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Technology, accuracy and scientific thought in field camp: an ethnographic studyFeig, A.D.58241-251
Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science coursePearce, A.R. & others58145-154
One-week module on stochastic groundwater modeling (Note - Erratum: v. 58, p. 121)Mays, D.C.58101-109
Strategies and rubrics for teaching chaos and complex systems theories as elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating evolutionary systemsFichter, L.S., & others5868-85
Expanding evolutionary theory beyond Darwinism with elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating complex evolutionary systemsFichter, L.S., & others5858-64
Every equation tells a story: Using equation dictionaries in introductory geophysicsCaplan-Auerbach, J.57348-355
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
An active learning exercise for introducing ground-water extraction from confined aquifersSingha, K.56131-134
A Matlab script fpr visualizing structure contours abnd outcrop patterns in three dimensionsSchopfer, M.P.J.56142-148
Integrating topics in an introductory hydrogeology course through a semester-long hydraulic containment design projectNeupauer, R.56225-234
Watch faults grow before your very eyes in a deformational sandboxDel Castello, M.56323-324
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
We have lift off! Integrating space science and mathematics in elementary classrooms Leonard, J. & Oakley, J.E. 54 452-457
Learning mathematics and Earth system science . . . Via satellite Vierling, L., Frykholm, J., & Glasson, G. 54 262-271
An interactive computer model for Coriolis demonstrations Urbano, L.D. & Houghton, J.L. 54 54-60
Using grain-size analysis as the basis for a research project in an undergraduate sedimentology course Davies-vollum, K.S. 54 10-17
Uses of Zeno's Achilles paradox in historical geology Rossbach, T.J. 54 5-9
Computation geology 31: Visualizing averages - The 60% relative depth rule for stream velocity Vacher, H.L 53 478-481
Computational geology 30: Archimedes' bath - A better story Vacher, H.L 53 334-338
The three-point problem, vector analysis and extension to the N-point problem Fienen, M.N 53 257-262
Computational geology 29: Quantitative literacy: Spreadsheets, range charts and triangular plots Vacher, H.L 53 219-228
Computational geology 28: Archimedean slices and the isostatic sphere Vacher, H.L 53 116-123
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
Life (briefly) near a supernova Dutch, S.I 53 27-30
Computational geology 27: Logarithmic scales Vacher, H.L 52 481-489
Enviromental process analysis, 2: Dynamic steady states Torgersen, T., Branco, B., and Bean, J 52 331-337
Environmental process analysis, 1: Residence time and first-order processes Torgersen, T., Branco, B., Bean, J., and Sytsma, R 52 324-330
The unique role of introductory geology courses in teaching quantitative reasoning Powell, W., and Leveson, D 52 301-305
Computational geology 26: Mathematics of radioactivity - When the Earth got old Vacher, H.L 51 436-445
Rationalizing geomorphology with an energy balance Devlin, J.F 51 398-409
Computational geology 25: Quantitative literacy - drug tasting, cancer screening, and the identification of igneous rocks Vacher, H.L 51 337-346
Computational geology 24: Patterns, dimensions and viscosity Vacher, H.L 51 262-267
Computational geology 23: The earth is curved Vacher, H.L 51 127-139
Computational geology 22: Pie slices and circular arcs Vacher, H.L 50 610-619
A computer program for use with pace and compass exercises Reichard, J.S 50 544-548
Understanding the origin and meaning of the radioactive-decay equation Huestis, S.P 50 524-527
Computational geology 21: The harmonic mean Vacher, H.L 50 457-465
An exercise in signal processing techniques Ananidou, T., Sarris, T.S., and Lerche, I 50 444-448
GIS applications to historical cartographic methods to improve the understanding and visualization of contours Kennelly, P.J 50 428-436
Understanding carbonate equilibria by measuring alkalinity in experimental and natural systems Anderson, C.B 50 389-403
Introducing problem formulation and spatial analysis with an example in global warming and sea level rise Orndorff, R.L 50 357-362
Immanence and configuration: Scale dependance and the transition from periodic to quasi-periodic behavior of dynamic systems Drummond, C.N 50 346-348
Using GPS to teach more than accurate positions Johnson, M.C. and Guth, P.L 50 241-246
Teaching on the edge of chaos (editorial) Drummond, C.N 50 238
Computational geology 20: Rocks at the intersection Vacher, H.L 50 201-208
Developing successful learning strategies in structural geology Caprariis, P.P.d 50 145-149
Computational geology 19: Classification and the combination of sets Vacher, H.L 50 89-99
Computational geology - News and views: DOE fellowships to promote computational earth science Salvage, K 49 479
Computational geology - Defnition and the concept of set Vacher, H.L 49 470-479
Computational geology 17 - The total differential and error propagation Vacher, H.L 49 389-396
Enhancing students' understanding of risk and geologic hazards using a dartboard model Lutz, T.M 49 339-345
Computational geology 16 - The Taylor series and error propagation Vacher, H.L 49 305-313
Computational geology 15 - More mapping with vectorsVacher, H.L.49193-204

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