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EPSL Frontiers, 1st Edition

Collection 2004

 
EPSL Frontiers, 1st Edition,A. Halliday,ISBN9780444520517
 
 
 

A Halliday   

Elsevier Science

9780444520517

212

248 X 191

Bringing the scientific community up-to-speed on interesting new areas of earth and planetary sciences

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This second volume of Frontiers articles contains a broad array of fascinating topics. The first four
papers focus on the Sun, the origin of the solar system and the early history of the Earth. The fifth, on komatiites, is also relevant to the early Earth but also forms a nice transition to three articles that focus on subduction and mantle processes. The final three articles focus on changes in our surface environment including biogeochemical cycles, the evolution of hominids and, finally, the future threat posed by near Earth asteroids.

Readership

Non specialist earth and planetary science readership

A. Halliday

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Oxford, UK

EPSL Frontiers, 1st Edition

Preface.
Subduction initiation: spontaneous and induced (R.J. Stern).
How life began on Earth: a status report (J.L. Bada).
Early Earth differentiation (M.J. Walter, R.G. Trønnes).
Chondrules (B. Zanda).
Planetary accretion in the inner Solar System (J.E. Chambers).
The chemistry of subduction-zone fluids (C.E. Manning).
Solar and solar-wind isotopic compositions (R.C. Wiens et al.).
The importance of ocean temperature to global biogeochemistry (D. Archer et al.).
The hazard of near-Earth asteroid impacts on Earth (C.R. Chapman).
The terrestrial Li isotope cycle: light-weight constraints on mantle convection (T. Elliott, A. Jeffcoate, C. Bouman).
African climate change and faunal evolution during the Pliocene-Pleistocene (P.B. deMenocal).
Thermal evolution of the Earth as recorded by komatiites (T.L. Grove, S.W. Parman).
Index.
 
 
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