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Location:  Chinese Journal of Geochemistry
Vol. 31, No. 1, January 2012 TEXT SIZE: A A A
Chinese Journal of GEOCHEMISTRY
(ISSN 1000-9426)
(Vol. 31, No. 1 January 2012)
CONTENTS

Study on the ore-forming and ore-controlling structure of the Mujicun Cu (Mo) ore deposit, Hebei Province, China  …………………………………NIU Shuyin et al. (001)

Assessment of groundwater quality in the flood plains of upper Palar River, India ………………………………………………………Rutharvel Murthy Kuppuraj et al. (015)

A study on resonance Rayleigh scattering spectra of Humic Acid (HA) ………………………………………………………………………………………YU Deshun et al. (024)

Radioactivity and mineralogy of the altered granites of the Wadi Ghadir shear zone, South Eastern Desert, Egypt ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Mohamed F. Raslan and Mohamed G. El-Feky. (030)

Diurnal variations of pCO2 in relation to environmental factors in the cascade reservoirs along the Wujiang River, China ……………………………PENG Xi et al. (041)

Single zircon evaporation ages: Evidence for the Mesoproterozoic crust in the southeastern Nigerian basement complex  ………………… Ekere E. Ukwang et al. (048)

Microbial alteration of natural gas in Xinglongtai field of the Bohai Bay Basin, China ………………………………………………………………… YANG Weiwei et al. (055)

Recovery of some valuable elements from lamprophyre dykes in the Abu Rusheid area, Southeastern Desert, Egypt ………………………………… Zaki D.I. et al. (064)

Preparation of strontium ferrite from strontium residue ……………………………………………………………………………………………………LIU Chenglun et al. (074)

The characteristics and significance of pure nitrogen fluid inclusions in Xikuangshan copper deposit, Dongchuan, Yunnan of China …………………YE Lin et al. (078)

U-Pb zircon geochronology, geochemistry and kinetics of the Huaniushan A-type granite in Northwest China …………………………………………ZHU Jiang et al. (085)

Origin of CO2 gas from the north depression of the middle fault zone in the Hailar-Tamtsag Basin and natural gas in nearby depressions ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ZHANG Tonglei et al. (095)

Metabolic effects on stable carbon isotopic composition of freshwater bivalve shell Corbicula fluminea ……………………………………………………YAN Hui et al. (103)
 
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