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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Petrology - Igneous and Metamorphic

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 574Niemitz, J.W.
    Igneous-rock classification in a large introductory geology course
48 573Pronk, T.G.
    Demonstrating folds in metamorphic rocks
48 304-306, 360-361Rowe, J.L., and Bjornerud, M.
    Volcanic petrographic textures in ceramic-glaze interfaces
48 198-202Darling, R.S.
    Modeling magmatic phase equilibria with synthetic h2O - KCl fluid inclusions
48 145-149Mayborn, K.R. and Lesher, C.E.
    Teaching the scientific method using contemporary research topice as the basis for student-defined projects
46

497-499

Wampler, J.M., and Wallace, P.

   

Misconceptions of crystal growth and cooling rates in the formation of igneous rocks: The case of pegmatites and aplites

45

206-206

Amenta, R.V., Holyoke, C.W., Krohn, T.G.M., Bonder, M.J., and Leopold, M.C.

   

Undergraduate research in petrology approached through computer modeling of fabric evolution in igneous rocks

45

89

trent, D.D.

   

Have you read . . . ?

45

74-76

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions – a column about errors in geoscience textbooks; 5. Crystallization temperature and weathering susceptibility

45

22-26

Turflinger, J., and Drummond, C.

   

Analysis of bubble sizes in vesicular basalt

44

600-603

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Rocks and minerals

44

581-583

Picard, M.D.

   

A morning in September

44

134-148

Fichter, L.S.

   

Tectonic rock cycles

44

57-64

Vernon, R.H.

   

Observation versus argument by authority - The origin of enclaves in granite

43

385-390

Smith, D.L, Hoersch, A.L., and Gordon, P.R.

   

Problem-based learning in the undergraduate geology classroom

43

236-243

DeLa'O, J.D.

   

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

43

1-2, 14

trent, D.D.

   

Cover photograph of "arcuate schliere" in Cathedral Peak Granodiorite in Yosemite National Park, CA

42

225-238

Patrick, R.R., and Howe, R.C.

   

Volcanism on the terrestrial planets

42

165-169

Picard, M.D.

   

Altered states

42

16

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on "basalt-type" weapons

41

438-441

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

   

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

41

433-437

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

   

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

41

294-296

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege teachers: foliated food

41

164-169

Martin, B.S.

   

Interactive modelling of open magma systems with spreadsheets

40

269-270

Kresan, P.L.

   

Cover photo of Colorado River delta area (Mexico)

40

237-240

Malisetty, M.R., and Rao, R.J.

   

Use of a spreadsheet in teaching the CIPW norm

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

367-369

Ward, R.F.

   

Improved accuracy for CIPW norms

39

361-362

Davidson, M.W., and Lofgren, G.E.

   

Cover photomicrograph of thin section of lunar basalt

39

44-47

Cawthorn, R.G.

   

Simulation of layered magma chambers

38

243-245

Rubin, A.E., and Jerde, E.A.

   

The method of multiple working hypotheses for chocolate lovers and petrologists

38

132-137

Peacock, S.M.

   

Numerical simulation of regional and contact metamorphism using the Macintosh microcomputer

38

123-131

Newcomb, S.

   

The problem of volcanic origins

37

346-349

Picard, M.D.

   

Harry Hammond Hess and the theory of sea-floor spreading

37

341-342

Jacobson, G.L.

   

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

37

186

Bowler, P.J.

   

Food for thought

37

153-154

Neuhauser, K.R.

   

Cover scanning electron micrograph of Hawaiian pumice

37

144

Stensrud, H.L.

   

Review of videotape on pyroclastic rocks

36

155-156

Holm, P.E.

   

Petrogenetic modeling with a spreadsheet program

36

161-175

Wakefield, J.R.

   

The geology of Gentry's tiny mystery

35

256-259

Mursky, G.

   

Flow chart for mineral separation from granitic rocks

35

203-205

Garlick, G.D.

   

Petrographic distinction between basalt and andesite

35

160

Crawford, W.A.

   

Errata: Cover photo caption of diabase dike

35

150-151

Eves, R.L.

   

The "key" method of identifying igneous and metamorphic rocks

35

108-110

Picard, M.D.

   

Three Italian pieces

34

221-222

Crawford, W.A.

   

Cover photo of isoclinal folds cut by dike

33

149

trent, D.D.

   

Crust-mantle differentiation and lemon cake pudding

33

100-105

Bladh, Katherine Laing

   

Teaching undergraduate igneous and metamorphic petrology in a liberal-arts environment

33

22-28

Picard, M.D., and Knight, J.

   

Concentration of geology faculty by fields in college and university departments

33

11

Morris, William

   

Acid etching feldspar - the easy way

33

1-2

Allen, J.E.

   

Cover photo of Oregon thunder egg (lithophysae)

32

96

Amenta, R.V.

   

A simulated research problem for undergraduate metamorphic petrology

31

211-218,

Bathurst, B.

   

Rediscovering Schreinemakers' theorem

31

206-207

Pearce, T.H.

   

An interactive computer program for simulating the effects of olivine fractionation from basaltic and ultrabasic liquids

31

9-12

Romey, W.D.

   

Winter ice and snow as models of igneous rock formation

28

225-226

Elizalde, J.

   

Photo of Ecuadorian volcano

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