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  1. Geochemistry: An Introduction by Francis Albarède, 2009-07-20
  2. Geochemistry, Groundwater and Pollution, Second Edition by C. A. J. Appelo, Dieke Postma, 2005-04-15
  3. Principles of Stable Isotope Geochemistry by Zachary Sharp, 2006-01-30
  4. Geochemistry of Marine Sediments by David J. Burdige, 2006-08-21
  5. Principles and Applications of Geochemistry (2nd Edition) by Gunter Faure, 1998-01-03
  6. Stable Isotope Geochemistry by Jochen Hoefs, 2009-12-09
  7. Using Geochemical Data: Evaluation, Presentation, Interpretation (Longman Geochemistry) by Hugh R. Rollinson, 1993-07
  8. Geochemistry: Pathways and Processes by Harry Y. McSween, Steven M. Richardson, et all 2003-11
  9. Geochemistry of oilfield waters, Volume 1 (Developments in Petroleum Science)
  10. Principles of Environmental Geochemistry by Nelson Eby, 2003-03-05
  11. Marine Geochemistry
  12. The Geochemistry of Natural Waters: Surface and Groundwater Environments (3rd Edition) by James I. Drever, 1997-02-14
  13. Marine Geochemistry by Roy Chester, 2003-01-27
  14. Ecology of Humic Substances in Freshwaters: Determinants from Geochemistry to Ecological Niches by Christian Steinberg, 2010-11-02

1. - Geology And Geochemistry On The Web
Educational site for those interested in learning about surface exploration techniques used for oil and gas. Includes images, analogs, bibliographies, and services.
Geochemistry Images Analogs Dinosaurs


Extended Exploration Model
Basic Geology

Mountain Building

The Great Iodine Debate
Nickel - Vanadium Ratio
Mineralogy Editorial Opinion Editorial Opinion Editorial Opinion Editorial Bibliography Mohs Scale of Hardness Cleavage Tenacity My Opinions on Surface Exploration Techniques Why use hydrocarbons? Geochemistry should be a priority! Misuse of surface geochemical tools. Geochemistry ... APGE Publications Miscellaneous Consulting Naming Stratigraphic Units Geologic Time Scale Dinosaur Facts Schlumberger Oil Field Glossary ... Diamonds Periodic Table Hydrocarbons Eh, pH, Soil Electrical Conductivity Iodine Bacteria Who am I? Interpretation of any data set The Webs most comprehensive List of Surface Exploration Technology Companies geotech Survey Results What Surface Exploration Technique have you used? 45% Hydrocarbons 18% Radiometrics 17% Iodine 9% Microbial 6% Micromagnetics 5% Eh, pH, conductivity Search Open Directory Arts Business Computers ... [Bibliography] Webmaster: Jim Fausnaugh © 1995

2. Geochemistry UU
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3. Welcome - 6th International Symposium On Environmental Geochemistry Edinburgh 7-
Edinburgh, UK. 711 September 2003. The symposium will consider the issues of geochemical surveys, analytical geochemistry, geochemistry and health, mining, contamination and cleanup, and archives of environmental contamination.
6th International Symposium on Environmental Geochemistry:
7-11 September 2003, Edinburgh, Scotland
Welcome The 6th International Symposium on Environmental Geochemistry will follow on from previous symposia held every three years, the most recent being at Krakow, Poland (1994), Vail, Colorado, USA (1997) and Cape Town, South Africa (2000). The Edinburgh Symposium will bring together geochemists, environmental chemists, biologists, soil scientists, aquatic scientists and medical specialists. Subjects covered include mining, contaminated land, aquatic sediments, peat bogs, ground- water, industrial pollution and waste, air and water quality, the impact of heavy metals and synthetic organic chemicals upon human, plant and animal health, remediation, modelling and analytical geochemistry. The fundamental understanding and quantification of biogeochemical processes and the impact of their perturbation will continue to underpin the interests of delegates at this cross-disciplinary symposium series.
We look forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh in 2003.

