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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Structural Geology

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48651-657Alaniz-Alvarez, S.A., Tolson, G., and Nieto-Samaniego, A.F.
Assessing fault reactivation with the ReActiva program
48561Kresan, D.
Cover photograph of Waterpocket Fold, Utah
48522-532Vacher, H.L.
Computational geology 12 - Cramer's rule and the three-point problem
48522-532Vacher, H.L.
Computational geology 12 - Cramer's rule and the three-point problem

47

8-11

Malone, D.H.

   

A faculty survey on field trips in undergraduate structural-geology courses

47

23-30

Francis, R.D., Sigurdson, D.R., Legg, M.R., Grannell, R.B., and Ambos, E.L.

   

Student participation in an offshor seismic-reflection study of the Palos Verdes fault, California continental borderland

47

109

Miller,M.G.

   

Cover photograph of faulted alluvial fan, Death Valley CA

47

210

Shea, J.H.

   

Maps as educational tools

47

313-320

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

   

A <EM>Matlab 5</EM> program for calculating the statistics of mass change

47

428-437

Lowman, P., Yates, J., Masuoka, P., Montgomery, B., O'Leary, J., and Salisbury, D.

   

A digital tectonic-activity map of the Earth

46

394

Lumsden, D.N.

   

Letter on a cost-free improvement for the Brunton compass

46

244-251

Bailey, C.M.

   

An integrative geologic mapping project for structural-geology courses

46

141-145

Schultz, R.A.

   

Integrating rock mechanics into traditional geoscience curricula

46

7-23

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

   

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

45

401-402

Carson, R.J.

   

Cover photograph of folded early Tertiary clastics along Adriatic coast

45

349-353

Johnson, M.C., and Guth, P.L.

   

A realistic microcomputer exercise designed to teach geologic reasoning

45

337-343

Reaser, D.F.

   

Robert Thomas Hill -- father of the Texas Cretaceous

45

221-224

Dickinson, W.W., and Hill, N.L.

   

An introductory field exercise on topographic mapping

45

129-132

Orion, N., BenChaim, D., and Kali, Y.

   

Relationship between earth-science education and spatial visualization

45

38-45

Philpotts, A.R., Gray, N.H., and Reid, J.B.

   

The electronic total station -- a versatile, revolutionary new geological mapping tool

45

10-21

Kali, Y., Orion, N., and Mazor, E.

   

Software for assisting high-school students in the spatial perception of geological structures

44

539-548

Mies, J.W.

   

Automated digital compilation of structural symbols

44

485-502

Lowman, P.D. Jr.

   

Twelve key 20th-century discoveries in the geosciences

44

439-444

Collins, L.G., and Fasold, D.F.

   

Bogus "Noahs Ark" from Turkey exposed as a common geologic structure

44

317-320

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

Exploring geology on the World-Wide Web - Geophysics, plate tectonics and structural geology

44

253-258

Searight, T.K., and Malone, D.H.

   

A geologic mapping problem for structural geology class

44

125-126

Reichard, J.S.

   

Cover photo (vertical) of Sheep Mountain Anticline, Wyoming

44

91

Hendrix, T.E.

   

The decline of thinking [letter]

43

542-547

Picard, M.D.

   

Earthquake news

43

385-390

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

   

Problem-based learning in the undergraduate geology classroom

43

301-302

Tewksbury, B.J.

   

Cover photograph of folded rocks in Vermont

43

230-235

Baker, S.P., Benson, M.A., Palmes, S.L., and Huntoon, J.E.

   

Numerical simulation of sedimentary-basin formation with simple examples for upper-division undergraduates in tectonics or process-sedimentology courses

43

55-57

Picard, M.D.

   

Kittens

43

6-10

Mies, J.W.

   

Simple methods for rapid determination of lattice-preferred orientation in two dimensions

42

212-219

Maher, H.D.Jr.

   

The role of extension in mountain-belt life cycles

42

162-163

Kenah, C.

