Searching for cadmium in the ocean: Marine scientists investigate micro-nutrients in the Atlantic

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They are invisible and very difficult to measure but no life in the oceans would be possible without them. They are trace metals, such as cadmium, copper or iron, dissolved in seawater. Their precise origin and distribution in the world’s ocean, in particular in the deep sea, are not well known. Now, an international research program aims to close this gap of knowledge....
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