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Maasch, K. "Design, implementation, and assessment of an Earth-Systems-Science course for secondary teachers" 52 379-385
Macdonald, H.R. Conferences on building quantitative skills of geoscience students 47 288-289
Macdonald, M. Improving Urban Earth Science Education: the TRUST Model 56 269-279
Macdonald, R.H. Teaching methods in undergraduate geoscience courses: Results of the 2004 On the Cutting Edge Survey of US faculty 53 237-252
Macdonald, R.H. Integrating the teaching of quantitative skills across the geology curriculum in a department 48 482-486
Macdonald, R.H. Computational geology news and views 48 76
Macdonald, R.H. Building the quantitative skills of students in geoscience courses 48 409-412
Macdonald, R.H. 2004 GSA Biggs Award: Citation of Gregory Hancock 53 127-128
Macdougall, J.D. Book review 47 299
MacGregor, I.D. Globe: Science and education 51 9-20
Macklem-Hurst, J.L. Pre- / post-knowledge assessment of an earth science course for elementary/middle school education majors 50 169-175
Madden, A.S. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Madden, J. Transferring and constructing knowledge: Designing an STC based teacher workshop 51 484-489
Mah, C.L. Fossil crinoids (reviewed) 49 409-410
Malone, D.H. A faculty survey on field trips in undergraduate structural-geology courses 47 8-11
Malone, V. Web resources for the seasons 53 217-218
Maltman, A. Book reviews 48 250-251
Mandelbrot, B. Food for thought 49 345
Manduca, C. Analogical thinking in geoscience education 58 2-13
Manduca, C.A. Teaching methods in undergraduate geoscience courses: Results of the 2004 On the Cutting Edge Survey of US faculty 53 237-252
Manduca, C.A. 2001 GSA Biggs Award presented to E.B. Grosfils 50 224-225
Manduca, R. "Cover photo of intrusive dike, Chile" 53 233-234
Manger, W.L. Cover photograph of belemnoid rostrum 50 "493, 495"
Mango, H.N. A reading and writing approach to teaching environmental geology 48 662-666
Mann, C.J. Hubbert's peak: the impending world oil shortage (reviewed) 50 210-211
Mann, C.J. Book reviews 48 545-548
Mann, C.J. Book review 47 92-93
Mann, C.J. Book review 47 195-199
Mann, D.K. Adventures in the bone trade (reviewed) 49 317
Mann, K.O. Teaching biostratigraphy 48 184-198
Manner, B.M. An earth science summer institute for elementary teachers 49 291-299
Manone,N.F. Application of tablet PCs to lecture demonstrations on optical mineralog 58 221-231
Mantei, E.J. Alumni of geology BS-programs express strong support for field geology and related field and laboratory experiences 53 215-216
Marcum, B. Teaching rocks & minerals in a hands-on lab: A teaching and learning experince for pre-credential undergraduates at CSU Chico 56 401-407
Markin, J.M. Analysis of the Bachlor of Science in Geology as Offered in the United States 56 113-119
Markley, C.T. The relationship between instructors' conceptions of geoscience learning and classroom practice at a research univeristy 57 264-274
Markley, M.J. The [geo]scientific method: Hypothessis testing and proposal writing for students 58 198-202
Marlow, M.P. A paleontology network inquiry consortium: Impact on teachers 51 317-321
Marques, F.O. Reconstruction/interpretation of macroscopic structures from discontinuous mesoscopic observations: a major task of field/structural geologists 50 247-265
Marsella, K.A. Home energy conservation exercise 51 521-526
Marsh, O.C. Food for thought 49 157
Marshall, S.J. "Engaging students in atmospheric science: A university-high school collaboration in British Columbia, Canada" 57 128-136
Martin-Chivelet, J. Modified Fischer plots as graphical tools for evaluating thickness patterns in stratigraphic successions 48 179-183
Martin, E.E. "Active inquiry, web-based oceanography exercises " 49 158-165
Martin, R.E. Taphonomy: a process approach (reviewed) 49 70-71
Martin, W. Increasing the significance of course evaluation in large-enrollment geoscience classes 53 158-165
Massey, C. Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science course 58 145-154
Masuoke, P. A digital tectonic activity map of the earth 47 428-437
Matney, T. Teaching archeogeophysical survey and mapping any time of the year: An introductory course 52 236-244
Mattox, S. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Mattox, S. Designing and implementing earth science courses for a new integrated science program for K-8 teachers 56 417-421
Mattox, S.R. Teaching the basics about volcanoes to K-16 students 48 576-577
