Data from a long-distance research cruise provide new insights into carbon cycling in the eastern Pacific and Southern Oceans.
The radiocarbon signal of DOC with depth across the Pacific Ocean basin effectively supports a number of important theories that have been suggested over the years.
A new study suggests that shifting ocean currents drive faster carbon dioxide uptake.
Prevailing nutrient uptake models do not fit Arctic plants. Scientists test a new option that overcomes older models’ shortcomings.
Researchers uncover new insights into the life cycle of water in the Antarctic region by measuring noble gas concentrations.
Scientists probe the Pacific to determine how far the damage from one of the largest nuclear meltdowns in history extends.
A study of the natural cycle of mercury reveals that humans are to blame for a five- to sixfold increase in the oceanic concentrations of the potentially toxic element.
A new model makes a direct estimate of contaminants in submarine groundwater discharge.