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Labaree, D.F.Food for thought 48 681
Lacefield, J. Lost worlds in Alabama rocks: A guide to the state's ancient life and landscapes (reviewed) 49 408
LaDochy, S. Recent online resources and distance-learning experiences in natural hazards 55 202-210
Lahr, J.C. Table-top earthquakes 48 594
Lambert, J. Using moder-centered instruction to introduce GIS in teacher-preparation programs 55 387-395
Lambert, J. Students' conceptual understandings of science after participating in a high-school marine-science course 53 531-539
Lambert, J. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Lambert, J. Conceptions of the greenhouse effect and global warming amon elementary[-school] students from diverse languages and cultures 55 117-125
LaMoreaux, P.E.Sr. Lost worlds in Alabama rocks: A guide to the state's ancient life and landscapes (reviewed) 49 408
Landa, E.R. "Soil science and geology: connects, disconnects and new opportunities in geoscience education" 52 191-196
Lang, N.P. Examples for Integrating Venus Magellan Imagery Into Science Classes 56 135-141
Lange, S.E. The Fisk-Vanderbilt masters-to-PhD bridge program: a model for broadening participation of underrepresented groups in the physical science through effective partnerships with minority-serving institutions 58 135-144
Langel, R.A. Book review 47 498-499
Langenheim, R.L. Jr. Books for geoscientists 47 90-94
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. The map that changed the world: William Smith and the birth of modern geology (reviewed) 50 209-210
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. "The geology of the parks, monuments, and wildlands of southern Utah (reviewed) " 49 410
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Maverick (reviewed) 49 488
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Canyonlands country (reviewed) 49 69
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 49 66-71
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 49 488-490
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 50 483-487
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 49 407-413
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 49 317
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 49 215-216
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 50 209-211
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 50 111-114
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 47 498-502
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 47 400-404
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 47 295-299
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Book reviews 48 715-719
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Book reviews 48 545-548
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Book reviews 48 391-395
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Book reviews 48 249-253
Langenheim, R.L.Jr. Book reviews 48 100-104
Langenhein, R.L.Jr. Books for geoscientists 47 195-199
Langenhein, R.L.Jr. Book review 47 195-199
Langkamp, G. Computational geology news and views 48 238
Langseth, D.E. Environmental media phase-tracking units in the classroom 57 206-213
LaPorte, E. A comparative analysis of onling learning materials aimed toward integrating Great Lakes science into the K-8 classroom 58 188-196
Larsen, M. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Larson-Miller, C. Laboratory Earth: A model of online K-12 teacher coursework 58 203-213
Latta, D.K. Land-use debate 48 593-594
Laursen, S.L. Professional Development Needs and Outcomes for Education-Engaged Scientists: A Research-Based Framework 56 235-246
Lautz, L. K. Dye tracing through Sinks Canyon: Incorporating advanced hydrogeology into the University of Missouri's Geology Field Camp 55 197-201
Lawrence, D.P. Teaching the practice of geology and communication using John McPhee's books 49 36-43
Lawrence, S.F. Teaching the practice of geology and communication using John McPhee's books 49 36-43
Lazarus, S.M. Issues regarding student interpretation of color as a third-dimension on graphical representations 57 372-378
LeBlanc, C. Web resources: The best Earth science Web sites according to the real experts 51 456-457
Leckie, R.M. Active-learning methods to improve student performance and scientific interest in a large introductory oceanography course 49 111-119
Ledley, T.S. Developing meaningful student-teacher-scientist partnerships 51 91-95
Lee, H. International geoscience educators' perceptions of approaches to K-12 science education for the 21st century 53 198-203
Lee, M. Book reviews 48 251-252
Lee, O. Conceptions of the greenhouse effect and global warming amon elementary[-school] students from diverse languages and cultures 55 117-125
Lee, R.E. Jr. An immersion professional development program in environmental science for inservice elementary-school teachers 55 70-77
Leech, M.L. A guided-inquiry approach to learning the geology of the U.S. 52 368-373
Legg, M.R. "Student participation in an offshore seismic-reflection study of the Palos Verdes Fault, California continental borderland" 47 23-30
Leo, R.F. Minerals and the visual arts 48 317-320
Leopold, L.B. Book review 47 91
Lerche, I. An exercise in signal processing techniques 50 444-448
Lesher, C.E. Teaching the scientific method using contemporary research topics as the basis for studen-defined projects 48 145-149
Lesher, C.E. Case-based learning in an upper-level petrology laboratory 55 80-84
