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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Surficial Geology - Geomorphology

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48617-623Harbor, J.M.
A capstone course in environmental geosciences
48469-473Roberts, S.M.
Reinforcing quantitative skills with applied research on tombstone-weathering rates
48431-435Durpre, W.R. and Evans, I.
Attempts at improving quantitative problem-solving skills in large lecture-format introductory geology classes
48279, 349-351Rosenberg, G.D.
More to earth science than meets the eye
48150-160Edgett, K.S.
K-12 educator involvement in the Mars Pathfinder field trips in the channeled scabland of Washington and Idaho

47

84-86

Exton, B.J.

   

Exploring geology on the World Wide Web - geomorphology

47

109

Miller,M.G.

   

Cover photograph of faulted alluvial fan, Death Valley CA

47

143-149

Chew, R.T.III

   

Environmental problems on the low atolls of the Marshall Islands

47

177-181

Picard, M.D.

   

Journey to Normandy

47

210

Shea, J.H.

   

Maps as educational tools

47

241-248

Twidale, C.R.

   

A plea for the best of the past - Suggestions for teaching about landforms

47

274

McConnell, D.

   

Greendays-An environmental almanac

47

487-489

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks

46

528

Stensrud, H.L.

   

Letter - So, how big is Mammoth Cave Anyway?

46

471-475

Abbott, P.L., and Zebrowski, E.Jr.

   

Natural disasters as a unifying theme for an interdisciplinary science course

46

427-432

Gillespie, B.M., and Giardino, J.R.

   

Explaining the importance of operation definitions to students

46

421-426

Reynolds, S.J., and Peacock, S.M.

   

Slide observations - Promoting active learning, landscape appreciation, and critical thinking in introductory-geology courses

45

425-427

Shepherd, R.G., and Ellis, B.N.

   

Leonardo da Vinci's tree and the law of channel widths – combining quantitative geomorphology and art in education

45

415-424

Mirsky, A.

   

Influence of geologic factors on ancient Egyptian civilization

45

373-377

Picard, M.D.

   

Vaiont redux

45

344-348

Rice-Snow, S.

   

Terrain description as a collaborative-writing component in undergraduate geomorphology instruction

45

326-330

Orndorff, R.L., and Stamm, J.F.

   

A laboratory exercise introducing the concept of effective discharge in fluvial geomorphology

45

301-302

Wittke, J.H.

   

Cover photograph of travertine-terraced springs at Huanglong National Park, Tibet

45

201-201

Schmidt, M.F.Jr.

   

Cover photograph of cliffs on the Na Pali Coast, Hawaii

45

101-102

Semken, S.C.

   

Cover photograph of Monument Valley, Arizona

45

27-37

Field, J.J., and Pearthree, P.A.

   

Geomorphologic flood-hazard assessment of alluvial fans and piedmonts

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

76-79

Picard, M.D.

   

A very great landslide state

44

25-35

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

   

Influence of geologic factors on ancient civilizations in the Aegean area

43

557-558

Allen, J.E.

   

Geomorphology, the field man's best friend

43

529-533

Harbor, J.M., and Keattch, S.E.

   

An undergraduate laboratory exercise introducing form-development modeling in glacial geomorphology

43

212-215

Bjornerud, M.

   

Geolinguistics - tracing the origins of geologic terms

42

358-361

Pilkey, O.H.Jr.

   

Mathematical modeling of beach behavior doesn't work

42

273-276

Picard, M.D.

   

A time of floods

42

64-68

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, river resources

41

370-372

Picard, M.D.

   

At the landslide

41

172-176

Picard, M.D.

   

Valpola slide, Similaun man

41

155-158

Harbor, J.M.

   

Development of a new course in storm-water management and erosion control

41

118-125

Sutherland, R.A.

   

Rainfall simulation as a tool for teaching process dynamics

41

101-102

Johnson, D.

   

Cover photograph of fault scarp formed during 1992 Landers (CA) earthquake

41

43-51

Dutch, S.I.

   

A geologist goes to Desert Storm

41

38-42

Harbor, J.M., and McClintock, K.A.

   

Teaching applied geomorphology with an exercise in urban storm-water management and erosion control

40

353-354

Schmidt, M.F.Jr.

   

Cover photo of Spider Rock, Canyon De Chelly National Monument, Arizona

40

269-270

Kresan, P.L.

   

Cover photo of Colorado River delta area (Mexico)

40

101-102

Christman, R.A.

   

Cover photograph of Durdle Door sea arch, England

40

6-8

McFadden, L.D., and Bull, W.B.

   

Presentation and acceptance of the 1991 Neil Miner Award

39

428-431

Picard, M.D.

   

Scanno landslide dam, the Abruzzi, east-central Italy

39

397

McPhee, J.

   

Food for Thought

39

291-299

Thieler, E.R., and Bush, D.M.

   

Hurricanes Gilbert and Hugo send powerful messages for coastal development

39

227-229

Snow, R.S.

   

Early writing in the research mode via digital modeling of rivers

39

196-198

Beiersdorfer, R.E., and Haynes, J.

   

An integrated approach to geologic writing for non-science majors based on study of a California river

38

377-378

Dean, D.

   

Cover photo of topographic and structural cross section, and two fossil ammonites from a Gideon Mantell book

38

372

Allen, J.E.

