Big Ideas in Volcanology #08:

 
 




_ Rubey, W.W., 1951, “Geologic History of Sea Water”. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 62, 1111-1148.


_ Holland, H.D., 1965, “The History of Ocean Water and it’s Effect on the Chemistry of the Atmosphere”. N.A.S. Symposium on the Evolution of the Earth's Atmosphere, 53(6), 1173-1183.


_ Anderson, A.T., 1975, “Some Basaltic and Andesitic Gases”. Reviews of Geophysics, 13(1), 37-55.


_ Albarède, F., 2003, “Geochemistry: An Introduction”. Cambridge University Press, 248 pp.


_ Oppenheimer, C., Pyle, D.M., and Barclay, J. (eds.), 2003, “Volcanic Degassing”. Geological Society, London, Special Publication, 213, 420 pp.


_ Robock, A., and Oppenheimer, C. (eds.), 2003, “Volcanism and the Earth's atmosphere”. American Geophysical Union, Geophysical Monograph,139, 360 pp.


_ Turekian, K.K., 2001, “Origin of the Oceans”. In: J.H. Steele, S.A. Thorpe & C.K. Turekian (eds.), Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry, 2055-2058.


_ Drake, M.J., and Righter, K., 2002, “Determining the composition of the Earth”. Nature, 416, 39-44.


_ McDonald, I., 2005, “Mineral deposits and Earth evolution”. Geological Society of London, 269 pp.


_ Holland, G., Cassidy, M., and Ballentine, C.J., 2009, “Meteorite Kr in Earth's Mantle Suggests a Late Accretionary Source for the Atmosphere”. Science, 326, 1522-1525.


_ Albarède, F., 2009, “Volatile accretion history of the terrestrial planets and dynamic implications”. Nature, 461, 1227-1233.


_ Rassakov, S.V., Brandt S.B., and I.S. Brandt, I.S., 2010, “Radiogenic isotopes in geologic processes”. Springer Science, 306 pp.


_ Kleine, T., 2011, “Earth’s patchy late veneer”. Nature, 477, 168-169.


_ Gerlach, T., 2011, “Volcanic Versus Anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide”. Eos, 92(24), 201-202.





           
           
           
           







 

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Earth’s hydrosphere comes from Volcanic Degassing