Glaciers contribute significant iron to North Atlantic Ocean

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A new study by biogeochemists identifies a large, unexpected source of iron to the North Atlantic -- meltwater from glaciers and ice sheets, which may stimulate plankton growth during spring and summer. This source is likely to increase as melting of the Greenland ice sheet escalates under a warming climate....
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