Stable isotope Geochemistry


This review is intended principally to be a reasonably comprehensive bibliography. It covers papers by workers in stable isotope geochemistry in the United States that have been published or presented at national meetings since the last quadrennial report. The titles of the papers in the bibliography are in most cases indicative of the general content, so only the highlights are described below. showed that with •13C • --7, the 'graphitic' carbon was enriched in 13C by 10-15%o relative to the rest of the carbon in the meteorite. The •13C values are highly variable, even within a single meteorite or in a single nodule within a meteorite.

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Taylor2007StableIG, title={Stable isotope Geochemistry}, author={Hugh P. Taylor}, year={2007} }