Dust Storm in Australia Leads to Life Explosion

The red dust storm that dumped thousands of tons of soil across eastern Australia  has caused an explosion in microscopic life in Sydney Harbor and beyond.Researchers  say that the  finding validates plans to increase fish stocks to feed some of the world’s poorest people using ocean fertilization.Scientists also opined that the idea of  enriching oceans with nitrogen will also aid the fight against climate change.

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I am Rashid Aziz Faridi ,Writer, Teacher and a Voracious Reader.
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2 Responses to Dust Storm in Australia Leads to Life Explosion

  1. Hmmm, it might also lead to algal blooms which in turn cause dead zones. I don’t think this proves anything…yet.


  2. StephanJade says:

    Nice article you got here. I’d like to read something more about that topic.


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