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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Stratigraphy, Historical Geology, Paleoecology

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48586Eves, R.L., and Davis, L.E.
Measuring and describing a stratigraphic section in the classroom
48487-499Drummond, C., and Coates, J.
Exploring the statistics of sedimentary bed thicknesses - two case studies
48184-198Mann, K.O.
Teaching biostratigraphy
48179-183Martin-Chivelet, J., Osleger, D.A., and Montanez, I.P.
Modified Fischer plots as graphical tools for evaluating thickness patterns in stratigraphic successions
48117Davis, L.E.
Cover photograph of superposed Bonneville and Missoula flood deposits, Lewiston, Idaho

47

2

Shea, J.H.

   

The excitement of contemporary geology (editorial)

47

31-38

Soja, C.M.

   

Using an experiment in burial taphonomy to delve into the fossil record

47

135-142

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

   

A multi-week basin-analysis lab for sedimentary geology

47

182-184

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks - How two rights can make a wrong

47

210

Shea, J.H.

   

Maps as educational tools

47

227-235

Anderson, K.S., Hickson, T.A., Crider, J.G., and Graham, S.A.

   

Integrating teaching with field research in the Wagon Rock Project

47

266-271

Davies-Vollum, K.S., Edgar, K.C., Fox, M.J., Fuller, E.R., Levin, E.C., McCaffrey, D.B., Reist, M.R., and Stamski, R.E.

   

Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed project.

47

336-340

Zaprowski, B.J. and Clyde, W.C.

   

Playing in a mock worl - A laboratory exercise for introductory Earth-history classes

47

428-437

Lowman, P., Yates, J., Masuoka, P., Montgomery, B., O'Leary, J., and Salisbury, D.

   

A digital tectonic-activity map of the Earth

46

470

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on dinosaur extinction

46

452-455

Mankiewicz, C.

   

A laboratory exercise on fossil borings

46

341-345

Malone, D.H.

   

A discussion-based exercise for teaching the use (and abuse) of the stratigraphic code

46

252-260

Babcock, L.E.

   

Experimental investigation of the processes of fertilization

46

209-210

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . . ?

46

187-189

Picard, M.D.

   

Minutes of winter

46

182-186

Mankiewicz, Carol

   

A laboratory exercise in experimental bioimmuration

46

24-27

Bralower, Timothy, Whitney, Donna, Kogan, Irina, and Campbell, David

   

A new interactive class and lab for undergraduate non-geology majors on Earth, climate, and life through time

45

381-385

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for pre-college science teachers, paper cores and problem solving

45

337-343

Reaser, D.F.

   

Robert Thomas Hill – father of the Texas Cretaceous

45

133-136

Howe, R.C.

   

Geologic contacts

45

101-102

Semken, S.C.

   

Cover photograph of Monument Valley, Arizona

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

518-522

Ewing, R.C., and Crossey, L.J.

   

In Darwins footsteps

44

361-365

Glenn, W.H.

   

Integrating teaching about the Little Ice Age with history, art, and literature

44

357-358

Glenn, W.H.

   

Cover photograph of Leutzes painting of Washington Crossing the Delaware

44

294-299

Tanner, L.H.

   

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

44

270-276

Machel, H.G.

   

Roadkill as teaching aids in historical geology and paleontology

44

202-205

Picard, M.D.

   

Recalling my Wyoming Grandmother

44

7-12

Wolters, H.J., Shaffer, J.A., Cerveny, R.S., and Barnhill, R.E.

   

Visualization of Milankovitch climate-change theory

44

528

Fischman, S.

   

Carton on extinction of the dinosaurs

44

1-2

Cerveny, R.S.

   

Cover image of Earth showing various insolation intensities and patterns

43

517-528

McLean, D.M.

   

K - T transition greenhouse and embryogenesis dysfunction in the dinosaurian extinctions

43

246-250

Rogers, S.J., Kopaska-Merkel, D.C., and Fang, J.-H.

   

Computer simulation of carbonate platform

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

167-172

Picard, M.D.

   

The mountain flank - fall and winter

43

107-113

Larrieu, T.L.

   

Basin analysis with a spreadsheet

43

55-57

Picard, M.D.

   

Kittens

43

54-55

Picard, M.D.

   

Man and Beast

43

47-51

Chew, R.T.III

   

Glass-bottom boat on the Devonian sea – A teaching perspective

42

424-432

Ambos, E.A., Rigsby, C.A., and Larson, D.

   

Integrating geosciences into instruction-based archeological research on the Anasazi in southern Utah

42

377-380

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, tree rings, time and transition

42

312-315

Allen, J.E., and Burns, S.

   

The important first lecture to an introductory geology class

42

309-310

Greggs, J.

