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The Campus Mine: An Adaptable Instruction Approach Using Simulated Underground Geology In a Campus Building to Improve Geospatial Reasoning Before FieldworkBenson, R.G.58253-261
Using high-precision specific-gravity measurements to study minerals in undergraduate geoscience coursesBrandriss, M.E.58155-165
Application of tablet PCs to lecture demonstrations on optical mineralogHoisch, T.D. & others58221-231
Lessons on the role of fun/playfulness from a geology undergraduate summer research programJarrett, O.S. & Burnley, P.58110-120
Assessing the impact of geoscience laboratories on student learning: Who benefits from introductory labs?Nelson, K.G. & others5843-50
Issues regarding student interpretation of color as a third-dimension on graphical representationsCid, X.C. & others57372-378
Siphons, water clocks, cooling coffee, and leaking capacitors: Classroom activities and a few equations to help studens understand radioactive decay and other exponential processesBrady, J. B.57190-205
Engaging students in atmospheric science: A university-high school collaboration in British Columbia, CanadaSinclair, K.E. & Marshall, S.J.57128-136
Fourth and fifth grade students learn about renewable and nonrenewable energy through inquiryFortner, S.K.57121-127
Commentary: A brief note on misconceptions regarding the candle-and-tumbler experimentClark, S.K.5799-100
Fudge Factors in Lessons on Crystallization, Rheology and Morphology of Basalt Lava FlowsRust, A.C. and others5673-80
An Active Learning Exercise for introducing Ground-Water Extraction from Confined AquifersSingha, K.56131-134
Using a Modified Hele-Shaw Cell to Understand the Layering of StrataWallace, P. and others56172-178
Demonstrating the Stratification of Dimictic and Meromictic Lakes in a Fish TankRodbell, D.T. 56225-247
The Dry-Erase Cube: Making Three-Dimensional Visualization EasyKuiper, Y.D.56261-268
How True Are Geological Maps? An Exercise in Geological MappingSturkell, E. and others56297-310
Mineral Identification By Chemical TestingBaskerville, S. and Evans, W.56302-306
Using Synthetic Data and Artificial Wells to Teach the Construction and Use of Water-Level Contour MapsNicholl M.J. and others56317-323
Watch Faults Grow Before Your Very Eyes in a Deformational SandboxDel Castello, M. and Cooke, M.56323-324
Learning Through Movie Production with the MovieclassroomUrbano, L.D. and Urbano, L.C.56334-341
Fostering students' comprehension of topographic maps Rapp, D.N. & others 55 5-16
Toward the improvement of reasoning and writing skills in sedimentary geology Smosna, R. and Bruner, K.R 55 15-23
A simple sand column laboratory exercise to illustrate pollutant hydrology in groundwater systems Dunnivant, F.M. and Olsen, R. 55 51-55
Exploring the relationship of scratch resistance, hardness, and other physical properties of minerals using Mohs scale minerals Whitney, D.L. & others 55 56-61
Case-based learning in an upper-level petrology laboratory Heister, L.E. and Lesher, C.E. 55 80-84
Using on-campus monitoring wells to enhance student learning in geo-hydrology courses Iqbai, M.Z. & Choowdhury, S.H. 55 364-370
Integrating cathodoluminescence into an undergraduate course King, E.M. 55 426-433
Active learning strategies for constructing knowledge of viscosity controls on lava-flow emplacement, textures and volcanic hazards B. Edwards, Teasdale, R., & Myers, J.D. 54 603-609
Laboratory apparatus for the demonstration of quicksand Nicholl, M.J. &Karnowski, M. 54 578-583
Analogue model for the gravity sliding of sediments Peacock, D.C.P. 54 550-554
Learning landform vocabulary through different methods: object boxex, sand and dough creations, or puppet plays Rule, A.C., Graham, L.E., Kowalski, S., & Harris, M. 54 515-525
An on-campus well field for hydrogeophysics education and undergraduate research Day-Lewis, F.D., Gray, M.B., Garfield, R.L., & Day-Lewis, A.D. 54 480-486
Studio classrooms and student-centered learning in traditional microscopy courses King, E.M. 54 476-479
Volcanoesin the classroom: A simulation of an eruption Harpp, K.S., Koleszar, A.M., and Geist, D.J 53 173-175
