Researchers publish results of iron ocean fertilization experiment

From the Alfred Wegener Institute and the what took you so long department comes this interesting result. Carbon sequestration via algal blooms that sink to the sea floor after expiring – just add iron. The results, which were published in the scientific journal Nature, provide a valuable contribution to a better understanding of the global…

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NOAA’s compendium of climate catastrophe

From the NOAA “Oceans and Human Health Initiative” website and press release, comes this warning that the algae, Moroccan dust, desertification, bacteria, bad seafood, heavy rainfall, old sewers, climate change is gonna get ya. Climate projections show human health impacts possible within 30 years New studies demonstrate potential increases in waterborne toxins and microbes A…