Iron Seeding Of The Pacific Ocean May Have Played A Role In Global Climate Change

Share Tweet Pin +1Shares 0 A Texas A&M University research team has examined a 100,000-year-old ocean core and found that there have been at least eight occurrences of iron penetrating the Pacific Ocean, each likely associated with abrupt global climate change over thousands of years. Texas A&M scientists Franco Marcantonio, Matthew Loveley and Marilyn Wisler, … Continue reading Iron Seeding Of The Pacific Ocean May Have Played A Role In Global Climate Change