A Banded Iron Formation (BIF) is a mainly mixture of two iron oxide minerals: hematite and magnetite. It forms in layers near the surface through sedimentary processes. BIFs are common outside of volcanic regions, and are twice as frequent in frozen and ocean biomes.

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