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By P.A. Trudinger, Dalway J. Swaine

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7 Gy ago. Taking into account the calculations of Garrels et al. (1975) and Li (1972) for the global mass balance of rocks, it can be derived that the oxygen equivalent of the organic carbon reservoir has remained stable since that time. Oxygenic photosynthesis first took place in the Precambrian hydrosphere (Cloud and Giber, 1970). The oxygen produced was initially bound by hydrospheric ferrous iron derived from a previous anoxic atmospheric weathering. In an oxygenated hydrosphere, ferric iron precipitated as banded iron ore formations (see Chapter 4).

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