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
Drawing the future of phytoplankton in a changing ocean 14 March 2017
What constrains the hydrothermal dissolved iron isotopic signatures? 21 February 2017
What is generating the benthic nepheloid layers? 20 February 2017
The coupled zinc-silicon cycle paradox illuminated 08 February 2017
Dissolved neodymium isotopes and Rare Earth Elements combined with oxygen isotopes trace water masses in the Fram Strait 02 February 2017
Siderophores facilitate microbial adaptation to iron limitation in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean 23 January 2017
Dissolved iron isotopes reveal that distinct processes are controlling this micronutrient distribution in the ocean 17 January 2017
Up to four mercury species measured along the GEOTRACES East Pacific Zonal Transect 16 January 2017
Water mass circulation and weathering inputs in the Labrador Sea based on coupled hafnium-neodymium isotope compositions and rare earth element distributions 13 January 2017
Oxygen biogeochemistry exerts a strong influence on cobalt cycling 13 January 2017
Estimation of the trace element deposition fluxes to the Atlantic Ocean using two different methods 16 December 2016
Solute-particle interactions and the enhanced dissolved barium flux from the Ganga River estuary 17 November 2016
Prokaryotic communities display elevated trace metal concentrations in Pacific oxygen deficient zone 31 October 2016
Testament of the efficiency of environmental policies 05 October 2016
Dealing with the chemical speciation of the elements in the different oceanic realms 04 October 2016
Lithogenic influence from the Hawaiian Islands detectable up to Station ALOHA surface waters 08 September 2016
Inference about rates of thorium and particle cycling in the ocean water column 30 August 2016
Hydrothermalism: a major contributor to the oceanic inventory of dissolved zinc 29 August 2016
Decreasing of the industrial lead contamination in the Amundsen Sea area 07 July 2016
Scandium: a new oceanic tracer with surprising properties 29 June 2016
Gadolimium, a Rare Earth Element becoming a human contaminant and tracer of wastewater discharge in the ocean 13 June 2016
Onboard analysis of dissolved zinc everywhere in the open ocean with a Lab on Valve (LOV) system of the size of a bottle of wine is becoming possible 03 June 2016
Are the dissolved iron distributions well represented by the global ocean biogeochemistry models? 24 May 2016
An example of a fruitful international intercomparison 19 May 2016
All mercury species measured along the GEOTRACES-UK section, South Atlantic Ocean 13 May 2016
Amazingly detailed compilation of the silicon cycle, with an emphasis on the oceanic silicon isotope budget 09 May 2016
Water masses traced by neodymium isotopic compositions at an unprecedented level in the North Atlantic Ocean 21 March 2016
Important warning about the uncertainties affecting results of dissolved iron concentration measurements in seawater using flow-injection with chemiluminescence detection 18 March 2016
When a multi-parameter end-member mixing model allows a quantitative deconvolution of the dissolved rare earth elements behaviour 18 March 2016
What do the first 236-Uranium data reveal in the Arctic Ocean? 10 March 2016
Using chromium isotopes to reconstruct the oxygenation history of the oceans is challenged by modern data 07 March 2016
Impressive set of data reveal new features on the modern cadmium–phosphate relationship 25 January 2016
Lead isotopes tracks leakage of Indian Ocean seawater into the Atlantic Ocean 15 January 2016
Helium isotopes help to constrain high-resolution model dynamics in the Mediterranean Sea 11 January 2016
Tracking the sea ice exported from the Siberian Shelf to the Arctic Ocean 26 November 2015
GEOTRACES publishes the motivations and description of its first Intermediate Data Product 25 November 2015
Metal contents of North Atlantic phytoplankton across environmental gradients 25 November 2015
New insights into global barium cycling from the first barium isotope data for seawater 16 November 2015
Large fluxes of dissolved aluminium exported from the coast to the ocean 06 October 2015
Do you know that coastal phytoplankton is able to adapt to iron limitation? 01 October 2015
Decoupling between dissolved zinc and silicon in the North Atlantic Ocean driven by mixing of end-members 22 September 2015
Changing the cadmium : phosphorus paradigm? 21 September 2015
Nitrate isotope distributions on the US GEOTRACES North Atlantic cross-basin section 18 September 2015
Dissolved gallium in the Beaufort Sea: a promising conservative water mass tracer 24 August 2015
Coupling Rare Earth Elements concentrations, neodymium and radium isotopes: a powerful tool to decode environmental processes 09 July 2015
Unexpected magnitude of the hydrothermal iron inputs in the deep Pacific 09 July 2015
The potential of coupling high-resolution circulation models and geochemical tracers: example of the Mediterranean Sea 30 June 2015
The sedimentary flux of dissolved rare earth elements to the ocean 29 June 2015
Neodymium isotopic signature of the Ross Sea Water characterized 12 June 2015
First major ocean sections of silicon isotopes 08 June 2015

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