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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Paleontology (general)

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 667-672Messina, P.
    Footprints as inquiry-based learning tools
48 658-661Domack, C.W.
    A service-learning component in a paleontology course as a model for community outreach by geology students
48 650Gee, H.
    Food for thought
48 588-589Drummond, C.
    Analyzing fossil morphology - cladism
48 587Wright, E.
    Evolution telephone
48 587-588Drummond, C.
    Analyzing fossil morphology
48 121-126Sarjeant, W.A.S.
    Can the decline of the Latin name be halted?

47

31-38

Soja, C.M.

   

Using an experiment in burial taphonomy to delve into the fossil record

47

390-392

Kusnick, J.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers - Learning from the fossil record

46

452-455

Mankiewicz, C.

   

A laboratory exercise on fossil borings

46

367

Weiner, J.

   

Food for thought

46

233-237

Davis, L.E., Kolb, R.L., and Derewetzky, A.

   

Molding and casting fossils for geology laboratories

46

182-186

Mankiewicz, Carol

   

A laboratory exercise in experimental bioimmuration

46

103

Cavaugh, Terence

   

The alginate option (Letter)

46

74-77

Picard, M.D.

   

Finding a fossil fish

46

61-66

Savarese, Michael

   

Collaborative learning in an upper-division university geobiology course

46

24-27

Bralower, Timothy, Whitney, Donna, Kogan, Irina, and Campbell, David

   

A new interactive class and lab for undergraduate non-geology majors on Earth, climate, and life through time

45

162-165

Picard, M.D.

   

Mountain notes

45

123-128

Spencer, P.K.

   

The method of multiple working hypotheses in undergraduate education with an example of its application and misapplication

44

503-505

Meeks, L.K., Meeks, G.E., and Manger, W.L.

   

PC-based collections management with <EM>GEOLABEL</EM>

44

417-427

Frodeman, R.L.

   

Envisioning the outcrop

44

270-276

Machel, H.G.

   

Roadkill as teaching aids in historical geology and paleontology

44

251-252

Tunnicliffe, V.

   

Paleobiology - An alternative viewpoint

44

528

Fischman, S.

   

Carton on extinction of the dinosaurs

44

320

Taylor, S.R., and McLennan, S.M.

   

Food for thought

44

148

Shea, J.H.

   

Food for thought

43

517-528

McLean, D.M.

   

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

43

445

McKinney, K.

   

Do you use fossils to teach K-12 science?

43

131

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on dinosaurs and marriage

43

19

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on Bering Land Bridge and paleoindian migration

42

345-350

Gibson, M.A.

   

Teaching scientific integrity to geology majors

41

231-243

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

   

Teaching reef environments and paleoecology on contemporary and Quaternary reefs

41

208-218

Rischbieter, M.O., Ryan, J.M., and Carpenter, J.R.

   

Use of microethnographic strategies to analyze some affective aspects of learning-cycle-based minicourses in paleontology for teachers

40

373-378

Feldman, H.W.

   

Geology and paleontology taught by a conference system

40

321-323

Follo, M.F.

   

Using athletic assemblages to illustrate biostratigraphic principles

40

188-193

Kemp, K.M.

   

Walking tours of building stones for introductory geology courses

39

336-337

Picard, M.D.

   

Adding a specialty

39

213-216

Mendelson, C.V.

   

Constructional morphology and exaptation as perspectives for a term project in paleontology

39

122-126

Davies, D.J.

   

Revel in geology! Geological science education for the entire community

38

434-443

Dean, D.R.

   

A bicentenary retrospective on Gideon Algernon Mantell (1790-1852)

38

402-425

Officer, C.B.

   

Extinctions, iridium, and shocked minerals associated with the Cretaceous/Tertiary transition

38

377-378

Dean, D.

   

Cover photo of topographic and structural cross section, and two fossil ammonites from a Gideon Mantell book

38

215

Horner, J.R., and Gorman, J.

   

Food for thought

38

168

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . . ?

38

119-122

Lane, N.G.

   

A census of past and present life

37

376

Eigen, M.

   

Food for thought

37

279

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on extinction

37

261-279

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

   

Organism-substrate relations and their impact on sedimentary petrology

37

202-209

Krinsley, D.H., and Manley, C.R.

