Orgainic iron (III) speciation in surface transects across a frontal zone: the Chatham Rise, New Zealand
Iron (Fe) is a critical nutrient in marine systems and the organic complexation of Fe is a central factor of the marine biogeochemistry of Fe. In the present study, total dissolved Fe and its organic speciation were measured in filtered seawater samples (<0.2 ?m) collected along three surface transects across the subtropical (ST) front, east of New Zealand, in austral spring (October 2000). Total dissolved Fe concentrations were low (∼0.1 nm) in the subantarctic (SA) waters. The highest Fe...[Show more]
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