Coupled Dynamics of Iron and Phosphorus in Sediments of an Oligotrophic Coastal Basin and the Impact of Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane

@inproceedings{Slomp2013CoupledDO,
  title={Coupled Dynamics of Iron and Phosphorus in Sediments of an Oligotrophic Coastal Basin and the Impact of Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane},
  author={Caroline P. Slomp and Haydon P. Mort and Tom Jilbert and Daniel C Reed and Bo G. Gustafsson and Mariette Wolthers},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Studies of phosphorus (P) dynamics in surface sediments of lakes and coastal seas typically emphasize the role of coupled iron (Fe), sulfur (S) and P cycling for sediment P burial and release. Here, we show that anaerobic oxidation of methane (AOM) also may impact sediment P cycling in such systems. Using porewater and sediment profiles for sites in an oligotrophic coastal basin (Bothnian Sea), we provide evidence for the formation of Fe-bound P (possibly vivianite; Fe3(PO4)2(·)8H2O) below the… CONTINUE READING
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