An international group of scientists participating in a climate field experiment has documented widespread pollution covering about 10 million square kilometers of the tropical Indian Ocean -- roughly the same area as the continental United States. The finding raises serious questions about what impact the extensive pollution is having on climate processes and on marine life in the ocean below.
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