NAGT > Publications > JGE > JGE 1980 - 2000 Subject Index > Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Petrology - Sedimentary

Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Petrology - Sedimentary

This index uses the very latest list of keywords and numbers.

Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 577Pestrong, R.
    Making mudcracks
48 362-369Picard, M.D.
    In Iceland
48 337-342Kvale, E.P., Powell, R.L., and McNerney, M.J.
    The art, history and geoscience of Hindostand whetstone gravestones in Indiana
48 329-332Morris, M., Morrison, D.L., and Rosenberg, G.D.
    Lithographic limestone as a teaching tool
48 222-228Picard, M.D.
    Visit to a spreading center
48 117Davis, L.E.
    Cover photograph of superposed Bonneville and Missoula flood deposits, Lewiston, Idaho
48 64-69Picard, M.D.
    Dark grains of sand on fire-plume lands

47

135-142

Soreghan, G.S., and Soreghan, M.J.

   

A multi-week basin-analysis lab for sedimentary geology

47

209

Kresan, P.L.

   

Cover photograph of Navajo Sandstone, Zion National Park, UT

47

309

NASA-JSC

   

Satellite image of Great Bahama Bank

47

483-486

Picard, M.D.

   

Something remembered from the big island

46

417,420

Muehlberger, W.R., and Wilkinson, M.J.

   

Cover photograph of coast of Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada

46

390-392

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - Misstatements of the contribution of mechanical weathering to clastic sediments.

46

288-291

Kusnick, Judi

   

The StrATegy Column for precollege science teachers - Inquiring into sand

46

117, 120

Miller, Martin

   

Cover photograph of sand dunes in Death Valley, CA

46

74-77

Picard, M.D.

   

Finding a fossil fish

46

51-54

Weight, W.D.

   

The distribution of angle-of-repose data

46

1, 4

Gona, E.J.

   

Cover photograph of steeply dipping eolianite beds of carbonate sandstone on Nonsuch Island, Bermuda

45

90

Friedman, G.M.

   

Letter on Milankovitch theory in sedimentary geology

44

581-583

Picard, M.D.

   

A morning in September

44

569-575

Johnson, M.E., and Simian, M.E.

   

Discrimination between coastal ramps and marine terraces at Punta Chivato on the Pliocene-Pleistocene Gulf of California

44

294-299

Tanner, L.H.

   

The Milankovitch theory in sedimentary geology and its role in geological education

44

277-289

Hill, H.K., and Fleisher, P.J.

   

Nomenclature applied to deposits formed in glacial and ice-contact environments

44

241-242

Fleisher, P.J.

   

Cover photograph of Bering Glacier, Alaska

44

134-148

Fichter, L.S.

   

Tectonic rock cycles

43

569-571

Reimold, W.U.

   

Letter - Further discussion of the breccia problem (with response from H. Stensrud)

43

244-245

Stensrud, H.L.

   

A new look at the old problem of breccias

43

230-235

Baker, S.P., Benson, M.A., Palmes, S.L., and Huntoon, J.E.

   

Numerical simulation of sedimentary-basin formation with simple examples for upper-division undergraduates in tectonics or process-sedimentology courses

43

201-202

Kopaska-Merkel, D.C.

   

Cover photomicrograph of thin section of anhydrite cement in gastropod mold

43

55-57

Picard, M.D.

   

Kittens

43

54-55

Picard, M.D.

   

Man and Beast

42

508-511

Picard, M.D.

   

Mountain flank

42

396-376

Picard, M.D.

   

Stone pencils

42

309-310

Greggs, J.

   

Cover photograph of Burgess Shale type locality

42

198-203

Morris, M.

   

Response to discussion by Harrell

42

195-198

Harrell, Discussion of article by Morris

42

143-146

Braithwaite, C.J.R. and Rizzi, G.

   

The geometry of diagenesis

42

48-49

Picard, M.D.

   

A hungry cat

41

404-411

Railsback, L.B.

   

A geochemical view of weathering and the origin of sedimentary rocks and natural waters

41

396

Friedman, G.M.

   

Comparison of grain-szie distribution statistics determined by sieving and thin-section analyses: discussion [letter]

41

369

McKinney, R.G.

   

Comments on the work of Harrell and Penrod

41

364-369

Morris, M.

   

How not to analyze pyramid stone - The invalid conclusions of James A. Harrell and Bret E. Penrod

41

358-363

Harrell, J.A., and Penrod, B.E.

   

The great pyramid debate - evidence from the Lauer sample

41

267-274

Fleisher, P.J., Franz, J.M., and Gardner, J.A.

   

Bathymetry and sedimentary environments in proglacial lakes at the eastern Bering Piedmont glacier of Alaska

41

247-253

Schoonen, M.A.A., and Oswald, E.J.

