Brief descriptionThis research facilitated Australian leadership in the new international GEOTRACES program (www.geotraces.org), studying a wide range of chemical, physical and biological processes involved in the cycling and supply of trace elements and their isotopes (TEIs) in the ocean, and their sensitivity to changing environmental and climatic conditions. The GEOTRACES survey gp13 was the first to map the three-dimensional distribution of of TEIs in the southwest Pacific Ocean, and conducted experiments to understand their sources, sinks and internal cycling.
This dataset sourced from the GEOTRACES data portal includes copper, cadmium, iron, manganese, lead and zinc concentration measurements at depths up to 6000 m.
Andrew Bowie, IMAS
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EARTH SCIENCE | National Facility External Users: A. Bowie (ACE CRC) Australasian GEOTRACES | OCEAN CHEMISTRY | OCEANS | Research Voyage: SS2011_V02 | SeaVoX salt and fresh water body gazetteer | Trace Elements | Tasman Sea | oceans |
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