Author Index for the Years 1999-2010 : B

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Baars, D. Canyonlands country (reviewed) 49 69
Babb, J.L.. A field-oriented volcanology course to improve Earth-science teaching 52 122-127
Baber, L.D. Increasing diversity in the geosciences: Recruitment programs and student self-efficacy 58 32-42
Bailey, C.M. Integrating the teaching of quantitative skills across the geology curriculum in a department 48 482-486
Bailey, C.M. A quantitative approach to introductory geology courses 48 413-418
Bair, E.S. "Developing analytical and communication skills in a mock-trial course based on the famous Woburn, Massachusetts case" 48 450-454
Baker, D.R. The viscosities of foods as analogs for silicate melts 52 363-367
Baker, K.M. An empirical methodology for investigating geocognition in the field 57 316-328
Baker, L.L. "Field trip to a galaxy far, far away" 48 280-283
Baker, S. Educational animation of the propagation of earthquake-generated seismic shear waves across the mantle 50 69
Balliet, R. Geologic problem solving in the field: Analylsis of field navigation and mapping by advanced undergraduates 57 48-63
Bank, T.L. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Barker, J. "Watershed-based integration of hydrology, geochemistry, and geophysics in an environmental curriculum" 52 141-148
Baroek, P.A. Visual BASIC 6 program that facilitates learning the characteristics of simple and pure shear through experimentation 50 559-565
Baron, A.G. Using synthetic data and artificial wells to teach the construction and us of water-level contour maps 56 317-323
Barreto, C. A model for integrating the public into scientific research 51 71-75
Barrett, L.R. Teaching archeogeophysical survey and mapping any time of the year: An introductory course 52 236-244
Barron, A. A constructivist approach to a high-enrollment undergraduate environmental-education course 47 249-254
Barrow, J.D. Food for thought 49 234
Barrows, L. Magnetic delineation of buried wastes at a church in Normal IL 48 137-144
Barson, B. "Cover photograaph of deformed Ordovician marble on Mt. Harrison, Idaho" 56 197-198
Barstow, D. Placing urban schools at the forefront of the revolution in Earth science education 52 416-419
Bartels, C. Book review 47 195-199
Barthelmy, L.G. How to make an accurate three-dimensional model of any crystal from its stereogram 48 624-630
Bartholomew, J.W.Jr. Testing computer based high school science modules in a classroom setting 51 325-328
Barufaldi, J.P. Earth science student attitudes toward a constructivist teaching approach in Taiwan 47 331-335
Barufaldi, J.P. Design and assessment of an interactive digital tutorial for undergraduate-level sandstone petrology 51 381-386
Baskerville, S. Mineral identification by chemical testing 56 302-306
Basu, A. Demanding and enforcing high expectations in freshman courses 52 320-323
Bates, R.L. Food for thought 48 402
Battles, D.A. The use of notecards as a technique for enhancing the quality of large introductory classes 48 30-32
Battles, D.A. Exploring the interrelationships of art and geology through a course module on European ice-age cave art 53 176-183
Battles, D.A. An ssessment of combined academic geology and geography departments based on a survey of department chairs 48 641-650
Bauer, H.H. Food for thought 48 481
Bauer, R.L. Dye tracing through Sinks Canyon: Incorporating advanced hydrogeology into the University of Missouri's Geology Field Camp 55 197-201
Bean, J. "Environmental process analysis, 1: Residence time and first-order processes" 52 324-330
Bean, J. "Enviromental process analysis, 2: Dynamic steady states" 52 331-337
Beane, R.J. Using the scanning electron microscope for discover-based learning in undergraduate coruses 52 250-253
Beaudoin, G. EXPLORE - Simulation of a mineral exploration campaign 47 469-472
Becker, M.J. A gateway website that provides Earth-system-science internet activities to K-12 teachers 47 443-448
Becker, M.W. An introduction to ground-water modeling using virtual reality modelling language (VRML) 51 506-511
Becker, W.G. Investigating the urban heat island effect with a collaborative inquiry project 51 237-243
Beget, J. Book review 47 296-297
Behling, R.E. Sustaining K-12 professional development in geology: Recurrent participation in RockCamp 52 161-171
Beilfuss, M. Research methodologies in science education: Mental models and cognition in education 51 121-126
Beilfuss, M. Qualitative analysis of college students' ideas about the Earth: Interviews and open-ended questionaires 53 17-26
Beketova, E.B. School yard seismology 51 329-335
Ben-zvi-Assarf, O. A study of junior high students' perceptions of the water cycle 53 366-373
Bendick, R. "Earthquake emergency education in Dushanbe, Tajikistan" 58 86-94
Benison, K.C. Using analogous materials in large introductory geology classes 48 570
Benison, K.C. Artificial outcrops give real experience in interpreting a geologic history: The CMUland group project for historical-geology courses 53 501-507
Benko, T. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Bennington, J.B. A group simulation of the development of the geologic time scale 48 583
Benson, R.G. The Campus Mine: An Adaptable Instruction Approach Using Simulated Underground Geology In a Campus Building to Improve Geospatial Reasoning Before Fieldwork 58 253-261
Benton, R. "The Big Pig Dig: Integrating paleontological research and visitor education at Badlands National Park, South Dakota " 51 313-316
Berger, G.W. Book reviews 48 393-394
Berggren, W.A. Book reviews 48 394-395
Berry, R.Q. III Secondary earth/environmental science teachers' aversion to videotaped self study 55 373-380
Bertog, J.L. Student evaluation of cities' hazards and benefits for company relocation: An introductory geology class project in educated citizenship 55 28-35
Beyudoun, M. Global warming: the complete briefing (reviewed) 49 65-66
Bhagwat, S.B. Book review 47 401-402
Bhattacharyya, P. Using candies to demonstrate concepts of weathering and sedimentary processes in lecture-based introductory Earth science courses 52 293-300
Bice, D.M. Using STELLA models to explore the dynamics of earth systems: experimenting with Earth's climate system using a computer model 49 170-181
Bickmore, B.R. Science as storytelling for teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interface 57 178-190
Bickmore, B.R. Earth science mini lessons: A service-learning strategy for improving attitudes toward science of preservice elementary teachers 55 228-234
Bickmore, B.R. Commentary: On teaching the nature of science and the science-religion interface 57 168-177
Bierman, P.R. Teaching winter geohydrology using frozen lakes nd snowy mountains 47 402-427
Bierman, P.R. Quantifying urban land use and runoff changes through service-learning hydrology projects 51 365-372
Bierman, P.R. Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science course 58 145-154
Bingham, B.L. Increasing diversity in the marine sciences through the minorities in marine science undergraduate program 51 474-480
Birkeland, P.W. [Review of] Soils and geomorphology 48 100-101
Birnbaum, S. Overcoming the limitations of an urgan setting through field-based Earth-systems inquiry 52 407-410
Bjornerud, M. Volcanic petrographic textures in ceramic-glaze interfaces 48 "304-306