   

Squashed coins illustrate the power of structural geology

42

118-124

Alcock, J.

   

Simulating the historical process to creat laboratory exercises that teach research methods

41

433-437

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

   

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

41

425-432

Tikoff, B., Teyssier, C., and Fossen, H.

   

Computer applications for teaching general two-dimensional deformation

41

106-117

Reimold, W.U.

   

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

41

101-102

Johnson, D.

   

Cover photograph of fault scarp formed during 1992 Landers (CA) earthquake

41

43-51

Dutch, S.I.

   

A geologist goes to Desert Storm

40

356-359

Smith, J.V.

   

A concept matrix for geological structures

40

109-115

Sprenke, K.F.

   

Analytic geometry formulas and computer routines for stereonet problems

39

322-324

De Paor, D.G.

   

A modern solution to the classical three-point problem

39

312

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon on fault interpretation

39

284-288

Bezzi, A.

   

A Macintosh program for improving three-dimensional thinking

39

133-141

Rogers, R.D.

   

How do we recognize a fault when we see one?

39

23-27

Bjornerud, M.G.

   

Conveying principles of finite strain with standard graphics software

39

2, 74

Stout, D.L.

   

Field trip: Great Britain's classic geologic sites

39

1-2

Stout, D.L.

   

Cover photo of angular unconformity at Siccar Point, Scotland

38

377-378

Dean, D.

   

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

38

323-329

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

   

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

38

294-297

Hansen, V.L.

   

Collection and preparation of thin sections of oriented samples

38

284-287

Schimmrich, S.H.

   

A Pascal program for determining slip-vector orientations on fault planes

38

249-251

Nold, J.L.

   

Map and cross-section exercises for geology courses

38

170

Gordon, L.

   

Earthquake instructional aid

38

112-115

Bates, D.E.B.

   

A simple class exercise on plate tectonic motion

37

337-340

Wilkerson, M.S., and Hsui, A.T.-K.

   

Application of sediment backstripping corrections for basin analysis using micro computers

37

280 287

Vacher, H.L.

   

The three-point problem in the context of elementary vector analysis

37

226

Krieger, W.

   

Film review of The Appalachian Story

37

187-189

Whisonant, R.C. and Watts, C.F.

   

Using dip vectors to analyze structural data

37

171-180

De Paor, D.G.

   

An interactive program for doing Fry strain analysis on the Macintosh microcomputer

37

102-106

Edelman, S.H.

   

Limitations of the concept of stress in structural analysis

37

90-93

Lambert, R. St J.

   

Tectonics and terranes in the undergraduate curriculum

37

66

Jorstad, R.B.

   

Down to earth software review

37

8 -89

Bykerk-Kauffman, A.

   

A hands-on approach to teaching the terrane concept in historical geology

36

273-274

Schmidt, M.F., Jr.

   

Cover photo of faults in Entrada sandstone (UT)

36

159-160

Sims, W.A.

   

An attitude marker for on-campus mapping

36

111-121

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

   

A review of deformation microstructures

36

70

Kresan, P.

   

Erratum: Cover photo of Laguna Salado Fault, Baja California, Mexico

36

69-70

Neuhauser, K.R.

   

Cover photo of imbricate splay faults, Utah

36

2-3

Kresan, P.

   

Cover photo of Laguna Salado Fault, Baja California, Mexico

35

226-228

Picard, M.D.

   

A year of sand

35

155-157

Archbold, N.L.

   

Inexpensive laboratory model with many applications

35

152-154

travis, R.B.

   

Apparent-dip methods

35

33-36

Wagner, J.R.

   

Using layer-cake geology to illustrate relationships

35

22-25

Howe, R.C.

   

treatment of geological contacts in introductory textbooks

34

297-298

Schmidt, M.F. Jr.

   

Photo of folded rocks, Koootenay N.P.,B.C.

34

273-278

Schwert, W.D.

   

Geometric analyses of rotational faults

34

246-261

Simpson, C.

