Antarctic region. Ecosystems that drifted apart (Arntz, W.E. & C. Rios). Scientia Marina 63 (Supl. 1): 383-389

1998
2. Linse K, Brandt A (1998) Distribution of epibenthic Mollusca on a transect through the Beagle Channel (southern Chile). Journal of the Marine. Biological Association U.K. 78(3): 875-889

1997
1. Brandt A, Linse K, Weber U (1997): Abundance and diversity of peracarid taxa (Crustacea, Malacostraca) along a transect through the Beagle Channel, Patagonia. Polar Biology 18: 83-90


Books/Book chapters
Brandt A, Enderlein P, Linse K (2009) Investigations of the unknown: the benthos of the Antarctic Deep Sea and Amundsen Sea. In: Hempel, G. & Hempel I., Biology of icy waters.
Linse K (2002) The shelled Magellanic Mollusca: with special reference to biogeographic relations in the Southern Ocean. Theses Zoologicae Vol 74. A.R.A. Ganter Verlag KG, Ruggell, Liechtenstein. 251 pp, 21 plates
Linse K (1997) Die Verbreitung epibenthischer Mollusken im chilenischen Beagle-Kanal. Berichte zur Polarforschung 228: 1-131

Journal arcticles, non peer-reviewed
2005
Linse K, Cope T (2005) Genetic variability in Antarctic marine organisms. In: Arntz, W.E., Brey, T. (Eds). The expedition ANTARKTIS XXI/2 (BENDEX) of RV Polarstern in 2003/2004. Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung 503: 74-88

2003
Linse K, Schrödl M, Mc Clain C, Allcock L. (2003) Mollusca in the Antarctic deep sea – preliminary notes on their taxonomy, biogeography and diversity. In: The Expeditions ANTARKTIS-XIX/3-4. D Fütterer, A Brandt, GCB Poore (eds). Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung 470: 95-101
Linse K (2003) Philobrya – tracer for the possible Antarctic colonisation routes. In: The Expeditions ANTARKTIS-XIX/3-4. D Fütterer, A Brandt, GCB Poore (eds). Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung 470: 101
Linse K, Schrödl M, Zelaya D (2003): Biodiversity, biogeography and evolution of Magellanic and Antarctic Mollusca. In: The Expedition ANTARKTIS XIX/5 (LAMPOS) of RV “Polarstern” in 2002. WE Arntz, T Brey (eds). Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung 462: 19-28
Fröb M, Hermann R, Linse K, Loidl R, Thatje S, Zelaya D (2003): Bird observations along the Scotia Arc. In: In: The Expedition LAMPOS of RV “Polarstern” in 2002. WE Arntz, T Brey (eds). Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung 462: 78-80


1999
Brandt A, Hilbig B, Linse K, Wegener G (1999): Biodiversity and Zoogeography of Mollusca, Polychaeta, and Crustacea Peracarida. Berichte zur Polarforschung 301: 135-149


1997
Linse K (1997): Abundance and Diversity of epibenthic Mollusca in the Beagle Channel. Verh. Dt. Zool. Ges. 1997(90.1): 179
Brandt A, Linse K, Mühlenhardt-Siegel U (1997): Biogeography of Crustacea and Mollusca of the Magellan and Antarctic region. Verh. Dt. Zool. Ges. 1997 (90.1): 167
Arntz W, Buschmann A, George KH, Gerdes D, Gorny M, Lardies Carrasco MA, Linse K, Montiel A, Mutschke E, Rauschert M, Rios C (1997): Benthologische Untersuchungen. Berichte zur Polarforschung 239: 53-57