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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Geoscience - Professional Affairs and Public Affairs

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 641-650 Battles, D.A., and Welford, M.R.
    An assessment of combined academic geology and geography departments based on a survey of department chairs
48 605-616 Heath, C.P.M.
    Technical and non-technical skills needed by oil companies
48 600 Hoch, A.R.
    Using the minutes of meetings to monitor service-learning projects
48 591 Davis, R.L.
    Required class attendance at public meetings
48 242 Anderson, K.S.
    News from capitol hill - Rough riders in a hog-tied Senate
48 130-136 Minniear, M.P.
    Forecasting the permanent decline of global petroleum production

47

201

Anderson, K.S.

   

News from capitol hill - Geoscientists beyond the geosciences

47

207

Jackson, J.

   

Getting earth science week off to a great start (+ poster insert on "Sustaining our Soils and Society")

47

300-301

Anderson, K.S.

   

News from capitol hill - Geoscientists beyond the geosciences - A heated atmosphere

47

335

Weiner, J.

   

Food for thought

47

350-356

Hodder, A.P.W.

   

Using a decision-assessment matrix in volcanic-hazard management

47

357-361

Ongley, L.K.

   

Rank distribution of 1997 geoscience teaching faculty

47

374-375

Anderson, K.S.

   

News from Capitol Hill - Sometimes science is beside the point

47

406

American Geological Institute

   

Earth Science Week poster

47

454

Shamos, M.H.

   

Food for thought

47

464-468

Wheeler, G.R.

   

Teaching mineral resources as an aid to understanding international policy issues

46

456-459

Feldman, H.R., and Wilson, J.

   

The Godzilla syndrome - Scientific inaccuracies of prehistoric animals in the movies

46

449-451

Whisonant, R.C., and Philley, J.C.

   

Registration and testing of practicing geologists: implication for academic programs

46

321-330

Whisonant, R.C.

   

Linking geology and social studies - Civil War battles for southwestern Virginia's lead and salt

46

280-281

Picard, M.D.

   

About myself

46

273

Moores, Eldridge

   

Food for thought

46

118

Shea, J.H.

   

More progress (???) on science education standards

45

415-424

Mirsky, A.

   

Influence of geologic factors on ancient Egyptian civilization

44

445-447

Picard, M.D.

   

Redrock College

44

428-438

Leveson, D.J., and Seidemann, D.E.

   

Richard Milton - A non-religious creationist ally

44

412-416

Hannah, J.L.

   

What NSF expects in project evaluations for educational innovations

44

25-35

Mirsky, A., and Bland, E.L.

   

Influence of geologic factors on ancient civilizations in the Aegean area

44

336

Atkinson, R.

   

Food for thought

44

126

Shea, J.H.

   

Creationism rears its ugly head, again

43

568-569

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Letter from Washington: lessons from Senator Packwood

43

569

Duba, R.L.

   

Letter - Biggest land grab of the 20th century

43

542-547

Picard, M.D.

   

Earthquake news

43

422-423

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Letter from Washington: Occasions to educate an environmentally responsible citizenry

43

420-421

Hannah, J.

   

Re$ource exploration - funding from NSF's Education and Human Resources Directorate

43

331

Milling, M.E.

   

Food for thought

43

321

Yergin, D.

   

Food for thought

43

292-293

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Letter from Washington - Geology and policy decisions for river ecosystems

43

260-261

Hannah, J.L.

   

Resource exploration - NSF funding for innovations in education

43

221-226

Milliken, K.L., and Eustice, R.A.

   

Historical data on graduate-level participation of women in a large geoscience department

43

185-186

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Letter from Washington - private-itis and the United States Geological Survey

43

147-151

Coleman, S.L. and Soellner, A.M.

   

Scientific literacy and earthquake prediction

43

141-146

Dickinson, W.W.

   

A natural-resources lab for environmental geology

43

140

Yergin, D.

   

Food for thought

43

82-83

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Letter from Washington

43

63-64

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . . ?

42

211,305

Shea, J.H.

   

Some thoughts on bottled water

42

471-477

Bursik, M.I., Hodge, D.S., and Sheridan, M.F.

   

Interactive computer modeling of social and scientific issues related to volcanic hazards

42

358-361

Pilkey, O.H.Jr.

