volume 12, issue 4, P563-572 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gb02263
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Abstract: Abstract. Ideas about key factors in the oceanic mass balance of dissolved, reactive phosphate have changed substantially. I present an integrated overview of these here, with an emphasis on evaluating the burial sinks for P and defining areas needing further research. The major source of reactive P to the ocean is river input. Reactive P is delivered to the oceanic sediment-water interface primarily in particulate organic matter. P scavenged by hydrothermal iron-rich oxyhydroxide particles, with uptake in pr…

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