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Figure 1 | Geochemical Transactions

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From: Bioavailable iron in the Southern Ocean: the significance of the iceberg conveyor belt

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Nanoparticulate Fe oxyhydroxides in iceberg sample S2, Seymour Island, Antarctica. Nanoparticulate goethite rods are prominent in the octagonal areas, while the ellipses contain rubbly, ferrihydrite nanoparticulates. Both goethite and ferrihydrite were confirmed by high-resolution TEM imaging and nano-diffraction analysis (SAED). The platey morphologies represent the aluminosilicate substrates with which the Fe-nanoparticulates are usually associated.

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