Sediments, diagenesis and sedimentary rocks / Седиментация, диагенез и осадочные горные породы

Редактор(ы):Mackenzie F.T.
Издание:Elsevier, 2005 г., 447 стр., ISBN: 0-08-044849-6
Язык(и)Английский
Sediments, diagenesis and sedimentary rocks / Седиментация, диагенез и осадочные горные породы

Geochemistry has deep roots. Its beginnings can be traced back to antiquity, but many of the discoveries that are basic to the science were made between 1800 and 1910. The periodic table of elements was assembled, radioactivity was discovered, and the thermodynamics of heterogeneous systems was developed. The solar spectrum was used to determine the composition of the Sun. This information, together with chemical analyses of meteorites, provided an entry to a larger view of the universe.During the first half of the twentieth century, a large number of scientists used a variety of methods to determine the major-element composition of the Earth's crust, and the geochemistries of many of the minor elements were defined by V. M. Goldschmidt and his associates using the then new technique of emission spectrography. V. I. Vernadsky founded biogeochemistry. The crystal structures of most minerals were determined by X-ray diffraction techniques. Isotope geochemistry was born, and age determinations based on radiometric techniques began to define the absolute geologic timescale. The intense scientific efforts during World War II yielded new analytical tools and a group of people who trained a new generation of geochemists at a number of universities. But the field grew slowly. In the 1950s, a few journals were able to report all of the important developments in trace-element geochemistry,   isotopic   geochronometry,   the
exploration of paleoclimatology and biogeochemistry with light stable isotopes, and studies of phase equilibria. At the meetings of the American Geophysical Union, geochemical sessions were few, none were concurrent, and they all ranged across the entire field. <...>

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