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Earle, S. Project Atlantis - An exercise in the application of earth science to a critical examination of a psuedoscience hypothesis 51 290-293
Earle, S. A simple paper model of a transform fault at a spreading ridge 52 391-392
Easterbrook, D.J. D.J.Surface processes and landforms (2nd ed.) (reviewed) 49 69-70
Eaton, T.T. Engaging students and evaluating learning progress using collaborative exams in introductory courses 57 113-120
Ebert, C.H.V. "Disasters, An analysis of natural and human- induceed hazards " 51 536-537
Ebert, J.R. Mr. Chalkentalk's cupboard - practical lessons for preservice teachers in rock and mineral identification and the management of teaching collections 50 182-185
Eckmann, T. Linking Physical Geography Education and Research Through the Development of an Environmental Sensing Network and Project-Based Learning 58 262-274
Edberg, S.J. What is synchronous rotation 48 582-583
Edelson, D. The development of student conceptions of the Earth-Sun relationships in an inquiry-based curriculum 53 422-431
Edgar, K.C. Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed research project 47 266-271
Edgecombe, G.E. Book review 47 400
Edgerton, R. Food for thought 49 466
Edgerton, R. Food for thought 50 126
Edgett, K.S. K-12 educator involvement in the Mars Pathfinder field trips in the channeled scabland of Washington and Idaho 48 150-160
Eggar, A.E. "Call for Papers for Special Issue of JGE on ""The Citizen Geoscientist""" 56 105
Egger, A.E. A guided-inquiry approach to learning the geology of the U.S. 52 368-373
Eidietis, L. A comparative analysis of onling learning materials aimed toward integrating Great Lakes science into the K-8 classroom 58 188-196
Ekdale, A.A. Paleontological sonification: Letting music bring fossils to your ears 53 271-280
Eldredge, N. Food for thought 50 14
Eldredge, N. Book reviews 48 715-719
Elkins, J. 2007 GSA Biggs Award Acceptance by J. Elkins 56 193-194
Elkins, J. T. Editorial: what role do geoscientists play in society 58 1
Elkins, J.T. Using portable media players (IPOD) to support electronic course materials during a field-based introductory geology course 57 106-112
Elkins, J.T. Teaching geology in the field: Significant geoscience concept gains in entirely field-based introductory geology courses 55 126-132
Elkins, J.T. Editorial - The evolution of JGE: Responding to our community's needs 57 165-167
Elkins, M.L. Teaching geology in the field: Significant geoscience concept gains in entirely field-based introductory geology courses 55 126-132
Ellenberger, F. Book reviews 48 715-719
Elliott, N.A. Mr. Chalkentalk's cupboard - practical lessons for preservice teachers in rock and mineral identification and the management of teaching collections 50 182-185
Ellis, S.G. Introducing high-tech and low-tech geoscience-related technology to disadvantaged schools in the tropical Pacific 51 201-204
Elmore, R.D. Xoa:dau to Maunkaui: Integrating indigenous knowledge into an undergraduate earth systems science course 57 137-144
Encarnacion, J. Incorporating stable-isotope geochemistry in undergraduate laboratory courses 48 209-215
Endreny, A. Investigating earth science in urgan schoolyards [and local parks] 57 191-195
Engelder, T. Theory of linear poroelasticity with applications to geomechanics and hydrogeology (reviewed) 49 490
Englebrecht, A.C. Probing understanding in physical geology using concept maps and clinical interviews 53 263-270
Enochs, L.G. Urban field geology for K-8 teachers 49 358-363
Ensworth, J.D. Introducing high-tech and low-tech geoscience-related technology to disadvantaged schools in the tropical Pacific 51 201-204
Eppes, M.C. Introducing field-based geologic research using soil geomorphology 57 11-22
Epstein, J.B. Stream piracy in the Black Hills: A geomorphology lab exercise 50 380-388
Erickson, R.C. How to make an accurate three-dimensional model of any crystal from its stereogram 48 624-630
Eriksson, S.C. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Eriksson, S.C. Making metaphors to enhance geological understanding 48 600-601
Eshelman, K.N. Book reviews 48 252-253
uripide Food for thought 49 145
Evans, I. Attempts at improving quantitative problem-solving skills in large lecture-format introductory geology courses 48 431-435
Evans, K.R. Alumni of geology BS-programs express strong support for field geology and related field and laboratory experiences 53 215-216
Evans, W. Mineral identification by chemical testing 56 302-306
Evans, W. A comparison of approaches and instruments for evaluating a geological sciences research experiences program 50 15-24
Eve, R.A. Food for thought 48 351
Evenson, E.B. Stream piracy in the Black Hills: A geomorphology lab exercise 50 380-388
Eves, R.L. The use of U.S. Geological survey CD-ROM-based petroleum assessments in undergraduate geology laboratories 50 312-321
Eves, R.L. Measuring and describing a stratigraphic section in the classroom 48 586
Exton, B.J. Exploring geology on the WWW - history of geoscience 48 96-97
Exton, B.J. Exploring geology on the World Wide Web - Meteorology 47 278-279
Exton, B.J. Exploring geology on the World Wide Web - Geomorphology 47 84-86
Exton, B.J. Exploring geology on the World Wide Web - Employment resources 47 385-386

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