Algae iron fertilization preserves the ocean ecosystem. Algae iron fertilization preserves the ocean ecosystem because the process separates the iron deposits from the natural resources this is used for the study of bacteria. Such a separation of the iron deposits from the algae gives scientists a broader view the ecosystem.
No, iron fertilization to grow algae blooms does not preserve ocean ecosystems, because exactly what iron fertilization does is interfere with ocean ecosystems. Iron fertilization has a different purpose, that is to combat global warming, and as effective it is for that, nevertheless it is an interference into the ecosystem of the ocean.