   

Determination of movement sense in mylonites

34

237-245

Hudleston, P.J.

   

Extracting information from folds in rocks

34

231-236

De Paor, D.G.

   

A graphical approach to structural geology

34

224-230

Means, W.D.

   

Three microstructural exercises

34

140-165

Marvin, U.B.

   

Meteorites, Moon and the history of geology

34

72-89

Schlee, J.S.

   

Structure of North American continental margin

34

69-70

Peters, J.M.

   

Cover photo of uplifted Holocene surface

34

21-25

Meyer, W.B.

   

Delayed recognition of glacial eustasy

34

311

Christodoulidis, D.C.

   

Food for thought

34

285

Geyer, A. R.

   

Buckland and Maclure illustrations sale

34

221 -222

Crawford, W.A.

   

Cover photo of isoclinal folds cut by dike

34

191 -195

McEachran, D.B.

   

Teaching strain theory with Macintosh computer

34

109

Stanley, R.S.

   

Food for thought

33

283-285

Worthing, M.A.

   

A simple device for plotting structural data on geological maps and sections

33

266-269

Kulatilake, Pinnaduwa H.S.W.

   

Fitting Fisher distributions to discontinuity orientation data

33

257

McConnell, Robert L.

   

Video tapes of British geology

33

215-216

Emerson, John W.

   

A simple topographic method for determining structural trends

33

209-210

Giovanelli, Matt

   

Cover photo of truncated upper edge of a flatiron on the west flank of Big Horn Mountains

33

61-62

Burger, Robert H.

   

RAMblings

33

15-19

Stimpson, B.

   

Simple physical models for demonstrating rock-mass behaviour to engineering geology students

32

310

Bull, W.B.

   

Tectonic geomorphology

32

184

Draper, G.

   

A simple device to aid plotting of pi diagrams in structural geology

32

153

Whittecar, G.R.

   

Terrain models in field geology courses

32

96

Amenta, R.V.

   

A simulated research problem for undergraduate metamorphic petrology

32

38

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

   

Ideal section of a portion of the earth's crust

32

20

Burger, H.R.

   

Catalog of computer programs used in undergraduate geological education, Installment 4

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

256-265

Hatcher, R.D. JR.

   

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

31

230-232

Picard, M.D.

   

Mysterious maverick range

31

200-205

Larter, R.C.L. and Allison, I.

   

An inexpensive device for modelling strike slip and oblique-slip fault zones

31

165

Anonymous

   

Short course on techniques and tectonic implications of strain measurement

31

35

Stokes, W.L.

   

Diastrophy - a word whose time has come

30

279-280

Rockhill, T.D.

   

Science and mathematics microcomputer project

30

156-162

Allen, J.E.

   

The volcanic story of the Columbia River Gorge

30

133-134

Allen, J.E.

   

Cover Photo

30

97-107

Lowman, P.D. Jr.

   

A more realistic view of global tectonism

30

86-92

Arvidson, R.E., and Guiness, E.A.

   

Clues to tectonic styles in the global topography of Earth, Venus, Mars

30

77-78

Arvidson, R.E., and Guiness, E.A.

   

Cover image of geology of Mars

29

247-250

Hayes, W.B. and Allard, G.O.

   

A mineral-exploration exercise based on an interactive computer-simulated drilling program

29

11-15

Boulter, C.A. & Scolaro, A.B.

   

Duplicating homogeneous strain on a closed circuit television system

29

1

Bolles, W.H.

   

Cover photo of outcrop of Sharp Mountain Member of Pottsville Formation (PA)

28

103-104

Stimpson, B.

   

Inexpensive device for demonstrating rock slope failure and other collapse phenomena

28

81-83

Lisle, R.J.

   

A simplified work scheme for using block diagrams with the orthographic net

28

121

Whaley, P.W.

   

(cover photo of a paleoslump in Penn. rocks of Kentucky

28

69

Shelton, J.S.

   

(cover photo of Comb Ridge monocline)

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