ocean iron and CO2

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Subject: ocean iron and CO2
From: Paul Taylor <>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2011 19:17:53 +1000
On 18/04/2011 2:48 PM, Michael Hunter wrote:
While on the subject, what happened to the theory that sprinkling enormous 
quantities of iron filings onto the surface of the sea would create a huge 
phytoplankton bloom and thus remove copious quantities of carbon dioxide from 
the atmosphere?

I was wondering the same thing, and found this Wikipedia page with the current
state of play:


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