Stable Isotope Geochemistry Paperback – 9 Dec 2009
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ble for the vast majority of the isotope community, ranging from undergraduate students … to experienced researchers wishing to refresh their knowledge about recent developments." (Kay Knoeller, Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, Vol. 41 (2), June, 2005)
"Stable Isotope Geochemistry is … an introduction to the use of stable isotopes in the earth sciences. … contains 78 figures and 18 tables; they are valuable, complement the text, and facilitate understanding. The 43 pages of references serve as an excellent resource for the entire area of stable isotope geochemistry. ... a classical but state-of-the-art authoritative book, systematically structured, concisely written and full of much useful information. I highly recommend it to advanced undergraduate and graduate students and to researchers … ." (Xiqiu Han, Journal of Sedimentary Research, September, 2004)
"In its fifth edition, this is an exquisite, no-nonsense, very clearly written primer on stable isotope geochemistry. … Not only is this a very good textbook and primer, it is a superb reference book on stable isotope geochemistry. … Hoefs’ textbook can be fully recommended to sit on the desk of any geochemist or geoscientist (student and experienced colleague alike) dealing with stable isotopes." (Jörg Matschullat, Environmental Geology, Vol. 49, 2006)
"Professor Hoefs defines stable isotopes as atoms whose nuclei contain the same number of protons, but a different number of neutrons. … This book contains an exceptional list of literature references for additional study on specific topics. Hoefs’ book is a very valuable reference for individuals and companies engaged in isotopic studies and is very reasonably priced." (Robert F. Ehinger, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Vol. 89 (1), January, 2005)
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