Arctic rivers are discharging organic matter enriched in mercury to the Labrador Sea
Cadmium to phosphorus ratio in euphotic zone particulates: why does it vary?
Changing the cadmium : phosphorus paradigm?
Changing the paradigm on the oceanic iron cycle
Contrasting fates of the cadmium-cadmium isotopes in the Kuroshio and Oyashio environmental systems
Glacial erosion processes suspected to enhance the lability of particulate iron, with a strong influence on the biological demand in the subantarctic waters
How iron isotopes offer a new window on the oceanic biogeochemical cycling of iron
Inference about rates of thorium and particle cycling in the ocean water column
Influence of particle composition on the rate constants of thorium adsorption
Insights into Particle Cycling from Thorium and Particle Data
Iron isotopes in the Equatorial Pacific Ocean: when the dissolved phases are heavier than the particulate ones
Labile particulate iron isotopic signatures trace hydrothermal and margin inputs down to the benthic layers in the Eastern Pacific Ocean
More realistic oceanic particle field improved the thorium-230 and protactinium-231 modeling
New beautiful results on marine particle speciation, a challenge for the GEOTRACES community...
Particle distribution in repeated ocean sections and sediment resuspension
Significant role of dissolved/particulate Nd from the Ganga–Brahmaputra river system and Bay of Bengale margin in contributing to the dissolved Nd budget of the global oceans.
Solute-particle interactions and the enhanced dissolved barium flux from the Ganga River estuary
Thorium and protactinium radionuclides reveal marine particles processes
Using the three thorium isotope toolbox to probe the particle dynamic within an East Pacific Rise hydrothermal plume
What controls hydrothermal plume transport of iron over 4000 km in the deep Pacific Ocean?

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