   

Cover photograph of Burgess Shale type locality

42

129-133

Black, N.R.

   

Creative writing in historical geology as an alternative to the standard geologic report

42

124

Walker, J.C.G. and Sloan, L. C.

   

Food for thought

42

118-124

Alcock, J.

   

Simulating the historical process to creat laboratory exercises that teach research methods

40

321-323

Follo, M.F.

   

Using athletic assemblages to illustrate biostratigraphic principles

40

151-154

Bork, K.B.

   

Bringing Great Britain's classic geological sites into the classroom

40

134

Richter, F.

   

Food for thought

40

119-124

Garver, J.I.

   

A field-based course in stratigraphy and sedimentology

39

370-372

Conrad, S.H.

   

Reading and abstracting journal articles in sedimentology and stratigraphy

39

313-319

Ausich, W.I., and Bottjer, D.J.

   

History of tiering among suspension feeders in the benthic marine ecosystem

39

160

Duex, T.W.

   

"Roll model" for illustrating geologic time

39

145

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon about transgressive stratigraphic sequence

39

122-126

Davies, D.J.

   

Revel in geology! Geological science education for the entire community

39

19-22

Van Houten, F.B.

   

Interpreting Silurian Clinton oolitic ironstones - 1850-1975

39

2, 74

Stout, D.L.

   

Field trip: Great Britain's classic geologic sites

39

1-2

Stout, D.L.

   

Cover photo of angular unconformity at Siccar Point, Scotland

38

434-443

Dean, D.R.

   

A bicentenary retrospective on Gideon Algernon Mantell (1790-1852)

38

402-425

Officer, C.B.

   

Extinctions, iridium, and shocked minerals associated with the Cretaceous/Tertiary transition

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

115

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

   

Food for Thought

38

28-30

Prevost, C.

   

De la formation des terrains des environs de Paris (translated by O.L. Johnson)

38

21-27

Bork, K.B.

   

Constant Prevost (1787-1856) - The life and contributions of a French uniformitarian

37

376

Eigen, M.

   

Food for thought

37

337-340

Wilkerson, M.S., and Hsui, A.T.-K.

   

Application of sediment backstripping corrections for basin analysis using micro computers

37

290

Osmond, J.K.

   

Food for thought

37

261-279

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

   

Organism-substrate relations and their impact on sedimentary petrology

37

117-120

Macdonald, R.H. and Purdy, R.A.

   

Description and evaluation of a short writing assignment in historical geology

37

110-113

Hageman, S.J.

   

Use of alumenontos to introduce general paleontologic and biostratigraphic principles

37

94-97

Chamberlain, V.E.

   

Using the Mesozoic history of the Canadian Cordillera as a case study in teaching plate tectonics

37

83-89

Bykerk-Kauffman, A.

   

A hands-on approach to teaching the terrane concept in historical geology

37

66

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down to earth software review

37

49-52

Macdonald, R.H.

   

Small-group oral presentations in historical geology

37

30-33

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

   

Classroom use of field data to interpret depositional environments

36

313-318

Picard, M.D.

   

training is everything

36

237-243

McLean, D.M.

   

K-T transition into chaos

36

227-236

Prothero, D.R.

   

Mammals and magnetostratigraphy

36

221-226

Tiffney, B.H.

   

Conceptual advances in paleobotany

36

208-214

Cloud, P.

   

A new earth history for undergraduates

36

182-184

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

   

Preparation of unconsolidated sands for microscopy laboratory exercises

36

161-175

Wakefield, J.R.

   

The geology of Gentry's tiny mystery

36

147-154

Johnson, M.E.

   

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

36

143-146

Smith, G.S.

   

Gaps in the rock and fossil records and implications for the rate and mode of evolution

36

39-43

Wells, N.A.

   

Working with paleocurrents

35

222-225

Shea, J.H.

   

Exercise in paleobiogeographic similarity

35

197-202

Allmon, W.D.

   

Mass extinctions past and present

35

196

Reading, H.G.

   

Food for thought

35

160

Christman, R.A.

   

Letter: "Layer-cake" geology

35

160

Hastings, R.J.

   

Errata: New observations on Paluxy tracks

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

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

80-85

Scully, E.P.

   

Current issues in evolutionary paleontology

35

71-80

Fichter, L.S.

   

Design and use of the stratigraphic strip log

35

64-70

Butler, D.R. T

   

Teaching principles and applications of dendrogeomorphology

35

46

Picard, M.D.

   

The swimmer

35

33-36

Wagner, J.R.

   

Using layer-cake geology to illustrate relationships

35

22-25

Howe, R.C.

   

treatment of geological contacts in introductory textbooks

35

4-15

Hastings, R.J.

