Garret Zeff

Garrett Zeff
Graduate Student


I am currently a graduate student studying geochemistry and geophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. My undergraduate degree is from the University of California, Santa Barbara where I graduated in June 2018. I am interested in petrology, geodynamics, and mineral physics. I used the MCS to explore the effects of assimilation of calcareous wallrock on the evolution of continental basaltic magmas for my undergraduate senior thesis at UCSB. When not computing phase equilibria I like to spend my time eating pizza and thinking up ingenious nicknames for my advisor.