Organic complexation of cobalt across the Antarctic Polar Front in the Southern Ocean
There is compelling evidence to demonstrate that phytoplankton in major regions of the world's oceans are limited by the availability of certain trace elements, notably iron. Cobalt concentrations in open-ocean waters generally range between 10 and 120 pmol L-1 but such levels were not thought to limit phytoplankton growth. Herein, we present data for total dissolved cobalt and cobalt-complexing ligands for two stations located south (station 200) and north (station 204) of the Antarctic Polar...[Show more]
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