• Professor
  • Aqueous low-temperature geochemistry
  • Department of Earth and Environmental Science
  • Temple University

Dr. Grandstaff's major current research project is use of rare earth elements and other geochemical tools to better understand the depositional and diagenetic environment of fossilization and taphonomy of vertebrate remains. Other research interests include low-temperature geochemistry, and dissolution kinetics of oxide and silicate minerals. Dr. Grandstaff teaches introductory geology, geochemistry, and two graduate geochemistry courses.