Mattox, S.R. An exercise in forecasting the next Mauna Loa eruption 47 255-260
Mattox, S.R. A field-oriented volcanology course to improve Earth-science teaching 52 122-127
May, M.T. Introducing students to enviroenmental geophysics in a field setting 52 254-259
Mayborn, K.R. Teaching the scientific method using contemporary research topics as the basis for studen-defined projects 48 145-149
Mayer, L. Systems modeling of nonequilibrium chemical reactions using STELLA 47 413-419
Mayer, L.A. Anaglyph stereo map of Crater Lake OR 55 1-2
Mayo, D. Recent online resources and distance-learning experiences in natural hazards 55 202-210
Mayo, L. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication network 47 12-16
Mays, D.C. "One-week module on stochastic groundwater modeling (Note - Erratum: v. 58, p. 121)" 58 101-109
McAuliffe, C.M. "Design, implementation, and evaluation of GIS-based learning materials in an introductory geoscience course " 50 5-14
McBirney, A.R. Book reviews 48 392
McBride, E.F. Design and assessment of an interactive digital tutorial for undergraduate-level sandstone petrology 51 381-386
McCaffrey, D.B. Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed research project 47 266-271
McCartney, K. Using the internet to prepare a term paper for a geology course 47 17-22
McCartney, K. "The Museum of Natural History [Bar Harbor, ME] (reviewed) " 50 115
McCartney, K. "The Deer Island Graniet Museum [Stonington, ME](reviewed) " 50 115
McClennan, C.E. Transferable elements of the education program sea semester 50 266-270
McClennan, C.E. "Cover photograph of ""sea-semester"" students on board the Westward " 50 "237, 239"
cConnel D Greendays - An environmental almanac 47 96
McConnell, D.Greendays - An environmental almanac 48 106
McConnell, D. Greendays - An environmental almanac 47 505
McConnell, D. Greendays - An environmental almanac 47 274
McConnell, D. Greendays - An environmental almanac 47 200
McConnell, D.A. How students think: Implications for learning in introductory geoscience courses 53 462-470
McConnell, D.A. Challenging students' ideas about Earth's interior structure using a model-based conceptual-change approach in a large-class setting 53 415-421
McConnell, D.A. Assessment and active learning strategies for introductory courses 51 205-216
McConnell, S.L. What is synchronous rotation 48 582-583
McCubbin, I.B. Science in the mountains: A unique research experience to enhance diversity in the geosciences 58 95-100
McDonald, H. NAGT James H. Shea Award 57 84-85
McGarry, M.A. Wetland connections: Linking university researchers and high-school teachers to advance science education and wetland conservation 51 387-397
Mcgeary, T. Book review 47 90-91
McGrew, A.J. The photoessay as a teaching tool in introductory Earth science 48 602
McGrew, H.S. The photoessay as a teaching tool in introductory Earth science 48 602
McIntyre, D.B. Book review 47 195-199
McKay, L.D. Incorporating hydrogeology in a mapping-based field camp 47 124-130
McKenney, R. "Magnetism, the Earth as a magnet, and seafloor banding - How much magnetism is enough" 52 352-362
McKenzie, J.M. Contamination in Orangetown: A mock trial and site-investigation exercise 52 266-273
McKirdy, A. Book review 47 195-199
McManus, D.A. Using quasi real-time data from the World Wide Web 48 597-598
McManus, D.A. The two paradigms of education and the peer review of teaching 49 423-434
McManus, D.A. "Developing a teaching assistant preparation program in the School of Oceanography, University of Washington " 50 158-168
McManus, D.A. Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence - Report of a workshop sponsored by NSF 49 217
McManus, S.A. Greenhouse effect in the classroom: a project- and laboratory-based curriculum 49 274-279
McMillan, R.S. Book reviews 48 545-548
McNamara, K. Book review 47 404
McNeal, K. Editorial: what role do geoscientists play in society 58 1
McNeal, K.S. The Effect of Using Inquiry and Multiple Representations on Introductory Geology Students' conceptuoal Model development of Coastal Eutrophication 56 201-211
McNeal, K.S. Editorial: The gedosciences gap in K-12 education 58 197
McNerney, M.J. "The art, history, and geoscience of Hindostan whetstone gravestones in Indiana" 48 337-342
McPhee, J. Food for thought 49 43
McWilliams, R.G. An immersion professional development program in environmental science for inservice elementary-school teachers 55 70-77
Meek, S.P. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Melillo, P.R. Quantifying urban land use and runoff changes through service-learning hydrology projects 51 365-372
