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Gallagher, M. Promoting K-12 community research and service through the Washington earth-science initiative 51 54-63
Gallagher, M. Geoscience softwares 48 555-556
Gallagher, M. Geoscience software reviews: International summary of meteorological and climatic summary 49 210-211
Gallagher, M. Geoscience software reviews 48 720-721
Gallus, W.A.Jr. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Gardner, J.V. Anaglyph stereo map of Crater Lake OR 55 1-2
Gardulski, A.F. An interactive game approach to learning in historical geology and paleontology 49 120-129
Garver, J.I. Raising the level of geoscience awareness through a public lecture: Bringing earth science to the community 51 250-254
Gates, A.E. "Multimedia model for the utilization of geoscience eductional resources in public parks near urban centers, Hudson Highlands, New York" 52 149-153
Gates, A.E. Hands-on exercise in environmental structural geology using a fracture block model 49 443-449
Gaugin, P. The Flageolet Player 48 257
Gautier, C. The use of a mock environment summit to support learning about global climate change 53 5-16
Gautier, C. Concept mapping to reveal prior knowledge and conceptual change in a mock summit course on global climate change 53 355-365
Gautier, C. A preliminary study of students' asking quantitative scientific questions for inquiry-based model experiments 53 432-443
Gawel, J.E. Designing undergraduate research experiences for nontraditional student learning at sea 53 31-36
Geary, E. "In memorium - Dorothy Stout, 1941-2001 " 49 502
Gee, H. Shaking the tree: Reading from Nature in the history of life (reviewed) 49 411
Gee, H. Food for thought 48 446
Gee, H. Food for thought 48 650
Geist, D.J. Volcanoesin the classroom: A simulation of an eruption 53 173-175
Geller, R.J. Food for thought 48 38
Gentner, D. Analogical thinking in geoscience education 58 2-13
George, L.A. Investigating the urban heat island effect with a collaborative inquiry project 51 237-243
Gerencher, J.J.Jr. Online near-real-time seismic system for the classroom 52 182-185
Gerla, P.J. Book reviews 48 252-253
Gibbons, M.G. Introducing students to enviroenmental geophysics in a field setting 52 254-259
Gibson, B.A. Introducing high-tech and low-tech geoscience-related technology to disadvantaged schools in the tropical Pacific 51 201-204
Gibson, M.A. 2007 Neil Miner Award Acceptance by M.A. Gibson 56 188-190
Gibson, M.A. 1999 Neil Miner Award citation 48 58-59
Gibson, R.L. Seismic ray theory (reviewed) 50 485-486
Giere, R. A strategy for teaching an effective undergraduate mineralogy course 52 15-22
Gilbert, G.K. Food for thought [accompanied by photograph of the Grand Canyon by C.N. Drummond] 50 101
Gilbert, G.K. Food for thought 49 248
Gilbert, N.C. Book reviews 48 251
Gill, T.E. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Gillette, D.D. Presentation of 1998 James H. Shea Award 47 59-61
Ginwalla, Z.F. Testing the waters: Can you involve community action in your college curriculum? 51 294-298
Girty, G.H. Visual solute transport: A computer code for use in hydrogeology classes 50 287-291
Girty, G.H. A Visual BASIC 6 program that facilitates learning the characteristics of simple and pure shear through experimentation 50 559-565
Girty, G.H. A MATLAB 5 program for calculating the statistics of mass change 47 313-320
Glass, A. Can a Darwinian be a christian?: the relationship between science and religion (reviewed) 49 488-489
Glass, A. Book review 47 195-199
Glasson, G.E. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Gobert, J.D. The effects of different learning tasks on model building in plate tectonics: Diagramming versus explaining 53 444-455
Godsey, H.S. Geoantiquities: Concepts and applications for education in the urban landscape 52 445-452
Goldman, A.M. The Mastodon Matrix Project: An experiment with large-scale public collaboration in paleontological research 51 39-47
Goldstein, N. Book reviews 48 545-548
Gonzales, D.A. A simple and effective tool for teaching the concept of strike and dip and the measurement of structural data in the field 52 274-276
Gonzalez, R. Survey development for measuring the near-term effectiveness of a program to recruit minority geoscientists 55 244-250
Goodell, P. "Learning activities for an undergraduate mineralogy/petrology course - ""I am / we are"" " 49 370-377
Goodwin, D.R. "Natural disasters workshop integrating hands-on activities, internet-based data, and GIS " 50 437-443
