Dear Ana,
could you tell me roughly when would be the deadline for the manuscript submission?
Kind regards,

Am 09:51 16.06.2011 schrieben Sie:
Dear colleagues,
Below you will find information about a planed book to be published in Geological Society of London Special Publication  (Lyell Collection). Please distribute the information to other colleagues which may be interested.
Isotopic studies in Cretaceous research
Ana-Voica Bojar  [log in to unmask]
Mihaela Carmen Melinte Mihaela Melinte [log in to unmask]
Jan Smit [log in to unmask]
Aim of the book:
Isotopic studies combined with further geochemical, lithological,
mineralogical and paleontological investigations have been widely used in reconstructing Cretaceous marine and continental environments.
Furthermore stable and radiogenic isotope trends play an important
role in the interpretation of the causes and consequences of biotic
turnovers at stratigraphic boundaries as well as global correlations.
The focus of this book is to present new advances, case studies and long term scientific debates concerned with Cretaceous events, magmatism, temperature calculations, variations in atmospheric CO2 levels, switch on/switch off mechanisms as well as temporal extent of oxic and anoxic events.
Further goals will be the consistent correlation of isotope events between stratigraphic sections. Contributions are solicited of all isotopic
studies, radiogenic (Nd/Sm, Rb/Sr, 53Cr/52Cr etc.) as well as stable
isotope studies (d13C, d18O, d14N, d34S, etc), that are relevant for the understanding the evolution of Earth during the Cretaceous.
Deadline for Title and Authors of contribution: June 30


Best regards,


The editors


Karlsruhe Institut of Technology (KIT)
Institute for Mineralogy and Geochemistry

Dr. Zsolt Berner
Head of the Laboratories / Research Scientist
Adenauerring 20b, Geb. 50.40
76131 Karlsruhe
Telephone: +49 721 608-6374
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