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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Education - Computer Assisted

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 673-678 Caprariis, P.P. de
    Creating or adapting courses for on-line presentation
48 651-657 Alaniz-Alvarez, S.A., Tolson, G., and Nieto-Samaniego, A.F.
    Assessing fault reactivation with the ReActiva program
48 636-640 Chang, C.-Y.
    Enhancing tenth graders' earth-science learning through computer -assisted instruction
48 455-458 Hall-Wallace, M.K.
    Using linear regression to determine plate motions
48 443-446 Herrstrom, E.A.
    Enhancing the spatial skills of non-geoscience majors using the global positioning system
48 288-291, 348 Longhenry, S.C.
    Museums dissolving boundaries between science and art
48 267-272 Gould, C.F.Jr., and Whitford, D.J.
    Computer-aided visualization and animation of ocean-wave dynamics
48 203-208 Roberts, S.
    Using a spreadsheet to introduce aqueous-speciation calculations to geochemistry students
48 96-97 Exton, B.J.
    Exporing geology on the World-Wide Web
    More to earth science than meets the eye

47

12-16

Gosselin, D.C., Feurer, R., Frack, S.,Musson, A., Mayo, L., Karel, C., Schafer, E., Snyder, C., Sarchett, J., Alfieri, M.L.

   

The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication project

47

17-22

Harris, C.D., and McCartney, K.

   

Using the Internet to prepare a term paper for a geology course

47

62-63

Picard, M.D.

   

Computers and e-mail, the wave of the present

47

84-86

Exton, B.J.

   

Exploring geology on the World Wide Web - geomorphology

47

119-123

Hall-Wallace, M.K.

   

Integrating computing across a geosciences curriculum through an applications course

47

176

Middleton, G.V.

   

Computational geology - News and views - Why geologists should use Matlab

47

213-220

Dentith, M.C., and Wheatley, M.R.

   

An introductory geophysical exercise demonstrating the use of the gravity method in mineral exploration

47

313-320

Warren, H.N. and Girty, G.H.

   

A Matlab 5 program for calculating the statistics of mass change

47

325-330

Reichard, J.S.

   

Switching from a traditional to a computer-based format for introductory geoscience lectures

47

384-385

Dutch, S.I.

   

Review - CD ROM photo atlas of minerals

47

385-386

Exton, B.J.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide-Web - Employment resources

47

413-419

Levy,, J., and Mayer, L.

   

Systems modeling of nonequilibrium chemical reactions using STELLA

47

443-448

Slattery, W., Becker, M.J., and Plank, C.

   

A gateway website that provides Earth-system-science internet activities to K-12 teachers

47

448

Wallich, P.

   

Food for thought

47

469-472

Beaudoin, G.

   

EXPLORE - Simulation of a mineral-exploration campaign

47

490-491

Kusnick, J.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege teacher - Looking for evidence of plate tectonics

46

527

Anonymous

   

ESTPP professional-development workshops

46

524-527

Exton, B.J.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Marine geology and oceanography

46

479-483

Dutch, S.I.

   

Unit-cell models of isometric crystals

46

433-438

Lee, M.-K.

   

Hands-on laboratory exercises for an undergraduate hydrogeology course

46

398-401

Exton, B.J.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Economic geology

46

285-287

Exton, B.J.

   

Exploring geology on the world-wide web - Planetary geology, asteriods, comets and meteorites

46

274-279

Renshaw, C.E., Taylor, H.A., and Reynolds, C.H.

   

Impact of computer-assisted instruction in hydrogeology on critical-thinking skills

46

244-251

Bailey, C.M.

   

An integrative geologic mapping project for structural-geology courses

46

238-244

Erickson, R.C.

