Dr. Vic DiVenere
I teach widely across the geologic and Earth sciences, from plate tectonics and Earth materials to groundwater resources, environmental geology and geochemistry, to climate, weather and global climate change. While my primary training was in geophysics and plate tectonics, my passion has become global climate, environment, and sustainability.
My research has ranged from the behavior of the Earth's magnetic field to tectonic plate motions to mantle plumes, and now I am increasingly interested in environmental and sustainability issues, especially in our local region.
My travels have taken me across the U.S. and Canada, to the Caribbean, Europe, Japan, New Zealand, and Antarctica.
If your are interested in geologic, environmental, or sustainability studies, feel free to contact me.
Department of Earth and Environmental Science