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Manganese nodules hydrogenous

Dec 20, 2021

Manganese nodules are another type of hydrogenous sediment. They form marble-size to tennis ball-size lumps of iron and manganese oxide that lie scattered across the deep sea floor where sedimentation rates are particularly low

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