Isotopes in Natural Sciences
Basic principles controlling isotope distribution, including natural abundances, radiogenic decay, equilibrium and kinetic isotope effects. Applications of the principles in the fields of: Earth history - global processes and chronology; mineralization - diagenesis, catagenesis; hydrogeology and characterization of water and air masses; and biogeochemistry and biological fractionation isotopes.
- Credit will be granted for only one of EOS 335, EOS 430.
- EOS 240; or
- permission of the department.