Torsten Vennemann

Prof. Torsten Vennemann
Géochimie isotopique
Institut des dynamiques de la surface terrestre, IDYST
Université de Lausanne
Géopolis
Mouline
CH-1015 Lausanne
Switzerland


Phone: +41 (0) 21 692 44 64
Phone2: +41 (0) 21 692 43 06
Fax: +41 (0) 21 692 43 05
E-mail: torsten.vennemann(at)unil.ch
URL Institution: www.unil.ch/idyst


Key Publications of Torsten Vennemann (up to ten) :
Vennemann T.W., Kesler S.E., Frederickson G.C., Minter W.E.L., and Heine R.R., 1996. Oxygen isotope sedimentology of gold and uranium-bearing Witwatersrand and Huronian Supergroup quartz-pebble conglomerates. Economic Geology, V. 91, p. 322-342.

Vennemann T.W., Morlok A., von Engelhardt W.E., and Kyser T.K., 2001. Stable isotope composition of impact glasses from the Nördlinger Ries impact crater, Germany. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta V. 65, p. 1325-1336.

Vennemann T.W., Hegner E., Cliff G., and Benz G.W., 2001. Isotopic composition of Recent shark teeth as a proxy for environmental conditions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta V. 65, p. 1583-1599.

O’Neil J. R., Vennemann T. W., and McKenzie W. F. 2003. Effects of speciation on equilibrium fractionations and rates of oxygen isotope exchange between (PO4)aq and H2O. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta V.67, p. 3135-3144.

Halder J., Decrouy L. & Vennemann T.W. (2013). Mixing of Rhône River water in Lake Geneva (Switzerland–France) inferred from stable hydrogen and oxygen isotope profiles. Journal of Hydrology, 477: 152-164.



Expertise of Torsten Vennemann:
Expertise CategorySpecific Expertise
Expert TypeExpert Type
Scientific / Fundamental Research
Topic HydrosphereHydrosphere
Fresh Water Systems / Rivers / Lakes
Precipitation / Runoff
Topic LithosphereLithosphere
Geochemical Processes
Topic BiosphereBiosphere
Plants
Animals
Topic EcosystemsEcosystems
Marine Ecosystems
Topic Economy/ResourceUseEconomy / Resource Use
Water
Mineral Resources
MethodsApplied Research / Technology

Specialties of Torsten Vennemann:
Application of stable isotope fractionations between minerals, fluids and gases as potential monitors of the thermal and fluid evolution in high- and low-temperature environments, including ore deposits, sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rocks.
Isotopes as natural tracers for environmental (hydrologic processes, industrial contamination, archaeological applications) and paleoenvironmental/paleoclimatic changes.

Last update: 5/23/18
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