GEOTRACES

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

News

The Australian GEOTRACES GS05 team makes half century

Hard-working voyagers reach a milestone in the Southern Ocean.

GEOTRACES Sessions, Booth and related Events – OSM2024

Do not miss the GEOTRACES Events at 2024 Ocean Sciences Meeting!

Less than 3 months to the IDP2025 guaranteed inclusion DEADLINE!  

Deadline for guaranteed inclusion is 15 May 2024!

2024 Call for Applications for the GEOTRACES Early Career Scientist Committee

Deadline for applications is 1st of April 2024.

US GEOTRACES cruise in the Southern Ocean successfully completed

This cruise completed the GEOTRACES section GP17. Congratulations US GEOTRACES!

GEOTRACES: helping to build trace element and isotope measurement capacity around the world

Since the start of the programme, experienced GEOTRACES researchers have been sharing their knowledge with many nations.

Science Highlights

Strong lithogenic imprints in the Indian Ocean waters

Ueki and co-authors reported the first sectional distributions of zirconium, hafnium and niobium along a north-source track in the Indian Ocean.

The development of the modern Antarctic Circumpolar Current occurred much later than previously thought!

This study is challenging the belief that the onset of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current was solely triggered by the opening and deepening of Southern Ocean Gateways.

A dynamic iron cycle in Peru

Gu and colleagues explore the temporal variation of iron over 11 cruises along the Peruvian shelf.

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