The Geochemical Society is a private nonprofit international scientific society founded to encourage the application of chemistry to the solution of geological and cosmological problems. Membership is international and diverse in background, encompassing such fields as organic geochemistry, high- and low-temperature geochemistry, petrology, meteoritics, fluid-rock interaction, and isotope geochemistry.
Starting point for geology and geochemistry ...
This "page" is an ongoing project to see what relevant K-12 GeoScience resources are available "out there".
This site is hosted by the Department of Geological Sciences at Cornell.
The Geochemistry Portal. Find what you are looking for, whether it is a journal, a peer, or a job.
The goal of this project is to examine the biogeochemical cycling of nutrients, carbon, and sulfur in sediments.
HiBAm is an international research project (Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia and France) for the study of the Amazon basin hydrology and geochemistry ...
Westport provides high qulaity analysis for compositon, biomarker, and carbon isotope analysis.
FLUID INCLUSIONS Welcome to the WWW Home Page for people interested in the properties, behaviors and origins of fluid inclusions in natural and synthetic materials. In rocks and minerals, fluid inclusions may preserve direct evidence for the presence and composition of ancient fluids that have long since left the sample. In the laboratory, fluid inclusions in transparent materials like quartz, ...
Home Page of Geochemistry Department, Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ). To Japanese Page click here GEOCHEMISTRY The Geochemistry Department undertakes geochemical studies in relation to many geological research projects. Topics & Keyword Geochronology Isotope Geosciences Gas hydrate Geochemical Reference Samples Geochemical Atlas (1:200, 000) North Kanto area Geochemistry of the Earth's Crust ...
Mars Pathfinder Science Results The Alpha Proton X-Ray Spectrometer on the rover measured the compositions of nine rocks. The silicon content of some of the rocks is much higher than that of the martian meteorites, our only other samples of Mars. The martian meteorites are all mafic and ultramafic igneous rocks, volcanic and intrusive rocks that are relatively low in silicon and high in iron and ...