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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Geochemistry

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 329-332 Morris, M., Morrison, D.L., and Rosenberg, G.D.
    Lithographic limestone as a teaching tool
48 292-294, 352 Henchman, M.
    Case studies of the geochemical investigations of art for science and science-and-art courses
48 276-278, 347 Hill, P.S.
    Teaching geochemistry through the artistic use of glass, ceramics and glazes
48 261-266 Velbel, M.A.
    Classroom index-card simulations of crystal growth
48 209-215 Kirschner, D., Encarnacion, J., and Agosta, F.
    Incorporating stable-isotope geochemistry in undergraduat laboratory courses
48 203-208 Roberts, S.
    Using a spreadsheet to introduce aqueous-speciation calculations to geochemistry students
48 198-202 Darling, R.S.
    Modeling magmatic phase equilibria with synthetic h2O - KCl fluid inclusions
48 92-94 Wampler, J.M.
    Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Misstatements of how cleavage relates to chemical bonding
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

275-276

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks, problematic descriptions of some chemical bonds

47

313-320

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

   

A Matlab 5 program for calculating the statistics of mass change

47

387-390

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks

47

413-419

Levy,, J., and Mayer, L.

   

Systems modeling of nonequilibrium chemical reactions using <EM>STELLA</EM>

46

488-493

Rye, J.A.

   

Understanding the role of chlorofluorocarbons in global atmospheric change

46

261-266

Browne, K.M., and McAloon, K.M.

   

Sampling thin horizontal water layers in tide pools for chemical analysis

45

359-362

Hodder, A.P.W.

   

A geotechnical approach to weathering simulation

45

322-325

Foos, A.M.

   

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

45

243-245

Aydal, D., Kilinc, A.I., and Phillips, M.

   

Using powder X-ray diffraction in the undergraduate curriculum to determine total iron in rocks and minerals

45

157-161

Stern, L.A., and Fogel, M.L.

   

Teaching multidisciplinary environmental science in a wetland setting

44

565-568

Spear, F.S.

   

The relationship between pH and PCO2 as the basis for simple classroom demonstration of chemical equilibrium in the carbonate system

44

535-538

Argast, S.F., and Maloney, D.P.

   

Weathering as a topic in an interdisciplinary science course for general education

44

485-502

Lowman, P.D. Jr.

   

Twelve key 20th-century discoveries in the geosciences

44

321-322

Wampler, J.M., and Hannibal, J.T.

   

Geomythology - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks - 2. Cleopatras needle still is not a good example of weathering in cities

44

179-182

Merino, E.

   

Melt and aqueous series of silicate crystallization displayed by chemical-potential diagrams

44

548

Duve, C. de

   

Food for thought

44

67

Dressler, A.

   

Food for thought

43

517-528

McLean, D.M.

   

K - T transition greenhouse and embryogenesis dysfunction in the dinosaurian extinctions

43

507-510

Biddle, D.L.

   

Ion activity and speciation in environmental geochemistry

43

460

Hazen, R.M.

   

Food for thought

43

236-243

DeLa'O, J.D.

   

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

43

63-64

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . . ?

41

500-502

Picard, M.D.

   

Holly sugar

41

438-441

Ariskin, A.A., and Nielsen, R.L.

   

Application of computer simulation of magmatic processes to the teaching of petrology

41

404-411

Railsback, L.B.

   

A geochemical view of weathering and the origin of sedimentary rocks and natural waters

41

370-372

Picard, M.D.

   

At the landslide

41

369

McKinney, R.G.

   

Comments on the work of Harrell and Penrod

41

364-369

Morris, M.

   

How not to analyze pyramid stone - The invalid conclusions of James A. Harrell and Bret E. Penrod

41

358-363

Harrell, J.A., and Penrod, B.E.

   

The great pyramid debate - evidence from the Lauer sample

41

277-278

Picard, M.D.

   

Community

41

275-276

Allen, J.E.

   

Reflections of a field geologist on the ecology of science

41

274

Morrison, P.

   

Food for thought

41

260-261

triplehorn, D.M., and triplehorn, J.H.

   

Geologists select the great books of geology

41

254-259

Blewett, W.L.

   

Description, analysis, and critique of the method of multiple working hypotheses

41

247-253

Schoonen, M.A.A., and Oswald, E.J.

   

A graphic technique for illustrating thermodynamic constraints on the mass of precipitate from supersaturated solutions

41

172-176

Picard, M.D.

