[size=18]Treatise on Geochemistry : 10 Volume Set (REPOST)
Elsevier Science | ISBN:0080437516 | 2003-06-01 | PDF | 7800 Pages | 135 MB | PDF
The Treatise on Geochemistry is the first work providing a comprehensive, integrated summarry of the present state of geochemistry. It deals with all the major subjects in the field, ranging from the chemistry of the solar system to environmental geochemistry. The Treatise on Geochemistry has drawn on the expertise of outstanding scientists throughout the world, creating the reference work in geochemistry for the next decade. Each volume consists of fifteen to twenty-five chapters written by recognized authorities in their fields, and chosen by the Volume Editors in consultation with the Executive Editors. Particular emphasis has been placed on integrating the subject matter of the individual chapters and volumes. Elsevier also offers the Treatise on Geochemistry in electronic format via the online platform ScienceDirect?, the most comprehensive database of academic research on the Internet today, enhanced by a suite of sophisticated linking, searching and retrieval tools.
Volume 1: Meteorites, Comets, and Planets, edited by Andrew Davis
1. Origin of the Elements. 2. Presolar Grains. 3. Solar System Abundances of the Elements. 4. The Solar Nebula. 5. Classification of Meteorites. 6. Oxygen Isotopes in Meteorites. 7. Chondrites and their Components. 8. Calcium-Aluminium-rich Inclusion in Chondritic Meteorites. 9. Nebular vs. Parent Body Processing. 10. Structural and Isotopic Analysis of Organic Matter in Carbonaceous Meteorites. 11. Achondrites. 12. Iron and Stony-Iron Meteorites. 13. Cosmic Ray Exposure Ages of Meteorites. 14. Noble Gases. 15. Condensation and Evaporation of Solar System Materials. 16. Early Solar System Chronology. 17. Planet Formation. 18. Mercury. 19. Venus. 20. The Origin and Earliest History of the Earth. 21. The Moon. 22. Mars. 23. Giant Planets. 24. Major Satellites of the Giant Planets.25. Comets. 26. Interplanetary Dust Particles.
Volume 2: The Mantle and Core, edited by Richard Carlson
1. Cosmochemical Estimates of Mantle Composition. 2. Seismology Constraints upon Mantle Composition. 3. Sampling Mantle Heterogeneity through Oceanic Basalts: Isotopes and Trace Elements. 4. Orogenic, Ophiolitic, and Abyssal Peridotites. 5. Mantle Samples Included in Volcanic Rocks: Xenoliths and Diamonds. 6. Noble Gases as Mantle Tracers. 7. Mantle Volatiles - Distribution and Consequences. 8. Melt Extraction and Compositional Variability in Mantle Lithosphere. 9. Trace Element Partitioning under Crystal and Uppermost Mantle Conditions: The Influences of Ionic Radius, Cation Charge, Pressure and Temperature. 10. Partition Coefficients at High Pressure and Temperature. 11. Subduction Zone Processes and Implications for Changing Composition of the Upper and Lower Mantle. 12. Convective Mixing in the Earth's Mantle. 13. Compositional Evolution of the Mantle. 14. Experimental Constraints on Core Composition. 15. Compositional Models for the Earth's Core.
Volume 3: The Crust, edited by Roberta Rudnick
1. Composition of the Continental Crust. 2. Constraints on Crustal Heat Production from Heat Flow Data. 3. Continental Basaltic Rocks. 4. Volcanic Degassing. 5. Timescales of Magma Transfer and Storage in the Crust. 6. Fluid Flow in the Deep Crust. 7. Geochemical Zoning in Metamorphic Minerals. 8. Geochronology and Thermochronology in Orogenic Systems. 9. Continental Crust Subduction and Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism. 10. Ages and Growth of the Continental Crust from Radiogenic Isotopes. 11. Granitic Perspectives on the Generation and Secular Evolution of the Continental Crust. 12. Ores in the Earth's Crust. 13. Geochemistry of the Igneous Ocean Crust. 14. Melt Migration in Oceanic Crustal Production: A U-series Perspective. 15. Hydrothermal Alteration Processes. 16. Oceanic Plateaus. 17. Generation of Mobile Components during Subduction of Oceanic Crust. 18. One View of the Geochemistry of Subduction-related Magmatic Arcs, with Emphasis on Primitive Andesite and Lower Crust.
Volume 4: the Atmosphere, edited by Ralph Keeling
1. Ozone, Hydroxyl Radical and Oxidative Capacity. 2. Global Methane Biogeochemistry. 3. Tropospheric Halogen Chemistry. 4. Non-Mass Dependent Isotopic Fractionation Processes: Mechanisms and Recent Observations in Terrestrial and Extra-Terrestrial Environments. 5. The Stable Isotopic Composition of Atmospheric COÂ². 6. Radiocarbon. 7. Water Stable Isotopes: Atmospheric Composition and Applications in Polar Ice Core Studies. 8. Tropospheric Aerosols. 9. Biomass Burning: The Cycling of Gases and Particulates from the Biosphere to the Atmosphere. 10. Natural Radionuclides in the Atmosphere. 11. The Origin of Noble Gases and Major Volatiles in the Terrestrial Planets. 12. The History of Planetary Degassing as Recorded by Noble Gases.