   

Mathematical modeling of beach behavior doesn't work

42

345-350

Gibson, M.A.

   

Teaching scientific integrity to geology majors

42

303-304

Douglas, R., and Pipkin, B.W.

   

Presentation and acceptance of the 1993 R.W. Webb Award

42

149-151

McGehee, T.L., Magee, R.W., and Ham, T.H.

   

A Department of Energy university summer associate program

42

141-142

Freeman, T.

   

Taking a Macintosh to Europe

42

45

Kornberg, A.

   

Food for thought

42

32-42

Cicarelli, J.A.

   

The geology of the battle of Monte Cassino, Italy, 1944

42

17-24

Gunter, M.E.

   

Asbestos as a metaphor for teaching risk perception

42

4

Brown, C.Q.

   

1993 NAGT Presidential address: Individuals in association

42

xxx

Yergin, D.

   

The prize – The epic quest for oil, money, and power

40

286

Branch, S., and Luciano, L.

   

Food for thought

40

241-244`

Moody, J.B., and Brown, L.

   

Association for Women Geoscientists Foundation Outstanding Educator Award

39

33

Nishenko, S.P., and Bollinger, G.A.

   

Food for thought

39

4-5

Stenstrom, R.C.

   

Teaching, research, and promotion - Is science education in decay?

38

483

Goldwasser, E.L.

   

Food for thought

38

463-464

Zen, E.

   

Science literacy and why it is important

38

445-451

Carpenter, J.R.

   

Importance of earth science in the precollege curriculum

38

428-433

Purdom, W.B., Welton, R.E., and Wilson, R.D.

   

Study of local radon occurrence as an interdisciplinary undergraduate research project

38

380-392

Roedder, E.

   

Formation, handling, storage, and disposal of nuclear wastes

38

371

Gutstadt, A.

   

Errata

38

339-342

Bladh, K.L.

   

Teaching hazard-mitigation education in a liberal-arts college

38

315

Nierenberg, W.A.

   

Food for thought

38

280-283

Tunley, A.T.

   

The Alaska Minerals Program is an Alliance that Works

38

194-196

Boardman, S.J., and Buchwald, C.E.

   

Maintaining geology enrollments during a period of decline

38

191-192

Williams, J.W.

   

Self preservation forces program reconsideration in geology departments

38

184-186

Paull, R.A.

   

The geoscience department of the future: the time for decision is now

38

181-183

Greenberg, J.K.

   

Voluntarism and diversification of undergraduate geoscience programs

38

168

Jorstad, R.B.

   

A source of low-cost or free rock-storage cabinets

38

105-106

Harden, D.R.

   

An introductory geology exercise on contouring intensities for the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake

38

94-100

Gutstadt, A.M.

   

Coastal processes and legal boundaries

38

13-15

Oberdorfer, J.A., Williams, J.W., and Smeiser, M.G.

   

Lottery proceeds in California pay for installation of a ground-water monitoring system

38

9-12

Picard, M.D.

   

Why geology? 1989 Presidential address

37

78,129

Greenberg, J.K.

   

Crumbling foundations

37

336

Steward, D.

   

Food for thought

37

316

Booth, W.

   

Food for thought

37

308-311

Pilkey, O.H.

   

The engineering of sand

37

240

Nance, J.J.

   

Food for thought

37

190-193

Bork, K.B.

   

Kirtley Fletcher Mather as geologist and political activist

37

160

Sagan, C.

   

Food for thought

37

26

Moore, J.A.

   

Food for thought

37

9-12

Mirsky, A.

   

Geology in our everyday lives

36

215-220

Padian, K.

   

New discoveries about dinosaurs: separating the facts from the news

36

214

Sagan, C.

   

Food for thought

36

66

Sagan, C.

   

Food for thought

36

18

Bouton, C., and Rice, Beryl, R.

   

Food for thought

35

276

Picard, M.D.

   

Diamond hunting

35

244-245

Shea, J.H.

   

Science, geology, geography and "cultural literacy"

35

133

McKown, D.B.

   

Food for thought

35

129

Shea, J.H.

   

Food for thought

35

93-103

Monroe, J.S.

   

Creationism, human footprints and flood geology

35

32

Feeney, K.

