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Science Highlights Archive


Some recent GEOTRACES science findings are reported below.  
When getting older they are compiled in the Science Highlights Archive where the "Title Filter" search box will allow you to filter them by words in title (please note that only one-word search queries are allowed e.g. iron, Atlantic, etc.).

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Title Published Date
The Colloidal Hourglass: North Atlantic Iron Distribution Controlled by Dynamic Colloidal Phase 07 February 2020
A unique insight into the properties of iron aerosols in the Arctic Ocean 31 January 2020
A review constituting the half-way mark of GEOTRACES 29 January 2020
Unprecedented iron delivery from the Congo River margin to the South Atlantic Gyre 29 January 2020
Diatoms use a stolen bacterial gene to commit iron piracy 23 January 2020
Icebergs; a huge but highly variable source of iron to the ocean 02 December 2019
Modern neodymium isotopic signatures of the South West Atlantic eventually documented! 02 December 2019
Neural network as tools to replace oceanic data deficiencies 26 November 2019
Rare Earth distribution and pattern anomalies in the Solomon Sea 26 November 2019
Welcome to the first Korean participation in GEOTRACES 26 November 2019
Glacial erosion processes suspected to enhance the lability of particulate iron, with a strong influence on the biological demand in the subantarctic waters 24 September 2019
A new application of aerosol iron isotopes: tracing anthropogenic iron; an example of the North Atlantic Ocean 26 July 2019
Upwelled hydrothermal iron stimulates massive phytoplankton blooms in the Southern Ocean 12 July 2019
The causes of the 90-ppm glacial atmospheric CO2 drawdown still strongly debated 12 July 2019
South Pacific particulate organic carbon fate challenges Martin’s Law 16 May 2019
About the decoupled fates of aluminium, manganese, cobalt and lead in the North Pacific Ocean 24 April 2019
On the optimal use of the seaFAST system 18 April 2019
A treasure of geochemical data to trace ocean circulation, ventilation, mixing, biogeochemical and hydrothermal processes 12 April 2019
Fate of different iron phases along the Lena river plume in the Arctic Ocean 11 April 2019
A new brick to the zinc-silicate-phosphate oceanic story 08 April 2019
More insights on the natural fertilization processes of the KERGUELEN plateau 04 April 2019
Isotopic chromium variations do not always reflect the occurrence of low oxygenated waters 19 March 2019
The Scottish shelf break is not a significant source of iron to North Atlantic surface waters 18 February 2019
All the bioactive elements are not affected by the land-ocean gradient of the atmospheric deposition along the Eastern Pacific Zonal Transect 13 February 2019
Using the three thorium isotope toolbox to probe the particle dynamic within an East Pacific Rise hydrothermal plume 07 February 2019
The circulation loop in the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans depicted by the artificial radionuclides 30 January 2019
Artificial intelligence helps investigate the oceanic zinc cycle 24 January 2019
Cadmium isotopes, tracers of the cadmium sequestration as cadmium sulphide in oxygen minimum zone? 07 January 2019
New BioGEOTRACES data sets: Connecting pieces of the microbial biogeochemical puzzle 21 December 2018
Important spatial variation of the Particulate Organic Carbon export along the GEOVIDE section in the North Atlantic Ocean 12 December 2018
Local geologies imprint the Antarctic Bottom Water neodymium isotopic signatures 11 December 2018
More realistic oceanic particle field improved the thorium-230 and protactinium-231 modeling 10 December 2018
The residence times of trace elements determined in the surface Arctic Ocean during the 2015 US Arctic GEOTRACES expedition 15 November 2018
Ever wonder how long your favourite element remains in the ocean before it’s gone again? 15 November 2018
Methylmercury subsurface maxima explain mercury accumulation in Canadian Arctic marine mammals 05 November 2018
Cadmium to phosphorus ratio in euphotic zone particulates: why does it vary? 05 November 2018
Helium-3 plumes in the deep Indian Ocean confirm hydrothermal activity 24 October 2018
The role of melting-ice in driving the slowdown of circulation in the western Atlantic Ocean revealed by protactinium-thorium ratio 19 October 2018
52 years of Benthic Nepheloid Layer data! 04 October 2018
Environmental changes in the Arctic Ocean are occurring now! 22 September 2018
Rare Earth Elements are less and less natural tracers in the ocean 19 September 2018
Has the role of atmospheric dust as a control on productivity in oligotrophic regions been overestimated? 05 September 2018
Influence of particle composition on the rate constants of thorium adsorption 04 September 2018
Coupling and decoupling of barium and radium-226 along the GEOVIDE GEOTRACES section 04 September 2018
Contrasting fates of the cadmium-cadmium isotopes in the Kuroshio and Oyashio environmental systems 18 July 2018
Gulf stream eddies are fertilizing the Western Atlantic Ocean 03 July 2018
When hydrothermal iron fertilizes the surface ocean in the Western Tropical South Pacific Ocean 18 June 2018
Labile particulate iron isotopic signatures trace hydrothermal and margin inputs down to the benthic layers in the Eastern Pacific Ocean 06 June 2018
Revelations from the dissolved 226Ra-228Ra pair distribution in the South East Pacific Ocean 05 June 2018
High particulate organic carbon export in the Arabian Sea 04 June 2018

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