Alessandro Zanazzi

Faculty Member

Alessandro Zanazzi

Biography

I am a low-temperature geochemist interested in climatology and hydrology studies. In most of my work I use stable isotope techniques to investigate the past climates and the water cycle of continental interiors.

At UVU, I am currently teaching the following courses:

GEO 1010: Introduction to Geology

METO 1010: Introduction to Meteorology

METO 1060: Fundamentals of Weather Forecasting

GEO 1080: Introduction to Oceanography

GEO 3000: Environmental Geochemistry

GEO 3100: Isotope Geochemistry

METO 3100: Climate and the Earth System

GEO 204 R: Italy Study Abroad

Teaching

GEO 480R

Earth Science Seminar, Fall 2021

GEO 1010

Introduction to Geology PP, Fall 2021

METO 1010

Introduction to Meteorology PP, Fall 2021

METO 1010

Introduction to Meteorology PP, Fall 2021

METO 1010

Introduction to Meteorology PP, Summer 2021

METO 1010

Introduction to Meteorology PP, Summer 2021

METO 1060

Fundamentals of Weather Forecasting PP, Spring 2021

METO 1010

Introduction to Meteorology PP, Spring 2021

METO 1010

Introduction to Meteorology PP, Spring 2021

METO 1010

Introduction to Meteorology PP, Spring 2021

Scholarly/Creative Works

Zanazzi, Alessandro , Wang, Weihong , (2020) "Stable Isotope Hydrology of Utah Lake (Utah, USA)" . Hydrology. doi:10.3390/hydrology7040088