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Tabidian, M.A. An applied alternative with emphasis on local environmental issues to a traditional term paper for envrironmental geology 55 381-386
Takahashi, K.I. The use of U.S. Geological survey CD-ROM-based petroleum assessments in undergraduate geology laboratories 50 312-321
Takao, A.Y. Applying argumentation analysis to assess the quality of university oceanography students' scientific writing 50 40-48
Tanaka, K. Cover images of three contouring and shading methods 50 "353, 355"
Tank, R. Travels with the fossil hunters (reviewed) 49 67-68
Tapanila, L. "Fossilplot, an Excel-based computer application for teaching stratigraphic paleontology using the Sepkoski Compendium of fossil marine genera" 55 133-137
Tashiro, J.S. VR excursions - Exploring Earth's environment 49 215-216
Tatomir, J. Insights from examining weathering patterns by tactual analysis of surface textures 52 289-292
Taunton, A. Introducing medical geology to undergraduates as a critical-thinking and risk-assessment tool 55 169-180
Taylor, E.M. Book review 47 91-92
Taylor, H.A. The effect of multiple formats on understanding complex visual displays 52 115-121
Taylor, T. Food for thought 49 88
Teasdale, R. Teaching rocks & minerals in a hands-on lab: A teaching and learning experince for pre-credential undergraduates at CSU Chico 56 401-407
Teed, R. A student-centered project of Earth-system history 53 96-100
Teed, R. A multi-disciplinary earth systems course designed for pre-service middle-school teachers 55 218-221
Templeton, A. Coupled collaborative in-class activities and individual follow-up homework promot interactive engagement and improve student learning outcomes in a college-level environmental-geology course 57 356-371
Tennis, C.F.III "A Web resource for the study of alkali feldspars and perthitic textures using light microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy" 52 213-217
Tepper, J.H. "Connecting geology, history, and the classics through a course in geomythology" 47 221-226
Tettenhorst, R.T. Student performance 48 543-544
Tewksbury, B.J. Teaching methods in undergraduate geoscience courses: Results of the 2004 On the Cutting Edge Survey of US faculty 53 237-252
Theissen, K.M. The Earth's record of climate: A focused-topic introductory course 56 342-353
Thewissen, J.G.M. Book reviews 48 391-392
Thiry, H. Professional Development Needs and Outcomes for Education-Engaged Scientists: A Research-Based Framework 56 235-246
Thomas, J. Laboratory Earth: A model of online K-12 teacher coursework 58 203-213
Thomas, J. J. Home energy conservation exercise 51 521-526
Thomas, J.J. The Lifestyle Project 51 496-499
Thomas, J.J. Classification 48 571
Thomas, R.C. Learning geologic time in the field 49 18-21
homas. C.W Secondary students' subject matter representations of climate change 56 307-316
Thompson, J.R. Geoscape: An instructional rock garden for inquiry-based cooperative learning exercises in introductory geology courses 51 171-176
Thompson, K. "Introducing teachers to geospatial technology while helping them discover vegetation patterns in Owens Valley, California" 57 64-72
Thompson, K. Earth science mini lessons: A service-learning strategy for improving attitudes toward science of preservice elementary teachers 55 228-234
Thompson, K.E. Incorporating a watershed-based summary field exercise into an introductory hydrogeology course 58 214-220
Thompson, K.R. Science as storytelling for teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interface 57 178-190
Thompson, K.R. Commentary: On teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interface 57 168-177
Thorbjarnarson, K.W. Visual solute transport: A computer code for use in hydrogeology classes 50 287-291
Tikoff, B. Analogical thinking in geoscience education 58 2-13
Tindall, J.A. Book reviews 48 103-104
Titus, S. Characterizing and improving spatial visualization skills 57 242-254
Tolhurst, J.W. A constructivist approach to a high-enrollment undergraduate environmental-education course 47 249-254
Tollefson, S.J. Using an alternative report format in undergraduate hydrology laboratories 49 454-460
Tolley, S.G. Use of the lava lamp as an analogy in the geoscience classroom 51 217-220
Tolley, S.G. Erratum 51 336
Tolson, G. Assessing fault reactivation with the ReActiva program 48 651-657
Tomlin, T. Science as storytelling for teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interface 57 178-190
Tomlin, T. Commentary: On teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interface 57 168-177
Torgersen, T. "Environmental process analysis, 1: Residence time and first-order processes" 52 324-330
Torgersen, T. "Enviromental process analysis, 2: Dynamic steady states" 52 331-337
Torresen, E. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Totten, I.M. Project-based learning approach to shale diagenesis: A better avenue to the big picture 55 289-294
Totten, I.M. An earth science course for pre-service teachers 56 456-465
Totten, M.W.Sr. Project-based learning approach to shale diagenesis: A better avenue to the big picture 55 289-294
Towner, R.H. Environmental History of the Southwest as a General Science Education Course 56 212-219
Townsend, M. Teaching the nitrogen cycle and human-health interactions 55 158-168
Trend, R. Editorial: thinking and learning in the geosciences 57 222-223
Trend, R. Commentary: Fostering students' argumentation skills in geoscience education 57 224-232
Trent, D. "Cover photograph of ogives in Vaughn Lewis Glacier, Alaska" 48 "1, 4"
Tretinjak, C.A. Enhancement of geology content knowledge through field-based instruction for pre-service elementary teachers 56 422-433
Trexler, J.H.Jr. Locating data on topographic maps - A field exercise in comparison of navigation methods 48 33-38
Tripp, A.C. Paleontological sonification: Letting music bring fossils to your ears 53 271-280
Tripp, A.C. Paleontological sonification: Letting music bring fossils to your ears 53 271-280
Trop, J.M. Integration of field observations with laboratory modeling for understanding hydrologic processes in an undergraduate Earth-science course 48 514-521
Tsujita, C.J. A geologic rock garden as an artificial mapping area for teaching geology and outreach 48 24-29
Turekian, K.. Food for thought 49 290
Twidale, C.R. A plea for the best of the past - Suggestions for teaching about landforms 47 241-248
Tyburczy, J.A. Heads or rails - A learning cycle exercise on radioactive decay and age determination 48 585-586

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