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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Geoscience Employment

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 605-616 Heath, C.P.M.
    Technical and non-technical skills needed by oil companies
48 5-18 Heath, C.P.M.
    The technical and non-technical skills needed by Canadian-based mining companies

47

385-386

Exton, B.J.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide-Web - Employment resources

46

497-499

Wampler, J.M., and Wallace, P.

   

Misconceptions of crystal growth and cooling rates in the formation of igneous rocks: The case of pegmatites and aplites

46

449-451

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

   

Registration and testing of practicing geologists: implication for academic programs

46

304

Bair, J.H.

   

Letter - The academic elite in the geosciences, 1982-1995

46

273

Moores, Eldridge

   

Food for thought

46

267-273

Thomas, J.J.

   

Career advising at a small liberal-arts college

46

214

American Geological Institute

   

Proclaiming earth science week

45

192

Anonymous

   

Announcement of geoscience-education position opening at Georgia State University, Atlanta

44

36-37

Frodeman, R., and Turner, C.

   

Geology in a post-industrial society

43

414-418

Picard, M.D.

   

Living by grandeur

42

192

Shea, J.H.

   

Food for thought

40

286

Branch, S., and Luciano, L.

   

Food for thought

38

465-467

Picard, M.D.

   

Core party

38

208-213

Mirsky, A.

   

Countering the decline in geoscience majors

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

75

Miscellaneous announcements

38

9-12

Picard, M.D.

   

Why geology? 1989 Presidential address

37

78,129

Greenberg, J.K.

   

Crumbling foundations

36

313-318

Picard, M.D.

   

training is everything

35

226-228

Picard, M.D.

   

A year of sand

35

158-160

Picard, M.D.

   

Walking the Four Corners

35

16-21

Pederson, D.T.

   

Education and employment in hydrogeology

34

293-294

Friedman, G.M.

   

The dilemma of the geoscientist

34

199-201

Picard, M.D.

   

Drilling at South Red Wash

34

41-45

Picard, M.D.

   

Wind River and Riverton

34

294

Associated Press

   

Food for thought

34

261

Payne-G., C.

   

Food for thought

34

9

Anonymous

   

Position announcement

33

257

Verdon, Andrew J.

   

AGI pamphlet careers in geology

33

246-249

Picard, M. Dane

   

Worland and Cody

33

193-196

Picard, M. Dane

   

Gillette and Casper

33

22-28

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

   

Concentration of geology faculty by fields in college and university departments

32

326

Stensrud, H.L.

   

Letter: Looking for work - A different slant

32

266

Picard, M.D.

   

Red-shod lady

32

189

Picard, M.D.

   

Looking for work

32

7

Malan, R.

   

The bold gamble for California's gold

30

65

Thornton, S.E.

   

Reply to G.M. Friedman letter

30

64-65

Friedman, G.M.

   

Careers in sedimentology - Industry vs academe (letter)

29

184-185

Thornton, S.E.

   

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

29

22-25

Chew, R.T. III

   

A geologist's opportunity, the good news

28

83-85

Boyer, R.E., and Matthews, W.H. III

   

Report on AAPG industry - Academic conference

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