   

Producing an accurate crystal drawing in any orientation from a stereogram

46

178-181

Murray, K.S., and Yavine, Oved

   

Computer-assisted mineral identification for introductory-geology courses

46

154-156

Saini-Edukat, Bernhardt

   

A WWW spreadsheet-based exercise on flood-frequency analysis

46

149-153

Slater, T.F., Beaudrie, B.P., and Fixen, R.L.

   

Implementing K-12 hypermediated earth system science activities based on world-wid-web resources

46

146-148

Magloughlin, J.F.

   

A simple computer program for mineral recognition and study for geology undergraduates

46

132-136

Hudak, P.F.

   

Visualizing ground-water-flow fields and contaminant plumes in an undergraduate hydrogeology course

46

128-131

Brown, V.M.

   

Computers at geology field camp

46

103

Alder, Tina, Maher, H.D.Jr., and Welch, Julie

   

Errors on the www (letter)

46

60

Wallich, Paul

   

Food for thought

46

30-40

Schlische, R.W., and Ackerman, R.V.

   

Integrating computers into the field-geology curriculum

46

7-23

Barrows, L.J., and Paul, K.M.

   

A finite-element modeling approach to gravitation tectonic stress and earthquakes

45

246-251

Gore, P.J.W.

   

Using the world-wide web in the geology classroom

45

195-196

Spencer, D.A.

   

Videos for geoscientists - Geotectonics in Himalayas

45

186

Anonymous

   

Ad for NAGT slide sets and poster

45

137-146

Rosenberg, G.D.

   

A lesson in plate tectonics from art

45

26

Guilder, G.

   

Food for thought

45

10-21

Kali, Y., Orion, N., and Mazor, E.

   

Software for assisting high-school students in the spatial perception of geological structures

44

600-603

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Rocks and minerals

44

576-580

Campagna, D.J., and Warner, T.A.

   

Introduction to digital-mapping laboratory exercise

44

559-564

Gates, A.E., Langford, R.P., Hodgson, R.M., and Driscoll, J.J. III

   

Ground-water simulation apparatus for introductory and advanced courses in environmental geology

44

554-558

Dentith, M.C., and Wheatley, M.R.

   

Illustrating the seismic response of the Earth by using a simple computer program for calculating synthetic normal-incidence seismic-reflection sections

44

539-548

Mies, J.W.

   

Automated digital compilation of structural symbols

44

529-534

Kastens, K.A., VanEsselstyn, D., and McClintock, R.O.

   

An interactive multimedia tool for helping students "translate" from maps to reality and vice versa

44

503-505

Meeks, L.K., Meeks, G.E., and Manger, W.L.

   

PC-based collections management with GEOLABEL

44

448-451

Schimmrich, S.H., and Gore, P.J.W.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Volcanoes and volcanism

44

317-320

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Geophysics, plate tectonics and structural geology

44

315-317

Hudak, P.F.

   

Hydrogeology lessons and exercises for introductory physical-geology students

44

309-314

Edwards, D.J., Bryon, D., and Sowerbutts, B.

   

Recent advances in the development and use of courseware within earth science teaching

44

300-308

Roof, S.R., and Savoy, L.E.

   

Laboratory exploration of Pleistocene climate change, orbital forcing, and ocean-atmosphere interactions

44

262-265

Lockwood, J.F., Johnson, J., and Komatsu, G.

   

Planetary research as a practical way to learn geology and the process of science

44

212-214

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Seismology and earthquakes

44

189-196

Smith, D.G.W., and Abley, M.W.

   

Multi-media computer-assisted instruction in mineralogy

44

164-168

McConnell, D.A.

   

Using presentation software in large lecture classes

44

161-163

Bhatia, D.M.S., and Corgan, J.X.

   

Using Geodynamics Data Base in a volcanology course

44

95-98

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Invertebrate paleontology and evolution

44

23-24

Hounslow, A.W.

   

A program for teaching mineral identification using a computer versus using a computer for mineral identification

44

7-12

Wolters, H.J., Shaffer, J.A., Cerveny, R.S., and Barnhill, R.E.

