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Washington State University

Jeff Vervoort

Jeffrey Vervoort.
 

 

Jeffrey Vervoort
Professor
vervoort@wsu.edu
509-335-5597
WSU Pullman
WEBSTER 1048

 

  • Understand the Earth from the perspective of geochemistry
  • Radiogenic isotopes and geochronology
  • Utilizing radiogenic isotopes as natural tracers of sources and geological processes and also as geochronometers to determine the ages of rocks and geological events
  • Understanding how the Earth formed and how it has evolved through its history and also help constrain the geological processes that are operating on Earth today
  • Worked on a wide range of Earth and planetary materials including meteorites, igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks of all ages, modern sediments and volcanic rocks, and water samples.¬†Vervoort is director of the Radiogenic Isotope and Geochronology Laboratory at WSU.
  • Jeff Vervoort CV