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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Field trips, Field Study, Summer Field Courses

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 33-38 trexler, J.H., Jr.
    Locating data on topographic maps - A field exercise in comparison of navigation methods
48 708-709 Astwood, P.M.
    2000 Summer Field Course Scholarship Program
48 604 Pestrong, R.
    Your personal park
48 598 Boundy, T.M.
    A student-created field-trip web site
48 589 Rowland, S.M.
    Meeting of minds at the outcrop - A dialogue-writing assignment
48 573 Hoskin, W.O.
    Urban outcrops and the lunchtime petrology field trip
48 543-544 Young, G.
    Student attitudes (Letter)
48 514-521 trop, J.M., Krockover, G.H., and Ridgway, K.D.
    Integration of field observations with laboratory modeling for understanding hydrologic processes in an undergraduate earth-science course
48 508-513 Rimal, N.N., and Stieglitz, R.D.
    Using available resources to enhance the teaching of hydrogeology
48 447-449 Stracher, G.B., and Shea, J.H.
    Enhancing quantitative skills of physical-geology students with a geologic compass
48 333-336 Pestrong, R.
    Geology - the sensitive science
48 160-166 Stull, R.J.
    NAGT field trip to South Africa
48 150-160 Edgett, K.S.
    K-12 educator involvement in the Mars Pathfinder field trips in the channeled scabland of Washington and Idaho
48 137-144 Barrows, L., and Nelson, R.S.
    Magnetic delineation of buried wastes at a church in Normal, Illinois
48 108-109 Paull, R.K. and Paull, R.A.
    1999 NAGT/USGS Cooperative Summer Field training Program
48 94 Ansley, J.
    The Teacher-Friendly Guide to the Geology of the Northeastern U.S
48 29 Fischman, S.
    Cartoon on field trips
48 24-29 Dillon, D.L., Hicock, S.R., Secco, R.A., and Tsujita, C.J.
    A geologic rock garden as an artificial mapping area for teaching and outreach
47 8-11 Malone, D.H.
    A faculty survey on field trips in undergraduate structural-geology courses

47

23-30

Francis, R.D., Sigurdson, D.R., Legg, M.R., Grannell, R.B., and Ambos, E.L.

   

Student participation in an offshor seismic-reflection study of the Palos Verdes fault, California continental borderland

47

124-130

McKay, L.D., and Kammer, T.W.

   

Incorporating hydrogeology in a mapping-based geology field camp

47

135-142

Soreghan, G.S., and Soreghan, M.J.

   

A multi-week basin-analysis lab for sedimentary geology

47

150-157

Carlson, C.A.

   

Field research as a pedagogical tool for learning hydrogeochemistry and scientific-writing skills

47

158-165

Dunnivant, F.M., Newman, M.E., Brzenk, R., Moore, A., Alfano, M.J.

   

A comprehensive stream study designed for an undergraduate non-majors course in earth science

47

227-235

Anderson, K.S., Hickson, T.A., Crider, J.G., and Graham, S.A.

   

Integrating teaching with field research in the Wagon Rock Project

47

241-248

Twidale, C.R.

   

A plea for the best of the past - Suggestions for teaching about landforms

47

321-324

Speece, M.A.

   

Using new laboratory equipment for geoscience technical outreach

47

383

NAGT-Advertisement for geology of Tibet and the Himalayan orogen slide set

47

503-504

Astwood, P.M.

   

1999 Summer field-course scholarship program

46

522-523

Astwood, P.M.

   

1998 Summer Field Course Scholarship Program

46

460-464

Mayfield, J.D., and Schiffman, P.

   

Measuring the density of porous volcanic rocks in the field using a plastic-wrap coating.

46

427-432

Gillespie, B.M., and Giardino, J.R.

   

Explaining the importance of operation definitions to students

46

198

Stout, Dottie

   

Ad for NAGT-sponsored field trip in South Africa

46

194

Christman, R.A.

