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Dissolved cobalt enrichments over the Kerguelen plateau confirm that most of the natural fertilization is due to partial dissolution of local basalts
Astonishing protactinium and thorium profiles in the Mediterranean Sea
Basin-scale inputs of cobalt, iron, and manganese from the Benguela-Angola front to the South Atlantic Ocean
Climate change induced spectacular increase of the land-ocean inputs in the Arctic Ocean
Dissolved iron sources in the North Atlantic Ocean quantified
Estuary solid loads and solid-solution exchanges yield considerable dissolved trace metal enrichments
GEOTRACES scientists discover new variability in iron supply to the oceans with climate implications
Important external dissolved iron inputs, HNLC water formation and strong biological seasonality explained in the North Pacific Ocean
Large amounts of soluble manganese(III) identified at the land-ocean interface
Large fluxes of dissolved aluminium exported from the coast to the ocean
Long-lived thorium isotopes: powerful tools to estimate lithogenic fluxes to the ocean
New neodymium concentration and isotopic data from the West Pacific Ocean
Ocean margins: the missing term for oceanic element budgets?
Rare Earth Elements are less and less natural tracers in the ocean
Revelations from the dissolved 226Ra-228Ra pair distribution in the South East Pacific Ocean
Shelf sediment dissolved iron source via non-reductive dissolution in the Gulf of Alaska
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
The impact of the different sources of iron on the ability of the ocean to absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide: reversing the paradigm?
The Scottish shelf break is not a significant source of iron to North Atlantic surface waters

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