Thirteen years have passed since the publication of the pioneering Geochemistry of Non-Traditional Stable Isotopes (RiMG 55). This early review summarized the incipient promise of non-traditional isotope research. This second volume (RiMG 82), more sparingly entitled Non-Traditional Stable Isotopes, shows that this promise has been fulfilled and non-traditional isotope research has now expanded into a major discipline of isotope geochemistry. It has broadened into a mature field; not only in the range of cosmological, geological, biogeochemical, oceanographic, hydrological, and even medicinal questions addressed, but also in the range of isotopic systems being studied. Much of this progress reflects the development...

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