David. L Ozsvath

Professor of Geology
Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton, 1985


Hydrogeology; geochemistry; geomorphology; environmental geology; glacial geology.


Groundwater flow modeling; geochemical controls on groundwater quality; contaminant hydrogeology.


  1. Ozsvath, D.L. 2009, Fluoride and Environmental Health: a Review; Reviews in Environmental Science and Biotechnology 8, No. 1: 59-79. (invited paper)
  2. 2009 Ozsvath, D.L. 2009, Effect of Climate Change on Groundwater Recharge, Central Wisconsin; 32nd Annual Applied Geography Conferences, Baton Rouge, LA.
  3. 2008 Outstanding Referee Award from editorial team of Waste Management journal.
  4. Ozsvath, D.L. 2007. Natural Controls on Fluoride Concentrations in a Fractured, Crystalline Bedrock Aquifer; 30th Annual Applied Geography Conferences, Indianapolis, IN.
  5. Ozsvath, D.L. 2006. Fluoride Concentrations in a Crystalline Bedrock Aquifer, Marathon County, Wisconsin; Environmental Geology, vol. 50, no. 1, p. 132-138.
  6. Ozsvath, D.L. 2006. Working with Their Strengths: Reconfiguring an Introductory Course; in: Gingrasso, S., and L.O. Wilson, eds.; Views from the Bridge: Reflections into Changed Practice, The UW-SP Faculty Alliance for Creating and Enhancing Teaching Strategies (FACETS), University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, p. 63-67.