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Dadd, K.A. Using problem-based learning to bring the workplace into the classroom 57 1-10
Dahl, S.O. Glaciers and environmental change (reviewed) 50 112-113
Dalpe, C. The viscosities of foods as analogs for silicate melts 52 363-367
Damour, L. Food for thought 50 168
Danner, W.R. Book review 47 195-199
Danowski, D. "Teaching pollutant fate and transport concepts to undergraduate non-science majors, environmental scientists, and hydrologists using Enviroland " 50 553-558
Danowski, D. Teaching chemical speciation to environmental chemists and geochemists using Enviroland 50 549-552
Darling, R.S. Modeling magmatic phase equilibria with synthetic water - KCl fluid inclusions 48 198-202
Das, B. Integrating geology and physics to ehnance science learning experience of students and serve the community 50 150-157
Davidson, L. Teaching process mineralogy in Australia 52 45-51
Davies-Vollum, K.S. Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed research project 47 266-271
Davies, P. Food for thought 47 375
Davis, C. A multi-disciplinary earth systems course designed for pre-service middle-school teachers 55 218-221
Davis, J.C. Integration of new methods into teaching mineralogy 52 23-30
Davis, L.E. The use of U.S. Geological survey CD-ROM-based petroleum assessments in undergraduate geology laboratories 50 312-321
Davis, L.E. Presentation of 1998 James H. Shea Award 47 59-61
Davis, L.E. Measuring and describing a stratigraphic section in the classroom 48 586
Davis, L.E. Cover photograph of two Pleistocen flood deposits at Lewiston ID 48 "117, 120"
Davis, M.A. VR excursions - Exploring Earth's environment 49 215-216
Davis, R.A., Food for thought 49 363
Davis, R.L. Required class attendance at public meetings 48 591
Dawe, M. Creating reusable educational components: Lessons from DLESE 50 25-30
Dawe, R.A. A professional engineering degree in petroleum geoscience to satisfy Caribbean industry 55 181-190
Dawkins, K. Eighth-grade studentsŐ understandings of groundwater 52 178-181
Dawkins, K.R. Secondary earth/environmental science teachers' aversion to videotaped self study 55 373-380
Dawkins, K.R. Scientific fieldwork: An opportunity for pedagogical-content knowledge development 55 371-376
Dawkins, K.R. Building a community of teacher learners in an earth/environmental science professional development opportunity 55 67-71
Day, E.A. A constructivist approach to a high-enrollment undergraduate environmental-education course 47 249-254
Dean, D. Book review 47 499-500
DeBari, S. Promoting K-12 community research and service through the Washington earth-science initiative 51 54-63
DeChambeau, A.L. Using information literacy standards to improve geoscience courses 51 490-495
Deffeyes, K.S. Hubbert's peak: the impending world oil shortage (reviewed) 50 210-211
Del Castello, M. Watch faults grow before your very eyes in a deformational sandbox 56 324-323
Delfiner, P. Geostatistics: Modeling spatial uncertainty [reviewed] 48 100
Dentith, M.C. An introductory geophysical exercise demonstrating the use of the gravity method in mineral exploration 47 213-220
Desjardins, S.G. An interdisciplinary approach to teaching introductory chemistry to geology students 51 481-483
Devaul, H. Creating reusable educational components: Lessons from DLESE 50 25-30
Devlin, J.F. Rationalizing geomorphology with an energy balance 51 398-409
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 49 66-71
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 49 488-490
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 50 483-487
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 49 407-413
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 49 317
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 49 215-216
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 50 209-211
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 50 111-114
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 47 90-94
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 47 498-502
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 47 400-404
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 47 295-299
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 47 195-199
