Lecture notes in earth sciences
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Contents: Introduction. - Depositional and diagenetic history of limestones: stable and radiogenic isotopes. - The dolomite problem: stable and radiogenic isotope clues. - Isotope signatures in phosphate deposits: formation and diagenetic history. - Origin and diagenesis of cherts: an isotopic perspective. - Stable isotope geochemistry of sulfate and chloride rocks. - History of marine evaporites: constraints from radiogenic isotopes. - The stable isotope composition of sedimentary iron oxides with special reference to banded iron formations. - Isotopic compositions of clay minerals as indicators of the timing and conditions of sedimentation and burial diagenesis. - Sm-Nd isotopes in fine-grained clastic sedimentary materials: clues to sedimentary processes and recycling growth of the continental crust. - Depositional history of uranium ores: Isotopic constraints. - Indirect dating of sediment-hosted ore deposits: promises and problems. - Neodymium, strontium, oxygen and hydrogen isotope compositions of waters in present and past oceans: a review. - Stable isotope geochemistry and origin of waters in sedimentary basins. - Isotopic compositions of dissolved strontium and neodymium in continental surface and shallow subsurface waters. - Signatures of radiogenic isotopes in deep subsurface waters in continents
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