Natural Iron Fertilization Influences Deep-Sea Ecosystems Off the Crozet Islands

ScienceDaily (July 7, 2011) – Geo-engineering schemes aimed at tackling global warming through artificial iron fertilisation of the oceans would significantly affect deep-sea ecosystems, according to research involving scientists from the United Kingdom’s National Oceanography Centre (NOC) as well as former Ocean and Earth Science research students of the University of Southampton, which is based at the Centre.

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Natural Iron Fertilization Influences Deep-Sea Ecosystems Off the Crozet Islands