   

Request for volunteer fund-raising coordinator for NAGT Field Camp Scholarship Program

46

128-131

Brown, V.M.

   

Computers at geology field camp

46

84-85

Paull, R.K., and Paull, R.A.

   

1997 NAGT-USGS Cooperative Summer Field-training Program

46

45-50

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

   

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

46

30-40

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

   

Integrating computers into the field-geology curriculum

46

2

Shea, J.H.

   

A transcendent moment in geology (Editorial)

45

456-459

Hall-Beyer, M.C.

   

Field geology for the national park visitor -- luring a general audience into research

45

440-446

Stockman, S.A., Sauber, J.M., and Linscheid, E.K.

   

A high school and NASA join forces to investigate the Alaska/Aleutian subduction zone near Kodiak Island

45

363-368

Wittke, J.H.

   

A journey to Tibet and continental collision

45

331-336

Hayward, R.K., Shebesta, D.Y., and Lowell, T.V.

   

Computerized imagae analysis of outcrops

45

322-325

Foos, A.M.

   

Integration of a class research project into a traditional geochemistry lab course

45

252-254

Picard, M.D.

   

A week in April

45

234-237

Drake, J.C., Worley, I.A., and Mehrtens, C.J.

   

An introductory-level field-based course in geology and botany

45

229-234

Ettensohn, F.R.

   

An experiment in collaborative mapping at geology field camp

45

221-224

Dickinson, W.W., and Hill, N.L.

   

An introductory field exercise on topographic mapping

45

133-136

Howe, R.C.

   

Geologic contacts

45

113-116

Dubiel, R.F., Hasiotis, S.T., and Semken, S.C.

   

Hands-on geology for Navajo Nation teachers

45

71-72

Paull, R.K., and Paull, R.A.

   

1996 NAGT-USGS Cooperative Summer Field-training Program

45

71-72

Paull, R.K., and Paull, R.A.

   

1996 NAGT-USGS Cooperative Summer Field-training Program

45

69-70

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

1996 NAGT summer field-course program report

45

69-70

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

1996 NAGT summer field-course program report

45

49-51

Ethington, R., and Freeman, T.

   

Tom Freeman -- 1996 Neil Miner awardee

45

38-45

Philpotts, A.R., Gray, N.H., and Reid, J.B.

   

The electronic total station -- a versatile, revolutionary new geological mapping tool

45

27-37

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

   

Geomorphologic flood-hazard assessment of alluvial fans and piedmonts

45

4-9

Cooke, M.L., Anderson, K.S., and Forrest, S.E.

   

Creating accessible introductory-geology field trips

44

569-575

Johnson, M.E., and Simian, M.E.

   

Discrimination between coastal ramps and marine terraces at Punta Chivato on the Pliocene-Pleistocene Gulf of California

44

539-548

Mies, J.W.

   

Automated digital compilation of structural symbols

44

518-522

Ewing, R.C., and Crossey, L.J.

   

In Darwins footsteps

44

506-517

Rahn, P.H., and Davis, A.D.

   

An educational and research well field

44

175-178

Tabidian, M.A.

   

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

44

72-73

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

1996 NAGT Summer Field-Course Scholarship Program

44

70-72

Suttner, L.J., and Hendrix, T.E.

   

T.E. Hendrix - 1994 Neil Miner awardee

44

594

NAGT 1997 Summer Field-Course Scholarship Application

44

206

Stout, D.L.

   

Announcement of 1996 NAGT field trip to Tibet

44

93

Schroeder, M.C.

   

Summer workshop - Field study (announcement)

44

90

Paull, R.K., and Paull, R.A.

   

1995 NAGT-USGS Cooperative Summer Field-training Program

43

560-562

Richard, B.

   

1995 NAGT Summer Field course Program report

43

557-558

Allen, J.E.

   

Geomorphology, the field man's best friend

43

480-484

Smith, G.L.

