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Pace, N.R. Food for thought 50 144
Padgett, D.A. "Teaching race, class, and cultural issues in earth sciences to enhance multicultural education initiatives " 49 364-369
Palmer, K. Xoa:dau to Maunkaui: Integrating indigenous knowledge into an undergraduate earth systems science course 57 137-144
Palmer, A.. Web resources for fieldwork 52 205-206
Palmer, A.R. Book review 47 400
Palmer, M.H. Xoa:dau to Maunkaui: Integrating indigenous knowledge into an undergraduate earth systems science course 57 137-144
Palmer, R. Web resources for fieldwork 52 205-206
Palmquist, J.C. Book reviews 48 250-251
Palmquist, J.C. Book reviews 48 251
Palmquist, J.C. Book review 47 299
Pananont, P. Thai university students' prior knowledge about P-waves generated during particle motion 57 286-299
Parcell, L.M. Evaluating and communicating geologic reasoning with semiotics and certainty estimation 57 379-389
Parcell, W.C. Evaluating and communicating geologic reasoning with semiotics and certainty estimation 57 379-389
Pardi, R.R. "Urban watershed studies - An off-campus site in the built environment, northern New Jersey" 52 411-415
Parham, T.L.Jr. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Parham, T.L.Jr. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Park, D. Differences between a standards-based curriculum and traditional textbooks in high-school earth science 53 540-547
Park, L.E. Teaching archeogeophysical survey and mapping any time of the year: An introductory course 52 236-244
Park, R.L. Food for thought 48 721
Parker, J.M. "Box diagrams to assess students' systems thinking about the rock, water and carbon cycles" 55 138-146
Parker, W.C. "Corks, buoyancy, and wave-particle dynamics" 48 500-507
Parsley, R.L. Book reviews 48 102-103
Patterson, L.A. Using assessment to evaluate and improve inquiry-based geoenvironmental science activities: Case study of a middle school watershed E. coli investigation 53 204-214
Paull, R.A. 1999 NAGT/USGS/AASG Cooperative summer field training program 48 108-109
Paull, R.K. NAGT/USGS/AASG Cooperative summer field training program 48 108
Paytan, A. Engaging first-grade students in a geoscience campus field trip 55 326-332
Peacock, D.C.P. A simple experiment to demonstrate overpressured fluids and soft-sediment deformation 51 410-414
Peacock, S.M. Explore data first 48 592
Pearce, A.R. Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science course 58 145-154
Peck, W.H. Teaching metastability in petrology using a guided reading from the primary literature 52 284-288
Peck, W.H. Cover image of Michel-Levy interference color chart 55 113-114
Perkins, D. VR excursions - Exploring Earth's environment 49 215-216
Perkins, D. "Scholarship of teaching and learning, assessment, and the Journal of Geoscience Education" 52 113-114
Perkins, D. GeoDIL 50 220
Perkins, D. Comments on “The Lifestyle Project” 52 197
Perkins, D. Book review 47 298-299
Perkins, D. The case for a cooperative studio classroom: Teaching petrology in a different way 53 101-109
Perry, B.E. An immersion professional development program in environmental science for inservice elementary-school teachers 55 70-77
Perry, D. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Persico, L. Quantifying urban land use and runoff changes through service-learning hydrology projects 51 365-372
Pestrong, R. Your personal park 48 604
Pestrong, R. Making mudcracks 48 577
Pestrong, R. Listening to the Earth 48 598-599
Pestrong, R. Geology - the sensitive science 48 333-336
Petcovic, H.L. Research in science education: The expert-novice continuum 55 333-339
Petcovic, H.L. Geoscience Conceptual Knowledge of Preservice Elementary Teachers: Results from the Geoscience Concept Inventory 56 251-260
Petcovic, H.L. An empirical methodology for investigating geocognition in the field 57 316-328
Peters, E.K. Book review 47 195-199
Peterson, G. "Integrating investigation across the geology and physics curricula using the Cullowhee Creek Environmental Field Station, Western Carolina University " 51 415-423
Peterson, I. Food for thought 49 186
Petty, M.R. Effective Materials for Increasing Young children's Spatial and Mapping Skills 56 5-14
Philpotts, A.R. "Service-learning practice in upper division geoscieence courses: Bridging undergraduate learning, teaching and research" 52 172-177
Picard, M.D. Visit to a spreading center 48 222-228
Picard, M.D. Vesuvius 48 533-540
Picard, M.D. Thin air 49 384-385
Picard, M.D. The mighty hot springs at Thermopolis 48 692-700
Picard, M.D. The Bingham Canyon pit 47 369-373
Picard, M.D. Suburban coyotes 47 272-273
