Texas Tech University

Dr. Branimir Segvic

Assistant Professor
Clay Mineralogy and Low-Temperature Geochemistry

Email: branimir.segvic@ttu.edu

Phone: (806) 834-2041

Fax: (806) 742-0100

Office: 227 Science Building

Address: Department of Geosciences, Mail Stop 1053, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409-1053


Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Branimir Segvic


  • Ph.D. University of Heidelberg, Germany, 2010
  • M.S. University of Zagreb, Croatia, 2003


  • GEOL 5305 Geology of Clays
  • GEOL 3401 Mineralogy
  • GEOL 3325 Sedimentary Petrology 

Recent Publications

Slovenec, D., Šegvić, B.

Boninite volcanic rocks from the mélange of NW Dinaric-Vardar ophiolite zone (Mt. Medvednica, Croatia) – record of Middle to Late Jurassic arc-forearc system in the Tethyan subduction factory

(2019) Mineralogy and Petrology, 113 (1), pp. 17-37.

Leila, M., Moscariello, A., Šegvić, B.

Depositional facies controls on the diagenesis and reservoir quality of the Messinian Qawasim and Abu Madi formations, onshore Nile Delta, Egypt

(2019) Geological Journal, Article in Press.

Šegvić, B
., Girardclos, S., Zanoni, G., Gonzalez, C.A., Steimer-Herbet, T., Besse, M.

Origin and paleoenvironmental significance of Fe–Mn nodules in the Holocene perialpine sediments of Geneva Basin, western Switzerland

(2018) Applied Clay Science, 160, pp. 22-39.

Cuadros, J., Šegvić, B., Dekov, V., Michalski, J.R., Baussà Bardají, D.

Electron microscopy investigation of the genetic link between Fe oxides/oxyhydroxides and nontronite in submarine hydrothermal fields

(2018) Marine Geology, 395, pp. 247-259.


Leila, M., Moscariello, A., Šegvić, B.

Geochemical constraints on the provenance and depositional environment of the Messinian sediments, onshore Nile Delta, Egypt: Implications for the late Miocene paleogeography of the Mediterranean

(2018) Journal of African Earth Sciences, 143, pp. 215-241.

Mahrous, M.A., Šegvić, B., Zanoni, G., Khadka, S.D., Senadheera, S., Jayawickrama, P.W.

The role of clay swelling and mineral neoformation in the stabilization of high plasticity soils treated with the fly ash-and metakaolin-based geopolymers

(2018) Minerals, 8 (4), art. no. 146.

Benvenuti, A., Šegvić, B., Moscariello, A.

Tunnel valley deposits from the southern North Sea – material provenance and depositional processes

(2018) Boreas, 47 (2), pp. 625-642.

Stutenbecker, L., Delunel, R., Schlunegger, F., Silva, T.A., Šegvić, B., Girardclos, S., Bakker, M., Costa, A., Lane, S.N., Loizeau, J.-L., Molnar, P., Akçar, N., Christl, M.

Reduced sediment supply in a fast eroding landscape? A multi-proxy sediment budget of the upper Rhône basin, Central Alps

(2018) Sedimentary Geology, 375, pp. 105-119.

Ragusa, J., Kindler, P., Šegvić, B., Ospina-Ostios, L.M.

Provenance analysis of the Voirons Flysch (Gurnigel nappe, Haute-Savoie, France): stratigraphic and palaeogeographic implications

(2017) International Journal of Earth Sciences, 106 (8), pp. 2619-2651.