GEOTRACES

An International Study of the Marine Biogeochemical Cycles of Trace Elements and Isotopes

News

Third GEOTRACES Summer School – Postponed!

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we regret to announce that the 3rd GEOTRACES Summer School has been postponed to boreal summer 2022 (dates to be announced).

Fukushima Dai-ichi and the Ocean: 10 years of study and insight – Virtual event

Fukushima and the ocean event on March 4th – two virtual panels, both at 7:30 pm, one timed for Tokyo with the second for the U.S. East Coast.

JGR: Oceans is seeking editors with GEOTRACES expertise

JGR-Oceans is looking for additional editors, specifically with GEOTRACES expertise. Deadline for applications is 28 February 2021.

GEOTRACES tribute to Dr. Thomas M. Church

It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the passing of Dr. Thomas M. Church on 11 February 2021 due to complications from COVID-19.

Follow GEOTRACES SWINGS expedition live!

Every week a new article of the Exploreur Journal will reveal the science, the scientific team and the daily life on board of this fascinating expedition in the Southern Ocean!

GEOTRACES sessions at ASLO 2021

Submit an abstract before 12 March 2021!

Science Highlights

Spatial and temporal variability of bioactive trace metals, speciation and organic metal-binding ligands in the eastern Gulf of Mexico

Mellett and Buck present the concentrations of bioactive trace metals (Fe, Cu, Mn, Zn, Co, Ni, Cd, and Pb), Fe-and Cu-binding organic ligands, and electroactive Fe-binding humic substances in the eastern Gulf of Mexico.

Thorium-Protactinium fate across the tropical Atlantic Ocean: what reveals the water column-sediment coupling

Twenty seawater profiles and twenty core-top 231-protactinium and 230-thorium analyses were realised by Ng and colleagues along five depth transects across the northern tropical Atlantic open ocean.

Constraining Oceanic Copper Cycling through Artificial Intelligence and Ocean Circulation Inverse Model

Using available observations of dissolved copper, artificial neural networks, and an ocean circulation inverse model, authors calculated a global estimate of the 3-dimensional distribution and cycling of dissolved copper in the ocean.

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