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Wagner, J.R. Presentation of 1998 Neil Miner Award 47 56-58
Wagner, J.R. 1988 NAGT Presidential address - A retrospective trip through time 47 5-7
Walker, J. "The flash of a century - Geologic and environmental concepts in Aldo Leopold's ""Odyssey " 49 286-290
Walker, M. "Multimedia model for the utilization of geoscience eductional resources in public parks near urban centers, Hudson Highlands, New York" 52 149-153
Walker, S.H. Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence - Report of a workshop sponsored by NSF 49 217
Wallace, P. Using a Modified Hele-Shaw Cell to Understand the Layering of Strata 56 172-178
Wallace, T.C.Jr. Earthquakes and other disasters of the day 48 593
Wallich, P. Food for thought 47 448
Waloven, V. Preservice elementary-school teachers' images of clay scientists 55 321-325
Walters, J.D. Incorporating GPS technology with a campus geology walking tour 52 186-190
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptons - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Confusion about gas pressure in viscous magma 50 466-468
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - Imperceptibly slow change in descriptions of creep 47 487-489
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - Erroneous statements about atomic mass 47 387-390
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about erros in geoscience textbooks: Barriers to understanding convection in solid material 50 218-219
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Unnatural restrictions on the evaporation of water 49 397-399
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Problems caused by restrictive definitions of runoff 49 86-88
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Problematic descriptions of some chemical bonds 47 275-277
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Misconceptions of the forces acting on hillslope materials 49 190-192
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Misconceptions of the force acting on a body in orbit 49 319-321
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Misconceptions of energy release in earthquakes 50 620-623
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: How two rights can make a wrong 47 182-184
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Consequences of ignoring the bonding of atoms in elemental substances 49 498-500
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks; Disobeying the law of conservation of mass 47 82-84
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks (Infiltration in the hydrologic cycle) 48 382-385
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks (cones of depression) 48 239-241
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks (cleavage and chemical bonding) 48 92-94
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks (changing eccentricity of Earth's orbit) 48 541-543
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks (changes in obliquity) 48 701-704
Wampler, J.M. Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbook: Misconception of thermal energy in real materials 50 342-344
Wandersee, J.H. Students' geocognition of deep time conceptualized in an informal educational setting 57 275-285
Wandersee, J.H. Earth Science Teachers' Perceptions of an Autonomous Feildwork Assignment in a Nationwide Paleontology Course 56 149-155
Wang, H.F. Theory of linear poroelasticity with applications to geomechanics and hydrogeology (reviewed) 49 490
Wang, V.Z. Diagnostic testing of introductory geology students 55 357-363
Wang, V.Z. Calibrated peer-review assignments for the earth sciences 57 328-334
Warner, J.L. Subject-area knowledge measured by scores on the National Association of State Boards of Geology (ABSOG) fundamentals examination and the implications for academic preparation 52 374-378
Warner, S.P. Subject-area knowledge measured by scores on the National Association of State Boards of Geology (ABSOG) fundamentals examination and the implications for academic preparation 52 374-378
Warren, H.N. A MATLAB 5 program for calculating the statistics of mass change 47 313-320
Wartes, D. Survey development for measuring the near-term effectiveness of a program to recruit minority geoscientists 55 244-250
Washburn, J. Cover photograph of students studying soil samples 51 "1, 3"
Washburne, J. Transferring and constructing knowledge: Designing an STC based teacher workshop 51 484-489
Waters, T. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Watson, M.J. Xoa:dau to Maunkaui: Integrating indigenous knowledge into an undergraduate earth systems science course 57 137-144
Watts, N.B. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Watzin, M.C. Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science course 58 145-154
Weaver, A. "Scientists and public outreach: Participation, motivations, and impediments" 53 281-293
Webster, J. "Magnetism, the Earth as a magnet, and seafloor banding - How much magnetism is enough" 52 352-362
Wedgeworth, M. Overcoming challenges of teaching Earth history classes for teachers in a rock-free urban environment 52 429-432
Wee, B. "Water towers, pump houses, and mountain streams: Students' ideas about watersheds" 53 381-386
Weinberg, S. Food for thought 47 16
Weinberg, S. Food for thought 48 630
Weinberg, S. Food for thought 48 312
Weiner, J. Food for thought 47 335
Weiner, J. Food for thought 48 657
Weiss, D.J. Incorporating GPS technology with a campus geology walking tour 52 186-190
