New Special Issue! Organic Ligands in Marine Trace Metal Biogeochemistry

The special issue in Frontiers in Marine Research highlighting the most recent accomplishments of a Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) Working Group, SCOR WG 139: Organic Ligands – A Key Control on Trace Metal Biogeochemistry in the Ocean is now available!

18 Organic ligands

Frontiers in Marine Research (December 2017)

Organic Ligands in Marine Trace Metal Biogeochemistry
Edited by Kristen N. Buck, Maeve C. Lohan, Sylvia G. Sander, Christel Hassler and Ivanka Pižeta

Reference: Buck, K. N., Lohan, M. C., Sander, S. G., Hassler, C., Pižeta, I., eds. (2017). Organic Ligands in Marine Trace Metal Biogeochemistry. Lausanne: Frontiers Media. doi: 10.3389/978-2-88945-376-4

The issue includes the following papers:

1. Introduction

  • Editorial: Organic Ligands—A Key Control on Trace Metal Biogeochemistry in the Ocean Kristen N. Buck, Maeve C. Lohan, Sylvia G. Sander, Christel Hassler and Ivanka Pižeta

2. Methodological Advances

  • An Intercomparison of Dissolved Iron Speciation at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study (BATS) Site: Results from GEOTRACES Crossover Station A Kristen N. Buck, Loes J. A. Gerringa and Micha J. A. Rijkenberg
  • Determination of the Side-Reaction Coefficient of Desferrioxamine B in Trace-Metal-Free Seawater Johan Schijf and Shannon M. Burns
  • Fe- and Cu-Complex Formation with Artificial Ligands Investigated by Ultra-High Resolution Fourier-Transform ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry (FT-ICR-MS): Implications for Natural Metal-Organic Complex Studies Hannelore Waska, Andrea Koschinsky and Thorsten Dittmar
  • Identification of Metallophores and Organic Ligands in the Chemosphere of the Marine Macroalga Ulva (Chlorophyta) and at Land-Sea Interfaces Thomas Wichard
  • Evaluation of Immobilized Metal-Ion Affinity Chromatography and Electrospray Ionization Tandem Mass Spectrometry for Recovery and Identification of Copper(II)-Binding Ligands in Seawater Using the Model Ligand 8-Hydroxyquinoline Richard L. Nixon and Andrew R. S. Ross

3. Iron-binding ligands

3.1. Sources

  • Ferrioxamine Siderophores Detected amongst Iron Binding Ligands Produced during the Remineralization of Marine Particles Imelda B. Velasquez, Enitan Ibisanmi, Elizabeth W. Maas, Philip W. Boyd Scott Nodder and Sylvia G. Sander
  • Iron-Binding Ligands in the Southern California Current System: Mechanistic Studies Randelle M. Bundy, Mingshun Jiang, Melissa Carter and Katherine A. Barbeau
  • First Evaluation of the Role of Salp Fecal Pellets on Iron Biogeochemistry Damien J. E. Cabanes, Louiza Norman, Juan Santos-Echeandía, Morten H. Iversen, Scarlett Trimborn, Luis M. Laglera and Christel S. Hassler

3.2. New links between iron, viruses and ligands

  • Phytoplankton Virus Production Negatively Affected by Iron Limitation Hans A. Slagter, Loes J. A. Gerringa and Corina P. D. Brussaard
  • The Ferrojan Horse Hypothesis: Iron-Virus Interactions in the Ocean Chelsea Bonnain, Mya Breitbart and Kristen N. Buck

3.3. Emerging paradigms

  • Toward a Regional Classification to Provide a More Inclusive Examination of the Ocean Biogeochemistry of Iron-Binding Ligands Christel S. Hassler, Constant M. G. van den Berg and Philip W. Boyd
  • A Compilation of Iron Speciation Data for Open Oceanic Waters Salvatore Caprara, Kristen N. Buck, Loes J. A. Gerringa, Micha J. A. Rijkenberg and Damiano Monticelli

4. Copper speciation and cycling

  • Structural Characterization of Natural Nickel and Copper Binding Ligands along the US GEOTRACES Eastern Pacific Zonal Transect Rene M. Boiteau, Claire P. Till, Angel Ruacho, Randelle M. Bundy, Nicholas J. Hawco, Amy M. McKenna, Katherine A. Barbeau, Kenneth W. Bruland, Mak A. Saito and Daniel J. Repeta
  • Using 67Cu to Study the Biogeochemical Cycling of Copper in the Northeast Subarctic Pacific Ocean David M. Semeniuk, Randelle M. Bundy, Anna M. Posacka, Marie Robert, Katherine A. Barbeau and Maria T. Maldonado
  • Chemical Speciation of Copper in a Salt Marsh Estuary and Bioavailability to Thaumarchaeota Hannah Whitby, James T. Hollibaugh and Constant M. G. van den Berg

5. Distribution studies of metal-binding organic ligands

  • Distribution and Speciation of Dissolved Iron in Jiaozhou Bay (Yellow Sea, China) Han Su, Rujun Yang, Ivanka Pižeta, Dario Omanović, Shirong Wang and Yan Li
  • Fe-Binding Dissolved Organic Ligands in the Oxic and Suboxic Waters of the Black Sea Loes J. A. Gerringa, Micha J. A. Rijkenberg, Johann Bown, Andrew R. Margolin, Patrick Laan and Hein J. W. de Baar
  • Voltammetric Investigation of Hydrothermal Iron Speciation Charlotte Kleint, Jeffrey A. Hawkes, Sylvia G. Sander and Andrea Koschinsky
  • Dissolved Zn and its speciation in the northeastern Indian Ocean and the Andaman Sea Taejin Kim, Hajime Obata and Toshitaka Gamo

6. Trace metal speciation in a changing ocean

  • Influence of Ocean Acidification on the Organic Complexation of Iron and Copper in Northwest European Shelf Seas; a Combined Observational and Model Study Lizeth Avendaño, Martha Gledhill, Eric P. Achterberg, Victoire M. C. Rérolle and Christian Schlosser
  • Toward a Quality-Controlled and Accessible Pitzer Model for Seawater and Related Systems David R. Turner, Eric P. Achterberg, Chen-Tung A. Chen, Simon L. Clegg, Vanessa Hatje, Maria T. Maldonado, Sylvia G. Sander, Constant M. G. van den Berg and Mona Wells