Authors present a comprehensive review of iron and iron isotope sources, internal cycling, and sinks in the ocean.
Homoky and co-workers determined the isotope composition of dissolved iron profiles in shallow surface sediments of the South Atlantic Uruguayan margin…
Three GEOTRACES Japanese cruises on board the R/V Hakuho Maru allowed establishing basin-scale and full-depth sectional distributions of total dissolvable iron (tdFe), dissolved iron (dFe), and labile particulate iron (lpFe=tdFe […]
Radium isotopes are used to demonstrate that make the Congo the most significant riverine source of iron to the South Atlantic.
For the first time, labile and total particulate iron (pFe) isotopic signatures were measured along a full depth oceanographic section (more than 200 0.8-51 µm-sized particles) in the Eastern Pacific […]
Assessing the processes leading to dissolved iron (dFe) isotope fractionation in a hydrothermal plume is a key question, because it allows a better characterization of this specific source of dFe […]
Abadie and co-workers propose new dissolved iron concentration and isotopic composition distributions (DFe and ICFe respectively) along the Bonus-Goodhope IPY section (GIPY4), in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean. […]
The reliability of the GEOTRACES data products including the eGEOTRACES Electronic Atlas is strongly related to the quality of the data acquired by the different laboratories contributing to this international effort. A […]
Two process studies (2008 and 2012) designed to study temporal changes in the biogeochemical cycling of iron (Fe), provide in situ results for dissolved and particulate Fe (DFe and PFe) […]
A detailed study of the dissolved and particulate iron (Fe) concentrations and isotopes off the Papua New Guinea coast is proposed. Regarding the sources, iron isotopic composition (δ56Fe) values reveal […]