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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Engineering and Environmental Geology

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 662-666 Mango, H.N.
    A reading and writing approach to teaching environmental geology
48 631-635 Gosselin, D.C., Lowrey, S., and Meyer, S.J
    Process-oriented environmental-change curriculum-development workshops
48 617-623 Harbor, J.M.
    A capstone course in environmental geosciences
48 603 Conway, F.M., and Croxen, F.W.
    Communicating geoscience on the radio
48 602-603 Powell, W.
    Using Web-based bulletin boards to increase class discussion
48 600 Hoch, A.R.
    Using the minutes of meetings to monitor service-learning projects
48 593 Anastasio, D.J., and Latta, D.K.
    Land-use debate
48 592 Peacock, S.M., and Reynolds, S.J.
    Explore the data first
48 591 Davis, R.L.
    Required class attendance at public meetings
48 591-592 Stull, R.J.
    Geological hazard assessment of the home
48 579 Fenster, M.S.
    A jigsaw exercise in classification of coasts
48 578 Niemitz, J.W.
    A role-playing exercise in coastal geology and land use
48 450-454 Bair, E.S.
    Developing analytical and communication skills in a mock-trial course based on the famous Woburn, Massachusetts case
48 238 Hull, J., and Langkamp, G.
    CG news and views - Quantitative environmental learning project (QELP)
48 216-221 Nicholl, M.J., and Scott, G.F.
    Teaching Darcy's law through hands-on experimentation
48 137-144 Barrows, L., and Nelson, R.S.
    Magnetic delineation of buried wastes at a church in Normal, Illinois
48 106 McConnell, D.
    Greendays - An environmental almanac
    A geologic rock garden as an artificial mapping area for teaching and outreach

46

521

McConnell, D.

   

Greendays - An environmental almanac

46

433-438

Lee, M.-K.

   

Hands-on laboratory exercises for an undergraduate hydrogeology course

46

354-363

Lang, H.M.

   

A case study approach to teaching environmental mineralogy

46

303-304

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . . ?

46

296

McConnell, David

   

Greendays - An environmental almanac

46

211

McConnell, David

   

Greendays - An environmental almanac

46

157-163

Panno, S.V., Hackley, K.C., and Nuzzo, V.A.

   

Teaching multidisciplinary environmental science in a wetland setting

46

154-156

Saini-Edukat, Bernhardt

   

A WWW spreadsheet-based exercise on flood-frequency analysis

46

51-54

Weight, W.D.

   

The distribution of angle-of-repose data

46

45-50

Heins, W.A., and Walker, J.R.

   

Using a campus waterway for undergraduate-course exercises and summer-research experiences

45

447-450

Bluth, G.J.S., and Young, C.T.

   

An applied geophysics laboratory for introductory environmental-geology courses'

45

404-411

Rich, C.C., and Onasch, C.M.

   

An introductory-geology laboratory exercise on ground-water-pollution potential using the DRASTIC system

45

373-377

Picard, M.D.

   

Vaiont redux

45

369-372

Rose, S.E.

   

A spreadsheet approach to the hydrological cycle

45

307

Anonymous

   

Food for thought

45

276

Gross, P.R., and Levitt, N.

   

Food for thought

45

238-242

Astwood, P.M., and Slater, T.F.

   

Effectiveness and management of portfolio assessment in high-enrollment courses

45

228

Sagan, C.

   

Food for thought

45

225-228

Hodder, A.P.W.

   

The cost of earthquakes

45

54-59

Picard, M.D.

   

Fossil fuels inventory -- into the cold and dark?

45

27-37

Field, J.J., and Pearthree, P.A.

   

Geomorphologic flood-hazard assessment of alluvial fans and piedmonts

44

596-597

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . . ?

44

584-590

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - The just-right planet

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

327-333

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Charting global climate change

44

315-317

Hudak, P.F.

   

Hydrogeology lessons and exercises for introductory physical-geology students

44

175-178

Tabidian, M.A.

   

Field exercises in hydrogeology on solute and moisture movement in the vadose zone

44

76-79

Picard, M.D.

   

A very great landslide state

44

38-44

Carpenter, J.R.

   

Environmental education for the whole teacher

44

36-37

Frodeman, R., and Turner, C.

