Science

This section presents the GEOTRACES scientific activities.

 

Dominance of the benthic flux of rare earth elements on continental shelves

Deng and his colleagues focus on one of the largest land–ocean interfaces in Asia, the Changjiang River–East China Sea system.

30.08.2022

Linear correlation between Dissolved Gaseous Mercury and Dissolved Inorganic Carbon opens new modelling perspectives

Živković and his colleagues led a close study of the mercury speciation along the 40°S GEOTRACES section.

Radium and barium tracers as bridges between GEOSECS and GEOTRACES programmes!

van Beek and his colleagues released radium-226 and barium data collected in the North Pacific in 2002.

29.07.2022

High resolution of dissolved and particulate barium distributions in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean reveal the importance of the margin sources on the oceanic barium budget

Rahman and co-workers performed intensive samplings and analyses of barium along the GEOTRACES GA03 and GP16 transects.

06.07.2022

Insight on the aluminium cycling during the inter-monsoon period in the Arabian Sea and Equatorial Indian Ocean

Full vertical water column profiles were established by Singh and Singh along the GI05 transect in the Indian Ocean during the fall inter-monsoon period in 2015.

05.07.2022

The most important thorium-234 disequilibrium compilation you ever saw

Elena Ceballos-Romero and her colleagues propose a comprehensive global oceanic compilation of Thorium-234 measurements.

23.06.2022

Machine learning approach led to the first iron climatology

Huang and co-workers propose the first data-driven surface-to-seafloor dissolved iron climatology.

21.06.2022

Distributions, boundary inputs, and scavenging processes of trace metals in the East Sea (Japan Sea)

Seo and his colleagues show pronounced atmospheric and shelf inputs of trace elements in the Japan Sea.

14.06.2022

New trace metal data in the Seas of Japan and Okhotsk

Nakaguchi and colleagues realized full-depth and section distributions of traces metals collected from the Seas of Japan and Okhotsk.

24.05.2022

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