Plankton growth at the shelf break front
Following seawater pathways to help predict climate changes
Spiraling eddies offer conduits to food in the ocean twilight zone
Scientists focus on seams in the ocean called 'fronts'
A rise in radium in the ocean signals changes along the coast
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