Testament of the efficiency of environmental policies
The circulation loop in the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans depicted by the artificial radionuclides
The distribution of dissolved iron in the West Atlantic Ocean
The potential of anthropogenic 236-Uranium as a new and transient oceanographic tracer demonstrated in the North Atlantic
The power of tracers: a 3D animation example of Thorium-230 along GEOTRACES North Atlantic Sections
The role of melting-ice in driving the slowdown of circulation in the western Atlantic Ocean revealed by protactinium-thorium ratio
The Scottish shelf break is not a significant source of iron to North Atlantic surface waters
The sources of the water soluble organic matter contained in the aerosols over the Atlantic ocean decoded
Tracing scavenging intensity with the original coupling between scandium, yttrium and lanthanum in surface waters
Tracing water mass mixing in the Cape Basin and the restricted Angola Basin with radiogenic neodymium isotopes
Unprecedented set of dissolved manganese data in the North Atlantic Ocean (US GEOTRACES cruise)
Water mass circulation and weathering inputs in the Labrador Sea based on coupled hafnium-neodymium isotope compositions and rare earth element distributions
Water masses traced by neodymium isotopic compositions at an unprecedented level in the North Atlantic Ocean
What does the largest data set of zinc concentration ever reported tell us?
What is generating the benthic nepheloid layers?
When a multi-parameter end-member mixing model allows a quantitative deconvolution of the dissolved rare earth elements behaviour
When atmospheric dynamic controls the nutrient distributions in the ocean
Where, how and which trace elements are released from dust at the sea surface?
Why is the deep ocean zinc isotopic signature so heavy?
Widespread nutrient co-limitation discovered on GEOTRACES cruise

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