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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Reviews, Articles

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

44

485-502

Lowman, P.D. Jr.

   

Twelve key 20th-century discoveries in the geosciences

42

316-324

Vincent, K.R., Bull, W.B., and Chadwick, O.A.

   

Construction of a soil chronosequence using the thickness of pedogenic carbonate coatings

42

225-238

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

   

Volcanism on the terrestrial planets

42

143-146

Braithwaite, C.J.R. and Rizzi, G.

   

The geometry of diagenesis

41

106-117

Reimold, W.U.

   

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

40

313-320

Donovan, S.K.

   

A plain man's guide to rudist bivalves

39

403-418

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

   

Photomicrography in the geological sciences

39

313-319

Ausich, W.I., and Bottjer, D.J.

   

History of tiering among suspension feeders in the benthic marine ecosystem

39

133-141

Rogers, R.D.

   

How do we recognize a fault when we see one?

39

19-22

Van Houten, F.B.

   

Interpreting Silurian Clinton oolitic ironstones - 1850-1975

38

402-425

Officer, C.B.

   

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

38

330-338

Phillips, J.D.

   

Integration of potential-field and digital geologic data for two North American transects

38

323-329

Bloom, A.L., and Fox, A.N.

   

Landsat thematic mapper (TM) images of the Andes as a classroom tool

38

318-322

Cary, T.

   

Landsat data as a tool for the geosciences

38

238-242

Kemmerly, P.R.

   

Nonparametric-methods instruction in quantitative geology

38

123-131

Newcomb, S.

   

The problem of volcanic origins

38

16-20

Myrow, P.M.

   

A new graph for understanding colors of mudrocks and shales

37

241-242

Van Houten, F.B.

   

Krynine, Pettijohn and sedimentary petrology

37

3-48

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

   

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

37

261-279

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

   

Organism-substrate relations and their impact on sedimentary petrology

37

243-249

Blatt, H.

   

Flux of siliciclastic grains in sediments

37

235-240

Suttner, L.J.

   

Recent advances in study of me detrital mineralogy of sand and sandstone: implications for teaching

37

229-230

Folk, R.L.

   

Cover photo of etched quartz crystal

37

202-209

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

   

Backscattered electron microscopy as an advanced technique in petrography

37

94-97

Chamberlain, V.E.

   

Using me Mesozoic history of the Canadian Cordillera as a case study in teaching plate tectonics

37

90-93

Lambert, R. St J.

   

Tectonics and terranes in the undergraduate curriculum

36

237-243

McLean, D.M.

   

K-T transition into chaos

36

227-236

Prothero, D.R.

   

Mammals and magnetostratigraphy

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

147-154

Johnson, M.E.

   

Hunting for ancient rocky shores (see also p.137)

36

111-121

Schedl, A., and Pluijm, B.A. van der

   

A review of deformation microstructures

36

79-87

Univ. of Cincinnati Sedimentation Seminar

   

Comparative petrographic maturity of river and beach sand, and origin of quartz arenites

36

24-29

Davis, S.N.

   

Natural radionuclides in ground water

35

144-149

Matisoff, G.

   

A model for biological mixing of sediments

35

80-85

Scully, E.P.

   

Current issues in evolutionary paleontology

35

64-70

Butler, D.R.

   

Teaching principles and applications of dendrogeomorphology

35

28-32

Moore, D.M.

   

X-ray diffraction and the development of clay mineralogy

34

246-261

Simpson, C.

   

Determination of movement sense in mylonites

34

237-245

Hudleston, P.J.

   

Extracting information from folds in rocks

34

140-165

Marvin, U.B.

   

Meteorites, Moon and the history of geology

34

90-94

McCartney, K.

   

The Cretaceous/Tertiary extinction event

34

72-89

Schlee, J.S.

   

Structure of North American continental margin

34

32-36

Manche, E.P.

   

Obsidian hydration dating

34

21-25

Meyer, W.B.

   

Delayed recognition of glacial eustasy

33

217-226

Friedman, Gerald M., and Poissant, Sharon A.

   

Petroleum geology in the United States

33

161-167 Eschman, Donald Frazier

   

Summary of the Quaternary history of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana

33

112-125

Land, Lynton S.

   

The origin of massive dolomite

33

93-96

Whitney, Marion

   

Yardangs

33

84-93

Dean, Dennis R.

   

The rise and fall of the Deluge

33

80-83

Picard, M. Dane

   

The Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary controversy

33

77 -78

Whitney, Marion

   

Cover photo of a yardang in Egypt

33

4-10

Tasch, P.

   

Darwin's Beagle voyage and Galapagos experience

32

310

Bull, W.B.

   

Tectonic geomorphology

32

306

McCartney, K.

   

The Cretaceous/Tertiary extinction controversy

32

288

Hazen, R.M.

   

Mineralogy: a historical review

32

254

Prestegaard, K.L.

   

Progress in understanding fluvial processes

32

247

Palmer, A.N.

   

Recent trends in karst geomorphology

32

236

Baker, V.R.

   

Planetary geomorphology

32

233

Muller, E.H.

   

Tales tills tell

32

226

Potter, N. Jr.

   

Periglacial geomorphology

32

212

Bork, K.B.

   

The concept of biotic succession

32

209

Potter, N. Jr.

   

Cover photo of ice-floored rock glacier

32

158

Carozzi, A.V.

   

Glaciology and the ice age

32

108

Gregory, J.T.

   

Changing concepts of the nature and significance of fossils

32

29

Albritton, C.C., Jr.

   

Geologic time

31

307-314

Skehan, J.W.

   

Theological basis for a Judeo-Christian position on creationism

31

295-303

Jones, D.L., Howell, D.G., Coney, P.J., and Monger, H.W.H.

   

Recognition, character and analysis of tectonostratigraphic terranes in western North America

31

277-294

Oliver, J.

   

Exploring the geological structure of the continental crust

31

266-276

Graham, S.A.

   

Evolving concepts and teaching approaches in tectonics and sedimentation

31

256-265

Hatcher, R.D. JR.

   

Incorporation of new and old tectonics concepts into a modern course in tectonics

31

172-176

Cloud, P.

   

The second flowering of geology

31

124-133

Dalrymple, G.B.

   

Can the earth be dated from decay of its magnetic field?

31

26-30

Rassam, G.N.

   

The GeoRef online bibliographic database as an educational tool

30

222-240

Miall, A.D.

   

Recent developments in facies models for siliciclastic sediments

30

215-221

Byers, C.W.

   

Stratigraphy- the fall of continuity

30

204-214

Kaesler, R.L.

   

Paleoecology and Paleoenvironments

30

189-203

Wilkinson, B.H.

   

Cyclic cratonic carbonates and Phanerozoic calcite seas

30

34-58

Brush, S.G.

   

Finding the age of the earth - By physics or by faith?

30

27-33

Dutch, S.I.

   

A critique of creationist cosmology

30

6-13

Dutch, S.I.

   

Notes on the nature of fringe science

29

108-113

Kopp, O.C.

   

Cathodoluminescence petrography - a valuable tool for teaching and research

29

105-106

Kopp, O.C.

   

Cover photo

28

4-35

Bartlett, A.A.

   

Forgotten fundamentals of the energy crisis

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