   

Backscattered electron microscopy as an advanced technique in petrography

37

197-201

Pinet, P.R.

   

Understanding the language of argument and the methods of science

37

128-129

Unklesbay, A.G.

   

Comet causes extinction

37

110-113

Hageman, S.J.

   

Use of alumenontos to introduce general paleontologic and biostratigraphic principles

37

36-48

McCartney, K., and Loper, D.E.

   

Emergence of a rival paradigm to account for the Cretaceous/Tertiary event

37

29

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on coprolites

36

253-256

Davis, L.E., and Eves, R.L.

   

Identification of common fossil organisms for introductory geology

36

237-243

McLean, D.M.

   

K-T transition into chaos

36

221-226

Tiffney, B.H.

   

Conceptual advances in paleobotany

36

215-220

Padian, K.

   

New discoveries about dinosaurs: separating the facts from the news

36

208-214

Cloud, P.

   

A new earth history for undergraduates

36

193

Goldsmith, D.

   

Food for thought

36

181

Dawkins, R.

   

Food for thought

36

143-146

Smith, G.S.

   

Gaps in the rock and fossil records and implications for the rate and mode of evolution

36

137-138

Johnson, M.E.

   

Cover photo of conglomerate formed on a rocky shoreline of Ordovician age (see also p. 147-154)

36

106-107

Sewall, A.J., and Guth, P.L.

   

Microcomputer program for simulating clade diagrams

36

36

Shipman, P.

   

Food for thought

36

23

Picard, M.D.

   

Hitchhiker (a poem)

35

246-255

Talent, J.A.

   

Teaching paleontology with an acid-leaching facility

35

222-225

Shea, J.H.

   

Exercise in paleobiogeographic similarity

35

197-202

Allmon, W.D.

   

Mass extinctions past and present

35

160

Gould, S.J.

   

Food for thought

35

135

Cartmill, M.

   

Food for thought

35

86-89

Cocke, J.M.

   

Orientation of small macrofossils for thin sectioning

35

80-85

Scully, E.P.

   

Current issues in evolutionary paleontology

35

15

Lindbergh, C.A.

   

Food for thought

34

279-280

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down-to-earth software

34

90-94

McCartney, K.

   

The Cretaceous/Tertiary extinction event

34

66

Simpson, G.G.

   

Food for thought

34

56

Simpson, G.G.

   

Food for thought

32

306

McCartney, K.

   

The Cretaceous/Tertiary extinction controversy

32

212

Bork, K.B.

   

The concept of biotic succession

32

108

Gregory, J.T.

   

Changing concepts of the nature and significance of fossils

32

50

Picard, M.D.

   

Irish dance

32

43

Shea, J.H.

   

A list of selected references on creationism

32

38

Buckland, W., and Schneer, C.J.

   

Ideal section of a portion of the earth's crust

32

29

Albritton, C.C., Jr.

   

Geologic time

32

10

Rowland, S.M.

   

An exercise in paleobiogeographic provinciality

32

1

Marshack, C.A.

   

Cov. photo: artifact showing phases of moon

31

394

Saunders, WB.

   

Errata

31

379-386

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geologic education (2nd ed.) - Installment 3

31

253-254

Saunders, W.B.

   

Cover photo of Nautilus

31

123

Milne, D.H. and Schafersman, S.D.

   

Cartoon on fossils and creationism

31

86

Mayr, Ernst

   

Food for thought

31

82

Simpson, G.G.

   

Food for thought

31

72-73

Boucot, A.J.

   

How good is the fossil record?

30

204-214

Kaesler, R.L.

   

Paleoecology and Paleoenvironments

30

80-85

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

   

The geological observations of General George A. Custer

30

4-5

Shea, J.H.

   

"Scientific creationism" and the future of geological education - An editorial

29

241-246

Schneer, C.J.

   

William Maclure's geological map of the United States (and NAGT's history of geology project)

29

120

Levin, H.S.

   

The first controversy over fossils (cartoon)

29

11-15

Boulter, C.A. and Scolaro, A.B.

   

Duplicating homogeneous strain on a closed circuit television system

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