4. Groundwater Geochemistry And Remediation | Earth Sciences | University Of Waterl
Summaries of research activities on the fate, transport and remediation of dissolved metals, metalloids and nutrients in groundwater, as well as development and application of in situ permeable reactive barrier technologies and reactive transport modelling.
Remediation Department of Earth Sciences
University of Waterloo
G roundwater G eochemistry
R emediation Research Group Leaders David W. Blowes
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Waterloo Canada Research Chair
in Groundwater Remediation
Ph.D. University of Waterloo, 1990 Carol J. Ptacek
Adjunct Professor
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Waterloo Research Scientist
National Water Research Institute
Burlington, Ontario CANADA Ph.D. University of Waterloo, 1992 LINKS TO AREAS OF RESEARCH M
ine W aste G eochemistry P ermeable R eactive B arriers I norganics I n the S ubsurface R eactive T ransport M odelling Introduction to Our Research Group Our research group focuses on the fate, transport and remediation of dissolved metals, metalloids and nutrients in groundwater. This research includes detailed field investigations, laboratory studies, development of reactive barriers and other passive remedial solutions, and development of mathematical models to predict the complex geochemical behavior of these systems. We have conducted detailed investigations of mine sites, mine-waste disposal facilities, wetlands, on-site sewage disposal systems and other industrial sites. Laboratory studies often focus on reaction mechanisms utilizing batch and column experiments. Mathematical modelling has focused on the development of fully-coupled reactive transport codes that can account for thermodynamic and kinetic controls on chemical reactions between groundwater and the aquifer material. Remediation research is focused on the development of passive

5. Igneous Geochemistry
Compositions of volcanic and other igneous rocks in a world wide data base.
Geochemistry of I g n e o u s Rocks This site last updated: ( Mon, 17 Feb 2003 WARNING
many pages are long and heavily
laden with graphics
About Bernie Gunn - an informal C.V. Geokem
The Geochemical Data Analysis Programme

6. Mars Pathfinder - Science Results - Mineralogy And Geochemistry
Summarizes the geochemical results obtained by NASA's Mars Pathfinder mission. Includes plots of Category Science Earth Sciences geochemistry...... Mars Pathfinder Mission Mineralogy and geochemistry Science OperationsGroup. Return to Science Results Directory. Mars Pathfinder Home Page.
Mars Pathfinder Science Results The Alpha Proton X-Ray Spectrometer on the rover measured the compositions of nine rocks. The silicon content of some of the rocks is much higher than that of the martian meteorites, our only other samples of Mars. The martian meteorites are all mafic and ultramafic igneous rocks, volcanic and intrusive rocks that are relatively low in silicon and high in iron and magnesium. Such rocks would be expected to form by partial melting of the upper mantle of Mars. The melt rises up though the crust and solidifies at or near the surface. The mafic volcanic martian meteorites, referred to as basalts, are the most common rock on Earth and have also been found on the Moon. Based on the composition of the martian meteorites and the presence of plains and mountains that look like features produced by basaltic volcanism on Earth, geologists expected to find primarily basalts on Mars.
for the bumpy textures is weathered lithic fragments and crystals in volcanic rocks.
Alpha Proton X-Ray Spectrometer (APXS) Note: The compositions plotted in the following 5 figures have been superseded by the results presented in: Rieder, R., et al., 1997, The chemical composition of the Martian soil and rocks returned by the mobile Alpha Proton X-ray Spectrometer: Preliminary results from the X-ray mode, Science, 278: 1771-1774.

7. Environmental Geochemistry Laboratory
Describes research projects at the University of Aalborg (Denmark) in environmental geochemistry and biogeochemistry, applying physical inorganic and organometallic chemistry to environmental and geological systems.

