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“Staff shortage is a reality and we have approached the local administration several times. led to disruptions, They are very presentable, the house owner, and has expressed its desire to arrest them. the German oceanographer who led the expedition along with Victor?WajihNaqvi an Indian geochemist says that result means that iron fertilization has a much lower sequestration potential for atmospheric CO2 and thus will play a smaller role in fightingclimate changethan previously expected In a statement published after the experiment was completed the Alfred Wegener Institute where Smetacek works said the results "dampened hopes on the potential of the Southern Ocean to sequester significant amounts of carbon dioxide and thus mitigate global warming" Smetacek tells ScienceInsider that he based the 1-gigaton estimate on the availability of nitrogen nutrients found throughout the Southern Ocean Little phytoplankton grows there despite plenty of available food Scientists thought that by providing iron a trace element required for growth they could create large plankton blooms and draw down atmospheric carbon dioxide (Iron fertilization enthusiasts focus on the Southern Ocean because other seas have much more natural algae so growing blooms might just foster growth that would have happened anyway) The kind of algae Smetacek managed to grow were plankton without shells Previous iron fertilization experiments had grown diatoms which have glass shells that protect them from predators Few diatoms grew in Smetacek’s bloom because he fertilized waters that had low levels of silicon which is required for their shells So not surprisingly the plankton that Smetacek grew were devoured by the crustaceans in the area "The system is more complex than people thought—including me" says Smetacek "The amount of carbon that you can sink into the Southern Ocean is much less than I expected" Fifteen previous iron-fertilization experiments though smaller had shown generally more promising results His experiment he says effectively rules out the northern half of the Southern Ocean as a potential site for iron fertilization But biogeochemist Kenneth Coale director of Moss Landing Marine Laboratories in California estimates that the silicon-rich southern part of the Southern Ocean would deliver up to twice as much potential carbon sequestration as the northern area Smetacek fertilized in large part because of the diatoms and associated ecosystem dynamics The predators that eat diatoms it turns out have large waste pellets that sink rapidly Coale warns that calling iron fertilization a failed strategy on the basis of an experiment in low-silicon waters is just as unwise as declaring the technique a home run after a successful experiment would have been "I would be reluctant to extrapolate from any one experiment anything having to do with the efficacy of iron fertilization as a carbon-sequestration strategy" says Coale Another scientist Margaret Leinen is the head of a company Climos that is hoping to commercialize iron fertilization to gain carbon credits at sea The former head of geosciences at the National Science Foundation she says the 1-gigaton-a-year figure for atmospheric CO2 was based on paleoclimate records Chemical analyses of ocean cores show that the Southern Ocean drew down at least that much CO2 millions of years ago during glacial periods "In the paleorecord we find a lockstep correlation between the amount of [phytoplankton growing] and temperature" says Coale Smetacek had actually tried to find an area of ocean that would feature diatoms Levels of silicon are generally higher south of 50° latitude But Smetacek says the German government asked him to stay north of that line due to a treaty called CCAMLR designed to protect marine species in the Southern Ocean Part of that restriction was no doubt connected to the fact that the LOHAFEX mission was controversial from the start drawing criticism both from environmentalists and from the German environmental ministry So Smetacek says he had to settle on a patch at 48° south latitudeWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Published: May 15 2012 11:07 am Related News All set to kickstart her next film – – ‘3G’ opposite Neil Nitin MukeshSonal Chauhan is prepping rigorously for her role The film will be shot in Fiji and the cast and crew will be in Fiji for about 2 months As part of her preparation for her characterSonal has just completed her swimming training and is all set to take on scuba diving as well Being a non swimmershe underwent a very strict and regimented training routine for the past few months The training is an essential part of her character model and she is putting her best foot forward to make it work Says a source”What’s ironic is the fact that Sonal was hydro phobic ever since she was a child and would completely avoid stepping into the water But she didn’t want a stunt double to do any of her scenes in ‘3G’ and thus decided to take her fear head on She started the initial bit of training with a world renowned scuba training instructor and will be completing the remainder of her training in Fiji She’s totally committed to making this work for her and her character” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: September 14 2016 10:03 pm The students taking photos of objects that made them happy became more reflective and appreciative (Source: Thinkstock images) Top News Taking smiling selfies with your smartphone and sharing them with your friends can help make you a happier person say computer scientists at the University of California Irvine “This study shows that sometimes our gadgets can offer benefits to users” said senior author Gloria Mark Professor of Informatics “Our research showed that practicing exercises that can promote happiness via smartphone picture taking and sharing can lead to increased positive feelings for those who engage in it” lead author Yu Chen a post-doctoral scholar added By conducting exercises via smartphone photo technology and gauging users’ psychological and emotional states the researchers found that the daily taking and sharing of certain types of images can positively affect people Chen and her colleagues designed and conducted a four-week study involving 41 college students The participants — 28 female and 13 male — were instructed to continue their normal day-to-day activities (going to class doing schoolwork meeting with friends etc) while taking part in the research Each was invited to the informatics lab for an informal interview and to fill out a general questionnaire and consent form The scientists helped students load a survey app onto their phones to document their moods during the first “control” week of the study Participants used a different app to take photos and record their emotional states over the following three-week “intervention” phase The project involved three types of photos to help the researchers determine how smiling reflecting and giving to others might impact users’ moods The first was a selfie to be taken daily while smiling The second was an image of something that made the photo taker happy The third was a picture of something the photographer believed would bring happiness to another person (which was then sent to that person) Participants were randomly assigned to take photos of one type Researchers collected nearly 2900 mood measurements during the study and found that subjects in all three groups experienced increased positive moods Some participants in the selfie group reported becoming more confident and comfortable with their smiling photos over time said the study published in the journal Psychology of Well-Being The students taking photos of objects that made them happy became more reflective and appreciative And those who took photos to make others happy became calmer and said that the connection to their friends and family helped relieve 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