Controls on iron distributions in the deep water column of the North Pacific Ocean: Iron(III) hydroxide solubility and marine humic‐type dissolved organic matter

@inproceedings{Kitayama2009ControlsOI,
  title={Controls on iron distributions in the deep water column of the North Pacific Ocean: Iron(III) hydroxide solubility and marine humic‐type dissolved organic matter},
  author={Saori Kitayama and K Manoj Kuma and Eri Manabe and Koji Sugie and Hyoe Takata and Yutaka Isoda and Kenji Toya and Sei-ichi Saitoh and Shigeru Takagi and Yoshihiko Kamei and Keiichiro Sakaoka},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Dissolved Fe in the western and central North Pacific Ocean was characterized by surface depletion, middepth maxima and, below that, a slight decrease with depth similar to the vertical distributions of nutrients, apparent oxygen utilization, Fe(III) hydroxide solubility, and humic-type fluorescence (H-flu) intensity. Dissolved Fe concentrations ([D-Fe], <0.22-μm fraction) in the deep water column were one-half lower in the central region (0.3–0.6 nM) than the western region (0.5–1.2 nM… CONTINUE READING

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