This site is hosted by
Netfirms Web Hosting Welcome to the environmental geochemistry laboratory. Here we apply physical inorganic and organometallic chemistry to environmental and geological systems. Research Themes
Take a look at the range of geochemistry projects undertaken by the lab. Publications
A selection of recent environmental geochemistry papers from the lab. and our collaborators. Vacancies
Latest details of geochemistry employment opportunites. Links
Environmental chemistry, geochemistry and biogeochemistry research teams and resources world-wide. Collaboration Requests
Areas of environmental geochemistry and biogeochemistry where we are intestested in developing new colaborative projects Contact Information Prof. Keith Nicholson
Environmental Engineering Laboratory,
University of Aalborg, Sohngaardsholmsvej 57, DK-9000 Aalborg, Denmark Telefax: (+45) 98 14 25 55
Telephone: (+45) 96 35 84 91

8. G-Cubed - Home
Electronic journal of the American Geophysical Union and the Geochemical Society, which publishes Category Science Earth Sciences geochemistry Publications......

9. ACS Division Of Geochemistry
Invites new members to join the division and posts information on upcoming symposia, membership benefits, and its history. With related links to societies and activities. Division of geochemistry. Division Symposium Suggestion Form
Division of Geochemistry
Division Symposium Suggestion Form
Geochemistry is "FUN" Page New Orleans National Meeting Program
New Orleans CoSponsor Registration Form
... The Geochemistry Medal
Associated / Related Links
Mineralogical Society Geochemical Society International Humic Substances Society Royal Society of Chemistry
Geochemistry Division Activites are Supported by
ACS Petroleum Research Fund ACS Corporation Associates If you need more information or would like to submit information, E-mail our Webmaster.

10. GSJ Geochemistry Department
Elemental and isotopic research on rocks and minerals from terrestrial and extraterrestrial sources, Category Science Earth Sciences geochemistry Education......Home Page of geochemistry Department, Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ).To Japanese Page click here. geochemistry. The geochemistry
Home Page of Geochemistry Department, Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ).
To Japanese Page click here
The Geochemistry Department undertakes geochemical studies in relation to many geological research projects.

Geochemical Atlas (1:200,000) North Kanto area
Geochemistry of the Earth's Crust
The Geochemistry Department does basic geochemical research on the behavior and distribution of major and trace elements and isotopes in rocks and minerals including extraterrestrial material, and organic and gaseous components in sedimentary rocks and groundwater. The studies of radiometric dating and geochemical reference samples conducted in this department are indispensable for many geological researches. Useful data for environmental and exploration work are provided through the applied geochemical research on the abundance and behavior of elements, isotopes and organic compounds in soils, rocks and minerals.
Analytical Methods
GSJ develops analytical methods of determining the chemical and isotopic composition of rocks, minerals and other natural materials. They include Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS), X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry (XRF), Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry (ICP-AES), ICP-Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS), Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA), Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry (TIMS) and Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS). SIMS project involves many researchers of GSJ, mainly from Mineral Resources Department and Geochemistry Department.

