Published by the american geophysical union as part of the geophysical monograph series volume 160 understanding the inner workings of our planet and its relationship to processes closer to the surface remains a frontier in the geosciences. The geophysical monograph series encompasses all of the scientific areas in earth and space science it publishes monographic works and compilations of papers on a single topic volumes frequently focus on multidisciplinary problems and are designed to be of interest to researchers teachers and graduate students vol 207 magnetotails in the solar system vol 206 remote sensing . Geophysical monograph series earths deep mantle structure composition and evolution summary book tools save to my profile purchase a print copy recommend to your librarian book menu book home get access how to get online access for contributors for authors earths deep mantle structure composition and evolution an introduction robert d van der hilst jay d bass jan . Published by the american geophysical union as part of thegeophysical monograph series volume 160understanding the inner workings of our planet and its relationshipto processes closer to the surface remains a frontier in thegeosciences manmade probes barely reach 10 km depth andvolcanism rarely brings up samples from deeper than 150 kmthese distances are dwarfed by earths dimensions . Earths deep mantle structure composition and evolution an introduction robert d van der hilst jay d bass jan matas and jeannot trampert 1 noble gas models of mantle structure and reservoir mass transfer
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