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In ecology or geoscience, the iron cycle (Fe) is the biogeochemical cycle of iron through landforms, the atmosphere, and oceans. The iron cycle affects dust deposition and aerosol iron bioavailability.
- Jickells, T. D., et al. (2005, April 1). Global iron connections between desert dust, ocean biogeochemistry, and climate. In Science, 308, 67 – 71.
- Nature Education: All organisms on Earth ride upon a "ferrous wheel" made of different forms of iron that are essential for life
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