Picard, M.D. Stone glacier 51 268-271
Picard, M.D. Something remembered from the big island 47 483-486
Picard, M.D. Searching for gilsonite when I was young 50 471-474
Picard, M.D. "Otters and Orcas, glaciers and gold " 49 322-328
Picard, M.D. Once more to the lake 51 453-455
Picard, M.D. Journey to Tok 49 480-487
Picard, M.D. Journey to Normandy 47 177-181
Picard, M.D. Journey to Davos and John Muir's last journey 50 102-110
Picard, M.D. James Herbert Shea - A special teacher 48 568-569
Picard, M.D. Jade hunting on the Sweetwater 51 140-143
Picard, M.D. In Iceland 48 362-369
Picard, M.D. "Great expectation, slight contemplation - Results of a survey of student attitudes on the eve of the new millenium" 47 113-118
Picard, M.D. Goodbye to all that 50 330-338
Picard, M.D. Discovering minerals (for Craig Sanders) 50 626-630
Picard, M.D. Dark grains of sand on fire-plume lands 48 64-69
Picard, M.D. Connections - early life and rocks 49 187-189
Picard, M.D. "Computers and e-mail, the wave of the present" 47 62-63
Picard, M.D. Book reviews 48 101-102
Picard, M.D. A late report on October 49 83-85
Picard, M.D. 2004 NAGT and GSA geoscience education awards 53 124-129
Picard, M.D. 2004 James H. Shea Award - Citation of Steven M Stanley 53 126
Pifer, M.J. Increasing diversity in the geosciences: Recruitment programs and student self-efficacy 58 32-42
Pinter, N. Greenhouse effect in the classroom: a project- and laboratory-based curriculum 49 274-279
Plank, C. A gateway website that provides Earth-system-science internet activities to K-12 teachers 47 443-448
Pleva, M.A. An interdisciplinary approach to teaching introductory chemistry to geology students 51 481-483
Plotnick, R.E. "An integrated earth science, astronomy, and physics course for elementary-education majors" 57 152-158
Plymate, T.G. Alumni of geology BS-programs express strong support for field geology and related field and laboratory experiences 53 215-216
Poinar, G.Jr. "The amber forest, a reconstruction of a vanished world (reviewed) " 49 68-69
Poinar, R. "The amber forest, a reconstruction of a vanished world (reviewed) " 49 68-69
Poirier, G. The viscosities of foods as analogs for silicate melts 52 363-367
Ponomarenko, A. Crystallography in the classroom: Modeling silicates without silicate models 52 31-33
Pop, D. Mineral museums as science partners in teaching mineral sciences 52 87-96
Porter, S. Food for thought 49 149
Posnanski, T.J. "Urban Earth science in Milwaukee, Wisconsin" 52 433-437
Posnanski, T.J. A redesigned geoscience-content course's impact on science teaching self-efficacy beliefs 55 152-157
Postawko, S.E. Introducing high-tech and low-tech geoscience-related technology to disadvantaged schools in the tropical Pacific 51 201-204
Potter, P. Using a Modified Hele-Shaw Cell to Understand the Layering of Strata 56 172-178
Powell, R.L. "The art, history, and geoscience of Hindostan whetstone gravestones in Indiana" 48 337-342
Powell, W. Using Web-based bulletin boards to increase class discussion 48 602
Powell, W. The unique role of introductory geology courses in teaching quantitative reasoning 52 301-305
Powell, W. Improving Urban Earth Science Education: the TRUST Model 56 269-279
Powell, W. Essential design elements for successful online courses 51 221-230
Prakash, A. Experimental Discoveries in Geoscience Educsation: The EDGE Program in Alaska 56 179-186
Prather, E. Students' beliefs about the role of atoms in radioactive decay and half-life 53 345-354
Pribesh, S. Secondary earth/environmental science teachers' aversion to videotaped self study 55 373-380
Pronk, T.G. Simulating magma plumes 48 577
Pronk, T.G. Mineral-separation demonstrations 48 590-591
Pronk, T.G. Demonstrating folds in metamorphic rocks 48 573
Pronk, T.G.: Is the Earth round? 48 594
Prothero, W.A. Applying argumentation analysis to assess the quality of university oceanography students' scientific writing 50 40-48
Prothero, W.A. Jr. "Earth Data, Science Writing and Peer Review in a Large General-Education Oceanography Class" 56 61-72
Pumpelly, R. Food for thought 50 149
Pyle, E.J. "Strategies and rubrics for teaching chaos and complex systems theories as elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating evolutionary systems" 58 68-85
Pyle, E.J. "Expanding evolutionary theory beyond Darwinism with elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating complex evolutionary systems" 58 58-64
Pyrtle, A.J. "To Attract, Engage, Mentor and Sustain: Outcomes from the Minority Students Pursuing Higher Degrees of Success (MSPHDs) in Earth System Science Pilot Project" 56 24-32

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