Geofluids: Developments in Microthermometry, Spectroscopy, Thermodynamics and Stable Isotopes was released in May 2015 in printed and electronic versions by Elsevier. According to the authors’ preface, it was written “to provide an all in all information source for students…and for practical geologists who are far from being specialists in geofluids research,” and “to illustrate how the direct and indirect methods of geofluid research can be combined to gain information on the origin of minerals and rocks.” These are typical tasks of textbooks. Most of the well known textbooks on the subject of paleogeofluids or, more appropriately, fluid inclusion research, were...

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