NAGT > Publications > JGE > JGE 1980 - 2000 Subject Index > Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Hydrogeology and Hydrology

Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Hydrogeology and Hydrology

This index uses the very latest list of keywords and numbers.

Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 692-700 Picard, M.D.
    The mighty springs at Thermopolis
48 617-623 Harbor, J.M.
    A capstone course in environmental geosciences
48 582 Hancock, G.S., and Morse, L.
    Measuring stream discharge in the field
48 581 Dowse, M.E.
    Aquifer in a jug
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
48 450-454 Bair, E.S.
    Developing analytical and communication skills in a mock-trial course based on the famous Woburn, Massachusetts case
48 431-435 Durpre, W.R. and Evans, I.
    Attempts at improving quantitative problem-solving skills in large lecture-format introductory geology classes
48 418-422 Kenyon, P.M.
    Building quantitative skills in geoscience courses using homework assignments of increasing difficulty
48 382-385 Wampler, J.M.
    Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: Confusion about the role of infiltration in the hydrologic cycle
48 239-241 Wampler, J.M.
    Misconceptions - A column abour errors in geoscience textbooks - Misconceptions of the development of cones of depression
48 216-221 Nicholl, M.J., and Scott, G.F.
    Teaching Darcy's law through hands-on experimentation
48 203-208 Roberts, S.
    Using a spreadsheet to introduce aqueous-speciation calculations to geochemistry students

47

70-71

Sanders, L.L.

   

Computational geology News and Views-theme session on teaching hydrogeology

47

82-84

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks - Disobeying the law of conservation of mass

47

124-130

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

   

Incorporating hydrogeology in a mapping-based geology field camp

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

182-184

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks - How two rights can make a wrong

47

413-419

Levy,, J., and Mayer, L.

   

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

47

420-427

Gran, S.E., Bierman, P.R., and Nichols, K.K.

   

Teaching winter geohydrology using frozen lakes and snowy mountains

46

433-438

Lee, M.-K.

   

Hands-on laboratory exercises for an undergraduate hydrogeology course

46

427-432

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

   

Explaining the importance of operation definitions to students

46

282-284

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in textbooks - Problematic descriptions of ground-water movement

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

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

132-136

Hudak, P.F.

   

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

46

45-50

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

   

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

45

460-462

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions – A column about errors in geoscience textbooks – Misconceptions of groundwater's capillary fringe

45

447-450

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

   

An applied geophysics laboratory for introductory environmental-geology courses'

45

425-427

Shepherd, R.G., and Ellis, B.N.

   

Leonardo da Vinci's tree and the law of channel widths – combining quantitative geomorphology and art in education

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

369-372

Rose, S.E.

   

A spreadsheet approach to the hydrological cycle

45

326-330

Orndorff, R.L., and Stamm, J.F.

   

A laboratory exercise introducing the concept of effective discharge in fluvial geomorphology

45

301-302

Wittke, J.H.

   

Cover photograph of travertine-terraced springs at Huanglong National Park, Tibet

45

268

Van Beuren, V.

   

Call for activities for environmental geosciences laboratory manual

45

177-179

Wampler, M.J.

   

Misconceptions – A column about errors in geoscience textbooks: 6. Misconceptions of the hydraulic factors of river discharge

45

27-37

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

   

Geomorphologic flood-hazard assessment of alluvial fans and piedmonts

45

1-2

Thompson, L., and Dickfoss, P.

   

Cover photograph of laminated glacial ice in the Pamir Firn Plateau, Tadzhikistan

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

506-517

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

   

An educational and research well field

44

462-464

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks - 3. Mythical effects of molecular attraction on groundwater movement

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

45-52

Clapp, E.M., Bierman, P.R., Church, A.B., Larsen, P.L., Schuck, R.A., and Hanzas, J.P.Jr.