   

Visualization of Milankovitch climate-change theory

44

133

Dressler, A.

   

Food for thought

44

91

Hendrix, T.E.

   

The decline of thinking [letter]

44

1-2

Cerveny, R.S.

   

Cover image of Earth showing various insolation intensities and patterns

43

566

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

43

563-566

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide-Web -- dinosaurs and vertebrate paleontology

43

552-555

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: getting caught in the web; getting taught on the Web

43

516

Toom, A.

   

Food for thought

43

507-510

Biddle, D.L.

   

Ion activity and speciation in environmental geochemistry

43

497-506

Prothero, W.A.Jr.

   

Using technology to tame the large oceanography class

43

346-351

Beiersdorfer, R.E., and Beiersdorfer, S.L.

   

Collaborative learning in an advanced environmental-geology course

43

330-331

Housel, E.S., Huston, A.L., Martin, C.A., and Pierce, T.L.

   

Student perspectives on a cooperative-learning experience

43

327-330

McManus, D.A.

   

Changing a course in marine geology from lecture format to a cooperative-learning format

43

246-250

Rogers, S.J., Kopaska-Merkel, D.C., and Fang, J.-H.

   

Computer simulation of carbonate platform

43

236-243

DeLa'O, J.D.

   

CAD solid modeling as an interactive tool for applications involving multicomponent phase diagrams

43

230-235

Baker, S.P., Benson, M.A., Palmes, S.L., and Huntoon, J.E.

   

Numerical simulation of sedimentary-basin formation with simple examples for upper-division undergraduates in tectonics or process-sedimentology courses

43

152-157

Moore, A. and Derry, L.

   

Understanding natural systems through simple dynamical systems modeling

43

107-113

Larrieu, T.L.

   

Basin analysis with a spreadsheet

43

51

Mott, C.J.

   

Geoscience education discussion group internet

43

11-14

Kallio, L.H., and Peltoniemi

   

A computer program for learning basic refraction seismology

42

471-477

Bursik, M.I., Hodge, D.S., and Sheridan, M.F.

   

Interactive computer modeling of social and scientific issues related to volcanic hazards

42

462-467

Boger, P.D., and Boger, J.L.

   

Interactive computer applications for the improvement of introductory-geology laboratory exercises

42

264-271

Wet, P. de

   

Integrating field observations with physical and computer models in an introductory environmental-geology course

42

141-142

Freeman, T.

   

Taking a Macintosh to Europe

42

110

Shea, J.H.

   

Teaching improvement

41

506-507

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

41

410-424

Kobluk, D.R.

   

An electronic textbook and its use in a historical geology course

41

297

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

41

262-266

Ousey, J.R.Jr.

   

A computer-simulation laboratory exercise on water-quality modelling

41

196

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

41

164-169

Martin, B.S.

   

Interactive modelling of open magma systems with spreadsheets

41

159-163

Garlick, G.D., and Miller, W.C.III

   

Simulations of burrowing strategies and construction of Paaleodictyon

41

133-139

Gunter, M.E.

   

Some thoughts about teaching introductory geology

41

129-132

Neuhauser, K.R.

   

An applied magnetometer survey in geologic field methods class

41

90-92

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

41

29-31

Kobluk, D.R.

   

Enhancing contact with students in high-enrollment geology courses with electronic bulletin boards

40

430-431

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

40

379-380

Malisetty, M.R., Rao, R.J., and Garlick, G.D.

   

Computer-assisted determination of crystal symmetry

40

360-366

Bartier, P.M., and Keller, C.P.

   

Geographic information systems capabilities for the earth sciences

40

272-278

Merritts, D.J., and Shane, E.B.

   

Effective use of hands-on activities, state-of-the-art technology, and computers in introductory environmental geology

40

261-264

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy column for precollege science teachers - Lessons of time

40

237-240

Malisetty, M.R., and Rao, R.J.

