Role of hydrothermal precipitates in the geochemical cycling of vanadium

@article{Trefry1989RoleOH,
  title={Role of hydrothermal precipitates in the geochemical cycling of vanadium},
  author={J. Trefry and S. Metz},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1989},
  volume={342},
  pages={531-533}
}
THE input of high-temperature fluids to the ocean along sea-floor spreading centres plays an important part in controlling the composition of sea water1–3. Available data1–3 show that hydrothermal systems are major sources of lithium, manganese, rubidium, iron and silicon and sinks for magnesium and sulphur. Furthermore, reactive precipitates formed in vent systems or emerging plumes4–6 scavenge elements from sea water, thereby also influencing the composition of the sea water. Our work on the… Expand
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