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How Desert Dust Feeds the World's Oceans

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Photo of the CTD/rosette that contains sampling bottles and instruments.

At every degree of longitude, CLIVAR researchers deployed the conductivity-temperature-depth (CTD)/rosette, a contraption consisting of cylindrical sampling bottles attached to a metal framework that also housed instruments for measuring temperature, salinity and depth. Samples retrieved from the rosette were taken to the mobile lab for processing.

Credit: Dan Park, Scripps Institution of Oceanography


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Photo of 20-foot cargo container that houses the trace-metals laboratory

Researchers led by University of Hawaii oceanography professor Chris Measures headed to the seas to study trace metals in the oceans at the source. At sea, the trace-metals laboratory is housed in a portable, modified 20-foot cargo container.

Credit: Pien Huang, Scripps Institution of Oceanography


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Photo of Maxime Grand, a PhD student at the University of Hawaii, taking seawater samples.

Maxime Grand, a doctoral student at the University of Hawaii, takes seawater samples. While on the rosette, the bottles are closed in sequence as they ascend, ensuring clean water samples at different depths.

Credit: Dan Park, Scripps Institution of Oceanography


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