   

Use of a spreadsheet in teaching the CIPW norm

40

233-237

Swenson, M.J.

   

A microcomputer-based expert system for the identification of minerals

40

222-226

Harder, V.M., and Burns, G.L.

   

Geopardy - A computer-assisted review session

40

178-179

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

40

125-129

Geist, D.J.

   

Computer-aided instruction for the interpretation of phase diagrams for magma

40

109-115

Sprenke, K.F.

   

Analytic geometry formulas and computer routines for stereonet problems

40

92-93

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

40

53-61

Klasner, J.S., Crockett, J., Horton, K.B., Poe, M.D., and Wollert, M.T.

   

Hands-on teaching through a student field project in applied geophysics

40

47-49

Gregor, C.B., and Khamis, H.J.

   

Using the binomial model with unequal P to help detect cheating in multiple- choice exams

39

423-427

Grogger, P.K., and Cross, W.II

   

You don't mean I've been teaching something wrong? and other questions asked and answered

39

388-392

Shea, J.H.

   

A computer-based subduction-zone-earthquake exercise for introductory-geology classes

39

373-375

Gunter, M.E.

   

In-class computer demonstrations for physical geology

39

367-369

Ward, R.F.

   

Improved accuracy for CIPW norms

39

332

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

39

322-324

De Paor, D.G.

   

A modern solution to the classical three-point problem

39

319-321

Corgan, J.X., and Walker, R.E.

   

Using Time-machine Earth in the classroom

39

306-310

Gerencher, J.J.Jr., and Jackson, R.F.

   

Classroom utilization of a multi-axis Lehman seismograph system

39

303-305

Bart, H.A.

   

A hands-on approach to understanding topographic maps and their construction

39

289-290

Gunter, M.E., and Schares, S.M.

   

Computerized optical-mineralogy calculations

39

284-288

Bezzi, A.

   

A Macintosh program for improving three-dimensional thinking

39

263-264

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

39

227-229

Snow, R.S.

   

Early writing in the research mode via digital modeling of rivers

39

127-132

Dutch, S.I.

   

Geochemical calculations using spreadsheets

39

127-132

Dutch, S.I.

   

Geochemical calculations using spreadsheets

39

70-73

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-earth software reviews

39

52-55

Singh, R.J.

   

Diagrams and test files for use in introductory geology courses

39

23-27

Bjornerud, M.G.

   

Conveying principles of finite strain with standard graphics software

38

369-371

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-earth software reviews

38

330-338

Phillips, J.D.

   

Integration of potential-field and digital geologic data for two North American transects

38

323-329

Bloom, A.L., and Fox, A.N.

   

Landsat thematic mapper (TM) images of the Andes as a classroom tool

38

318-322

Cary, T.

   

Landsat data as a tool for the geosciences

38

284-287

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

A Pascal program for determining slip-vector orientations on fault planes

38

245

Langenberg, D.N.

   

Food for thought

38

169-170

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-earth software reviews

38

149-153

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

38

132-137

Peacock, S.M.

   

Numerical simulation of regional and contact metamorphism using the Macintosh microcomputer

38

56-60

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

37

337-340

Wilkerson, M.S., and Hsui, A.T.-K.

   

Application of sediment backstripping corrections for basin analysis using micro computers

37

314-316

Yurkovich, S.P., Johnson, P.G., and Arden, J.M.

   

Using computer telecommunications to improve earth-science education at middle and secondary schools

37

280-287

Vacher, H.L

   

The three-point problem in the context of elementary vector analysis

37

181-186

Burger, H.R.

   

MacOil - an oil exploration simulation

37

171-180

De Paor, D.G.

   

An interactive program for doing Fry strain analysis on the Macintosh microcomputer

37

161-167

Busbey, A.B. Ill

   

Linear discriminant analysis on a spreadsheet

37

121-127

Diemer, J.A., Frakes, W.B., Gandel, P.B., and Fox, C.J.

