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Chemistry of the Great Big Blue: Nutrients

Chemistry of the Great Big Blue, marine science, Natural Science, Ocean of Pseudoscience Week, Science, toxicologySeptember 7, 2010

The Great Big Blue looks like it contains nothing but water and maybe a little salt, especially out in the open ocean. However, this kind of sparse environment is exactly where the chemistry matters the most – it’s a fine line between not enough, too much, and just right. Given this, there’s no distinct myth […]