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Raffensperger, J.P. Book reviews 48 252-253
Rahn, J.L. Enhancing GIS education with student-created labs and a peer reference manual 52 133-140
Raia, F. StudentsŐ understanding of complex dynamic systems 53 297-308
Raia, F. Causality in Complex Dynamic Systems: A challenge to Earth Systems Science Education 56 81-94
Rajpaulsingh, W. A professional engineering degree in petroleum geoscience to satisfy Caribbean industry 55 181-190
Rakkapao, S. Thai university students' prior knowledge about P-waves generated during particle motion 57 286-299
Ramirez, P. Recent online resources and distance-learning experiences in natural hazards 55 202-210
Ramsdell, K. Increased student learning and attendance in resources geology through the combination of sentence-headline slides and active-learning measures 55 85-91
Randall, B.A Visual BASIC 6 program that facilitates learning the characteristics of simple and pure shear through experimentation 50 559-565
Rankey, E.C. The use of critical thinking skills for teaching evolution in an introductory geology course 51 304-308
Rapp, D.N. Fostering students' comprehension of topographic maps 55 5-16
Rapport, E.D. What undergraduates think about clouds and fog 57 145-151
Rebich, S. The use of a mock environment summit to support learning about global climate change 53 5-16
Rebich, S. Concept mapping to reveal prior knowledge and conceptual change in a mock summit course on global climate change 53 355-365
Reckling, F.W. Book reviews 48 101-102
Reckling, J.B. Book reviews 48 101-102
Redmond, A. Laboratory Earth: A model of online K-12 teacher coursework 58 203-213
Reese, J.F. Using space shuttle photographs to teach plate tectonics 48 596
Reeve, A. Wetland connections: Linking university researchers and high-school teachers to advance science education and wetland conservation 51 387-397
Regens, N.L. Impact of a K-12 partnership on science teaching 51 104-113
Regens, N.L. Building university-school partnerships: An exercise in communication and understanding 51 96-103
Reichard, J.S. Switchng from a traditional to a computer-based format for introductory geoscience lectures 47 325-330
Reichard, J.S. A computer program for use with pace and compass exercises 50 544-548
Reichling, J.P. The transparent velocity-head rod for inexpensive and accurate measurement of stream velocities 53 44-52
Reinhardt, J. Optical mineralogy in a modern Earth sciences curriculum 52 60-67
Reish, N.A Visual BASIC 6 program that facilitates learning the characteristics of simple and pure shear through experimentation 50 559-565
Reist, M.R. Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed research project 47 266-271
Renshaw, C.E. The effect of multiple formats on understanding complex visual displays 52 115-121
Renshaw, C.E. A laboratory exercise on determining dinosaur speeds using dimensional analysis 48 342-347
Repine, T.E.Jr. Sustaining K-12 professional development in geology: Recurrent participation in RockCamp 52 161-171
Reuss, R.L. An interactive game approach to learning in historical geology and paleontology 49 120-129
Revetta, F.A. Integrating geology and physics to ehnance science learning experience of students and serve the community 50 150-157
Rexroad, C.B. Introductory geology for elementary education majors utilizing a constructivist approach 49 450-453
Reynolds, R.W. On the practical aspects of incorporating field-based projects into introductory oceanography 52 218-223
Reynolds, S.J. Rocks before terms and tables - From the concrete to the abstract 48 572
Reynolds, S.J. "List what to know, not what is on the test" 48 603-604
Reynolds, S.J. Explore data first 48 592
Reynolds, S.J. "Concept sketches - Using student- and instructor-generated , annotated sketches for learning, teaching, and assessment in geology courses" 53 85-94
Riahi, D.N. Book review 47 297-298
Rice-Snow, S. Maintaining a small-group discussion focus while bringing international issues into the large classroom 52 260-265
Richard, G. Web resources for fieldwork 52 205-206
Richard, S. Web resources for fieldwork 52 505-506
Richardson, J. 2007 GSA Biggs Award Citation of J. Elkins 56 191-192
Richardson, R.M. The wave 48 576
Richardson, R.M. Stripes on the sea floor 48 575
Richardson, R.M. "Significant figures, data quality, and a sense of time" 48 596
Richardson, R.M. Geologic time (clothes) line 48 584
Richmond, S.D. Use of the lava lamp as an analogy in the geoscience classroom 51 217-220
Richmond, S.D. Erratum 51 336
Ridge, J. Roadside geology of Massachusetts (reviewed) 50 111-112
Ridgway, K.D. Integration of field observations with laboratory modeling for understanding hydrologic processes in an undergraduate Earth-science course 48 514-521
Ridky, R.K. Examining long-term global climate change on the Web 50 497-514
Ridky, R.W. "In memorium - Dorothy Stout, 1941-2001 " 49 502
Ridky, R.W. Calibrated peer-review assignments for the earth sciences 57 328-334
Rigby, J.K. A problematic fossil brings paleontology to the classroom and the world 51 361-364
Riggs, D.M. Cross-cultural education of geoscience professionals: The conferences of the Indigenous Earth Science Project 51 527-535
Riggs, E.M. "Implementation of constructivist pedagogy in a geoscience course designed for pre-service K-6 teachers: Progress, pitfalls, and lessons learned " 50 49-55
Riggs, E.M. Geologic problem solving in the field: Analylsis of field navigation and mapping by advanced undergraduates 57 48-63
Riggs, E.M. Enhancement of geology content knowledge through field-based instruction for pre-service elementary teachers 56 422-433
Riggs, E.M. Cross-cultural education of geoscience professionals: The conferences of the Indigenous Earth Science Project 51 527-535
Rimal, N.N. Using available resources to enhance the teaching of hydrogeology 48 508-513
Ritchie, M. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Ritter, M. "Cover image of Mariscal Mountain anticline in Big Bend National Park, TX " 49 135-139
Rizzo, D.M. Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science course 58 145-154
Roberts, B.R. The use of Haiku and portfolio entry to teach the change of seasons 53 559-562
Roberts, D. Linking Physical Geography Education and Research Through the Development of an Environmental Sensing Network and Project-Based Learning 58 262-274
Roberts, D. Linking Physical Geography Education and Research Through the Development of an Environmental Sensing Network and Project-Based Learning 58 262-274
Roberts, S.J. Using a spreadsheet to introduce aqueous-speciation calculations to geochemistry students 48 203-208
Roberts, S.M. Reinforcing quantitative skills with applied research on tombstone-weathering rates 48 469-473
Robins, C. Using synthetic data and artificial wells to teach the construction and us of water-level contour maps 56 317-323
Robinson, C.W. Home energy conservation exercise 51 521-526
Robinson, G.D. How many years does it take for a mountain to wash into the sea? An introductory geology exercise 49 135-139
Robinson, M.D. Geoscience research at liberal arts colleges: school rankings 49 267-273
Robinson, P.T. NAGT Neil Miner Award for 2008 57 82-83
Rodbell, D.T. Demonstrating the Stratification of Dimictic and Meromictic Lakes in a Fish Tank 56 247-25
Rodbell, D.T. "Cover photograph of Union College students and faculty sampling sediment from frozen Ballston Lake, New York" 53 485
Rodbell, D.T. A winter field-based course on limnology and paleolimnology 53 494-500
Roederer, J.G. Book review 47 195-199
Roehrig, G.H. Using an alternative report format in undergraduate hydrology laboratories 49 454-460
Romey, W.D. "Using patterns, icons, abstractions, and metaphors from art in geoscience classes" 48 "295

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