Author Archives: Greg Wiles
Welcome to Geology 110 – Environmental Geology. This is the web syllabus for the Fall 2018 Environmental Geology course at The College of Wooster. Web resources via links, announcements and assignments will be added to these pages each week. See class notes for general … Continue reading
The group at the Triplett and Van Doren No-Till site. Coring the Earth. An air stripping tower at the Wellfield. An interceptor well at the South Wellfielde. The support staff coring a Dawn Redwood at Secrest Arboretum.
_________________________________ Below are some of the photos and materials from last spring’s course. Because of ongoing environmental changes some of these materials are out of date. Last lecture slides for Spring 2016 – here. Another great day in the Valley – the … Continue reading
Starting out at the OARDC after a brief encounter with a glacial erratic, we moved on to the Secrest Arboretum to appreciate the history of growing trees there and the ongoing experiments (including the Triplett-Van Doren no-till experiment. Next at … Continue reading
Welcome to Environmental Geology (Geology 110) The Killbuck Valley in flood. The Killbuck Valley in corn