Author Index for the Years 1999-2010 : C

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Calderone, G.C. Geoscape: An instructional rock garden for inquiry-based cooperative learning exercises in introductory geology courses 51 171-176
Caldwell, D.W. Book review 47 501-502
Calhoun, A.J.K. Wetland connections: Linking university researchers and high-school teachers to advance science education and wetland conservation 51 387-397
Callahan, T.J. Students' conceptions of scale regarding groundwater 53 374-380
Callahan, T.J. Making geology relevant to non-science majors through the environmental site assessment project 51 431-435
Campbell, C.J. Book review 47 295
Caplan-Auerbach, J. Every equation tells a story: Using equation dictionaries in introductory geophysics 57 348-355
Caprariis, P.D. de Developing successful learning strategies in structural geology 50 145-149
Caprariis, P.P. de Creating or adapting courses for on-line presentation 48 673-678
Carlson, C.A. Field research as a pedagogical tool for learning hydrogeochemistry and scientific-writing skills 47 150-157
Carlson, G.R. Density as an integrating topic to promote quantitative reasoning in non-science majors 48 436-439
Carnicelli, L.A. Using poetry to teach about minerals in earth-science class 52 10-14
Carozzi, A.V. Book review 47 92-93
Carozzi, A.V. Book review 47 499-500
Carozzi, M. Book reviews 48 715-719
Carpenter, J.R. Testing computer based high school science modules in a classroom setting 51 325-328
Carpenter, J.R. Presentation of 1998 Neil Miner Award 47 56-58
Carpenter, J.R. Long-term attitude sustainability from a constructivist-based astronomy-for-teachers course 47 366-368
Carpenter, J.R. A constructivist approach to a high-enrollment undergraduate environmental-education course 47 249-254
Carr, J.R. [Review of] Geostatistics: Modeling spatial uncertainty 48 100
Cashman, K.V. Stimulating Social and Political Influences on Hazard Analysis Through a Classroom Role-Playing Exercise 56 54-60
Cashman, K.V. "Fudge Factors in Lessons on Crystallization, rheology and Morphology of Basalt Lava Flows" 56 73-80
Casillas-Martinez, L. Design and assessment of an introductory geomicrobiology course of non-geology majors 57 23-32
Cathcart, R.B. "Unnatural envelopment: fieldwork on the active tectonics of J.G. Ballard's ""build-up"" (1957) " 50 176-181
Cavanaugh, B. Preservice elementary-school teachers' images of clay scientists 55 321-325
Cecil, K. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
ervato C Calibrated peer-review assignments for the earth sciences 57 328-334
Cervato, C. The InVest volcanic concept survey: Exploring student understanding about volcanoes 58 177-187
Cervato, C. Diagnostic testing of introductory geology students 55 357-363
Cervato, C.C. Getting help from course management software to teach a large-enrollment introductory geology class 51 185-193
Cerveny, V. Seismic ray theory (reviewed) 50 485-486
Chamberlin, T.C. Food for thought 50 71
Chamot, J.A. Have you read? 49 400
Chamot, J.A. Have you read? 49 208
Chamot, J.A. Have you read 48 705
Chan, M.A. "Teacher workshops using geoantiquities: Case history of modern Great Salt Lake and Pleistocene Lake Bonneville shorelines, Utah" 52 438-444
Chan, M.A. Geoantiquities: Concepts and applications for education in the urban landscape 52 445-452
Chan, M.A. 2001 James H. Shea Award presented to Sarah Andrews 50 223-224
Chandler, V.W. Book review 47 498-499
Chang, C.-Y. Enhancing tenth graders Earth-science learning through computer-assisted instruction 48 636-640
Chang, C.-Y. Earth science student attitudes toward a constructivist teaching approach in Taiwan 47 331-335
Charmot, J.A. Have you read? Target Earth 48 389
Charmot, J.A. Have you read? 48 557
Cheek, K.A. Commentary: A summary and analysis of twenty-seven years of geoscience conceptions research 58 122-134
Chew, R.T. III Environmental problems on the low atolls of the Marshall Islands 47 143-149
Chiles, J.-P. Geostatistics: Modeling spatial uncertainty [reviewed] 48 100
Chiment, J.J. The Mastodon Matrix Project: An experiment with large-scale public collaboration in paleontological research 51 39-47
Chiment, J.J. A problematic fossil bring paleontology to the classroom and the world 51 361-364
Choh, S.-J. Design and assessment of an interactive digital tutorial for undergraduate-level sandstone petrology 51 381-386
Choi, E.J. The effect of multiple formats on understanding complex visual displays 52 115-121
Chowdhury, S.H. Using on-campus monitoring wells to enhance student learning in geo-hydrology courses 55 364-370
Christie-Blick, K. "Development and evaluation of ""Where are we?"" map-skills software and curriculum " 49 249-266
Christman, R.A. "Statement of ownership, management, and circulation " 50 633
Christman, R.A. "Statement of ownership, management, and circulation " 52 491
Christman, R.A. "Statement of ownership, management, and circulation" 48 704
Christman, R.A. "Statement of ownership, management and circulation " 49 496
