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» 1999 Article in WHOI annual report on Ocean Iron Fertilization

» Antarctic Research and Support Vessels
Supplied by John Rutherford

» Greenpeace report-A scientific critique of oceanic iron fertilization as a climate change mitigation strategy

» Iron Fertilization in the Ocean for Climate Mitigation: Legal, Economic, and Environmental Challenges by the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University

» Regulation of CO2 Sequestration submitted by the World Conservation Union

» Statement of Concern from the London Convention Scientific Group regarding iron fertilization

» Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter...

» Statement by J. Rutherford on New Zealand Iron Sources and Opportunities

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» Lohafex provides new insights on plankton ecology
 

» Nature Blog "Results cast doubt on potential ?climate fix? "

Resources & links

We want to make available various resources on a broad range of topics related to ocean iron fertilization, C mitigation, and climate change, especially those not available in the open literature. One way we will do this is to post materials from the participants list that you want us to make available.Send these as a single pdf to Mary Zawoysky (mzawoysky@whoi.edu), and give us a short title/description we can use on this web site.We also will post urls to web sites that you consider informative to the discussion.Again send us your ideas for new urls to add and a short title/header for each.

We do not claim any responsibility or endorsement for the content of these materials or links, but hope that this page can serve as a resource to the community.

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I. Resources from participants (files linked on right of this page)

1999 Article in WHOI annual report on Ocean Iron Fertilization

Antarctic Research and Support Vessels Supplied by J. Rutherford

Iron Fertilization in the Ocean for Climate Mitigation: Legal, Economic, and Environmental Challenges by the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University

Statement of Concern from the London Convention Scientific Group regarding iron fertilization

Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter...

Statement by J. Rutherford on New Zealand Iron Sources and Opportunities

II. Related links

Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum

Environmental Defense blog on Climate Change

IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

Ken Buesseler’s web site pages on Ocean Iron Fertilization- links, papers, talks

Oceanus article by Hugh Powell: Fertilizing the Ocean with Iron: Should we add iron to the sea to reduce greenhouse gases in the air?

MIT Carbon Capture and Sequestration Technologies home page

NASA Ocean Color site

Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry

Ocean Productivity

Palomar College story on John Martin’s iron hypothesis

PICES Advisory Panel on Ocean Iron Fertilization

Point Carbon home page

Real Climate blog on ocean iron fertilization from May 2, 2007

ScienceDaily web piece from June 2007 on ocean iron fertilization

Southern Ocean Iron Experiment (SOFeX) home page 

TerraPass C offset web site piece on ocean iron fertilization

US Climate Change Technology Program

 



Last updated: May 7, 2008
 


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