   

Geology in a post-industrial society

44

18-22

Caprariis, P.P. de

   

A comparison of writing skills and test-taking skills in an environmental-geology course

44

460

Tierney, J.

   

Food for thought

44

182

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on cave men and fire

43

556, 558

Bykerk-Kauffman, A., and Stensrud, H.L.

   

Geoflicks reviewed

43

461-465

Mogk, D.W., and King, J.L.

   

Service learning in geology classes

43

453-460

Hodge, D., Bursik, M., and Barclay, D.

   

Simulation of physical processes in environmental geology laboratories

43

422-423

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Letter from Washington: Occasions to educate an environmentally responsible citizenry

43

356

Steadman, D.W.

   

Food for thought

43

352-356

Ross, M.E.

   

Exercise for introductory environmental-geology lecture courses

43

292-293

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Letter from Washington - Geology and policy decisions for river ecosystems

43

216-220

Slater, T.F., and Astwood, P.M.

   

Strategies for using and grading undergraduate student-assessment portfolios in an environmental geology course

43

141-146

Dickinson, W.W.

   

A natural-resources lab for environmental geology

42

147-149

Pederson, D.T., Shepherd, T.R., Duncan, D.G., and Carr, J.D.

   

An economical sampling pump for ground-water investigations

42

502-507

Weigand, P.W.

   

The January 17, 1994, Northridge (California) earthquake - a personal experience

42

478-479

Lewis, M.W.

   

Environmental history challenges the myth of a primordial Eden

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

456-461

Tibbs, N.H., and Cwick, G.J.

   

An equipment-intensive field methods course in environmental-geoscience

42

433-438

Florence, F.P.

   

Emphasizing environmental concepts in the undergraduate mineralogy syllabus

42

424-432

Ambos, E.A., Rigsby, C.A., and Larson, D.

   

Integrating geosciences into instruction-based archeological research on the Anasazi in southern Utah

42

377-380

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, tree rings, time and transition

42

361

Edgertonl, R.B.

   

Food for thought

42

358-361

Pilkey, O.H.Jr.

   

Mathematical modeling of beach behavior doesn't work

42

264-271

Wet, P. de

   

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

42

258-260

Hanley, T.B.

   

Participating in an environmental workshop for middle-school teachers at Keystone Science School

42

151-161

McGehee, T.L., Magee, R.W., and Ham, T.H.

   

An environmental perspective of the operable Unit 2 Site at the Rocky Flats Plant, Colorado

42

17-24

Gunter, M.E.

   

Asbestos as a metaphor for teaching risk perception

41

506-507

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

41

370-372

Picard, M.D.

   

At the landslide

41

262-266

Ousey, J.R.Jr.

   

A computer-simulation laboratory exercise on water-quality modelling

41

155-158

Harbor, J.M.

   

Development of a new course in storm-water management and erosion control

41

129-132

Neuhauser, K.R.

   

An applied magnetometer survey in geologic field methods class

41

52-56

Picard, M.D.

   

The fall of Quail Creek dike

41

38-42

Harbor, J.M., and McClintock, K.A.

   

Teaching applied geomorphology with an exercise in urban storm-water management and erosion control

40

410-413

Fox, H.F.Jr., and Carpenter, J.R.

   

Delphi study on barriers to environmental education

40

380

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on air pollution as viewed from space

40

344

Folk, R.L.

   

Folk's response to Morris' discussion

40

344-346

Morris, M.

   

Morris responds to Folk and Campbell

40

321-323

Follo, M.F.

   

Using athletic assemblages to illustrate biostratigraphic principles

40

292

Sherwood, R.F.

   

Food for thought

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

228-232

Gibson, G.G., Gibson, B.O., Ortiz, A., and Teeter, S.A.

   

In-service field-oriented earth science programs for the precollege teacher that make a difference

40

147-150

Picard, M.D.

   

Killer lakes

40

35-46

Morris, M.

   

Geopolymeric pyramids - A rebuttal to R.L. Folk and D.H. Campbell

40

34

Schoch, R.M

   

Comment on the Folk/Campbell article on the pyramids of Egypt

40

25-34

Folk, R.L., and Campbell, D.H.

   

Are the pyramids of Egypt built of poured concrete blocks?

40

12-24

Hannibal, J.T., and Park, L.E.

   

A guide to selected sources of information on stone used for buildings, monuments, and works of art

40

1-2

Hannibal, J.T.

