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Dr. Jeremy M. Weremeichik

Assistant Professor of Geoscience

Life Sciences 153
Phone: (812) 941-2002

Academic Background

  • Doctorate

    • Mississippi State Univesity, Starkville, MS, USA
    • Doctor of Philosophy, Major in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Bachelors

    • Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY, USA
    • Bachelors of Arts, Major in Geology

Professional Interests


- Physical Geology

- Historical Geology

- Mineralogy

- Environmental Geochemistry

- Cave and Karst Science

- Hydrogeology


Journal Articles

  • Penn, M.J., Baer, R., Walter, D., [and 285 others, including Weremeichik, J.]. (2020). Acceleration of Coronal Mass Ejection Plasma in the Low Corona as Measured by the Citizen CATE Experiment. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, v. 132 (_), p. 1-14.
  • Gabitov, R., Borrelli, C., Buettner, J., Kirkland, B., Skarke, A., Garner, B., Hoff, C., Khasanov, S., Panieri, G., Testa, M., Thirumalai, R., Thomas, J., Trail, D., Wahidi, M., Weremeichik, J., Zverkova, I.. (2019). Characterization of carbonate crust from a recently discovered methane seep on the North Atlantic continental margin of the US. Minerals, v. 9 (_), p. 1-15.
  • Weremeichik, J.M., Gabitov, R.I., Thien, B.J.M., Sadekov, A.. (2017). The effect of growth rate on uranium partitioning between individual calcite crystals and fluid. Chemical Geology, v. 450 (_), p. 145-153.
  • Weremeichik, J.M.. (2015). An obstructed cave passage in the Cobleskill Plateau: A gravimetric study. AIMS Geosciences, v. 1 (_), p. 80-89.
  • Weremeichik, J.M. and Mylroie, J.E.. (2014). Glacial Lake Schoharie: An investigative study of glaciolacustrine lithofacies in caves, Helderberg Plateau, central New York. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, v. 76 (_), p. 127-138.