Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP190103504]

Researchers: Andrew Bowie (Chief Investigator) ,  Bowie, Andrew (Chief Investigator) ,  Bowie, Andrew, Dr (Chief Investigator) ,  Bowie, Andrew, Dr (Chief Investigator) ,  Chase, Zanna (Chief Investigator)
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Brief description Dust to the ocean: Does it really increase productivity? This project aims to investigate the relationship between dust deposition and marine productivity. This project will quantify dust deposition to the ocean and its chemical and ecological impact by using new geochemical techniques and novel approaches with autonomous ocean sensors. Expected outcomes of this project include improved estimates of dust deposition to the ocean and the development of globally-applicable methods for quantifying the link between dust and biology using profiling floats. This should provide significant benefits such as improved dust models used to predict future changes in nutrient deposition, with implications for predicting future ocean fish production and carbon uptake.

Funding Amount $470,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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