   

New observations on Paluxy tracks confirm dinosaurian origin

34

343-344

Picard, M.D.

   

The sea at Portovenere

34

187-190

Stokes, W.L.

   

Alleged Middle Cambrian human footprint

34

90-94

McCartney, K.

   

The Cretaceous/Tertiary extinction event

34

72-89

Schlee, J.S.

   

Structure of North American continental margin

34

69-70

Peters, J.M.

   

Cover photo of uplifted Holocene surface

34

344

Picard, M.D.

   

triassic tide (poem)

34

311

Christodoulidis, D.C.

   

Food for thought

34

125

Goodwin, P.W.

   

Food for thought

33

292

Sullivan, Walter

   

Food for thought

33

246-249

Picard, M. Dane

   

Worland and Cody

33

217-226

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

   

Petroleum geology in the United States

33

209-210

Giovanelli, Matt

   

Cover photo of truncated upper edge of a flatiron on the west flank of Big Horn Mountains

33

193-196

Picard, M. Dane

   

Gillette and Casper

33

175-187

Nelson, Clifford M.

   

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

33

153-154

Nelson, Clifford M.

   

Cover photo of Amanz Gressly's Paleogeographic map of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic

33

149

Anonymous

   

The case of the Texas footprints, a film by John R. Cole, Ph.D.

33

106-111

Johnson, Markes E.

   

A.W. Grabau and the fruition of a new life in China

33

84-93

Dean, Dennis R.

   

The rise and fall of the Deluge

33

80-83

Picard, M.D.

   

The Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary controversy

33

4-10

Tasch, P.

   

Darwin's Beagle voyage and Galapagos experience

33

1-2

Allen, J.E.

   

Cover photo of Oregon thunder egg (lithophysae)

32

306

McCartney, K.

   

The Cretaceous/Tertiary extinction controversy

32

298

Rupke, N.A.

   

Food for thought

32

212

Bork, K.B.

   

The concept of biotic succession

32

123

Picard, M.D.

   

Fans, turbidites and an Italian quarry

32

108

Gregory, J.T.

   

Changing concepts of the nature and significance of fossils

32

100

Hugh, K., Mills, R.A.

   

Mosquitia trip - February 1960

32

77

McPhee, J.

   

Food for thought

32

50

Picard, M.D.

   

Irish dance

32

43

Shea, J.H.

   

A list of selected references on creationism

32

38

Buckland, W., and Schneer, C.J.

   

Ideal section of a portion of the earth's crust

32

29

Albritton, C.C., Jr.

   

Geologic time

32

20

Burger, H.R.

   

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

32

10

Rowland, S.M.

   

An exercise in paleobiogeographic provinciality

32

7

Malan, R.

   

The bold gamble for California's gold

31

390-392

Retallack, G.J.

   

Paleopedology comes down to earth

31

295-303

Jones, D.L., Howell, D.G., Coney, P.J., and Monger, H.W.H.

   

Recognition, character and analysis of tectonostratigraphic terranes in western North America

31

266-276

Graham, S.A.

   

Evolving concepts and teaching approaches in tectonics and sedimentation

31

111-123

Milne, D.H., and Schafersman, S.D.

   

Dinosaur tracks, erosion marks and midnight chisel work (but no human footprints) in the Cretaceous limestone of the Paluxy River bed, Texas

31

86

Mayr, Ernst

   

Food for thought

31

82

Simpson, G.G.

   

Food for thought

31

72-73

Boucot, A.J.

   

How good is the fossil record?

31

36-37

Muller, S.W.

   

Some field hints from an old top hand

31

1-2

Diffendal, R.F. Jr.

   

Cover photo of Tertiary pothole, Banner Cy., NB

30

156-162

Allen, J.E.

   

The volcanic story of the Columbia River Gorge

30

270-271

Burger, H.R.

   

Computer programs in geology

30

268-269

Andrews, H.E.

   

Geology program for computer literacy

30

215-221

Byers, C.W.

   

Stratigraphy - The fall of continuity

30

204-214

Kaesler, R.L.

   

Paleoecology and paleoenvironments

30

133-134

Allen, J.E.

   

Cover photo

30

112-115

Block, Joel W.

   

Sodom, Gemorrah and the Crimean island of Taman

30

18-24

Brice, W.R.

   

Bishop Ussher, John Lightfoot and the age of creation

29

153-154

Cropp, F.W.

   

Student journals in historical geology (letter)

29

21-22

Wheeler, G. R.

   

Illustrating the extent of stratigraphic information available for historical analysis

29

1

Bolles, W.H.

   

(Cover photo of) Outcrop of Sharp Mountain Member of Pottsville Formation (PA)

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