Weiss, M.P. "Frederick William Sardeson, Geologist 1866-1958 (reviewed) " 50 209
Welford, M.R. An ssessment of combined academic geology and geography departments based on a survey of department chairs 48 641-650
Wells, N.A. Studying earthquakes while also learning about data and visualization 50 271-286
Wemple, B.C. Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science course 58 145-154
Wendlandt, R.F. "Weathering of ignesous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks in a semi-arid climate - Clay mineralogy in a geological-engineering context" 55 295-309
Werhner, M.J. A Comparison of the Performance of Online versus Traditional On-Campus Earth Science Students On Identical Exams 58 310-312
Wetzel, L.R. Building stones as resources for student research 50 404-409
Wheatley, M.R. An introductory geophysical exercise demonstrating the use of the gravity method in mineral exploration 47 213-220
Wheeler, G. "Report from the Executive Committee, Toronto" 47 97
Wheeler, G. Geological Society of America education-New directions 48 386-388
Wheeler, G. 1999 NAGT Presidential address 48 57
Wheeler, G.R. Teaching mineral resources as an aid to understanding international policy issues 47 464-468
White, d.S. Incorporating a watershed-based summary field exercise into an introductory hydrogeology course 58 214-220
Whitford, D.J. Computer-aided visualization and animation of ocean-wave dynamics 48 267-272
Whitmeyer, S.J. "Strategies and rubrics for teaching chaos and complex systems theories as elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating evolutionary systems" 58 68-85
Whitmeyer, S.J. "Expanding evolutionary theory beyond Darwinism with elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating complex evolutionary systems" 58 58-64
Whitney, D.L. "Exploring the relationship of scratch resistance, hardness, and other physical properties of minerals using Mohs scale minerals" 55 56-61
Whitney, D.L. Doing time: Apatitie fission-track analysis in undergraduate science courses 55 222-227
Whittecar, G.R. A modified jigsaw-type exercise for studying volcanic landforms 48 578
Whybrow, P.J. Travels with the fossil hunters (reviewed) 49 67-68
Wieder, R.W. Geology underfoot in central Nevade (reviewed) 50 484
Wigent, a. How Gender and Race of Geologists are Portrayed in Physical Geology Textbooks 56 156-159
Wilberg, P.L. Book reviews 48 252-253
Williams, J.W. Subject-area knowledge measured by scores on the National Association of State Boards of Geology (ABSOG) fundamentals examination and the implications for academic preparation 52 374-378
Williams, M. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Williamson Whitney, V.A. "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
Wilson, B. A professional engineering degree in petroleum geoscience to satisfy Caribbean industry 55 181-190
Wilson, D.C. "Rocks of Mohavee county, Arizona: An Educational Landscape Display" 56 126-130
Wilson, E.O. Food for thought 50 118
Winchester, S. The map that changed the world: William Smith and the birth of modern geology (reviewed) 50 209-210
Winstanley, J.D. W.Using food to demonstrate Earth-science concepts: A review 52 154-160
Wise, D.U. Creationism's propaganda assault on deep time and evolution 49 30-35
Wise, S.B. "Climate Change in the Classroom: Patterns, Motivations, and Barriers to Instruction Among Colorado Science Teachers" 58 297-309
Wisniewski, J.J. "Urban Earth science in Milwaukee, Wisconsin" 52 433-437
Wittmann, M. "Design, implementation, and assessment of an Earth-Systems-Science course for secondary teachers" 52 379-385
Wolf, L.W. "Geocommunication, a cornerstone graduate course in professional development " 51 244-2
Wolpert, L. Food for thought 47 482
Wolpert, L. Food for thought 47 482
Wolpert, L. Food for thought 47 279
Wolpert, L. Food for thought 48 430
Woltemade, C.J. "Design, implementation, and assessment of an undergraduate interdisciplinary watershed research laboratory " 50 372-379
Woltemade, C.J. A student-centered field project comparing NEXRAD and rain guage precipitation values in mountainous terrain 50 296-302
Woodburne, M.O. Book reviews 48 394-395
Woodrow, D. Self-contained problem sets as a means of incorporating quantitative-skill development in existing introductory geoscience courses 48 427-430
Wright, E. Making art and doing science in an undergraduate Earth-science course 48 284-287
Wright, E. Evolution telephone 48 587
Wright, H.M. "Fudge Factors in Lessons on Crystallization, rheology and Morphology of Basalt Lava Flows" 56 73-80
Wright, J.L. Reading about dinosaurs - An annotated bibliography of books 48 167-168
Wright, J.L. A paleontology network inquiry consortium: Impact on teachers 51 317-321
Wright, J.M. Science in the mountains: A unique research experience to enhance diversity in the geosciences 58 95-100
Wulff, A.H. Using inquiry-based methodologies to ease the pain of learning mineral formulae and analytical techniques 52 69-75
Wurman, J.A. Introducing high-tech and low-tech geoscience-related technology to disadvantaged schools in the tropical Pacific 51 201-204
Wurstner, S. Teacher/scientist partnership develops a simulated natural-disaster scenario to enhance student learning 53 522-530
Wyatt, J. Book review 47 90-91
Wyckoff, J. Reading the Earth: Landforms in the making (reviewed) 50 486-487
Wyckoff, J. Book reviews 48 715-719
Wysession, M.E. Educational animation of the propagation of earthquake-generated seismic shear waves across the mantle 50 186-194

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