Natural variability of geochemical conditions, biogeochemical processes and element fluxes in sediments of the CCZ


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Abstract

During RV SONNE cruise SO239 in March/April 2015 five sites in the area of the Clarion-Clipperton Fracture Zone (CCZ) in the eastern equatorial Pacific were visited as part of the JPI Oceans pilot action “Ecological Aspects of Deep-Sea Mining“. Here, we present a comparable study on (1) the redox zonation in the sediments induced by the input flux of organic matter, (2) biogeochemical reactions including the driver of organic matter degradation and (3) diagenetic manganese redistribution and implications for manganese nodule formation.



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JPIO MiningImpact Annual Meeting 2017, 13 Feb 2017 - 15 Feb 2017, Haus der Wissenschaft, Bremen.
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Volz, J. , Mogollón, J. M. , Geibert, W. , Martínez Arbizu, P. , Versteegh, G. , Koschinsky, A. and Kasten, S. (2017): Natural variability of geochemical conditions, biogeochemical processes and element fluxes in sediments of the CCZ , JPIO MiningImpact Annual Meeting 2017, Haus der Wissenschaft, Bremen, 13 February 2017 - 15 February 2017 .


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