A magnetic approach to unravelling the paleoenvironmental significance of nanometer-sized Fe hydroxide in NW Pacific ferromanganese deposits
Ferromanganese nodules and crusts (Fe-Mn deposits) are being widely explored for their significant economic potential and paleoenvironmentally significant archives. Fe-Mn deposits contain abundant Fe-bearing minerals including detrital minerals, biogenic Fe-bearing components, but predominantly amorphous Fe hydroxides (AFH). Particularly, the hydrogenetic Fe that is formed in bottom water should be closely related with oceanic environmental and Fe-cycling processes. However, it remains...[Show more]
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