Section A: Stable Isotope Geochemistry.
1. Boron isotopes in cherts: DSDP and on-land; fractionation and diagenesis (Y. Kolodny).
2. The significance of &dgr;34S determination and evaluation in organic rich sediments, insight into the mechanistic approach I. The role of sulfur in the diagenetic stage: A conceptual review (Z. Aizenshtat, A. Amrani).
3. The significance of &dgr;34S determination and evaluation in organic rich sediments, insight into the mechanistic approach II. Insight to the mechanisms controlling catagenesis of Type II-S kerogens to the formation of asphalt and petroleum: Study and conceptual overview (Z. Aizenshtat, A. Amrani).
4. The distribution and isotopic composition of sulfur in solid bitumen from Papua New Guinea (M. Ahmed et al.).
5. Ventilation of marine sediments indicated by depth profiles of porewater sulfate and &dgr;34S (G.E. Claypool).
6. Factors controlling the carbon isotopic composition of methane and carbon dioxide in New Zealand geothermal and natural gases (J. Hulston).
7. Insights on the origin of pristane and phytane in sediments and oils from laboratory heating experiments (R. Ishiwatari, M. Ishiwatari).
8. Light element geochemistry of the lunar surface (J.F. Kerridge).
9. Stable and radiocarbon isotopes and carbon cycling in coastal sediments (M.I. Venkatesan).
10. Holocene chronostratigraphic beachrocks and their geologic climatic significance (G.M. Friedman).
Section B: Forensic and Environmental Geochemistry.
11. Molecular markers and their use in environmental organic geocehmistry (R. Eganhouse).
12. The geochemical and magnetic record of coal combustion products in West Virginia reservoir sediments and soils (M. Goldhaber, T. Callender, R. Reynolds).