Diana, C.M. Books for geoscientists 48 100
Diana, C.M. Book reviews 48 715-719
Diana, C.M. Book reviews 48 545-548
Diana, C.M. Book reviews 48 391-395
Diana, C.M. Book reviews 48 249-253
Diana, C.M. Book review 47 501
Dickerson, D. Students' conceptions of scale regarding groundwater 53 374-380
Dickerson, D. Eighth-grade studentsŐ understandings of groundwater 52 178-181
Dickerson, D.L. Secondary earth/environmental science teachers' aversion to videotaped self study 55 373-380
Dickerson, D.L. Scientific fieldwork: An opportunity for pedagogical-content knowledge development 55 371-376
Dickerson, D.L. Building a community of teacher learners in an earth/environmental science professional development opportunity 55 67-71
Diemer, J.A. Investigating the Sedimentary History of a Pond during a Multi-Week Laboratory Project 56 15-23
Diesel, E. Increased student learning and attendance in resources geology through the combination of sentence-headline slides and active-learning measures 55 85-91
Dilek, Y. NAGT Neil Miner Award for 2008 57 82-83
Dillon, D.L. A geologic rock garden as an artificial mapping area for teaching geology and outreach 48 24-29
Divak, M.N. The Robert F. Kennedy Science Research Institute 51 21-28
Dockstader, C.J. Teaching the nitrogen cycle and human-health interactions 55 158-168
Dodes, C. Web resources for the seasons 53 217-218
Dodick, J. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Domack, C.W. Teaching introductory meteorology through an observation-oriented term project 47 260-265
Domack, C.W. A service-learning component in a paleontology course as a model for community outreach by geology students 48 658-661
Domack, E.W. Book reviews 48 715-719
Dott, R.H.Jr. "The ice finders - How a poet, a professor, and a politician discovered the ice age (reviewed) " 50 483-484
Dott, R.H.Jr. Book reviews 48 545-548
Downs, R.T. Using the American Mineralogist crystal-structure database in the classroom 52 76-80
Dowse, M.E. Everyday minerals 48 571
Dowse, M.E. Aquifer in a jub 48 581
Dozier, K. A constructivist approach to a high-enrollment undergraduate environmental-education course 47 249-254
Dramer, J.C. Book review 47 93-94
Drummond, C.N. A new beginning for the Journal of Geoscience Education - Editorial 56 374
Drummond, C.N. 2007 James H. Shea Award Citation of J. Libarkin 56 190-191
Drummond, C.N. Analysis of the Bachlor of Science in Geology as Offered in the United States 56 113-119
Drummond, C.N. "Call for Papers for Special Issue of JGE on ""Preparing Future Teacers of Geoscience""" 56 106
Drummond, C.N. The geosciences as an employment opportunity (editorial) 53 486
Drummond, C.N. "The geology department, the administration, and the roots of failure and success (editorial)" 53 146
Drummond, C.N. The state of the Journal 2005 (editorial) 53 2
Drummond, C.N. "Education, geoscience, and databases - the value of DLESE" 52 402
Drummond, C.N. "Competition, education, and the scientific method" 52 310
Drummond, C.N. The greatest field trip ever 52 210
Drummond, C.N. Increasing diversity in the Earth sciences 52 2
Drummond, C.N. Carl Rogers and the origin of experiential learning (editorial) 51 462
Drummond, C.N. Game-based learning (editorial) 51 358
Drummond, C.N. A journal for all geoscience educators (editorial) 51 282
Drummond, C.N. The state of the Journal (Editorial) 51 2
Drummond, C.N. Do we have a 20th or 21st century curriculum? (Editorial) 51 162
Drummond, C.N. Celebrating excellence (editorial) 50 494
Drummond, C.N. "Call for papers on ""Teaching Mineral Sciences in the 21st Century"" " 50 490
Drummond, C.N. [Call for manuscripts for theme issue of JGE on] Collaborative partnerships that link geoscience research and K-16 education 50 39
Drummond, C.N. Joining the revolution (editorial) 50 354
Drummond, C.N. Call for photographs for JGE Introductory Geology Annotated Photo CD Collection 50 349
Drummond, C.N. Immanence and configuration: Scale dependance and the transition from periodic to quasi-periodic behavior of dynamic systems (editorial) 50 346-348
Drummond, C.N. Teaching on the edge of chaos (editorial) 50 238
Drummond, C.N. Immanence and configuration : Superposition and soil formation - A stratigraphic paradox (editorial) 50 232
