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Ocean fertilization study calls in to question the science behind it

Almost a year after the Haida experiment, ocean fertilization is still struggling to find an acceptance amongst academics around the world.


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Georgia Institute of Technology earth sciences professor Ellery Ingall travelled to Antartica to study how ocean fertilization works. His work questions if it actually does at all. (photo courtesy of the George Institute of Technology)

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