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Subject:

Stable Isotope short course

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John Valley <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 1 Aug 2001 17:19:28 -0500

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There will be a short course on Stable Isotope Geochemistry at the
Boston GSA meeting, Nov. 2-4, 2001. The course is sponsored by the
Mineralogical Society of America and the Geochemical Society.

A registration form and further information are available at the MSA web sites:
https://www.minsocam.org/secure/Stbl_Ispt_Reg_Form.html
http://www.minsocam.org/MSA/Stbl_Ispt.html

Some student scholarships will be available.

                        Short Course Description

      Stable Isotope Geochemistry is central to the study of the solid
Earth, its atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, and its
extraterrestrial environment. New analytical technology of the past
decade is revolutionary, causing wider
application and more fundamental understanding. This short course
will show how isotope ratios in minerals, rocks and fluids provide
evidence for understanding a wide range of natural phenomena
including: paleoclimate, marine sedimentation, geomicrobiology,
biogeochemical cycles, thermal history, hydrothermal/ metamorphic
fluid flow, and igneous petrogenesis. Speakers will review these
topics - with emphasis on O, C, H, and S isotopes - and the
principles of equilibrium and kinetic isotope exchange.

                Editors- John W. Valley + David R. Cole

                      Topics and Speakers/Authors

        Equilibrium oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon isotope
fractionation factors applicable to geological systems
                           Tom Chacko, David R. Cole, and Juske Horita

        Rates and mechanisms of isotopic exchange
David R. Cole and Sumit Chakraborty


        Fractionation of the isotopes of carbon and hydrogen in
biosynthetic processes
John M. Hayes

        Stable isotope variations in extraterrestrial material
Kevin D. McKeegan and L.A. Leshin


        Oxygen isotope variations of basaltic lavas and upper mantle
rocks
John Eiler

        Stable Isotope Thermometry at High Temperatures
John W. Valley

        Metamorphic fluid flow
Lukas Baumgartner and John W. Valley


        Stable isotopes in seafloor hydrothermal systems: Vent
fluids, hydrothermal deposits, hydrothermal alteration, and microbial
processes
W.C. Pat Shanks

        Isotopic ratios of precipitation: On beyond paleothermometry
Richard B. Alley and Kurt M. Cuffey


        Isotopic evolution of the biogeochemical carbon cycle during
the Precambrian
David J. Des Marais

        Isotopic biogeochemistry of marine organic carbon
Katherine H. Freeman

        Biogeochemistry of stable sulfur isotopes
Donald Canfield

        Causes of stratigraphic variation in marine carbon isotope
ratios
Robert L. Ripperdan

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John W. Valley, Professor phone: 608-263-5659
Dept. of Geology and Geophysics fax: 608-262-0693
University of Wisconsin email: [log in to unmask]
1215 W. Dayton St.
Madison, WI 53706, USA http://www.geology.wisc.edu/people/valley.html

Zircons Are Forever- http://www.geology.wisc.edu/zircon/zircon_home.html

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