   

Using field and laboratory exercises on local water bodies to teach fundamental concepts in an introductory oceanography course

43

477-479

Badger, R.L.

   

Course intergration through student research projects in geology

43

381-384

Munn, B.J., tracy, R.J., and Jenks, P.J.

   

A collaborative approach to petrology field trips

43

371-375

Pinet, P.R.

   

Rediscovering geologic principles by collaborative learning

43

334-340

Wiswall, C.G., and Srogi, L.

   

Using writing in small groups to enhance learning

43

301-302

Tewksbury, B.J.

   

Cover photograph of folded rocks in Vermont

43

187

Reynolds, J. and Stout, D.

   

1995 NAGT summer field trip - deformation, dinosaurs, dinosaurs and Darwin

43

128-131

Manner, B.M

   

Field studies benefit students and teachers

43

84-85

Paull, R.K. and Paull, R.A.

   

1994 NAGT-USGS Cooperative Summer Field training Program

43

47-51

Chew, R.T.III

   

Glass-bottom boat on the Devonian sea -- A teaching perspective

42

525-527

Richard, B.

   

1994 NAGT Summer Field course Program report

42

468-470

Fletcher, F.W.

   

A hydrogeologic field laboratory for undergraduate instruction and research

42

448-452

April, R.H.

   

An NSF-funded curriculum iniative designed to attract minority students to geology

42

332-336

Hollocher, K.T.

   

North-central Colorado as a model field area for integrated lab exercises in map interpretation

42

309-310

Greggs, J.

   

Cover photograph of Burgess Shale type locality

42

293

Tormey, B.B.

   

1994 NAGT field excursion to Iceland

42

258-260

Hanley, T.B.

   

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

42

239-244

Romey, W.D.

   

Teaching geology through a porthole -- opportunities on a world cruise

42

186

Tormey, B.B.

   

1994 NAGT field excursion to Iceland

42

125-128

Kirchner, J.G.

   

Results of an alumni survey on professional and personal growth at field camp

42

88

Tormey, B.

   

1994 NAGT field excursion to Iceland

42

86-87

Paull, R.K. and Paull, R.A.

   

1993 NAGT-USGS Summer Field training Program

41

514

Anonymous

   

NAGT Summer Field Course scholarship endowment

41

503-505

Richard, B.

   

1993 NAGT Summer Field-Course Program report

41

445-446

Manner, B.M., and Corbett, R.G.

   

Grand Canyon experience inspires teachers of various disciplines

41

433-437

James, P.R., and Clark, I.F.

   

Grid sketching to aid teaching geological mapping in an area of complex polydeformation

41

412-419

Weekes, A.F., and Carpenter, J.R.

   

A comparison of two approaches to a course on the geology of South Carolina for teachers

41

352-357

Lindholm, R.C.

   

Soil maps as an aid to making geologic maps, with an example from the Culpepper Basin, Virginia

41

352-357

Lindholm, R.C.

   

Soil maps as an aid to making geologic maps, with an example from the Culpepper Basin, Virginia

41

345-351

Carlson, G.R., and Simons, J.C.

   

Analysis of project catalyst: A comprehensive multi-year earth-science teacher-education program

41

328-331

Pauline, R.F.

   

Teaching geologic mapping to high-school seniors

41

324-328

Norris, R.M.

   

Field-trip crises large and small

41

279-282

Hendrix, T.E., and Potter, N.Jr.

   

NAGT Summer Field course Scholarship Program - two decades of industry support for geological education

41

275-276

Allen, J.E.

   

Reflections of a field geologist on the ecology of science

41

267-274

Fleisher, P.J., Franz, J.M., and Gardner, J.A.

   

Bathymetry and sedimentary environments in proglacial lakes at the eastern Bering Piedmont glacier of Alaska

41

244-246

Gallagher, W.B.

   

Teaching a graduate course to in-service teachers on ice age mammals, global change, and mass extinction

41

231-243

Talent, J.A., and Mawson, R.

