News from the EAG
We are excited to announce Geochemical Perspectives 2014 Impact Factor: 8.1. We would like the thank all the authors, reviewers and editors, as well as the editorial staff, for making this journal a success. We remind you that all articles are freely available online at www.geochemicalperspectives.org or via GeoScienceWorld.
The effect of warming climate on nutrient and solute export from the Greenland Ice Sheet by J.R. Hawkings, J.L. Wadham, M. Tranter, E. Lawson, A. Sole, T. Cowton, A.J. Tedstone, I. Bartholomew, P. Nienow, D. Chandler, J. Telling , Magnesium isotopic systematics of metapelite in the deep crust and implications for granite petrogenesis by S.-J. Wang, F.-Z. Teng, F. Bea, and Extreme 18O-enrichment in majorite constrains a crustal origin of transition zone diamonds by Ickert, R.B., Stachel, T., Stern, R.A., Harris, J.W., are now available in Geochemical Perspectives Letters, the new EAG journal publishing peer-reviewed high quality articles spanning geochemical sciences, fully open access, carrying NO author charges.
Copper isotope evidence for large-scale sulphide fractionation during Earth’s differentiation by P.S. Savage, F. Moynier, H. Chen, J. Siebert, J. Badro, I.S. Puchtel, G. Shofner is our latest article published in Geochemical Perspectives Letters. A Press Release, New research shows Earth’s core contains 90% of Earth’s sulphur (equivalent to 10% mass of the Moon), has also been issued and is already relayed by the media (see Daily Mail).
Hydrothermal Processes, the latest issue of Geochemical Perspectives features the story of Hydrothermal Geochemistry as described through the memories of Hu Barnes, one of the great geochemists whose work has shaped our understanding of ore deposit formation. Hu’s research path spans over 7 decades and addresses discoveries related to reactions controlling the formation of many ore metal deposits, knowledge that we take today for granted.