Geochemical Earth Reference Model (GERM): description of the initiative

@inproceedings{Staudigel1998GeochemicalER,
  title={Geochemical Earth Reference Model (GERM): description of the initiative},
  author={Hubert Staudigel and F Albarede and Janne Blichert-Toft and John M. Edmond and B. T. McDonough and Stein B. Jacobsen and Ralph F Keeling and Charles H. Langmuir and Roger L. Nielsen and Terry Plank and Roberta L. Rudnick and Henry F. Shaw and Steve Shirey and J{\'a}n Veizer and William Michael White},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract The Geochemical Earth Reference Model (GERM) initiative is a grass-root effort with the goals of establishing a community consensus on a chemical characterization of the Earth, its major reservoirs, and the fluxes between them. The GERM initiative will provide a review of available scientific constraints for: (1) the composition of all major chemical reservoirs of the present-day Earth, from core to atmosphere; (2) present-day fluxes between reservoirs; (3) the Earth's chemical and… CONTINUE READING

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