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Subject 1999 - 2010 : Surficial geology (geomorphology, Quaternary geology, soils)

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Six syllabi from the early years of American geological education, 1817-1838Stearns, R.G. & Corgan, J.X.5821-31
Commentary: Fostering students' argumentation skills in geoscience educationTrend, R.57224-232
Teaching radioisotope dating using the geology of the Hawaiian IslandsClark, S.K.5799-100
Introducing teachers to geospatial technology while helping them discover vegetation patterns in Owens Valley, CaliforniaSherman-Morris, K. and others5764-72
Introducing field-based geologic research using soil geomorphologyEppes, M.C.5711-22
Some cycles of nature: Applications of M. Montessori's cosmic education in nursery schoolHerbst, P. and others56220-224
Cover photograph of the Grand Canyon from the South RimAnonymous56293-294
Teaching with catastrophe: Topographic-map interpretation and the physical geography of the 1949 Mann Gulch, Montana wildfire Liliquist, K. 54 561-571
Analogue model for the gravity sliding of sediments Peacock, D.C.P. 54 550-554
Cover photograph of ventifacts, Death Valley CA Miller, M. 54 537-548
Learning landform vocabulary through different methods: object boxex, sand and dough creations, or puppet plays Rule, A.C., Graham, L.E., Kowalski, S., & Harris, M. 54 515-525
Creation of a computer-modeling course for undergraduate Earth-science students Menking, K.M. 54 464-470
A simple group-work approach for effective field work: A soil-sciences case study Mooney, S.J. 54 74-79
Cover photograph of sliding rock on Racetrack Playa CA Miller, M. 54 1-2
Lessons learned from using a Web-based interactive landform-simulation model (WILSIM) in a general-education physical- geography course Luo, W., Stravers, J.A., and Duffin, K.L 53 489-493
Combining stream-table experiments, high-tech particle analysis, and the Web to help geomorphology students evaluate landform evolution Clark, D.H. and Linneman, S.R 53 110-115
Geoantiquities: Concepts and applications for education in the urban landscape Chan, M.A. and Godsey, M.A 52 445-452
Teacher workshops using geoantiquities: Case history of modern Great Salt Lake and Pleistocene Lake Bonneville shorelines, Utah Atwood, G., Felton, A. and Chan, M.A 52 438-444
Soil science and geology: connects, disconnects and new opportunities in geoscience education Landa, E.R 52 191-196
Rationalizing geomorphology with an energy balance Devlin, J.F 51 398-409
Quantifying urban land use and runoff changes through service- learning hydrology projects Nichols, K.K., Bierman, P. R., Persico, L., Bosley, A., Melillo, P.R., and Kurfis, J 51 365-372
Telephoto view of a portion of the Grand Canyon Anonymou 51 357
Web resources: The cryosphere and the Pleistocene Francek, M 51 272-273
Stone glacier Picard, M.D 51 268-271
A two-week guided inquiry project for an undergraduate geomorphology course Field, J 51 255-261
Cover photograph of a sandstone cliff Anonymou 51 161
The Mastodon Matrix Project: An experiment with large-scale public collaboration in paleontological research Ross, R.M., Harnik, P.G., Allmon, W.D., Sherpa, J.M., Goldman, A.M., Nester, P.L., and Chiment, J.J 51 39-47
Cover photograph of students studying soil samples Washburn, J 51 "1, 3"
Indoor field study for structural geology course Greenberg, J.K 50 575-582
A Visual BASIC 6 program that facilitates learning the characteristics of simple and pure shear through experimentation Girty, G.H., Reish, N., Baroek, P., Heitman, B., Randall, K., Lilly, D.R., & Lynch, C 50 559-565
Reconstruction/interpretation of macroscopic structures from discontinuous mesoscopic observations: A major task of field/structural geologists Marques, F.O 50 247-265
Food for thought Pumpelly, R 50 149
Developing successful learning strategies in structural geology Caprariis, P.P.d 50 145-149
Hands-on exercise in environmental structural geology using a fracture block model Gates, A.E 49 443-449
Computational geology 14: The vector cross product and the three point problem. Vacher, H.L 49 72-82
Footprints as inquiry-based learning tools Messina, P 48 667-672
A capstone course in environmental geosciences Harbor, J.M 48 617-623
The STRATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers

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