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isotope geochemistry

isotope geochemistry

isotope geochemistry

Oxygen Isotope Geochemistry of Oceanic-Arc Lavas

Stable Isotope Geochemistry of Bonebed Fossils: Reconstructing Paleoenvironments, Paleoecology, and Paleobiology

Isotope and Trace Element Geochemistry of Augustine Volcano, Alaska: Implications for Magmatic Evolution

The Geochemistry and Sm–Nd Isotopic Systematics of Precambrian Mafic Dykes and Sills in the Southern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica

Composition and Genesis of Depleted Mantle Peridotites from the Wadi Tayin Massif, Oman Ophiolite; Major and Trace Element Geochemistry, and Os Isotope and PGE Systematics

Petrology, Trace Element and Sr, Nd, Hf Isotope Geochemistry of the North Lanzo Peridotite Massif (Western Alps, Italy)

Geochemistry, Geochronology and Isotopic Evolution of the Chewore–Rufunsa Terrane, Southern Irumide Belt: a Mesoproterozoic Continental Margin Arc

Oxygen Isotope Geochemistry of the Lassen Volcanic Center, California: Resolving Crustal and Mantle Contributions to Continental Arc Magmatism

Chronology, Petrology and Isotope Geochemistry of the Erro–Tobbio Peridotites (Ligurian Alps, Italy): Records of Late Palaeozoic Lithospheric Extension

Isotope and Trace Element Geochemistry of Cretaceous Damaraland Lamprophyres and Carbonatites, Northwestern Namibia: Evidence for Plume—Lithosphere Interactions

Early Proterozoic Calc-Alkaline and Middle Proterozoic Tholeiitic Dyke Swarms from Central–Eastern Argentina: Petrology, Geochemistry, Sr–Nd Isotopes and Tectonic Implications

TURNER, Grenville (born 1936), Professor of Isotope Geochemistry, 1988–2002, Research Professor, 2002–12, Manchester University, now Professor Emeritus

Petrology and Nd–Hf Isotope Geochemistry of the Neoproterozoic Amon Kimberlite Sills, Baffin Island (Canada): Evidence for Deep Mantle Magmatic Activity Linked to Supercontinent Cycles

Fluid–Rock Interaction in the Miocene, Post-Caldera, Tejeda Intrusive Complex, Gran Canaria (Canary Islands): Insights from Mineralogy, and O- and H-Isotope Geochemistry

Petrology and Isotope Geochemistry of the Pan-African Negash Pluton, Northern Ethiopia: Mafic–Felsic Magma Interactions During the Construction of Shallow-level Calc-alkaline Plutons

Trace Element and Isotope Geochemistry of the Volcanic Rocks of Bequia, Grenadine Islands, Lesser Antilles Arc: a Study of Subduction Enrichment and Intra-crustal Contamination

 

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The study of the abundance ratios of isotopes (both stable and radioactive) of major and trace elements in rocks (e.g. Rb/Sr, Pb/U, etc.), to elucidate a number of geologic problems and processes. These include the age relationships of rocks, and the age of the Earth itself (see geochronology; isotopic dating; and radiometric dating); palaeotemperatures and geothermometry (see oxygen-isotope analysis; and geothermometer); and the provenance of natural waters, ore-forming fluids, and magmas (see isotope fractionation; smow; d/h ratio; oxygen-isotope ratio; and stable-isotope studies).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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