   

Valpola slide, Similaun man

41

164-169

Martin, B.S.

   

Interactive modelling of open magma systems with spreadsheets

41

106-117

Reimold, W.U.

   

A review of the geology of an deformation related to the Vredefort structure, South Africa

41

52-56

Picard, M.D.

   

The fall of Quail Creek dike

41

35-37

Barker, D.S.

   

Crustal abundances of elements and species diversity of minerals

41

23-28

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

   

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

41

12-14

Railsback, L.B.

   

A thermodynamic perspective on the stability of carbonate minerals and its implications for carbonate petrology

40

321-323

Follo, M.F.

   

Using athletic assemblages to illustrate biostratigraphic principles

40

125-129

Geist, D.J.

   

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

40

116-118

Brady, J.B.

   

Does ice dissolve or does halite melt?

39

444

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

39

127-132

Dutch, S.I.

   

Geochemical calculations using spreadsheets

39

44-47

Cawthorn, R.G.

   

Simulation of layered magma chambers

39

31-33

Emiliani, C.

   

Avogadro Number and mole: a royal confusion

37

354

Anderson, D.L.

   

Food for thought

37

341-342

Jacobson, G.L.

   

A stand-up and sit-down approach to teaching Bowen's reaction series

37

316

Booth, W.

   

Food for thought

37

290

Osmond, J.K.

   

Food for thought

37

261-279

Frey, R.W., and Wheatcroft, R.A.

   

Organism-substrate relations and their impact on sedimentary petrology

37

250-260

Folk, R.L.

   

Internal structuring of quartz as revealed by boiling in concentrated hydrofluoric acid

36

286-289

Meijer, E.L.

   

Stability fields of solid solutions in phase diagrams

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

237-243

McLean, D.M.

   

K-T transition into chaos

36

236

Feigl, F.J.

   

Food for thought

36

205-206

Schmidt, M.F., Jr.

   

Cover photo of exfoliating basalt pillows, OR.

36

161-175

Wakefield, J.R.

   

The geology of Gentry's tiny mystery

36

140-142

Cercone, K.R.

   

A classroom simulation of water-rock interaction for upper-level geochemistry courses

36

24-29

Davis, S.N.

   

Natural radionuclides in ground water

36

4-8

Varekamp, J.C.

   

Lake-pollution modelling

35

256-259

Mursky, G.

   

Flow chart for mineral separation from granitic rocks

35

203-204

Garlick, G.D.

   

Petrographic distinction between basalt and andesite

35

181-182

Kresan, P.L.

   

Cover photo of Gulf of California tidal slew

35

144-149

Matisoff, G.

   

A model for biological mixing of sediments

35

61-62

Bending, L.

   

Cover photo of aragonite crystallites from hot spring

34

196-197

Corbett, R.G.

   

Battery-powered field filtration assembly

34

32-36

Manche, E.P.

   

Obsidian hydration dating

34

4-6

Dudley, W.C.

   

Gold from the sea

33

269-270

Halsor, Sid P., and Chesner, Craig A.

   

A color video tape introduction to fluid inclusions for economic geology classes of suspended sediments

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

132-133

Siegel, Frederic R.

   

In-situ recovery from streams

33

112-125

Land, Lynton S.

   

The origin of massive dolomite

33

40-44

Kretz, R.

   

Calculation and illustration of uncertainty in geochemical analyses

33

11

Morris, William

   

Acid etching feldspar - the easy way

33

1-2

Allen, J.E.

   

Cover photo of Oregon thunder egg (lithophysae)

32

288

Hazen, R.M.

   

Mineralogy: a historical review

32

177

Brown, I.F.

   

Three techniques to help students teach themselves concepts in environmental geology

32

138

Burger, H.R.

   

RAMblings

32

86

Wilson, J.R.,

   

Speleothems as examples of chemical equilibrium processes

31

265

Judson, H.F.

   

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

211-218

Bathurst, B.

   

Rediscovering Schreinemakers' theorem

31

193-197

Hodder, A.P.W.

   

A titration technique for demonstrating a magma replenishment model

31

5-8

Rowe, M.W.

   

Characterization of coals and lignites by thermo-magneto-gravimetric analysis

30

273

Goodell, P.C.

   

Computer-oriented teaching modules in geochemistry

30

271

Carl, J.D.

   

Atomic absorption spectrophotometer

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