Xu and colleagues investigated the isotopic composition of dissolved neodymium and hafnium along the entire salinity gradient of the Amazon estuary.
Understanding the key processes that condition the net input of chemical species to the ocean is an important challenge…
Hayes and colleagues have combined data to estimate how important North African dust could be as a source of iron to the Gulf of Mexico.
In this study, radium is used as a tracer for the waters of the Amazon that mix with those of the Atlantic Ocean.
Learn about new discoveries done combining seawater Rare Earth Elements concentrations and direct physical oceanographic observations
A new study found that freshwater runoff from rivers and continental shelf sediments are bringing significant quantities of carbon and trace elements into parts of the Arctic Ocean
Radium isotopes are used to demonstrate that make the Congo the most significant riverine source of iron to the South Atlantic.
Dissolved and particulate barium (Ba) were investigated in samples that were collected in six periods of contrasting water discharge over two years (2012 and 2013) by Saumik and Dalai (2016, […]