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Scientists stuffing in Antarctic waters 20 tons of iron sulphate

January 11 2009

In Antarctic waters scientists throw in 20 tons of iron sulphate. So, here they want to fight global warming. This experiment was conducted under a special program and will be the sixth such studies in Antarctic waters since 1993. Scientists have found that iron sulfate causes increased growth and proliferation of microscopic algae, which in the course of his life taken away from the atmosphere, carbon dioxide.

The only thing scientists fear - it's unpredictable effects on ocean ecosystems. Most countries have refused to conduct such studies, but, despite numerous protests, scientists from Germany and India are not going to stop, reports RSN.

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