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Zachary D Sharp <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 8 Jul 2005 08:47:53 -0600
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Regarding textbooks:

I have just finished a textbook entitled 'Principles of
Stable Isotope Geochemistry' to be pubhlished by Prentice
Hall.  It is a general textbook that covers basics with
more emphasis on geochemistry than biochemistry, for
example.  There is a rather extesnive reference list and
questions at the end of each chapter.

The chapters are the following:
1) Introduction
2) Definitions and Terminology
3) Equilibrium Fractionation (theory and application)
4) The Hydrosphere
5) Oceans
6) Oxygen in Carbonates
7) Carbon
8) Low temperature minerals (exclusive of carbonatres)
9) Sulfur
10) Nitrogen
11) Igneous Petrology
11) Metamorphic Petrology
12) Extraterrestrial (meteorites) Geology

I have not got a final date from the publisher for when it
will come out, but it should be soon, hopefully by the
Fall.  If people would like more information, I would be
happy to supply it.

Sincerely,

Zachary Sharp


On Thu, 7 Jul 2005 21:54:54 -0400
  Connie Weyhenmeyer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear Isogeochemists,
>
> I will be teaching an upper-level undergraduate course
>on “Isotopic
> Tracers in the Environment” this fall (mostly on stable
>isotopes) and I
> was wondering whether anybody can suggest a good
>textbook or has a script,
> booklet or report that you might be willing to share?!
>
> I am looking for something that includes a broader range
>of (stable)
> isotope applications in Earth and Environmental Sciences
>not ‘just’
> geology (Faure) or Hydrogeology (Fritz and Clark).  The
>broader the better!
>
> Any suggestions and ideas are highly appreciated!!
> Best regards – CONNIE
>
> Constanze Weyhenmeyer
> Syracuse University
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Earth Sciences
> 219 Heroy Laboratory
> Syracuse, NY 13440
>
> Tel:    (315) 443 0281
> E-Mail: [log in to unmask]

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