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"Geochemistry: Earth's System Processes" ed. by Dionisios Panagiotaras

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"Geochemistry: Earth's System Processes" ed. by Dionisios Panagiotaras
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535105862 9789535105862 | 512 pages | PDF | 45 MB

This book brings together the knowledge from a variety of topics within the field of geochemistry. The audience for this book consists of a multitude of scientists such as physicists, geologists, technologists, petroleum engineers, volcanologists, geochemists and government agencies. The topics represented facilitate as establishing a starting point for new ideas and further contributions. An effective management of geological and environmental issues requires the understanding of recent research in minerals, soil, ores, rocks, water, sediments.

The use of geostatistical and geochemical methods relies heavily on the extraction of this book.
The research presented was carried out by experts and is therefore highly recommended to scientists, under- and post-graduate students who want to gain knowledge about the recent developments in geochemistry and benefit from an enhanced understanding of the dynamics of the earth's system processes.

Contents
1 Geochemical and Sedimentation History of Neogene Lacustrine Sediments from the Valjevo-Mionica Basin (Serbia)
2 Arsenic Geochemistry in Groundwater System
3 Geochemistry of Hydrothermal Alteration in Volcanic Rocks
4 Estimated Background Values of Some Harmful Metals in Stream Sediments of Santiago Island (Cape Verde)
5 The Relevance of Geochemical Tools to Monitor Deep Geological C02 Storage Sites
6 Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf Isotope Geochemistry of the Himalayan High- and Ultrahigh-Pressure Eclogites, Kaghan Valley, Pakistan
7 Geochemistry and Metallogenic Model of Carlin-Type Gold Deposits in Southwest Guizhou Province, China
8 Behaviors of Mantle Fluid During Mineralizing Processes
9 Trace Metals in Shallow Marine Sediments from the Ri'a de Vigo: Sources. Pollution, Speciation and Early Diagenesis
10 Organic Facies: Palynofacies and Organic Geochemistry Approaches
11 The Genesis of the Mississippi Valley-Type Fluorite Ore at Jebel Stah (Zaghouan District, North-Eastern Tunisia) Constrained by Thermal and Chemical Properties of Fluids and REE and Sr Isotope Geochemistry
12 Potential and Geochemical Characteristics of Geothermal Resources in Eastern Macedonia
13 Using a Multi-Scale Geostatistical Method for the Source Identification of Heavy Metals in Soils
14 Environmental Impact and Drainage Geochemistry of the Abandoned Keban Ag, Pb, Zn Deposit, Working Maden Cu Deposit and Alpine Type Cr Deposit in the Eastern Anatolia, Turkey
15 Application of Nondestructive X-Ray Fluorescence Method (XRF) in Soils, Friable and Marine Sediments and Ecological Materials
16 Lanthanides in Soils: X-Ray Determination, Spread in Background and Contaminated Soils in Russia
17 Cu, Pb and Zn Fractionation in a Savannah Type Grassland Soil
18 Characteristics of Baseline and Analysis of Pollution on the Heavy Metals in Surficial Soil of Guiyang
19 Evaluating the Effects of Radio-Frequency Treatment on Rock Samples: Implications for Rock Comminution
20 Evolution of Calciocarbonatite Magma: Evidence from the SAIfvite and Alvikite Association in the Amba Dongar Complex. India
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