| Sac State Department of Geology|
Professor of Hydrogeology
University of California, Berkeley, 1982
Teaching and Research Interests
I have research and teaching interests in groundwater hydrology and borehole geophysics. In addition to my academic experience, I have served on regulatory review teams, consulted on water supply and contamination problems in fractured rock environments, and have provided expert opinion to state agencies and private companies.
Courses I Teach
Hydrogeology (GEOL 127).
Workshops I Teach
Fractured Rock Hydrology
Evans, D.G. and W.P. Anderson, Jr. (in press), On the interpretation of recharge estimates based on steady-state model calibrations, submitted to Ground Water February 2005.
Faye, S., S. Cissé Faye and D. Evans (2003). Origin and distribution of saline groundwater in the Saloum (Senegal) coastal aquifer, manuscript accepted for publication in proceedings of Second International Conference on Saltwater Intrusion and Coastal Aquifers, Mérida, Yucatán, México.
Anderson, William P., Jr. and David G. Evans (2001). Discussion of “Anomalous Fresh Water Lens Morphology on a Strip Barrier Island” by C. Ruppel, G. Schultz, and S. Kruse, Groundwater, 39(6), 804-805.
Anderson, William P., Jr., David G. Evans and Stephen W.
Snyder (2000). The Effects of Holocene Barrier-Island Evolution on
Water-Table Elevations -