Mesopelagic carbon remineralization during the European Iron Fertilization Experiment

@inproceedings{Jacquet2008MesopelagicCR,
  title={Mesopelagic carbon remineralization during the European Iron Fertilization Experiment},
  author={St{\'e}phanie H. M. Jacquet and Nicolas Savoye and Frank Dehairs and Volker H. Strass and Damien Cardinal},
  year={2008}
}
[1] The impact of iron fertilization on mesopelagic carbon (C) remineralization was assessed during the European Iron Fertilization Experiment (EIFEX) in the Southern Ocean by following the temporal change of excess particulate barium (also called biogenic or Baxs) in the mesopelagic waters of a mesoscale eddy. Before the iron infusion the site was already sustaining a significant vertical flux of particles leading to organic remineralization in the mesopelagic. Approximately 35 d after the… CONTINUE READING

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