Melton, G "Scientists and public outreach: Participation, motivations, and impediments" 53 281-293
Menking, K. Using mobile mapping to determine rates of meander migration in an undergraduate geomorphology course 55 147-151
Merrill, J.E. "Box diagrams to assess students' systems thinking about the rock, water and carbon cycles" 55 138-146
Merritt, E. A data-intensive approach to studying climate and climate change in Africa 48 464-468
Merry, C. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Messina, P. The ongoing educational anomaly of earth science placement 51 424-430
Messina, P. Footprints as inquiry-based learning tools 48 667-672
Metzger, E.P. The ongoing educational anomaly of earth sciencee placement 51 424-430
Meyer, A.W. Transferable elements of the education program sea semester 50 266-270
Meyer, A.W. "Cover photograph of ""sea-semester"" students on board the Westward " 50 "237, 239"
Meyer, M.A. Teaching urban high-school students global climate change information and graph interpretation skills using evidence from the scientific literature 57 335-347
Meyer, M.A. Teaching the nitrogen cycle and human-health interactions 55 158-168
Meyer, S.J. Process-oriented environmental change change curriculum-development workshop 48 631-635
Middendorf, J. Demanding and enforcing high expectations in freshman courses 52 320-323
Middleton, G.V. Sir William Dawson: Early contributions to carbonate petrology 51 322-324
Middleton, G.V. CG news and views: Why geologists should use MATLAB 47 176
Miele, E. Improving Urban Earth Science Education: the TRUST Model 56 269-279
Mieras, B.L. Linking art and geology for geoscience educators through geoart 48 321-324
Miller, H. The relationship between instructors' conceptions of geoscience learning and classroom practice at a research univeristy 57 264-274
Miller, H.R. The Effect of Using Inquiry and Multiple Representations on Introductory Geology Students' conceptuoal Model development of Coastal Eutrophication 56 201-211
Miller, K.B. Shaking the tree: Reading from Nature in the history of life (reviewed) 49 411
Miller, M. "Cover photograph of rainbow over Funeral Mountains, NV " 49 335
Miller, M. "Cover photograph of Permian Cedar Mesa Sandstone, southeastern Utah " 49 "1, 3"
Miller, M.G. Regional geology as a unifying theme and springboard to deep time 49 10-17
Miller, M.G. Optional seminars bring small-class experiences to students in large-enrollment geology courses 50 308-311
Miller, M.G. Drawing contours on clay models - A ands-on introduction to topographic maps 48 596
Miller, M.G. "Cover photograph of terraces along the Kadjerte River, Kyrgyzstan " 50 "133, 135"
Miller, M.G. "Cover photograph of alluvial fan at Badwater, Death Valley NV" 47 "109, 112"
Milliken, K.L. Design and assessment of an interactive digital tutorial for undergraduate-level sandstone petrology 51 381-386
Milton, J. Food for thought 49 35
Minnear, M.P. Forecasting the permanent decline in global petroleum production 48 130-136
Mintzes, J.J. Probing understanding in physical geology using concept maps and clinical interviews 53 263-270
Mitchell, W.J.T. Book review 47 501
Moecher, D. Pcharacterization and identification of mineral unknowns: A mineralogy term project 52 5-9
Mogk, D.W. Teaching methods in undergraduate geoscience courses: Results of the 2004 On the Cutting Edge Survey of US faculty 53 237-252
Mohadjer, S. "Earthquake emergency education in Dushanbe, Tajikistan" 58 86-94
Monta–ez, I.P. Modified Fischer plots as graphical tools for evaluating thickness patterns in stratigraphic successions 48 179
Montbriand, T. "Rocks of Mohavee county, Arizona: An Educational Landscape Display" 56 126-130
Montgomery, B. A digital tectonic activity map of the earth 47 428-437
Montgomery, H. The evolution of an undergraduate service course - How to cope with success of an age of dinosaurs class 51 299-303
Montgomery, K. "Using a historical controversy to teach critical thinking: The meaning of ""theory"", and the status of scientific knowledge" 57 214-221
Montgomery, K. Siccar Point and teaching the history of geology 51 500-505
Montgomery, S.L. Were artists the first teachers of geology? 48 325-328
Moomaw, W.R. Home energy conservation exercise 51 521-526
Moore, A. A comprehensive stream study designed for an undergraduate non-majors course in earth science 47 158-165
Moore, L.B. Scientific illustration techniques and handmade mineral paints for geoscience classes 48 "300-303

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