   

A graphic technique for illustrating thermodynamic constraints on the mass of precipitate from supersaturated solutions

41

140-143

Amthor, J.

   

Combining cathodoluminescence and backscattered electron microscopy in the study of diagenetic carbonates

41

98

Blatt, H., Berry, W.B.N., and Brande, S.

   

Food for thought

41

75-78

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy column for precollege science teachers So what if it's a graywacke?

41

23-28

Kenah, C., and Craig, J.R.

   

The importance of observations in geology with reference to gold-nugget formation

41

12-14

Railsback, L.B.

   

A thermodynamic perspective on the stability of carbonate minerals and its implications for carbonate petrology

40

353-354

Schmidt, M.F.Jr.

   

Cover photo of Spider Rock, Canyon De Chelly National

   

Monument, Arizona

40

344-346

Morris, M.

   

Morris responds to Folk and Campbell

40

344

Folk, R.L.

   

Folk's response to Morris' discussion

40

338-342

Metzger, E.P., and Gordon, L.C.

   

The StrATegy column for precollece science teachers: The nitty gritty of sand

40

132-134

Hall, M.J.

   

Using a laser particle counter to enhance sedimentology laboratory exercises

40

119-124

Garver, J.I.

   

A field-based course in stratigraphy and sedimentology

40

35-46

Morris, M.

   

Geopolymeric pyramids - A rebuttal to R.L. Folk and D.H. Campbell

40

34

Schoch, R.M

   

Comment on the Folk/Campbell article on the pyramids of Egypt

40

25-34

Folk, R.L., and Campbell, D.H.

   

Are the pyramids of Egypt built of poured concrete blocks?

39

370-372

Conrad, S.H.

   

Reading and abstracting journal articles in sedimentology and stratigraphy

39

364-367

Piazzola, J., and Cavaroc, V.V.

   

Comparison of grain-size-distribution statistics determined by sieving and by thin-section analyses

39

356-357

Friedman, G.M.

   

New classification of sandstone: discussion

39

325-330

Westerback, M.E., and Azer, N.

   

Realistic expectations for rock identification

39

221-223

Evans, J.E.

   

Research-grant proposals as a class writing assignment in a graduate-level geology course

39

145

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon about transgressive stratigraphic sequence

39

85-86

Keller, W.D.

   

Cover photo of platy kaolinite from Keokuk, Iowa

39

35-43

Custer, S.G.

   

Snow as a field-teaching medium for earth science

39

19-22

Van Houten, F.B.

   

Interpreting Silurian Clinton oolitic ironstones - 1850-1975

38

366

Shea, J.H.

   

Letters - A source of free sample-storage containers

38

343-347

Brewer, R.C., Bolton, J.C., and Driese, S.G.

   

A new classification of sandstone

38

316-317

Pardi, R.R., and Brickner, D.

   

Modern and fossil raindrop impressions as a lesson in interpretation of ancient sedimentary features

38

288-293

Stevens, R.L.

   

Markov-Chain analysis as a pedagogic tool

38

253-254

Picard, M.D.

   

Barchans on the move

38

115

Rubin, D.M., and Hunter, R.E.

   

Food for Thought

38

85-86

Thieler, E.R.

   

Cover photo of the effects of hurricane Hugo on a barrier island in South Carolina

38

16-20

Myrow, P.M.

   

A new graph for understanding colors of mudrocks and shales

38

1-2

Spot Image Corp.

   

Cover photo of dune field in Rub al Khali Erg, Saudi Arabia

37

288-290

Picard, M.D.

   

Down the Durance in France

37

23-240

Suttner, L.J.

   

Recent advances in study of the detrital mineralogy of sand and sandstone: implications for teaching

37

332-336

Pinet, P.R.

   

Developing models to convey understanding rather man merely knowledge of the methods of science

37

308-311

Polk, O.H.

   

The engineering of sand

37

261-279

Frey, R.W., and Wheatcroft, R.A.

   

Organism-substrate relations and their impact on sedimentary petrology

37

250-260

Folk, R.L.

   

Internal structuring of quartz as revealed by boiling in concentrated hydrofluoric acid

37

249

Sed. Seminar - U. Cincinnati

   

Erratum - Table omitted in original article

37

243-249

Blatt, H.

   

Flux of siliciclastic grains in sediments

37

241-242

Van Houten, F.B.

   

Krynine, Pettijohn and sedimentary petrology

37

232-234

Picard, M.D.

   

The education of a sedimentary petrologist

37

211-213

Picard, M.D.

   

On the beach at Elba

37

128-129

Unklesbay, A.G.

   

Comet causes extinction

37

98-101

McKnight, B.K.

   

A tumbler experiment as introduction to scientific research

37

77-78

Coleman, J.M.

   

Cover photo of overbank splay in Mississippi delta

37

30-33

Knight, K.L, and Whisonant, R.C.