11. ScienceDirect - Applied Geochemistry - List Of Issues
Similar pages Similar pages More results from geochemistry Web LinksA selection of geochemistryrelated WWW links. Professional Societies. Journals. USGSDenver Spectroscopy Lab. Sandia National Lab geochemistry Dept.
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Organized collection of links, including news, organizations, universities, laboratories, publications, and databases. Has search and ability to submit links for inclusion.
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13. Geochemistry Web Links
A selection of geochemistryrelated WWW links Professional Societies and Organizations On-line Geochemical Data Forgotten a fundamental constant or need a conversion factor? Try one of these Geochemical Analytical Standards
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14. Geol Sci 455 Chapters
2.1 Mb Updated 11/06/2001 Chapter 7.pdf Trace Elements in Igneous Processes 704Kb revised 1/09/2001 Chapter 8.pdf Radiogenic Isotope geochemistry 511 Kb
Please note that these files are in Adobe's pdf format. To view them, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available free for most operating systems Table of Contents 52 Kb revised 1/04/2001
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Chapter 1.pdf Introduction 379 Kb revised 8/31/1999
Chapter 2.pdf Energy, Entropy and Fund. Thermodyn. Concepts 397 Kb revised 9/26/2001
Chapter 3.pdf Solutions and Thermodyn. of Multicomp. Systems 704 Kb revised 9/26/2001
Chapter 4.pdf Applications of Thermodynamics to the Earth 710 Kb revised 10/17/2001
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Chapter 7.pdf Trace Elements in Igneous Processes 704 Kb revised 1/09/2001
Chapter 8.pdf Radiogenic Isotope Geochemistry 511 Kb Updated 1/10/2001
Chapter 9.pdf Stable Isotope Geochemistry 623 Kb 2/22/2001
Chapter 10.pdf The Big Picture: Cosmochemistry 660 Kb 11/25/1997
Chapter 11.pdf Geochem. of the Solid Earth I: The Mantle and Core 462 Kb 11/25/1997 Chapter 12.pdf Geochem. of the Solid Earth II: The Crust

15. Geochemistry International

16. G-Cubed - Home
geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G3) is an electronic journal dedicated to the timely publication of research that bears on our understanding of Earth as a dynamic physicochemical system. It endeavors to publish papers of broad interest in the

17. Springer LINK: Contributions To Mineralogy And Petrology
Publishes contributions to geochemistry (including isotope geology), petrology and genesis of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, experimental petrology and mineralogy, distribution and significance of elements and their isotopes in the rocks
Executive Editors: T.L. Grove, J. Hoefs Would you like to automatically receive every new table of contents of Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology ? Then register with our free-of-charge mail service LINK Alert by checking the appropriate box(es) and enter your email address here: Online First Articles only
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18. ACS Division Of Geochemistry
Division of geochemistry. Division Symposium Suggestion Form. Royal Societyof Chemistry. geochemistry Division Activites are Supported by.
Division of Geochemistry
Division Symposium Suggestion Form
Geochemistry is "FUN" Page New Orleans National Meeting Program
New Orleans CoSponsor Registration Form
... The Geochemistry Medal
Associated / Related Links
Mineralogical Society Geochemical Society International Humic Substances Society Royal Society of Chemistry
Geochemistry Division Activites are Supported by
ACS Petroleum Research Fund ACS Corporation Associates If you need more information or would like to submit information, E-mail our Webmaster.

19. Exploration Technologies, Inc. - Online
Provides exploration and environmental geochemistry services, including soil vapor site assessments, seismic geochemistry, and product fingerprinting for contaminant spills. Site includes a collection of published professional papers.
Exploration Technologies, Inc. (ETI) provides innovative geochemical services that are applicable to both the exploration and environmental industries. ETI's geochemical techniques are employed in the petroleum industry to reduce exploration risk and utilized in environmental assessments for accurate and cost-effective site characterizations. EXPLORATION GEOCHEMISTRY
Petroleum exploration surface geochemical surveys can be used to map the light hydrocarbons expressed through microseeps from active petroleum and natural gas reservoirs at depth. The maps, developed from the survey, serve as a guide to identifying prospective areas in both frontier and mature basins. The light hydrocarbons, when surveyed, analyzed and mapped, using ETI's proven techniques and technology, produce a graphic, geochemical picture of the source rock below. This picture shows whether or not a given area contains petroleum source rocks; whether the area is more oil or gas prone; and finally, whether or not the gas is over cooked and non-productive, or the oil too heavy to produce by drilling alone.
Such studies can greatly reduce the area to be searched; helping to focus more expensive exploration techniques, such as 3D geophysical surveys, on those portions of the basin most likely to contain petroleum accumulations and potential reservoirs.

20. MenueGeochemisches Institut Goettingen, Germany, Geowissenschaften Earthsciences
and kinetics, aquatic chemistry, isotope geochemistry, and trace element geochemistry. The second part of the

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