First of its kind robotic survey of underside of sea ice floes reveals denser ice fringing the continent.
"On cue, at the time of fertilization, we see the egg release thousands of packages, each dumping a million zinc atoms, and then it's quiet," says Thomas V. O'Halloran. "Then there is another burst of zinc release. Each egg has four or five of these periodic sparks.
- Published in Sci & Tech