New paper in Nature Communications

We would like sharing with all of you this huge achievement of our ECCALab team and all the collaborators, co-authors, assistants, and professionals who participated in the different stages of this study, from the planification and logistic of the research cruises, analyzes, etc. Today our work was finally published in Nature communications, where we have done an important contribution to know how the marine anoxic zones (AMZs) works, such as the one we find in waters off the north of Chile and south of Peru, especially in aspects associated with the carbon chemistry. Congratulations to the whole team!

Look at the article here: