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Ferruginous conditions prevailed in the world's deep oceans during the Archean and Protero zoic Eons. Sedimentary iron formations deposited at that time may provide an important record of environmental conditions, yet linking the chemistry and mineralogy of these sedimentary rocks to depositional conditions remains a challenge due to a dearth of information about the processes by which minerals form in analogous modern environments. We identified siderites in ferruginous Lake Towuti, Indonesia,doi:10.7892/boris.130234 fatcat:gjz45fertba7dp3b7twuiqfxrq