   

Teaching reef environments and paleoecology on contemporary and Quaternary reefs

41

180-182

Allen, J.E.

   

Capsulization

41

129-132

Neuhauser, K.R.

   

An applied magnetometer survey in geologic field methods class

41

59-63

Stull, R.J.

   

NAGT field trip to Indonesia

41

57-58

Hendrix, T.E.

   

1992 NAGT-USGS Cooperative Summer Field training Program

41

23-28

Kenah, C., and Craig, J.R.

   

The importance of observations in geology with reference to gold-nugget formation

40

414-416

Richard, B.

   

1992 NAGT Summer Field Course Program report

40

373-378

Feldman, H.W.

   

Geology and paleontology taught by a conference system

40

302-305

Karabinos, P., Stoll, H.M., and Fox, W.T.

   

Attracting students to science through field exercises in introductory- geology courses

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

226-227

Cummins, R.H.

   

Struck by lightning in the Bahamas

40

194-203

Sander, P.M., and Gee, C.T.

   

A volunteer-powered dinosaur excavation in the upper triassic of Switzerland

40

188-193

Kemp, K.M.

   

Walking tours of building stones for introductory geology

   

courses

40

151-154

Bork, K.B.

   

Bringing Great Britain's classic geological sites into the classroom

40

119-124

Garver, J.I.

   

A field-based course in stratigraphy and sedimentology

40

87

Christman, R.A.

   

Great Britain's classic geologic sites slide set

40

84-85

Hendrix, T.E.

   

NAGT - USGS Cooperative Summer Field training Program

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

39

419-421

Richard, B.

   

1991 NAGT summer Field-Course Program

39

333-335

Moody, J.B., and Mosher, S.

   

Association for Women Geoscientists Foundation Outstanding Educator Award

39

312

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on fault interpretation

39

272-278

Hannibal, J.T.

   

Interpreting urban geology

39

217-220

Fryer, K.H.

   

Regional geological context for a course in petrography

39

204-205

Stanesco, J.D.

   

The personal journal as a learning and evaluation tool in geology field-trip courses

39

190-195

Niemitz, J.W., and Potter, N. Jr.

   

The scientific method and writing in introductory landscape-development laboratories

39

170

Advertisement for NAGT's field trip to Great Britain's classic geologic field sites

39

145

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon about transgressive stratigraphic sequence

39

69

Haney, D.C.

   

Food for thought

39

35-43

Custer, S.G.

   

Snow as a field-teaching medium for earth science

39

28-30

Hazen, R.M., and trefil, J.S.

   

Achieving geological literacy

39

2, 74

Stout, D.L.

   

Field trip: Great Britain's classic geologic sites

39

1-2

Stout, D.L.

   

Cover photo of angular unconformity at Siccar Point, Scotland

38

482-484

Richard, B.

   

1990 Summer Field-Course Scholarship Program

38

480-481

Allen, J.E.

   

Crater Lake and chromite

38

456-457

Markovics, G.

   

The involvement component in teaching earth science

38

428-433

Purdom, W.B., Welton, R.E., and Wilson, R.D.

   

Study of local radon occurrence as an interdisciplinary undergraduate research project

38

373

Miller, J.F.

   

Central Section meets in the Ozarks

38

348-355

Picard, M.D.

   

Through the Dolomites and Apennines

38

311-314

Carlson, G.R.

   

A comprehensive earth-science teacher-education program

38

294-297

Hansen, V.L.

   

Collection and preparation of thin sections of oriented samples

38

280-283

Tunley, A.T.

   

The Alaska Minerals Program is an Alliance that Works

38

272-273

Norris, R.M.

   

Success of the Far Western Section

38

253-254

Picard, M.D.

   

Barchans on the move

38

246-248

Spencer, E.W.

   

Introductory geology with a field emphasis

38

213-215

Birnbaum, S.J., Morris, A.P., and McDavid, D.A.