Gosselin, D.C. Using earth-science research projects to develop collaboration between scientists at a research university and K-12 educators: Insights for future efforts 51 114-120
Gosselin, D.C. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication network 47 12-16
Gosselin, D.C. Process-oriented environmental change change curriculum-development workshop 48 631-635
Gosselin, D.C. Pre- / post-knowledge assessment of an earth science course for elementary/middle school education majors 50 169-175
Gosselin, D.C. Laboratory Earth: A model of online K-12 teacher coursework 58 203-213
Gould, C.F.Jr. Computer-aided visualization and animation of ocean-wave dynamics 48 267-272
Grady, J.R. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Graham, C.R. Earth science mini lessons: A service-learning strategy for improving attitudes toward science of preservice elementary teachers 55 228-234
Graham, S.A. Inteegrating teaching with field research in the Wagon Rock Project 47 227-235
Grall-Johnson, H.M. Geology for art students 48 309-312
Gramdy, D.A. Science as storytelling for teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interface 57 178-190
Gran, S.E. Teaching winter geohydrology using frozen lakes nd snowy mountains 47 402-427
Grandy, D.A. Commentary: On teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interface 57 168-177
Graney, J. "Watershed-based integration of hydrology, geochemistry, and geophysics in an environmental curriculum" 52 141-148
Grannell, R.B. "Student participation in an offshore seismic-reflection study of the Palos Verdes Fault, California continental borderland" 47 23-30
Grant, E. "Multimedia model for the utilization of geoscience eductional resources in public parks near urban centers, Hudson Highlands, New York" 52 149-153
Gray, N.H. "Service-learning practice in upper division geoscieence courses: Bridging undergraduate learning, teaching and research" 52 172-177
Green, A.M. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Greenberg, J.K. Indoor field study for structural geology course 50 575-582
Greenbowe, T. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Greengrove, C.L. Designing undergraduate research experiences for nontraditional student learning at sea 53 31-36
Greer, L. Real-time analysis of student comprehension: An assessment of electronic student-response technology in an introductory Earth-science course 52 345-351
Gremmillion, P.T. "Cover photograph of Union College students and faculty sampling sediment from frozen Ballston Lake, New York" 53 485
Gremmillion, P.T. A winter field-based course on limnology and paleolimnology 53 494-500
Gribben, D.T. Book review 47 298-299
Grismer, M.E. Book reviews 48 103-104
Gross, P.R. Food for thought 48 361
Grove, K. Using online homework to engage students in a geoscience course for general education 50 566-574
Gruber-Fuchs, M. Some Cycles of Nature - Applications of M. Montessori's Cosmic Education in Nursery School 56 220-224
Guerra, D.V. Emphasizing environmental concepts and policies in an introductory-meteorology course 47 362-366
Guertin, L.A. Using logic problems in introuctory-level geoscience courses to develop critical reasoning and quantitative skills 48 423-427
Guertin, L.A. An indoor shopping-mall building-stone investigation with handheld technology for introductory geoscience students 53 253-256
Guggenheim, S. A standards-based curriculum for clay science 55 257-266
Guilder, G. Food for thought 47 134
Guiterrez, M. "Natural disasters workshop integrating hands-on activities, internet-based data, and GIS " 50 437-443
Gullberg, J. Food for thought 49 82
Gunter, M. Introducing medical geology to undergraduates as a critical-thinking and risk-assessment tool 55 169-180
Gunter, M. "Cover photomicrograph of thin section of chrysotile ore from Lowell Mine, Vermont" 55 253-254
Gunter, M.E. The polzrized-light microscope: Should we teach the use of a 19th-century insturment in the 21st century? 52 33-44
Gunter, M.E. Quartz - The most abundant mineral species in the earth's crust and a human carcinogen? 47 341-349
Gunter, M.E. Integration of new methods into teaching mineralogy 52 23-30
Gunter, M.E. Cover photomicrograph of a single crystal of olivine 52 "1, 3"
Gupta, T. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Guth, P.L. Using GPS to teach more than accurate positions 50 241-246
Gutierrez, M. Alumni of geology BS-programs express strong support for field geology and related field and laboratory experiences 53 215-216
Gyllenhaal, E.D. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361

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