   

Teaching mineral-identification skills using an expert system computer program incorporating video images

37

30-33

Knight, K.L., and Whisonant, R.C.

   

Classroom use of field data to interpret depositional environments

37

300

Corgan, J.X.

   

Review of software, PC - Globe +

37

167

Briotta, D.A., Seligman, P.F., Smith, P.A., and Spencer, C.

   

Food for thought

37

66

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down to earth software review: Geological history

37

46

Donahoe, J.L., Green, N.L., and Fang, J.

   

An expert system for identification of minerals in thin section

36

282-286

Meijer, E.L.

   

A versatile GWBASIC program for calculations on mineral equilibria

36

276-281

Rock, N.M.S.

   

A general-purpose FORtrAN-77 program for generating normalized multi-element abundance diagrams in petrology and geochemistry

36

157-159

Holm, P.E.

   

triangular plots and spreadsheet software

36

155-156

Holm, P.E.

   

Petrogenetic modeling with a spreadsheet program

36

106-107

Sewall, A.J., and Guth, P.L.

   

Microcomputer program for simulating clade diagrams

36

79-87

Univ. of Cincinnati Sedimentation Seminar

   

Comparative petrographic maturity of river and beach sand, and origin of quartz arenites

36

61

Burger, H.R.

   

NAGT Special Publication No.1

36

39-43

Wells, N.A.

   

Working with paleocurrents

36

37-38

Ramananantoandro, R.

   

A program for calculating and plotting synthetic common- source seismic-reflection traces for multilayered earth models

36

30-33

Hart, A B., and Newmarch, J.D.

   

A computer program which uses an expert-systems approach to identifying minerals

36

4-8

Varekamp, J.C.

   

Lake-pollution modelling

35

280

Burger, H.R.

   

Personal computer software

35

271-274

Neuman, A.E.

   

Representing topography mathematically

35

266-270

Mayer, L

   

Teaching the use of geological equipment with a computer

35

263-265

Robertson, D.F

   

Computer simulation of incomplete-data interpretation exercise

35

241-242

Neuman, A.

   

Cover photo of computer-created topographic image

35

217-221

Nichols, G.J.

   

Computer-assisted oil game

35

216

Burger, H.R.

   

NAGT Special Publication No.1

35

203-205

Garlick, G.D.

   

Petrographic distinction between basalt and andesite

35

173

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down to earth software review

35

144-149

Matisoff, G.

   

A model for biological mixing of sediments

35

126-129

Barker, G.K.

   

Interfacing the Lehman seismograph with an Apple computer

35

103

Wilson, B.

   

Food tor thought

35

49-51

Burger, H.R.

   

Presidential address: Responsibilities of an educator

34

335-338

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

34

305-311

Ousey, J.R. Jr.

   

Modeling steady-state groundwater flow

34

281-282

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

34

279-280

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-earth software

34

265-267

Boyer, P.S.

   

Geological map patterns for the Macintosh

34

262-264

Sverdrup, K.A.

   

Calculating refraction times: layered models

34

231-236

De Paor, D.G.

   

A graphical approach to structural geology

34

209-210

Brande, S.

   

RAMblings

34

183-185

Smith, S.M.

   

Software for evaluating pumping tests

34

132-133

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-earth software reviews

34

106-107

Laudon, R.C.

   

Using spreadsheet software for gradebooks

34

288

Burger, H.R.

   

Computer software for geological education

34

210

Burger, H.R.

   

Computer software for geological education

34

191 -195

McEachran, D.B.

   

Teaching strain theory with Macintosh computer

34

130

Burger, H.R.

   

Computer software for geological education

34

52

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

34

49

Burger, H.R.

   

Computer software for geological education

33

285-286

Burger, Robert H.