   

Improving earth-science education through teacher-enhancement programs

38

177-178

Hilton, R., and Fox, D.

   

Cover photo of mud volcanoes produced by Loma Prieta earthquake

38

107-112

Lehman, J.D.

   

Tide spring revisited

38

88-93

McQueen, K.G., Taylor, G., Brown, M.C., and Mayer, W.

   

Integration of teaching and research in a regional geological mapping project

38

71

Hendrix, T.E.

   

NAGT-USGS cooperative summer field training program

38

50-52

Allen, J.E.

   

Mapping the geology of the Columbia River gorge and Mount Hood in 1931

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

211-213

Picard, M.D.

   

On the beach at Elba

37

131-132

Picard, M.D.

   

On the rocks with John McPhee

37

30-33

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

   

Classroom use of field data to interpret depositional environments

37

379

NAGT Far Western Section, field trip guidebooks

37

365-367

Potter, N., Jr.

   

1989 NAGT Summer field-course scholarship program

37

359-364

Stout, D.L.

   

Alfred Oswald Woodford, a centennial celebration

37

321-326

Schneider, A.F.

   

Geologic education in some Wisconsin state parks

37

226

Orzech, M.

   

USGS Volunteer for Science Program

37

116

Cox, D.C.

   

Announcement of Mt. St. Helens workshop

37

107-109

Locke, W.W.

   

A nontraditional geology field trip

37

101

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on mass wasting

37

13-17

Orion, N.

   

Development of a high-school geology course based on field trips

36

310-312

Potter, N., Jr.

   

1988 NAGT Summer field-course scholarship program

36

306-309

Leveson, D.J.

   

The geologist's vision

36

273-274

Schmidt, M.F., Jr.

   

Cover photo of faults in Entrada sandstone (UT)

36

257-261

Picard, M.D.

   

Demoiselles and drafts from Italy and France

36

245-251

Paull, R.K.

   

Anderson Canyon - A classic area in south-central Idaho for teaching Alpine glacial geology

36

177-181

Schwartz, M.J.

   

An 8000-mile, 38-day field trip for high-school students

36

159-160

Sims, W.A.

   

An attitude marker for on-campus mapping

36

57-59

Potter, N., Jr.

   

1987 NAGT summer field-course scholarship program

36

39-43

Wells, N.A

   

Working with paleocurrents

35

177-178

Dyreng, I.

   

Tentative list of field excursions for Salt Lake City meeting

35

158-160

Picard, M.D.

   

Walking the Four Corners

35

152-154

travis, R.B.

   

Apparent-dip methods

35

108-110

Picard, M.D.

   

Three Italian pieces

35

89-92

Stephens, G.C.

   

Field-based introductory geology course in Rocky Mtns.

35

52-54

Potter, N. Jr.

   

1968 NAGT summer field-course scholarship program

35

47-48

Paull, R.A.

   

Presentation of the Neil Miner Award to L.R. Laudon

34

339-343

Giardino, J.R.

   

Field trips in air-photo & rem.-sens. classes

34

316-319

Norris, R.M.

   

A proper field car

34

312-314

Tormey, B.B.

   

Amer.-Canad. effort in geoscience education

34

300-304

Hendrix, T.E.

   

NAGT-USGS Cooperative Summer Field Program

34

180-183

Kern, E.L.

   

Effect of field activities on student learning

34

96

Moores, E.M.

   

Food for thought

33

291-293

Potter, Noel Jr.

   

1985 NAGT field-course scholarship program

33

280

Pettijohn, Francis J.

   

Food for thought

33

237-245

Fleisher, P. Jay

   

A procedure for projecting and correlating ice-margin positions

33

206

Lindenburg, George J.

   

Field-oriented short course

33

167-170

Stuckless, John Shearing, and Vogt, Daniel Gene

   

Medical emergencies at summer field camp

33

132-133

Siegel, Frederic R.