   

Teaching geohydrology through analysis of ground-water resources and glacial geology in northwestern Vermont

44

36-37

Frodeman, R., and Turner, C

   

Geology in a post-industrial society

43

556,558

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

   

Geoflicks reviewed

43

292-293

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Letter from Washington - Geology and policy decisions for river ecosystems

43

277

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-Earth software reviews

42

211,305

Shea, J.H.

   

Some thoughts on bottled water

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

468-470

Fletcher, F.W.

   

A hydrogeologic field laboratory for undergraduate instruction and research

42

362-368

Rojstaczer, S.

   

The shortcomings of groundwater modeling

42

337-344

Sanders, L.L.

   

A problem-based graduate-level course in practical hydrology

42

273-276

Picard, M.D.

   

A time of floods

42

220-224

Werner, A., and Roof, S.R.

   

Using Darcy flow tubes to teach concepts of ground-water geology

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

149-151

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

   

A Department of Energy university summer associate program

41

508-510

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers: watershed wisdom

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

118-125

Sutherland, R.A.

   

Rainfall simulation as a tool for teaching process dynamics

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

147-150

Picard, M.D.

   

Killer lakes

39

196-198

Beiersdorfer, R.E., and Haynes, J.

   

An integrated approach to geologic writing for non-science majors based on study of a California river

39

174-175

Millette, P.M.

   

Real-world writing in as secondary-school earth-science class

39

35-43

Custer, S.G.

   

Snow as a field-teaching medium for earth science

38

380-392

Roedder, E.

   

Formation, handling, storage, and disposal of nuclear wastes

38

318-322

Cary, T.

   

Landsat data as a tool for the geosciences

38

204-207

Corbett, R.G., Manner, B.M., and Quick, T.J.

   

Reaching the best high-school sophomores and juniors with a three-week research-based summer program in geochemistry

38

191-192

Williams, J.W.

   

Self preservation forces program reconsideration in geology departments

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

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

305-306

Wu, K.T.

   

Cover photo of pinnacle Karst in China

37

280-287

Vacher, H.L.

   

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

37

20-23

Tinker, J.R. Jr.

   

Undergraduate education in hydrogeology

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

35

193-196

Meyer, W.B.

   

Vernacular American theories of earth science

35

16-21

Pederson, D.T.

   

Education and employment in hydrogeology

34

305-311

Ousey, J.R. Jr.

   

Modeling steady-state groundwater flow

34

283-285

Picard, M.D.

   

Praying and fasting over Great Salt Lake

34

183-185

Smith, S.M.

   

Software for evaluating pumping tests

34

25-27

Tinker, J.R. Jr.

   

Technical writing in hydrogeology

33

285-286

Burger, Robert H.

   

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

32

261

Gillham, R.W. and O'Hannesin, S.F.

   

Apparatus for demonstrating confined and unconfined aquifer characteristics examples of chemical

32

254

Prestegaard, K.L.

   

Progress in understanding fluvial processes

32

247

Palmer, A.N.

   

Recent trends in karst geomorphology

32

86

Wilson, J.R.,

   

Speleothems as equilibrium processes

32

20

Burger, H.R.

   

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

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

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

31

169-170

Smith, N.D.

   

Aerial photo of channel of William River, Saskatchewan, Canada

31

31-34

Chapman, J.J., and Wilcox, J.T.

   

The western river - an offscale teaching and experimental tool

30

294-299

Mirsky, A.

   

Influence of geologic factors on ancient Mesopotamian civilization

30

281

Stenstrom, R.C.

   

training program in hydrology

30

272

Frank, G.W.

   

Videotapes for environmental geology

30

272-273

Goldberg, F.

   

Guided design projects for physical science course

30

271

Carl, J.D.

   

Atomic absorption spectrophotometer

30

168-171

Hodler, T.W.

   

A mapping strategy for hydro-geothermal evaluation

30

153-155

Tinker, J.R. Jr.

   

An exercise in evaluating the contamination potential of surface impoundments

30

108-111

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

   

A column dispersion experiment

30

80-85

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

   

The geological observations of General George A. Custer

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

See more JGE 1980 - 2000 Subject Index »