Professor of Geosciences, Department Chair of Earth and Environment



Office: HAC 121 (lab)

Geology, Ecology, Geochemistry and Geophysics of Baker Woodlands

Student Independent Projects:

RP Norley

David Dahari


Wilson*, Matthew D., de Wet, A.P. and Davies*, Gregory M., 2006, Wetland sedimentary record as an indicator of the land use at a former industrial site, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 2, p. 80.

de Wet, A.P., Weaver, Steve, and Acheampong, Steve. 2000. Hydrology, Geochemistry and Geophysics of the Baker Woodlands Environmental Research Site, Lancaster, PA. Proceedings of the 13th KECK Geology Consortium Symposium. p. 245-249.

Carlson, Erin; de Wet, Andrew; Campbell, Saskia, and Williams, A. 2000. Geophysics used to investigate the structure of a landfill. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 32, no. 1, Geological Society of America (GSA), United States.

de Wet, A.P., Sternberg, R.S., and Winick*, J., 1999, Interpreting Land-use History by Integrating Aerial Photographs, Near-surface Geophysics and Field Observations into a Digital Database: Environmental and Engineering Geosciences, Vol. V, No. 2, pp. 235-254.

de Wet, A.P., Richardson, J., and Olympia*, C., 1998, Interactions of Land-use history and current ecology in a recovering "urban wildland", Urban Ecosystems, Vol 2, pp. 235-262.

D Dahari, A P de Wet, and R S Sternberg, 1998 Characterization of Sub-Surface Features at a Former Industrial Site Using Non-Invasive Near-Surface Geophysical Techniques, AGU, Spring Meeting, GP22B-08