Description: "The Encyclopedia of Geochemistry is a complete reference text to this evolving field. Over 200 international scientists, all experts in their specialties, have written over 345 separate topics on different aspects of Geochemistry including: Organics, Trace Elements, Isotopes, High and Low Temperature Geochemistry and Ore Deposits, to name just a few. The instruments used to refine geochemical techniques are each described in detail, and the chemical elements have their own separate entries which include common mineralogical, petrological and sedimentological depictions." "Each topic incorporates cross referencing to related articles and also has its own reference list, to lead the reader to the essential articles within the published literature. The entries are arranged alphabetically, for easy access, and the subject and citation indices are comprehensive and extensive."--Jacket.
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