The resource has been added to your collection
Observed from the surface, winds, tides, and currents are the dominant forces driving ocean mixing and the circulation of heat, nutrients, and gases across the globe. Below the surface, however, another source of mixing energy is required. The combined research of bioengineers and oceanographers shows that even small swimming organisms play an important role in ocean mixing, especially within the mid-layers of the ocean.
Not Rated Yet.