Lester, B.T. Conceptions of the greenhouse effect and global warming amon elementary[-school] students from diverse languages and cultures 55 117-125
Lev, S.M. A problem-based learning exercise for environmental geology 52 128-132
Leveson, D. The unique role of introductory geology courses in teaching quantitative reasoning 52 301-305
Levin, E.C. Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed research project 47 266-271
Levin, H.L. Book reviews 48 102-103
Levine, R. Survey development for measuring the near-term effectiveness of a program to recruit minority geoscientists 55 244-250
Levine, R. Science in the mountains: A unique research experience to enhance diversity in the geosciences 58 95-100
Levitt, K.E. An earth science summer institute for elementary teachers 49 291-299
Levitt, N. Food for thought 48 640
Levitt, N. Food for thought 48 439
Levitt, N. Food for thought 48 361
Levy, J. Systems modeling of nonequilibrium chemical reactions using STELLA 47 413-419
Levy, R.H. 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
Lewis, B. A formative assessment of geologic time for high-school Earth science students 52 231-235
Lewis, E.B. Content is not enough: A history of secondary earth science teacher preparation with recommendations for today 56 445-455
Lewis, R.D. "Geocommunication, a cornerstone graduate course in professional development " 51 244-251
Li, M. Conceptions of the greenhouse effect and global warming amon elementary[-school] students from diverse languages and cultures 55 117-125
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education: Visualization and the geosciences 50 449-45
Libarkin, J.C. "Research methodologies in science education: Undergraduate research mentoring, teacher workshops, and K-12outreach activities " 50 602-609
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education: Training graduate teaching assistants to teach 51 347-351
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education: the qualitative-quantitative debate 50 78-86
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education: qualitative data 50 195-200
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education: Mental models and cognition in education 51 121-126
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education: Human subjects and education research 52 199-204
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education: Gender and the geosciences 51 446-452
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education - Assessing student's alternative conceptions 49 378-383
Libarkin, J.C. Research methodologies in science education 49 300-304
Libarkin, J.C. Research in science education: Threshold concepts 55 434-438
Libarkin, J.C. Research in science education: The expert-novice continuum 55 333-339
Libarkin, J.C. Qualitative analysis of college students' ideas about the Earth: Interviews and open-ended questionaires 53 17-26
Libarkin, J.C. Editorial: what role do geoscientists play in society 58 1
Libarkin, J.C. Editorial: Technology and the Future of JGE 58 252
Libarkin, J.C. Editorial - The evolution of JGE: Responding to our community's needs 57 165-167
Libarkin, J.C. Development of an assessment of student conception of the nature of science 49 435-442
Libarkin, J.C. "Conceptions, cognition, and change: Student thinking about the Earth" 53 342
Libarkin, J.C. College student conceptions of geological time and the disconnect between ordering and scale 55 413-422
Libarkin, J.C. Assessment of learning in entry-level geoscience courses : Results from the geoscience concept inventory 53 394-401
Libarkin, J.C. An empirical methodology for investigating geocognition in the field 57 316-328
Libarkin, J.C. A novel approach to teaching and understanding transformations of matter in dynamic earth systems 57 233-241
Libarkin, J.C. 2007 James H. Shea Award Acceptance by J.C. Libarkin 56 190-191
Liben, L.S. Research in science education: The role of gestures in geoscience teaching and learning 56 362-368
Lieder, C.C. Geologic problem solving in the field: Analylsis of field navigation and mapping by advanced undergraduates 57 48-63
Lierandi-Roman, A. Designing and implementing earth science courses for a new integrated science program for K-8 teachers 56 417-421
Lighthart, A. Hollywood geology 48 601
Lillquist, K.D. Stream tables and watershed geomorphology education 50 583-593
Lily, D.R.A Visual BASIC 6 program that facilitates learning the characteristics of simple and pure shear through experimentation 50 559-565
Lin, Y. Using synthetic data and artificial wells to teach the construction and us of water-level contour maps 56 317-323
Lincoln, T.N. 2001NAGT/USGS Cooperative Summer Geoscience Internship Program 50 227-229
Lindley, D. Food for thought 48 486
Linneman, S.R. Cover photograph of stream-table delta (see article on p. 110-115) 53 1
Linneman, S.R. "Combining stream-table experiments, high-tech particle analysis, and the Web to help geomorphology students evaluate landform evolution" 53 110-115
Liu, L. "Service-learning practice in upper division geoscieence courses: Bridging undergraduate learning, teaching and research" 52 172-177
Lloyd, M. Museum review 47 72-74
Lockley, M.G. Reading about dinosaurs - An annotated bibliography of books 48 167-178
Lockwood, J. Developing meaningful student-teacher-scientist partnerships 51 91-95
Lohrengel, C.F.II Letter: Parowan Petroglyphs State Monument UT 48 248
Long, J. Book review 47 404
Longhenry, S.C. Museums dissolving boundaries between science and art 48 "288-291

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