| 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
Saleh, D. K. , Kratzer, C. R., Green, C., and Evans, D. G., (2009). Using the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) to Simulate Runoff in Mustang Creek Basin, California, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5031, 28 p.
Downing, B.D., Bergamaschi, B.A., Evans, D.G., and Boss, E. (2009). Assessing contribution of DOC from sediments to a drinking-water reservoir using optical profiling, Lakes and Reservoir Management, 24, 381-391.
W.P. Anderson, Jr. and D.G. Evans, (2007). On the interpretation of recharge estimates based on steady-state model calibrations, Ground Water, 45(4), 499-505.