|Substantial iron sequestration during green-clay authigenesis in modern deep-sea sediments|Baldermann, A.; Warr, L.N.; Letofsky-Papst, I.; Mavromatis, V. (2015). Substantial iron sequestration during green-clay authigenesis in modern deep-sea sediments. Nature Geoscience 8(11): 885–889. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/ngeo2542
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- Baldermann, A.
- Warr, L.N.
- Letofsky-Papst, I.
- Mavromatis, V.
Pyrite formation has been considered a key iron sink in organic-rich marine sediments. Analyses of sediments from the Ivory Coast–Ghana Marginal Ridge demonstrate that iron can be buried at greater rates during green-clay formation.