Researchers swim in unison on ocean iron fertilisation

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Leading academic bodies set out plans for wide-ranging ocean fertilisation research

A selection of academic institutions have come together to form a research group to explore the possibility of seeding the oceans with iron filings as part of an attempt to boost the ocean's ability to...

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