   

Capsule geologic history of the Columbia River Gorge

38

371

Gutstadt, A.

   

Errata

38

323-329

Bloom, A.L., and Fox, A.N.

   

Landsat thematic mapper (TM) images of the Andes as a classroom tool

38

277

Bloom, A.L., and Fox, A.N.

   

Cover photo of Cerro Galan, an explosion caldera 2.5 million years old in southern Bolivia

38

253-254

Picard, M.D.

   

Barchans on the move

38

177-178

Hilton, R., and Fox, D.

   

Cover photo of mud volcanoes produced by Loma Prieta earthquake

38

94-100

Gutstadt, A.M.

   

Coastal processes and legal boundaries

38

85-86

Thieler, E.R.

   

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

38

1-2

Spot Image Corp.

   

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

37

308-311

Pilkey, O.H.

   

The engineering of sand

37

305-306

Wu, K.T.

   

Cover photo of pinnacle Karst in China

37

101

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on mass wasting

37

1-2

Kresan, P.L.

   

Cover photo of star dune in Sonora, Mexico

36

306-309

Leveson, D.J.

   

The geologist's vision

35

271-274

Neuman, A.E.

   

Representing topography mathematically

35

241-242

Neuman, A.

   

Cover photo of computer-created topographic image

35

140-142

Robinson, G.D.

   

Using journal articles in an introductory geology class

35

64-70

Butler, D.R.

   

Teaching principles and applications of dendrogeomorphology

34

343-344

Picard, M.D.

   

The sea at Portovenere

34

339-343

Giardino, J.R.

   

Field trips in air-photo & rem.-sens. classes

34

297-298

Schmidt, M.F. Jr.

   

Photo of folded rocks, Koootenay N.P.,B.C.

34

140-165

Marvin, U.B.

   

Meteorites, Moon and the history of geology

34

69-70

Peters, J.M.

   

Cover photo of uplifted Holocene surface

34

55-56

Potter, N. Jr.

   

Reply to discussion

34

53-55

Giardino, J.R.

   

Discussion of Potter article

33

237-245

Fleisher, P. Jay

   

A procedure for projecting and correlating ice-margin positions

33

226

Francis, Peter, and Jones, Pat

   

Food for thought

33

215-216

Emerson, John W.

   

A simple topographic method for determining structural trends

33

161-167

Eschman, Donald Frazier

   

Summary of the Quaternary history of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana

33

93-96

Whitney, Marion

   

Yardangs

33

77-78

Whitney, Marion

   

Cover photo of a yardang in Egypt

32

310

Bull, W.B.

   

Tectonic geomorphology

32

285

Bull, W.B.

   

Cover photo of degraded sea cliffs and shore-platform remnants, Southern Alps, New Zealand

32

254

Prestegaard, K.L.

   

Progress in understanding fluvial processes

32

247

Palmer, A.N.

   

Recent trends in karst geomorphology

32

236

Baker, V.R.

   

Planetary geomorphology

32

233

Muller, E.H.

   

Tales tills tell

32

226

Potter, N. Jr.

   

Periglacial geomorphology

32

209

Potter, N. Jr.

   

Cover photo of ice-floored rock glacier

32

186

Fleisher, P.J.

   

A new way to look at an old map

32

182

Ousey, J.R. Jr.

   

Using a microcomputer-driven digitizer for laboratory courses and student-research projects

32

86

Wilson, J.R.,

   

Speleothems as examples equilibrium processes

32

81

Ratzlaff, J.R.,

   

Cover photo of sand dune (CO)

32

50

Picard, M.D.

   

Irish dance

32

14

Giardino, J.R., and Thornhill, A.G.

   

An evaluation of the effectiveness of stereo slides in teaching geomorphology

31

379-386

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geologic education (2nd ed.) - Installment 3

31

375-378

Tharp, T.M.

   

A field exercise in fluvial sediment transport

31

371-374

Gryta, J.J.

   

Field measurements of surface elevation changes due to erosion on reclaimed surfaces

31

190-192

Cordua, W.S.

   

Field projects with rivers for introductory physical-geology laboratories

31

189

Davies, G.L.

   

Food for thought

31

169-170

Smith, N.D.

   

Aerial photo of channel of William River, Saskatchewan, Canada

30

300-301

Watson, R.A.

   

Absence as evidence in geology

30

265-266

Folk, R.L.

   

Cover photo of hoodoos, Italy

30

156-162

Allen, J.E.

   

The volcanic story of the Columbia River Gorge

30

133-134

Allen, J.E.

   

Cover Photo

30

66

Arrigoni, Edward

   

Reply to M.L. Schwartz

30

65-66

Schwartz, M.L.

   

Using ammonium dichromate (Letter)

29

222-227

Rieck, R.L., and Winters, H.A.

   

Frank Leverett - Pleistocene scholar and fieldworker

29

209-210

Lowman, P.D. Jr.

   

Cover photo of channeled scablands of eastern Washington

29

176-179

Arrigoni, E.

   

Diamond Head revisited with ammonium dichromate

28

225-226

Elizalde, J.

   

Photo of Ecuadorian volcano

28

138-140

Cadwell, D.H.

   

Calculation of rates of gully erosion

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