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The Ocean, Dust and a Really, Really, Really Clean Lab.

Gonzalo Carrasco is a postdoc. working in Ed Boyle's Lab. His main interests are the study of trace metals of biogeochemical importance, focusing on their concentration, chemical speciation and isotopic fractionation in water, sediments and biological records, aiming at understanding their biogeochemical cycles.

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