Rethinking the Ancient Sulfur Cycle

@inproceedings{Fike2015RethinkingTA,
  title={Rethinking the Ancient Sulfur Cycle},
  author={David A Fike and Alexander S Bradley and Catherine V. Rose},
  year={2015}
}
The sulfur biogeochemical cycle integrates the metabolic activity of multiple microbial pathways (e.g., sulfate reduction, disproportionation, and sulfide oxidation) along with abiotic reactions and geological processes that cycle sulfur through various reservoirs. The sulfur cycle impacts the global carbon cycle and climate primarily through the remineralization of organic carbon. Over geological timescales, cycling of sulfur is closely tied to the redox state of Earth's exosphere through the… CONTINUE READING

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