   

RAMblings

33

277-280

Frizado, Joseph

   

A microcomputer-based x-ray diffractogram simulation program

33

255

Burger, H. Robert

   

RAMblings

33

227-236

Watterson, Karen

   

Earth-science software in the public domain

33

200-203

Burger, H. Robert

   

RAMblings

33

171-174

Corbett, Robert G., Manner, Barbara M., and Tompkins, Frank G.

   

Using a FORtrAN program and piper diagrams to facilitate understanding of water chemistry

33

156-160

Young, Charles T.

   

A program for finding seismic reflection times for layered media

33

143-146

Burger, H. Robert

   

RAMblings

33

68

Burger, H. Robert

   

Call for contributions

33

61-62

Burger, Robert H.

   

RAMblings

33

45-52

Searight, Thomas Kay

   

A computer-assisted petroleum exploration and development exercise for undergraduate geology students

33

38-39

Moore, Wayne Widen

   

Key-word bibliography searches by personal computer

33

28-31

Mahrer, K.D.

   

Some thoughts on teaching data anomaly modeling

32

325

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

32

281

Burger, H.R.

   

Call for contributions to NAGT computer software project

32

271

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

32

195

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

32

182

Ousey, J.R. Jr.

   

Using a microcomputer-driven digitizer for laboratory courses and student-research projects

32

171

McKenzie, G.D.

   

Using microcomputers to increase productivity in academia

32

138

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

32

92

Rose, W.I. Jr., Chesner, C.A., Doiron, S.D.

   

Application of color-TV microscopy to self taught optical mineralogy</DIR>

32

60

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

32

20

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geological education, Installment 4

32

17

Blanchard, F.N.

   

A FORtrAN program for computing refractive index using the double variation method

31

393-394

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

31

379-386

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geologic education (2nd ed.) - Installment 3

31

362-368

Amend, J.R., and Armold, A.A.

   

A public education program in water resources management

31

334-335

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

31

315-322

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geological education (2nd ed.), Installment 2

31

246

Anonymous

   

Short course on microcomputers to be offered at Indianapolis

31

233

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

31

229

Wooldridge, D.E.

   

Food for thought

31

219-229

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geological education, Installment 1 - Mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry

31

208-210

Rodriguez, J.

   

A low-cost microcomputer in the geology classroom

31

207

Ashby, W.R.

   

Food for thought

31

206-207

Pearce, T.H.

   

An interactive computer program for simulating the effects of olivine fractionation from basaltic and ultrabasic liquids

31

205

Lewis, T.G.

   

Food for thought

31

157-158

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

31

45

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

31

26-30

Rassam, G.N.

   

The GeoRef online bibliographic database as an educational tool

31

16

Connolly, Paul

   

Food for thought

30

328-330

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

30

281

Stenstrom, R.C.

   

training program in hydrology

30

281

Watt, W.J.

   

Computer systems in geology

30

279

Richter, D.M.

   

Computer-assisted teaching in geography

30

279-280

Rockhill, T.D.

   

Science and mathematics microcomputer project

30

274-276

Lepp, H.

   

Computer-assigned instruction in geology

30

273

Goodell, P.C.

   

Computer-oriented teaching modules in geochemistry

30

270-271

Burger, H.R.

   

Computer programs in geology

30

268-269

Andrews, H.E.

   

Geology program for computer literacy

29

247-250

Hayes, W.B. and Allard, G.O.

   

A mineral-exploration exercise based on an interactive computer-simulated drilling program

29

233-235

Dutch, S.I.

   

A computer program for crystal drawing

29

87-88

Kroll, R.L.

   

Introducing the use of x-ray diffraction and computers in mineralogy

28

231-232

Blanchard, F.N.

   

A FORtrAN program to aid in mineral identification using optical properties

28

190-192

Blanchard, F.N.

   

A FORtrAN IV Program for use with data from a Debye-Scherrer photograph

28

135-137

Blanchard, F.N.

   

A computer program for calculation of calibration curves for quantitative x-ray diffraction analysis

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