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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Petrology - General

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 573Hoskin, W.O.
    Urban outcrops and the lunchtime petrology field trip
48 572Reynolds, S.J., and Semken, S.C.
    Rockss before terms and tables - From the concrete to the abstract
48 572Harper, S.B.
    Large-format table-top charts for rock classification
48 184-198Mann, K.O.
    Teaching biostratigraphy

46

394

Romey, W.D.

   

Letter on problematic definitions of rock

46

86-88

Wampler, J.M.

   

Misconceptions - A column about errors in geoscience textbooks; 10. Problematic definitions of rock

46

41-44

Tucker, D.R., Tucker, M.R., and Rieck, W.A.

   

A cooperative learning exercise using glacial gravels

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

44

549-553

Bjornerud, M.

   

Snow and ice as rock analogs in conveying geologic concepts

44

485-502

Lowman, P.D. Jr.

   

Twelve key 20th-century discoveries in the geosciences

44

266-269

Dove, J.E.

   

Student teacher identification of rock types

44

179-182

Merino, E.

   

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

44

134-148

Fichter, L.S.

   

Tectonic rock cycles

43

381-384

Munn, B.J., tracy, R.J., and Jenks, P.J.

   

A collaborative approach to petrology field trips

43

212-215

Bjornerud, M.

   

Geolinguistics - tracing the origins of geologic terms

43

30-34

Harrell, J.A.

   

Ancient Egyptian origins of some common rock names

42

480-484

Seyedolali, A., Torley, R.F., Krinsley, D., Boggs, S.Jr., and Wagner, L.E.

   

Three-dimensional, high-resolution light microscopy, a new geological tool

42

282-285

Metzger, E.P.

   

The StrATegy COLUMN for precollege science teachers, rock-cycle sagas

42

97

Bykerk-Kauffman, A.

   

Response to comments by Burk and Robbins

42

95-97

Robbins, B.

   

Comment on film review of <EM>The Rock Cycle</EM>

42

94-95

Burk, R.L.

   

Comment on film review of <EM>The Rock Cycle</EM>

42

25-31

Dilek, Y., Thomas, R.C., and Whitney, D.L.

   

Team-teaching petrology in a tectonic context

42

17-24

Gunter, M.E.

   

Asbestos as a metaphor for teaching risk perception

41

447-489

Yoder, H.S.Jr.

   

Timetable of petrology

41

404-411

Railsback, L.B.

   

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

41

140-143

Amthor, J.

   

Combining cathodoluminescence and backscattered electron microscopy in the study of diagenetic carbonates

41

106-117

Reimold, W.U.

   

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

41

35-37

Barker, D.S.

   

Crustal abundances of elements and species diversity of minerals

40

12-24

Hannibal, J.T., and Park, L.E.

   

A guide to selected sources of information on stone used for buildings, monuments, and works of art

40

1-2

Hannibal, J.T.

   

Cover photograph of building-stone test wall

39

403-418

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

   

Photomicrography in the geological sciences

39

379-387

Brown, V.M., and Harrell, J.A.

   

Megascopic classification of rocks

39

325-330

Westerback, M.E., and Azer, N.

   

Realistic expectations for rock identification

39

299-302

Woronow, A.

   

Enigmas and solutions in the analyses of compositional data

39

272-278

Hannibal, J.T.

   

Interpreting urban geology

39

217-220

Fryer, K.H.

   

Regional geological context for a course in petrography

39

35-43

Custer, S.G.

   

Snow as a field-teaching medium for earth science

38

393-398

Feldmann, R.M., and Schloman, B.F.

   

Preparation of term papers based upon a research-process model

38

366

Shea, J.H.

   

Letters - A source of free sample-storage containers

37

114-116

Saunders, J.A.

   

Identification of opaque minerals using automated photomicrographic systems

37

229-230

Folk, R.L.

   

Cover photo of etched quartz crystal

37

144

Stensrud, H.L.

   

Review of videotape on fluid inclusions

37

27-29

Philip, G.M., and Watson, D.F.

   

Some geometric aspects of the ternary diagram

36

282-286

Meijer, E.L.

   

A versatile GWBASIC program for calculations on mineral equilibria

36

281

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on xenoliths

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

161-175

Wakefield, J.R.

   

The geology of Gentry's tiny mystery

36

108-110

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

   

Is the rock cycle an outdated idea, or a unifying concept?

35

206-207

Brice, W.R.

   

Manual of photos as a teaching tool in petrography

35

134-135

Chesner, C.A.

   

A videotape short course on volcanic rock textures

32

38

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

   

Ideal section of a portion of the earth's crust

32

17

Blanchard, F.N.

   

A FORtrAN program for computing refractive index using the double variation method

31

219-229

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geological education, Installment 1 - Mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry

31

17-22

Pasteris, J.D.

   

Value of reflected-light microscopy in teaching

31

9-12

Romey, W.D.

   

Winter ice and snow as models of igneous rock formation

30

278

McSween, H.Y. Jr.

   

Instruction in optical microscopy by programmed text

30

269-270

Birnie, R.W.

   

An optical crystallography instructional package on videocassette

30

269

Besancon, J.R.

   

X-ray diffractometer

29

186-188

Nagle, F.

   

Color video petrography

29

108-113

Kopp, O.C.

   

Cathodoluminescence petrography - a valuable tool for teaching and research

29

105-106

Kopp, O.C.

   

Cover photo

29

56-59

Laznicka, Peter

   

A rock encyclopedia that includes rock samples

29

18-20

Powell, W. E.

   

Rocks and minerals as a viable course in the undergraduate curriculum

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