Christman, R.A. "Recognizing and describing ""pet rocks""" 48 573
Christman, R.A. Call for nominations for] Neil Miner Award 50 119
Christman, R.A. [Nomination form for] Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award 50 127
Christman, R.A. [Call for nominations for] James H. Shea Award 50 119
Cid, X.C. Issues regarding student interpretation of color as a third-dimension on graphical representations 57 372-378
Clark, B.K. Reading the Earth: Landforms in the making (reviewed) 50 486-487
Clark, B.K. Globe in preservice and inservice teacher education 49 461-466
Clark, D.H. Cover photograph of stream-table delta (see article on p. 110-115) 53 1
Clark, D.H. "Combining stream-table experiments, high-tech particle analysis, and the Web to help geomorphology students evaluate landform evolution" 53 110-115
Clark, I.F. Using concept maps to plan an introductory structural geology course 52 224-230
Clark, J.C. Using the minutes of meetings to monitor service-learning projects 48 600
Clark, S.K. Teaching radioisotope dating using the geology of the Hawaiian Islands 57 99-100
Clark, S.K. Commentary: A brief note on misconceptions regarding the candle-and-tumbler experiment 57 99-100
Clark, S.K. A novel approach to teaching and understanding transformations of matter in dynamic earth systems 57 233-241
Clary, R.M. Students' geocognition of deep time conceptualized in an informal educational setting 57 275-285
Clary, R.M. Earth Science Teachers' Perceptions of an Autonomous Feildwork Assignment in a Nationwide Paleontology Course 56 149-155
Clemens, W.A. Book reviews 48 391-392
Clement, J.J. Active-learning methods to improve student performance and scientific interest in a large introductory oceanography course 49 111-119
Clyde, W.C. Playing Wegener in a mock world: A laboratory exercise for introductory earth-science classes 47 336-340
Coates, J. Exploring the statistics of sedimentary bed thicknesses - Two case studies 48 487-499
Coch, N.K. "Geohazards, Natural and human " 51 536-537
Colbeck, C. Increasing diversity in the geosciences: Recruitment programs and student self-efficacy 58 32-42
Colburn, I.P. 2002 NAGT Neil Miner Award: John Shelton 51 274-275
Cole, K.C. Food for thought 48 666
Cole, T. A multi-disciplinary earth systems course designed for pre-service middle-school teachers 55 218-221
Colson, M. The spirit of the volcano 48 574
Colson, R. The spirit of the volcano 48 574
Condit, C. Bringing the field into the classroom by using dynamic digital maps to engage undergraduate students in petrology research 52 313-319
Connor, C. Experimental Discoveries in Geoscience Educsation: The EDGE Program in Alaska 56 179-186
Constible, J.M. An immersion professional development program in environmental science for inservice elementary-school teachers 55 70-77
Conway, F.M. Communicating geoscience on the radio 48 603
Cook, R.F. "Exploring the relationship of scratch resistance, hardness, and other physical properties of minerals using Mohs scale minerals" 55 56-61
Cooke, M. Watch faults grow before your very eyes in a deformational sandbox 56 324-323
Cooper, B.C. Assessments as teaching and research tools in an environmental problem-solving program for in-service teachers 50 64-61
Corbett, E.A. Geology programs and disciplinary accreditation 49 130-134
Corbett, R.G. Rock-density exercises for introductory-level college courses 48 440-442
Corbett, R.G. Geology programs and disciplinary accreditation 49 130-134
Corgan, J.X. "Six syllabi from the early years of American geological education, 1817-1838" 58 21-31
Corgan, J.X. Rise and Fall of Geology in Nineteenth Century American Secondary Schools: History and Textbook Reviews 56 33-53
Corgan, J.X. Museum review 47 72-74
Coulter, B. "Natural disasters workshop integrating hands-on activities, internet-based data, and GIS " 50 437-443
Crannell, A. A course in mathematics and art 48 313-316
Crider, J.G. Inteegrating teaching with field research in the Wagon Rock Project 47 227-235
Cromer, A. Food for thought 47 94
Cromer, A. Food for thought 47 349
Cromer, A. Food for thought 47 272
Cromer, A. Food for thought 48 126
Cromer, A. Food for thought 48 18
Cross, K.P. Food for thought 50 175
Cross, P. Food for thought 49 442
Crossey, L. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Crow, R. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Croxen, F.W. Communicating geoscience on the radio 48 603
Culpepper, S.A. Fostering students' comprehension of topographic maps 55 5-16
Cundy, A. "Oceanography, an earth science perspective (reviewed) " 49 411-412
Curzan, A. Food for thought 50 168
Cutler, A. NAGT James H. Shea Award 57 84-85
Cutting, R.H. Requirements for a Workable Intern/Practicum in the Environmental Sciences: Experience for Careers and Graduate School 56 120-125
Czajkowski, K. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Czeck, D. Using candies to demonstrate concepts of weathering and sedimentary processes in lecture-based introductory Earth science courses 52 293-300