Australian wildfires triggered massive algal blooms in Southern Ocean

April 26th, 2022

Ur All News,, 25/04/2022
Clouds of smoke and ash from wildfires that ravaged Australia in 2019 and 2020 triggered widespread algal blooms in the Southern Ocean hundred of miles downwind to the east, a brand new Duke University-led research by a global group of scientists finds. […] Cassar and Richard Matear of Australia’s nationwide science company, CSIRO, had been corresponding authors of the research, which was performed by researchers from the University of Tasmania, Duke, the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, the CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere program, and the Plymouth Marine Laboratory.

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