Allen W. Archer
Ph.D., University of Indiana
Al retired at the end of the fall 2015 semester. While active, he taught Historical Geology, Strat-Sed, and graduate courses on demand. His particular expertise is in tidal cycles in sedimentation, and he's particularly interested in the world's most extreme tides. He and his graduate students traveled to such sites as Mont St. Michelle in France, the mouth of the Amazon in Brazil, and Cook Inlet in Alaska.
Information about Al's research publications is available here.
More information is available on Al's personal website.