Drummond, C.N. The science of teaching and learning (editorial) 50 2
Drummond, C.N. Intelligent design and the future of science education (editorial) 50 134
Drummond, C.N. JGE reader interest survey form 50 130
Drummond, C.N. Immanence and configuration (editorial) 50 117-118
Drummond, C.N. "Immanence and configuration: patterns, processes, and the uniqueness of time (editorial) " 49 92-93
Drummond, C.N. Immanence and configuration - Global biogeochemical cycling of oxygen (editorial) 49 501
Drummond, C.N. The significance of systems (editorial) 49 420
Drummond, C.N. "Immanence and configuration - Orders, organizations, and hierarchy (editorial) " 49 414-415
Drummond, C.N. Can field camps survive? (editorial) 49 336
Drummond, C.N. Immanence and configuration - The quest for a cause (editorial) 49 329
Drummond, C.N. Ten common principles of geoscience departments - Part II (Editorial) 49 224
Drummond, C.N. "Cover photograph of Grand Tetons, WY " 49 223
Drummond, C.N. Immanence and configuration - Temporal fidelity and time partitioning in stratigraphy (editorial) 49 218-220
Drummond, C.N. Sustaining intellectual integrity in the fact of irrationality (editorial) 49 2
Drummond, C.N. Ten common principles of geoscience departments - Part I (editorial) 49 108
Drummond, C.N. Analyzing fossil morphology - cladism 48 588-589
Drummond, C.N. Analyzing fossil morphology 48 587-588
Drummond, C.N. Exploring the statistics of sedimentary bed thicknesses - Two case studies 48 487-499
Drummond, C.N. Building landscapes for contour mapping 48 595
Drummond, C.N. Facilitating scientific thoughtfulness for non-science majors 47 45-55
Druschel, G.K. Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science course 58 145-154
Druyan, A. Food for thought 48 324
Dubey, M. Seventh-grade students learn about the use of clays in everyday products 55 282-288
Dubrow, A. "Multimedia model for the utilization of geoscience eductional resources in public parks near urban centers, Hudson Highlands, New York" 52 149-153
Dudley, W.C. Book reviews 48 251-251
Duffin, K.L. Lessons learned from using a Web-based interactive landform-simulation model (WILSIM) in a general-education physical- geography course 53 489-493
Dumont, J.F. Active tectonics and alluvial rivers (reviewed) 49 413
Dunbar, R.W. A data-rich exercise for discovering plate-boundary processes 53 65-74
Dunlop, S. Forum on industrial minerals 48 521
Dunn, S.R. Geoscience research at liberal arts colleges: school rankings 49 267-273
Dunnivant, F.M. "Teaching pollutant fate and transport concepts to undergraduate non-science majors, environmental scientists, and hydrologists using Enviroland " 50 553-558
Dunnivant, F.M. Teaching chemical speciation to environmental chemists and geochemists using Enviroland 50 549-552
Dunnivant, F.M. A simple sand column laboratory exercise to illustrate pollutant hydrology in groundwater systems 55 51-55
Dunnivant, F.M. A comprehensive stream study designed for an undergraduate non-majors course in earth science 47 158-165
Dunnivant, M.E. A comprehensive stream study designed for an undergraduate non-majors course in earth science 47 158-165
Dupre, W.R. Attempts at improving quantitative problem-solving skills in large lecture-format introductory geology courses 48 431-435
Duranczyk, I.M. Doing time: Apatite fission-track analysis in undergraduate science courses 55 222-227
Durbin, J.M. The benefits of combining computer technology and traditional teaching methods in large enrollment geoscience classes 50 56-63
Dutch, S.I. Review - CD-ROM photoatlas of minerals 47 384-385
Dutch, S.I. Religion as belief versus religion as fact 50 137-144
Dutch, S.I. Life (briefly) near a supernova 53 27-30
Dutch, S.I. Letter and reply on Zen of Research 47 202-204
Dutrow, B.L. Teaching mineralogy from the core to the crust 52 81-86
Dyar, M.D. Integration of new methods into teaching mineralogy 52 23-30
Dyman, T.S.The use of U.S. Geological survey CD-ROM-based petroleum assessments in undergraduate geology laboratories 50 312-321
Dzuroff, P.A. Global warming: the complete briefing (reviewed) 49 65-66

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