The first edition of Ozima and Podosek’s text on Noble Gas Geochemistry was published nearly 20 years ago and became for many of us the bible on the subject. We have used it as a source of useful data and ideas on applications of noble gases and as an introductory text for a generation of students. The arrival of a completely revised second edition was therefore a potential milestone, and certainly an excuse to purchase a pristine replacement for our tattered old copies. How does the new edition compare with its predecessor and, perhaps more importantly, with competition in the...

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