NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY
- FARGO, N D
Donald P. Schwert
Professor Emeritus of Geology
Department of Geosciences
Geosciences Bldg. 205
P.O. Box 6050
North Dakota State University
Fargo, ND 58108-6050, USA
I have diverse research interests, which range from reconstruction of late Quaternary climates to the development of tools for enhancing earth science education. My faculty home in the Department of Geosciences at NDSU is a small, close-knit group of faculty and students who share a field-oriented program of geologic training.
My personal interests include playing classical piano (favored is music from the early 20th century), family history, and geologic travel.
I find the worldwide web to be a fantastic opportunity for geologic outreach to the state . . and to the world. Below are some web sites that I either actively maintain or in whose development I participate. Your comments are most welcome.
LINKS TO MY PUBLIC OUTREACH SITES:
LINKS TO MY RESEARCH SITES:
LINKS TO MY FAMILY HISTORY HOMEPAGES:
- Schwert Family - Genealogical information on the offspring of Carl and Veronica (née Modrzejewska) Schwertfeger / Schwert. This lineage is derived from the region of Lagschau, Kladau, and Gardschau in northern West Prussia.
Familien Malsch und Hecht - Photographs, mostly unidentified, of my ancestors from the region of Staffort, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg.
Peters Familie - Photographs, mostly unidentified, of my ancestors from the region of Lausigk (today Bad Lausick), Sachsen.
- Planet Oit Video - I get to play a cameo role in this video on the Geology Explorer game!!!
- AVHRR Image Gallery - The folks at Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory do wonders with free data from regular passes of NOAA satellites.
This individual WWW page represents the views of the author and not necessarily those of North Dakota State University. NDSU is not responsible or liable for its contents. Please therefore direct all comments and/or questions to D.P. Schwert.