Author Index for the Years 1999-2010 : F

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Fan, Q. "An integrated earth science, astronomy, and physics course for elementary-education majors" 57 152-158
Farver, J.R. Magma ascent rates from mineral reaction rims and extension to teaching about volcanic hazards 49 140-145
Fastovsky, D.E. A model for integrating the public into scientific research 51 71-75
Fayon, A.K. "Exploring the relationship of scratch resistance, hardness, and other physical properties of minerals using Mohs scale minerals" 55 56-61
Fayon, A.K. Doing time: Apatite fission-track analysis in undergraduate science courses 55 222-227
Fedorenko, Y.V. School yard seismology 51 329-335
Fegel, L. Designing and implementing earth science courses for a new integrated science program for K-8 teachers 56 417-421
Feig, A.D. "Technology, accuracy and scientific thought in field camp: an ethnographic study" 58 241-251
Felton, A. "Teacher workshops using geoantiquities: Case history of modern Great Salt Lake and Pleistocene Lake Bonneville shorelines, Utah" 52 438-444
Fenster, M.S. A jigsaw exercise in classification of coasts 48 579
Feurer, R. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication network 47 12-16
Fichter, L.S. "Strategies and rubrics for teaching chaos and complex systems theories as elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating evolutionary systems" 58 68-85
Fichter, L.S. "Expanding evolutionary theory beyond Darwinism with elaborating, self-organizing, and fractionating complex evolutionary systems" 58 58-64
Field, J. Promoting K-12 community research and service through the Washington earth-science initiative 51 54-63
Field, J. A two-week guided inquiry project for an undergraduate geomorphology course 51 255-261
Fienen, M.N. "The three-point problem, vector analysis and extension to the N-point problem" 53 257-262
Filippelli, G.M. Secondary students' subject matter representations of climate change 56 307-316
Filkorn, H.E. Geology underfoot in central Nevade (reviewed) 50 484
Fillmore, R. "The geology of the parks, monuments, and wildlands of southern Utah (reviewed) " 49 410
Fillmore, R. Book reviews 48 715-719
Fischman, S. Cartoon on Tyranosaurus rex 47 220
Fischman, S. Cartoon on San Andreas fault and art 48 348
Fischman, S. Cartoon on Oedipus T-rex 47 427
Fischman, S. Cartoon on Neanderthal man 47 149
Fischman, S. Cartoon on early clothes shopping 47 38
Fischman, S. Cartoon on cave women 47 330
Fischman, S. Cartoon about innumeracy 48 499
Fischman, S. Cartoon about geology field trips 48 29
Fischman, S. Cartoon about dinosaurs 48 616
Fischman, S. Cartoon about barbecuing 48 136
Fisher, R.V. Book review 47 91-92
Fluegeman, R.H. Maintaining a small-group discussion focus while bringing international issues into the large classroom 52 260-265
Folt, C.L. Book reviews 48 715-719
Folwell, S. Survey development for measuring the near-term effectiveness of a program to recruit minority geoscientists 55 244-250
Fonstad, M. Cover photograph of sand bars of the Wisconsin river deltaic complex 50 "1, 3"
Fonstad, M.A. The transparent velocity-head rod for inexpensive and accurate measurement of stream velocities 53 44-52
Fonstad, T. Cover photograph of sand bars of the Wisconsin river deltaic complex 50 "1, 3"
Foos, A. A course to meet the natur of science and inquiry standards within an authentic service-learning experience 55 211-217
Foote, S. Food for thought 49 139
Ford, D.J. Sixth graders' conceptions of rocks in their local environment 51 373-377
Fortey, R. Food for thought 50 48
Fortner, R.W. International geoscience educators' perceptions of approaches to K-12 science education for the 21st century 53 198-203
Fortner, S.K. Fourth and fifth grade students learn about renewable and nonrenewable energy through inquiry 57 121-127
Fossen, H. The use of information technology to enhance learning in geological field trips 50 528-538
Fouque, F.A. Book reviews 48 392-393
Fox, M.J. Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed research project 47 266-271
Frack, S. The Nebraska Earth Science Education Network electronic communication network 47 12-16
Francek, M. Web-based interactive exercises for the Earth sciences 52 393-395
Francek, M. Web resourcesreview: Maps and map tools 50 215-217
Francek, M. Web resources: Weather on the Web 50 469-470
Francek, M. Web resources: The cryosphere and the Pleistocene 51 272-273
Francek, M. Web resources: The best Earth science Web sites according to the real experts 51 456-457
Francek, M. Web resources: Rivers on the Web 50 624-625
Francek, M. Web resources: Remote sensing imagery of environmental change 51 155-156
Francek, M. Web resources for the seasons 53 217-218
Francek, M. Web resources for fieldwork 52 505-506
Francek, M.A. Using food to demonstrate Earth-science concepts: A review 52 154-160
Francis, R.D. "Student participation in an offshore seismic-reflection study of the Palos Verdes Fault, California continental borderland" 47 23-30
Frankel, C. Book reviews 48 545-548
Frantz, M. A course in mathematics and art 48 313-316
Friedland, A.J. Book reviews 48 715-719
Friedman, G.M. Letter - [early days of NAGT and JGE] 48 396
Frodeman, R. Food for thought 48 221
Fryar, A.E. Incorporating a watershed-based summary field exercise into an introductory hydrogeology course 58 214-220
Fryar, A.E. Book review 47 498
Frye, F. Teaching chemical speciation to environmental chemists and geochemists usisng Enviroland 50 549-552
Fryxell, J.E. A review of three books on natural disasters 51 536-537
Fuller, E.R. Using dendroclimatology in a student-directed research project 47 266-271
Furbish, D.J. "Corks, buoyancy, and wave-particle dynamics" 48 500-507
Furman, T. Increasing diversity in the geosciences: Recruitment programs and student self-efficacy 58 32-42
Furman, T. A data-intensive approach to studying climate and climate change in Africa 48 464-468