Biogeochemical floats provide an improved picture of ocean mixing and oxygen movement in the North Atlantic Ocean.
In freshwater vegetation flats upstream of the Chesapeake, chemical reactions create molecules that raise pH levels in the bay.
A new measurement technique has revealed that turf algae communities colonizing dead reefs have a dual role, adding new mineral material to the reefs during the day and taking it away at night.
Ocean eddies may help recycle nutrients within giant current systems that encircle “desert” surface waters.
Advances in technology and modeling capabilities are driving a surge in progress in our understanding of how ocean ecosystems mix and mingle on medium to small scales.
A new special issue of JGR: Oceans and JGR: Atmospheres presents new insights into the dynamics of dense water formation in the western Mediterranean Sea and its biogeochemical consequences.
Widespread declines in ocean oxygen concentrations are now being reported with authors offering quite different explanations. Which ones are correct?
Evolving and Sustaining Oceans Best Practices Workshop; Paris, France, 15–17 November 2017
Subsurface measurements of nitrogen and oxygen isotope ratios in nitrate reveal a predominantly southern hemisphere supply of nitrate to the equatorial Pacific.