   

Dinosaurs roam land of fashion

35

1-2

Hastings, R.J.

   

Cover photo of Paluxy River dinosaur track

34

293-294

Friedman, G.M.

   

The dilemma of the geoscientist

34

283-285

Picard, M.D.

   

Praying and fasting over Great Salt Lake

34

209-210

Brande, S.

   

RAMblings

34

173-179

Butler, J.J. Jr.

   

Earth science education in China

34

166-173

Yoder, H.S. Jr.

   

trends in the education of earth scientists

34

124-125

Picard, M.D.

   

Retreating geologists

34

60-61

Allen J.E.

   

Geological Society of the Oregon Country

34

294

Associated Press

   

Food for thought

34

60

Verdon, A.J. Jr.

   

Scientists, educators meet

34

9

Anonymous

   

Position announcement

33

295

Ernst, W.G.

   

Message to the solid-earth science community

33

287-288

Picard, M. Dane

   

Appointments and reappointments

33

257

Verdon, Andrew J.

   

AGI pamphlet careers in geology

33

246-249

Picard, M. Dane

   

Worland and Cody

33

212-215

Sand, Virginia Murphy, and Bunning, Bonnie Butler

   

Ten years of progress for AGI's Women Geoscientists Committee

33

193-196

Picard, M. Dane

   

Gillette and Casper

33

167-170

Stuckless, John Shearing, and Vogt, Daniel Gene

   

Medical emergencies at summer field camp

33

70

Sonnier, Isadore L.

   

Earth science in secondary schools

33

55-56

Picard, M. Dane

   

Missed connections

33

22-28

Picard, M.D., and Knight, J.

   

Concentration of geology faculty by fields in college and university departments

33

13-14

Kauffman, M.E.

   

Scientific exchange, freedom of expression, big brother and 1984

33

11-13

Carpenter, J.R., Exline, J.D., and Jones, B.W.

   

Earth-science teachers honored in presidential awards program

32

337

Unklesbay, A.G.

   

Is it our fault?

32

326

Stensrud, H.L.

   

Looking for work - a different slant

32

266

Picard, M.D.

   

Red-shod lady

32

189

Picard, M.D.

   

Looking for work

32

171

McKenzie, G.D.

   

Using microcomputers to increase productivity in academia

32

141

Wielert, J.S.

   

NAGT participation in the nuclear-disaster debate

32

43

Shea, J.H.

   

A list of selected references on creationism

31

393-394

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

31

362-368

Amend, J.R., and Armold, A.A.

   

A public education program in water resources management

31

66

Socolow, A.G.

   

So what's the value of a geological report?

31

59

NAGT Executive Committee

   

Resolution (on science teaching in the secondary schools)

31

22-25

Allen, J.E.

   

One man's shadow

30

14-17

Eglin, P.G., and Graham, M.W.

   

Creationism challenges geology - A retreat to the eighteenth century

30

116-120

Picard, M.D.

   

Exploding volcanoes

30

80-85

Melhorn, W.N., and Kaplan, P.G.

   

The geological observations of General George A. Custer

30

34-58

Brush, S.G.

   

Finding the age of the earth - By physics or by faith?

30

24-26

Strahler, A.N.

   

Creationists change their strategy

30

4-5

Shea, J.H.

   

"Scientific creationism" and the future of geological education - An editorial

29

228-232

Rossiter, M.W.

   

Geology in nineteenth-century women's education in the United States

29

184-185

Thornton, S.E.

   

Origin of new faculty in sedimentary petrology at PhD-granting universities in the United States and Canada

29

169-175

Norris, R.M.

   

Early geologic education in California - Berkeley and Stanford show the way

29

121-127

Bokuniewicz, H.J.

   

Monitoring seasonal beach responses: an educational and public service program

29

60-63

Howard, A.D.

   

Speakership

29

22-25

Chew, R.T. III

   

A geologist's opportunity, the good news

28

193-198

Drake, E.T.

   

Dinosaurs and international relations 1910-1917

28

86-91

Meunier, T.K.

   

Topographic mapmaking

28

36-45

Lindholm, R.C.

   

The oil shortage - A story geologists should tell

28

4-35

Bartlett, A.A.

   

Forgotten fundamentals of the energy crisis

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