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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Miscellaneous and Mathematical Geology

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 682-691Vacher, H.L.
    Computational geology 13 - Geological-mathematical activities for college students in the Journal of Geoscience Education, 1990-1999
48 597-598McManus, D.A.
    Using quasi real-time data from the World -Wide Web
48 597Richardson, R.M.
    Significant figures, data quality, and a sense of time
48 587-588Drummond, C.
    Analyzing fossil morphology
48 522-532Vacher, H.L.
    Computational geology 12 - Cramer's rule and the three-point problem
48 500-507Furbish, D.J., and Parker, W.C.
    Corks, buoyancy, and wave-particle orbits
48 499Fischman, S.
    Cartoon on innumeracy
48 487-499Drummond, C., and Coates, J.
    Exploring the statistics of sedimentary bed thicknesses - two case studies
48 482-486Macdonald, R.H., and Bailey, C.M.
    Integrating the teaching of quantitative skills across the geology curriculum in a department
48 478-481Vacher, H.L.
    A course in geological-mathematical problem solving
48 474-478Lutz, T.M., and Srogi, L.A.
    The role of a shadow course in improving the mathematics skills of geoscience majors
48 469-473Roberts, S.M.
    Reinforcing quantitative skills with applied research on tombstone-weathering rates
48 464-468Furman, T., and Merritt, E.
    A data-intensive approach to stodying climate and climate change in Africa
48 459-463Keller, C.K., Allen-King, R.M., and O'Brien, R.
    A framework for integrating quantative geologic problem solving into courses across the undergraduate geology curriculum
48 455-458Hall-Wallace, M.K.
    Using linear regression to determine plate motions
48 450-454Bair, E.S.
    Developing analytical and communication skills in a mock-trial course based on the famous Woburn, Massachusetts case
48 447-449Stracher, G.B., and Shea, J.H.
    Enhancing quantitative skills of physical-geology students with a geologic compass
48 443-446Herrstrom, E.A.
    Enhancing the spatial skills of non-geoscience majors using the global positioning system
48 440-442Nelson, R.S., and Corbett, R.G.
    Rock-density exercises for introductory-level courses
48 436-439Carlson, G.R.
    Density as an integrating topic to promote quantitative reasoning in non-science majors
48 431-435Durpre, W.R. and Evans, I.
    Attempts at improving quantitative problem-solving skills in large lecture-format introductory geology classes
48 427-430Shosa, J.D., Woodrow, D., and Orrell, S.
    Self-contained problem sets as a means of incorporating quantitative-skill development in existing introductory geoscience courses
48 423-427Guertin, L.A.
    Using logic problems in introductory-level geoscience courses to develop critical reasoning and basic quantitative skills
48 418-422Kenyon, P.M.
    Building quantitative skills in geoscience courses using homework assignments of increasing difficulty
48 413-418Bailey, C.M.
    A quantatative approach to introductory geology courses
48 409-412Macdonald, R.H., Srogi, L.A., and Stracher, G.B.
    Building the quantitative skills of students in geoscience courses
48 373-381H.L. Vacher
    Computational geology 11 - Uniformitarianism and the inverse problem
48 342-343 Renshaw, C.E., Johnson, G.D., and Kvale, K.F.
    A laboratory exercise on determining dinosaur speeds using dimensional analysis
48 313-316Crannell, A., and Frantz, M.
    A course in mathematics and art
48 238Hull, J., and Langkamp, G.
    CG news and views - Quantitative environmental learning project (QELP)
48 229-238Vacher, H.L.
    Computational geology 10 - The algebra of deduction
48 203-208Roberts, S.
    Using a spreadsheet to introduce aqueous-speciation calculations to geochemistry students
48 126Cromer, A.
    Food for thought
48 109Warren, H.N. and Girty, G.
    A Matlab 5 program for calculating the statistics of mass change
48 76Macdonald, R.H., Srogi, L. and Stracher
    Building the quantitative skills of students
48 70-76Vacher, H.L.
    Computational geology 9 - The exponential function

47

65-70

Vacher, H.L.

   

Computational geology 4 - Mapping with vectors

47

70-71

Sanders, L.L.

   

Computational geology News and Views-theme session on teaching hydrogeology

47

71-72

Andersen, J., and Hansen, E.

   

Computational geology News and Views = Connecting science and mathematics general-education courses

47

166-175

Vacher, H.L.

   

Computational geology 5 - If geology, then calculus

47

176

Middleton, G.V.

   

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

47

176

Sykes, C.J.

   

Food for thought

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

255-260

Mattox, S.R.

   

An exercise in forecasting the next Mauna Loa eruption

47

280-288

Vacher, H.L.

   

Computational geology 6 - Solving problems

47

288-289

Macdonald, H.M.

   

Conferences on building quantatative skills of geoscience students

47

288-289

Macdonald, H.M.

   

Computational geology – News and views – Conferences on building quantatative skills of geoscience students

47

289

Lutz, T.M.

   

Computational geology - News and views - Shadow courses discusses at PKAL workshop

47

310

Shea, J.H.

   

Global warming (Editorial)

47

313-320

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

   

A Matlab 5 program for calculating the statistics of mass change

47

375

Davies, P.

   

Food for thought

47

376-383

Vacher, H.L.

   

Computational geology - The algebra of unit conversions

47

413-419

Levy,, J., and Mayer, L.

   

Systems modeling of nonequilibrium chemical reactions using STELLA

47

420-427

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

   

Teaching winter geohydrology using frozen lakes and snowy mountains

47

473-482

Vacher, H.L.

   

Computational geology 8 - The power function

47

482

Wolpert, L.

   

Food for thought

46

506

Shamos, M.H.

   

Food for thought

46

500-506

Vacher, H.L.

   

Computational geology 3 - Progressing geometrically

46

479-483

Dutch, S.I.

   

Unit-cell models of isometric crystals

46

476-478

Wells, N.A.

   

A simple exercise about awareness and analysis of error

46

467-470

Millar, C.E., and Mitalas, R.

   

Model of the Earth with a constand-density core and a constant-gravity mantle

46

439-449

Hall-Wallace, M.K.

   

Can earthquakes be predicted?

46

427-432

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

   

Explaining the importance of operation definitions to students

46

388

Stracher, G.B.

   

News and views: Symposia on enhancing geology students' quantitative skills

46

388

Shamos, M.H.

   

Food for thought

46

383-388

Vacher, H.L.

   

Computational geology 2 - Speaking logarithmically

46

295

Lindley, David

   

Food for thought

46

292-295

Vacher, Len

   

Computation geology 1 - Significant figures!

46

7-23

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

   

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

45

428-439

Berger, W.H.

   

Experimenting with ice-age cycles in a spreadsheet

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

317-321

Garlick, G.D.

   

Reflections on x-ray diffraction

45

268

Van Beuren, V.

   

Call for activities for environmental geosciences laboratory manual

45

173-176

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

Exploring geology on the world-wide web – Hydrology and hydrogeology

45

22-26

Turflinger, J., and Drummond, C.

   

Analysis of bubble sizes in vesicular basalt

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

43

551

Michel, F.C.

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