Combining stream-table experiments, high-tech particle analysis, and the Web to help geomorphology students evaluate landform evolution Clark, D.H. and Linneman, S.R 53 110-115
A data-rich exercise for discovering plate-boundary processes Sawyer, D.S., Henning, A.T., Shipp, S., and Dunbar, R.W 53 65-74
The transparent velocity-head rod for inexpensive and accurate measurement of stream velocities Fonstad, M.A., Reichling, J.P., and van de Grift, J.W 53 44-52
Cover photograph of stream-table delta (see article on p. 110-115) Clark, D.H. and Linneman, S.R 53 1
Cover photograph of of outdoor rock displays, Ft. Wayne IN Anonymou 52 "401, 403 "
A simple paper model of a transform fault at a spreading ridge Earle, S 52 391-392
Development of a low-cost, portable multi-channel seismic data-acquisition system for classroom experiments and independent studies Hornbach, M.J 52 386-390
The viscosities of foods as analogs for silicate melts Baker, D.R., Dalpe, C., and Poirier, G 52 363-367
Using candies to demonstrate concepts of weathering and sedimentary processes in lecture-based introducttory Earth science courses Bhattacharyya, P. and Czeck, D 52 293-300
A simple and effective tool for teaching the concept of strike and dip and the measurement of structural data in the field Gonzales, D.A 52 274-276
Using the scanning electron microscope for discover-based learning in undergraduate coruses Beane, R.J 52 250-253
A Web resource for the study of alkali feldspars and perthitic textures using light microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy Argast, A. and Tennis, C.F.II 52 213-217
Using food to demonstrate Earth-science concepts: A review Francek, M.A. and Winstanley, J.D.W 52 154-160
The polarized-light microscope: Should we teach the use of a 19th-century insturment in the 21st century? Gunter, M.E 52 33-44
A simple experiment to demonstrate overpressured fluids and soft-sediment deformation Peacock, D.C.P 51 410-414
A two-week guided inquiry project for an undergraduate geomorphology course Field, J 51 255-261
Building bridges between field and laboratory studies in an undergraduate groundwater course Noll, M.R 51 231-236
Use of the lava lamp as an analogy in the geoscience classroom Tolley, S.G. and Richmond, S.D 51 217-220
Introducing high-tech and low-tech geoscience-related technology to disadvantaged schools in the tropical Pacific Gibson, B.A., Postawko, S.E., Ensworth, J.D., Morrissey, M., Wurman, J.A., and Ellis, S.G 51 201-204
Revising geology labs to explicitly us the scientific method Hannula, K.A 51 194-200
Do we have a 20th or 21st century curriculum? (Editorial) Drummond, C.N 51 162
2002 summer Field course Scholarship Program Astwood, P.M 50 488-489
Understanding carbonate equilibria by measuring alkalinity in experimental and natural systems Anderson, C.B 50 389-403
Stream piracy in the Black Hills: A geomorphology lab exercise Zaprowski, B.J. and Evenson, E.B 50 380-388
Design, implementation, and assesssment of an undergraduate interdisciplinary watershed research laboratory Woltenmade, C.J., and Blewett, W.L 50 372-379
The use of U.S. Geological Survey CD-ROM-based petroleum assessments in undergraduate geology laboratories Eves, R.L., Davis, L.E., Dyman, T.S., and Takahashi, K.I 50 312-321
Studying earthquakes, while also learning about data and visualization Wells, N.A 50 271-286
Using GPS to teach more than accurate positions Johnson, M.C. and Guth, P.L 50 241-246
[Call for manuscripts on] Collaborative partnerships that link geoscience research and K-16 education Harnik, P., Ross, R. and Drummond, C.N 50 39
Design, implementation, and evaluation of GIS-based learning materials in an introductory geoscience course Hall-Wallace, M.K. and McAuliffe, C.M 50 5-14
Using an alternative report format in undergraduate hydrology laboratories Luft, J.A., Tollefson, S.J., and Roehrig, G.H 49 454-460
Creased-plastic rock permeameter for hydrogeology students Hudak, P.F 49 182-186
Thin-section grain location marking Bice, W.R 49 64-65
Geologic time scales, maps and the chronoscalimeter Nieto-Obregon, J 49 25-29
How to make an accurate three-dimensional model of any crystal from its stereogram Erickson, R.C., and Barthelmy, L.G 48 624-630

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