Volume 5: Surface and Groundwater, Weathering, and Soils, edited by James Drever
1. Soil Formation. 2. Modeling Low-Temperature Geochemical Processes. 3. Reaction Kinetics of Primary Rock-Forming Minerals under Ambient Conditions. 4. Mass Balance Approach to Interpreting Weathering Reactions in Watershed Systems. 5. Natural Weathering Rates of Silicate Minerals. 6. Plants and Mineral Weathering: Present and Past. 7. Geochemical Weathering in Glacial and Proglacial Environments. 8. Global Occurrence of Major Elements in Rivers. 9. Trace Elements in River Waters. 10. Dissolved Organic Matter in Fresh Waters. 11. Stable Isotope Applications in Hydrologic Studies. 12. Radiogenic Isotopes in Weathering and Hydrology. 13. Geochemistry of Saline Lakes. 14. Geochemistry of Ground Water. 15. Ground Water Dating and Residence Time Measurements. 16. Deep Fluids in the Continents: I. Sedimentary Basins. 17. Deep Fluids in the Continents: II. Crystalline Rocks. 18. Soils and Global Change in the Carbon Cycle over Geological Time.
Volume 6: The Oceans and Marine Geochemistry, edited by Harry Elderfield
1. Physico-Chemical Controls on Seawater. 2. Controls of Trace Metals in Seawater. 3. Gases in Seawater. 4. The Biological Pump. 5. Marine Bioinorganic Chemistry: The Role of Trace Metals in the Oceanic Cycles of Major Nutrients. 6. Organic Matter in the Contemporary Ocean. 7. Hydrothermal Processes. 8. Tracers of Ocean Mixing. 9. Chemical Tracers of particle Transport. 10. Biological Fluxes in the Ocean and Atmospheric pCOÂ². 11. Sediment Diagenesis Benthic Flux. 12. Geochronometry of Marine Deposits. 13. Geochemical Evidence for Quaternary Sea-Level Changes. 14. Elemental and Isotopic Proxies of Past Ocean Temperatures. 15. Alkenone Paleotemperature Determinations. 16. Tracers of Past Ocean Circulation. 17. Long-Lived Isotopic Tracers in Oceanography, Paleoceanography and Ice Sheet Dyanmics. 18. the Biological Pump in the Past. 19. The Oceanic CaCO3 Cycle. 20. Records of Cenozoic Ocean Chemistry. 21. The Geologic History of Seawater.
Volume 7: Sediments, Diagenesis, and Sedimentary Rocks, edited by Fred Mackenzie
1. Chemical Composition and Mineralogy of Marine Sediments. 2. Geochemistry of Fine-Grained Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks. 3. The Recycling of Biogenic Material at the Sea Floor. 4. Green Clay Minerals. 5. Late Diagenesis and Mass Transfer in Sandstone-Shale Sequences. 6. Formation and Diagenesis of Carbonate Sediments. 7. The Diagenesis of Biogenic Silica: Chemical Transformations Occurring in the Water Column, Seabed and Crust. 8. Formation and Geochemistry of Precambrian Cherts. 9. Coal Formation and Geochemistry. 10. Formation and Geochemistry of Oil and Gas. 11. Manganiferous Sediments, Rocks, and Ores. 12. Sulfur-rich Sediments. 13. The Geochemistry of Mass Extinction. 14. Chronometry of Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks. 15. Evolution of Sedimentary Rocks.
Volume 8: Biogeochemistry, edited by William Schlesinger
1. The Early History of Life. 2. Evolution of Metabolism. 3. Sedimentary Hydrocarbons, Biomarkers for Early Life. 4. Biomineralization. 5. Biogeochemistry of Primary Production in the Sea. 6. Biogeochemistry of Terrestrial Net Primary Production. 7. Biogeochemistry of Decomposition and Detrital Processing. 8. Coupled Anaerobic-Aerobic Metabolism. 9. the Geological History of the Carbon Cycle. 10. The Contemporary Carbon Cycle. 11. The Global Oxygen Cycle. 12. The Global Nitrogen Cycle. 13. The Global Phosphorus Cycle. 14. The Global Sulfur Cycle.
Volume 9: Environmental Geochemistry, edited by Barbara Sherwood Lollar
1. Groundwater and Air Contamination: Risk, Toxicity, Exposure Assessment, Policy and Regulation. 2. Arsenic and Selenium. 3. Heavy Metals in the Environment - Historial Trends. 4. Geochemistry of Mercury in the Environment. 5. The Geochemistry of Acid Mine Drainage. 6. Environmental Geochemistry of Radioactive Contamination. 7. The Medical Geochemistry of Minerals, Dusts, Soils, and Other Earth Materials. 8. Worldwide Eutrophication of Water Bodies: Causes, Concerns, Controls. 9. Salinization and Saline Environments. 10. Acid Deposition and Acid Rain. 11. Tropospheric Ozone and Photochemical Smog. 12. Volatile Fuel Hydrocarbons and MTBE in the Environment. 13. High-Molecular Weight Petrogenic and Pyrogenic Hydrocarbons in Aquatic Environments. 14. Biogeochemistry of Halogenated Hydrocarbons. 15. The Geochemistry of Pesticides. 16. The Geochemistry of Waste Disposal Facilities in Groundwater.
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