Author Index for the Years 1999-2010 : H

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AuthorTitleVolume Page #
Haddad, N. Developing meaningful student-teacher-scientist partnerships 51 91-95
Hadizadeh, J. An interdisciplinary course centered on student debate of current environmental issues 49 44-49
Hahn, D. "Exploring the social, moral, and temporal qualities of pre-service teachers' narratives of evolution" 53 456-461
Hales, T.C. Stimulating Social and Political Influences on Hazard Analysis Through a Classroom Role-Playing Exercise 56 54-60
Hall-Wallace, M.K. Using linear regression to determine plate motions 48 455-458
Hall-Wallace, M.K. Seismic waves live 48 575
Hall-Wallace, M.K. Integrating computing across a geosciences curriculum through an applications course 47 119-123
Hall-Wallace, M.K. Impact of a K-12partnership on science teaching 51 104-113
Hall-Wallace, M.K. Geoscape: An instructional rock garden for inquiry-based cooperative learning exercises in introductory geology courses 51 171-176
Hall-Wallace, M.K. Earthquakes and other disasters of the day 48 593-594
Hall-Wallace, M.K. "Design, implementation, and evaluation of GIS-based learning materials in an introductory geoscience course " 50 5-14
Hall-Wallace, M.K. Building university-school partnerships: An exercise in communication and understanding 51 96-103
Hall, F.R. Advancing the REVOLUTION: Using Earth systems science to prepare elementary-school teachers in an urban environment 52 338-344
Hall, J.C. Requirements for a Workable Intern/Practicum in the Environmental Sciences: Experience for Careers and Graduate School 56 120-125
Hallar, A.G. Science in the mountains: A unique research experience to enhance diversity in the geosciences 58 95-100
Hallar, B. Science in the mountains: A unique research experience to enhance diversity in the geosciences 58 95-100
Hallman, C.L. Environmental History of the Southwest as a General Science Education Course 56 212-219
Halstead, J.A. Home energy conservation exercise 51 521-526
Haltuch, M. Global warming: the complete briefing (reviewed) 49 65-66
Halvorson, S.J. "Earthquake emergency education in Dushanbe, Tajikistan" 58 86-94
Ham, N.R. Surface processes and landforms (2nd ed.) (reviewed) 49 69-70
Hancock, G. Acceptance of 2004 Biggs Award 53 128-129
Hancock, G. 2004 NAGT and GSA geoscience education awards 53 124-129
Hancock, G.S. Measuring stream discharge in the field 48 582
Hand, J.D. A paleontology network inquiry consortium: Impact on teachers 51 317-321
Hanks, C. Survey development for measuring the near-term effectiveness of a program to recruit minority geoscientists 55 244-250
Hanley, D. "Scientists and public outreach: Participation, motivations, and impediments" 53 281-293
Hannula, K.A. Revising geology labs to explicitly us the scientific method 51 194-200
Hansen, T.A. Moonsnail project: A scientific collaboration with middle-school teachers and students 51 35-38
Harber, J.M. Assessments as teaching and research tools in an environmental problem-solving program for in-service teachers 50 64-71
Harbor, D.J. Testing the waters: Can you involve community action in your college curriculum? 51 294-298
Harbor, J. "Water towers, pump houses, and mountain streams: Students' ideas about watersheds" 53 381-386
Harbor, J. Using assessment to evaluate and improve inquiry-based geoenvironmental science activities: Case study of a middle school watershed E. coli investigation 53 204-214
Harbor, J.M. A capstone course in environmental geosciences 48 617-623
Harden, D.R. Book review 47 93-94
Hardin, G. Food for thought 47 44
Hardin, G. Food for thought 48 215
Harlow, G.E. Book review 47 195-199
Harnik, P. [Call for manuscripts for theme issue of JGE on] Collaborative partnerships that link geoscience research and K-16education 50 39
Harnik, P.G. The Mastodon Matrix Project: An experiment with large-scale public collaboration in paleontological research 51 39-47
Harnik, P.G. Models of inquiry-based science outreach to urban schools 52 420-428
Harnik, P.G. Developing effective K-16geoscience research partnerships 51 5-8
Harnik, P.G. Assessing data accuracy when involving students in authentic paleontological research 51 76-84
Harper, S.B. Large-format table-top charts for rock classification 48 572
Harpp, K.S. Volcanoesin the classroom: A simulation of an eruption 53 173-175
Harpp, K.S. Simulating a volcanic crisis in the classroom 50 410-418
Harris, D.H. Using the internet to prepare a term paper for a geology course 47 17-22
Harris, J.F. Food for thought 48 672
Harris, M.T. Strategies for implementing pedagogical changes by faculty at a research university 49 50-55
Harris, M.T. Developing geoscience student-learning-centered courses 50 515-523
Harrison, W.J. "Weathering of ignesous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks in a semi-arid climate - Clay mineralogy in a geological-engineering context" 55 295-309
Hartley, J.E. Geoscience research at liberal arts colleges: school rankings 49 267-273
Hartman, J.H. GeoDIL 50 220
Hawley, D. Building conceptual understanding in young scientists 50 363-371
Hay, G. Students' conceptions of scale regarding groundwater 53 374-380
Haywick, D.W. Overcoming challenges of teaching Earth history classes for teachers in a rock-free urban environment 52 429-432
Heaney, P.J. Real-time analysis of student comprehension: An assessment of electronic student-response technology in an introductory Earth-science course 52 345-351
Heaston, T. Teaching rocks & minerals in a hands-on lab: A teaching and learning experince for pre-credential undergraduates at CSU Chico 56 401-407
Heath, C.P.M. The technical and non-technical skills needed by Canadian-based mining companies 48 5-18
Heath, C.P.M. Technical skills needed by oil companies 48 605-616
Hedley, M.L. SATELLITES: Students and teachers exploring local landscapes to interpret the Earth from space 56 383-393
Hefbert, B.E. The Effect of Using Inquiry and Multiple Representations on Introductory Geology Students' conceptuoal Model development of Coastal Eutrophication 56 201-211
Hefferan, K. "Cover image of Mariscal Mountain anticline in Big Bend National Park, TX " 49 419
Heidari, M. Book review 47 402-403
Heidemann, M. "Box diagrams to assess students' systems thinking about the rock, water and carbon cycles" 55 138-146
Heidemann, M. A novel approach to teaching and understanding transformations of matter in dynamic earth systems 57 233-241
Heiken, G. Book review 47 91-92
Heine, K. Book review 47 400-401
Heister, L.E. Case-based learning in an upper-level petrology laboratory 55 80-84
Heitman, B.A Visual BASIC 6 program that facilitates learning the characteristics of simple and pure shear through experimentation 50 559-565
Hellmich-Bryan, J. Informal geoscience education on a grand scale: The trail of time exhibition at Grand Canyon 56 354-361
Hemler, D.A. Sustaining K-12 professional development in geology: Recurrent participation in RockCamp 52 161-171
Henchman, M. Case studies of the geochemical investigations of art for science and science-and-art courses 48 "292-294