MIT Chemical Oceanography, Trace Metal Group

This research group works on trace metals and trace metal isotope ratios in the oceans, estuaries, rivers, and ice cores. Trace metals are used as probes of the modern ocean (e.g., Pb and Fe biogeochemistry of the ocean) and as tracers of the past operation of the ocean (e.g., Cd in corals and foraminifera).

NEWS: Urey Medal, people moving on to new positions

MITESS: Moored In-Situ Trace Element Serial Sampler

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