Chemical Geology is devoted to providing rapid publication of original articles in the ever widening field of organic and inorganic geochemistry. Both long and short articles dealing with data from the Earth and other planets are accepted. The journal's aim is to cover the field of chemical geology in the broadest possible sense, including: low temperature geochemistry, organic/petroleum geochemistry, inorganic geochemistry, analytical techniques, isotope studies, environmental geochemistry, and experimental petrology and geochemistry. Chemical Geology has been chosen by the European Association for Geochemistry as its official publication. However, the journal itself continues to be fully international in its outlook - a policy reflected by a team of Editors, whose high scientific standing and internationality ensures that Chemical Geology attracts contributions from the scientific community worldwide. From 1993 Chemical Geology and Isotope Geoscience merge to form ONE journal, with a single volume numbering system to simplify cataloguing, archiving and citing. The title Isotope Geoscience now also appears on the cover of Chemical Geology. Isotope Geoscience papers are now published as part of the Chemical Geology issues - in the subsection Isotope Geoscience. However, these papers continue to be under the Editorial expertise of the existing Isotope Geoscience Editor and Editorial Board, thus ensuring optimal quality of the published material. The Isotope Geoscience subsection contains original contributions and review articles dealing with experimental studies, analytical techniques and instrumentation and theoretical concepts of isotope geology and radiochemistry. All aspects of isotope geoscience and radiochemistry fall within the journal's scope including: stable isotope studies; radiogenic isotope studies; and radiochemical studies.
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