   

Classroom use of field data to interpret depositional environments

37

29

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on coprolites

37

1-2

Kresan, P.L.

   

Cover photo of star dune in Sonora, Mexico

36

4-49

Picard, M.D.

   

Italian traces

36

313-318

Picard, M.D.

   

training is everything

36

257-261

Picard, M.D.

   

Demoiselles and drafts from Italy and France

36

182-184

Cameron, B., and Jones, J.R.

   

Preparation of unconsolidated sands for microscopy laboratory exercises

36

147-154

Johnson, M.E.

   

Hunting for ancient rocky shores (see also p. 137)

36

137-138

Johnson, M.E.

   

Cover photo of conglomerate formed on a rocky shoreline of Ordovician age (see also p. 147-154)

36

79-87

Univ. of Cincinnati Sedimentation Seminar

   

Comparative petrographic maturity of river and beach sand, and origin of quartz arenites

36

70

Kresan, P.

   

Erratum: Cover photo of Laguna Salado Fault, Baja California, Mexico

36

39-43

Wells, N.A

   

Working with paleocurrents

36

2-3

Kresan, P.

   

Cover photo of Laguna Salado Fault, Baja California, Mexico

35

226-228

Picard, M.D.

   

A year of sand

35

208-216

Ashley, G.M.

   

Facies model for temperate continental glaciers

35

196

Reading, H.G.

   

Food for thought

35

181-182

Kresan, P.L.

   

Cover photo of Gulf of California tidal slew

35

158-160

Picard, M.D.

   

Walking the Four Corners

35

144-149

Matisoff, G.

   

A model for biological mixing of sediments

35

121-122

Loope, D.B.

   

Cover photo of fossil bison track in Holocene dune sand

35

118

Krzyszton, P.

   

Polish teacher requests assistance

35

108-110

Picard, M.D.

   

Three Italian pieces

35

103

Soc. Econ. Min. Paleo.

   

Educational slide set for teaching and research

35

93-103

Monroe, J.S.

   

Creationism, human footprints and flood geology

35

71-80

Fichter, L.S.

   

Design and use of the stratigraphic strip log

35

61-62

Bending, L.

   

Cover photo of aragonite crystallites from hot spring

34

186-187

Davis, L.E.

   

Sedimentary rock classification scheme

33

277-280

Frizado, Joseph

   

A microcomputer-based x-ray diffractogram simulation program

33

257

McConnell, Robert L.

   

Video tapes of British geology

33

217-226

Friedman, Gerald M., and Poissant, Sharon A.

   

Petroleum geology in the United States

33

175-187

Nelson, Clifford M.

   

Facies in stratigraphy: from "terrains" to "terranes"

33

132-133

Siegel, Frederic R.

   

In-situ recovery of suspended sediments from streams

33

112-125

Land, Lynton S.

   

The origin of massive dolomite

33

97-100

Mansfield, Charles F.

   

Modeling Newtonian fluids and gingham plastics

33

22-28

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

   

Concentration of geology faculty by fields in college and university departments

32

233

Muller, E.H.

   

Tales tills tell

32

179

Tunley, A.T.

   

A placer-gold evaluation exercise

32

123

Picard, M.D.

   

Fans, turbidites and an Italian quarry

32

81

Ratzlaff, J.R.,

   

Cover photo of sand dune (CO)

32

20

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geological education, Installment 4

31

169-170

Smith, N.D.

   

Aerial photo of channel of William River, Saskatchewan, Canada

31

5-8

Rowe, M.W.

   

Characterization of coals and lignites by thermo-magneto-gravimetric analysis

31

1-2

Diffendal, R.F. Jr.

   

Cover photo of Tertiary pothole, Banner Cy., NB

30

240-241

Metz, R.

   

Using aluminum foil to record structures in sedimentary rock

30

222-240

Miall, A.D.

   

Recent developments in facies models for siliciclastic sediments

30

215-221

Byers, C.W.

   

Stratigraphy - The fall of continuity

30

189-203

Wilkinson, B.H.

   

Cyclic cratonic carbonates and Phanerozoic calcite seas

30

162-166

Picard, M.D.

   

trip to tremp and Graus

30

141-143

Pestana, H.R.

   

A semester of geology in Bermuda

30

65

Thornton, S.E.

   

Reply to G.M. Friedman letter

30

64-65

Friedman, G.M.

   

Careers in sedimentology - Industry vs academe

29

184-185

Thornton, S.E.

   

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

29

53-54

Harris, W.B. & Jones, W.

   

Cover photo of salt-crystal casts in Silurian Wills Creek Formation (VA)

29

4-10

Dolomieu, D. de

   

On a type of sedimentary rock that reacts very slightly with acid and that phosphoresces on being struck

See more JGE 1980 - 2000 Subject Index »