   

In-situ recovery of suspended sediments from streams

33

126-127

Wiley, David, and Humphreys, Donald W.

   

The geology field trip in ninth-grade earth science

33

111

Low, Denise

   

Food for thought

33

69

Lord, Robert

   

Eastern Section

33

55-56

Picard, M. Dane

   

Missed connections

33

53-54

Mandra, York and Norris, Robert M.

   

1984 Neil Miner AwardYork T. Mandra

33

32-37

Shifflett, Howard R.

   

Integrating field work and laboratory exercises for a secondary-level honors course

32

332

Picard, M.D.

   

Field notes

32

328

Kauffman, M.E.

   

1984 NAGT Summer Field-Course Scholarship Program

32

299

Kern, E.L., and Carpenter, J.R.,

   

Enhancement of student values, interests, and attitudes in earth-science laboratory through a field-oriented approach

32

153

Whittecar, G.R.

   

Terrain models in field geology courses

32

123

Picard, M.D.

   

Fans, tribidites and an Italian quarry

32

100

Hugh, K., Mills, R.A.

   

Mosquitia trip - February 1960

32

50

Picard, M.D.

   

Irish dance

31

371-374

Gryta, J.J.

   

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

31

329-331

Kauffman, M.E.

   

1983 NAGT Summer Field-Course Scholarship Program

31

324-328

Picard, M.D.

   

Weekend trip

31

230-232

Picard, M.D.

   

Mysterious maverick range

31

190-192

Cordua, W.S.
   

Field projects with rivers for introductory physical-geology laboratories

31

184-189

Norris, R.M.

   

Field geology and the written word

31

36-37

Muller, S.W.

   

Some field hints from an old top hand

31

9-12

Romey, W.D.

   

Winter ice and snow as models of igneous rock formation

30

315-321

Picard, M.D.

   

Northern Karoo

30

302-303

Larkin, R.P.

   

Geological education and the senior citizen

30

281

Watt, W.J.

   

Computer systems in geology

30

162-166

Picard, M.D.

   

trip to tremp and Graus

30

156-162

Allen, J.E.

   

The volcanic story of the Columbia River Gorge

30

141-143

Pestana, H.R.

   

A semester of geology in Bermuda

30

133-134

Allen, J.E.

   

Cover Photo

30

80-85

Melhorn, W.N., and Kaplan, P.G.

   

The geological observations of General George A. Custer

30

59-61

Picard, M.D.

   

Time in the field

29

255-256

Picard, M.D.

   

R.L. Brown: science teacher

29

222-227

Rieck, R.L., and Winters, H.A.

   

Frank Leverett - Pleistocene scholar and fieldworker

29

169-175

Norris, R.M.

   

Early geologic education in California - Berkeley and Stanford show the way

29

140-142

Picard, M.D.

   

Looking for jade

29

121-127

Bokuniewicz, H.J.

   

Monitoring seasonal beach responses: an educational and public service program

29

116-120

Vick, T.D., Boardman, S. J., and Buchwald, C.E.

   

A field experiment in ground-water hydrology for introductory earth-science students

29

89-91

Picard, M.D.

   

A late report from field camp

29

74-75

Folkomer, T.H.

   

Comparison of three methods of teaching geology in junior high school

29

43-44

Anonymous

   

Far Western

28

186-189

Kaplan, E.H.

   

An annotated list of marine stations suitable for field courses in carbonate geology and tropical marine science

28

148-152

Westerback, M., and Yukawa, M.

   

Using government documents to obtain information on national parks, monuments and forests

28

138-140

Cadwell, D.H.

   

Calculation of rates of gully erosion

28

124-131

Anderson, W.I.

   

The tri-State Geological Field Conference - A force in geologic education for over forty years

28

78-80

Kaplan, E.H.

   

An annotated list of marine stations suitable for field courses in carbonate geology and tropical marine science

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