   

Cover photograph of building-stone test wall

39

291-299

Thieler, E.R., and Bush, D.M.

   

Hurricanes Gilbert and Hugo send powerful messages for coastal development

39

279-283

D'Allura, J.A.

   

Interactive education in an introductory environmental-geology course

39

227-229

Snow, R.S.

   

Early writing in the research mode via digital modeling of rivers

39

206-213

Carson, R.J., and Sadd, J.L.

   

Land-use-planning writing assignment for an environmental-geology course

39

33

Nishenko, S.P., and Bollinger, G.A.

   

Food for thought

38

445-451

Carpenter, J.R.

   

Importance of earth science in the precollege curriculum

38

380-392

Roedder, E.

   

Formation, handling, storage, and disposal of nuclear wastes

38

339-342

Bladh, K.L.

   

Teaching hazard-mitigation education in a liberal-arts college

38

168

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . . ?

38

94-100

Gutstadt, A.M.

   

Coastal processes and legal boundaries

38

13-15

Oberdorfer, J.A., Williams, J.W., and Smeiser, M.G.

   

Lottery proceeds in California pay for installation of a ground-water monitoring system

37

308-311

Pilkey, O.H.

   

The engineering of sand

37

280-287

Vacher, H.L

   

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

37

187-189

Whisonant, R.C. and Watts, C.F.

   

Using dip vectors to analyze structural data

37

336

Steward, D.

   

Food for thought

37

316

Booth, W.

   

Food for thought

37

2-23

Tinker, J.R. Jr.

   

Undergraduate education in hydrogeology

37

180

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon of Eskimo plugging leak in Alaska pipeline

37

160

Sagan, C.

   

Food for thought

36

24-29

Davis, S.N.

   

Natural radionuclides in ground water

36

4-8

Varekamp, J.C.

   

Lake-pollution modelling

35

166

McCormick, J.

   

Food for thought

35

144-149

Matisoff, G.

   

A model for biological mixing of sediments

35

16-21

Pederson, D.T.

   

Education and employment in hydrogeology

34

196-197

Corbett, R.G.

   

Battery-powered field filtration assembly

34

107-109

Williams, J.W.

   

Effective demonstration of soil reinforcing

34

14-18

Tunley, A.T.

   

Photogrammetric exercise

33

266-269

Kulatilake, Pinnaduwa H.S.W.

   

Fitting Fisher distributions to discontinuity orientation data

33

15-19

Simpson, B.

   

Simple physical models for demonstrating rock-mass behaviour to engineering geology students

32

177

Brown, I.F.

   

Three techniques to help students teach themselves concepts in environmental geology

32

139

Christman, R.A.

   

Secondary-school earth science, a column for teachers

32

20

Burger, H.R.

   

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

31

393-394

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

31

375-378

Tharp, T.M.

   

A field exercise in fluvial sediment transport

31

371-374

Gryta, J.J.

   

Field measurements of surface elevation changes due to erosion on reclaimed surfaces

31

368

Lamb, H.H.

   

Food for thought

31

362-368

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

   

A public education program in water resources management

31

190-192

Cordua, W.S.

   

Field projects with rivers for introductory physical-geology laboratories

30

294-299

Mirsky, A.

   

Influence of geologic factors on ancient Mesopotamian civilization

30

272

Frank, G.W.

   

Videotapes for environmental geology

30

272-273

Goldberg, F.

   

Guided design projects for physical science course

30

153-155

Tinker, J.R. Jr.

   

An exercise in evaluating the contamination potential of surface impoundments

30

136-141

Carpenter, J.R.

   

Alternative models for large group earth and environmental science courses: large-group adaptation of confluent environment education

30

108-111

Corapcioglu, M.Y., and Koroglu, F.

   

A column dispersion experiment

29

135-139

Carpenter, J. R.

   

Measuring effectiveness of a college-level environmental earth-science course by changes in commitment to environmental issues

29

121-127

Bokuniewicz, H.J.

   

Monitoring seasonal beach responses: an educational and public service program

29

26-30

Stewart, D.C.

   

Competing needs and conflicting solutions for graduate training in environmental geology

28

103-104

Stimpson, B.

   

Inexpensive device for demonstrating rock slope failure and other collapse phenomena

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