Author Index for the Years 1999-2010 : N

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Nadelson, L.S. Perceptions of the Nature of Science by Geoscience Students Experiencing Two Different Courses of Study 58 275-285
Neal, D.W. Teaching the practice of geology and communication using John McPhee's books 49 36-43
Nelson, K.G. Assessing the impact of geoscience laboratories on student learning: Who benefits from introductory labs? 58 43-50
Nelson, P.J. Geoscape: An instructional rock garden for inquiry-based cooperative learning exercises in introductory geology courses 51 171-176
Nelson, R.S. Rock-density exercises for introductory-level college courses 48 440-442
Nelson, R.S. Magnetic delineation of buried wastes at a church in Normal IL 48 137-144
Nelson, S.V. Students and scientists test prototype Mars rover 51 29-34
Nemchin, A. Teaching process mineralogy in Australia 52 45-51
Nesje, A. Glaciers and environmental change (reviewed) 50 112-113
Nesse, W.D. Introduction to mineralogy (reviewed) 49 412-413
Nesse, W.D. Book reviews 48 715-719
Nester, P.L. The Mastodon Matrix Project: An experiment with large-scale public collaboration in paleontological research 51 39-47
Neupauer, R. Integrating Topics in an IntroductoryHydrogeology Course Through a Semester-Long Hydraulic Cntainment Design Project 56 225-234
Newbill, P.L. Using national parks to transform physical geology into and inquiry experience 57 41-47
Newell, S.L. Application of tablet PCs to lecture demonstrations on optical mineralog 58 221-231
Newman, M. "Teaching pollutant fate and transport concepts to undergraduate non-science majors, environmental scientists, and hydrologists using Enviroland" 50 553-558
Newman, M. Teaching chemical speciation to environmental chemists and geochemists using Enviroland 50 549-552
Newman, M.E. A comprehensive stream study designed for an undergraduate non-majors course in earth science 47 158-165
Newton, R.G. Food for thought 48 381
Nguyen, C. Combining a historical geology project with a campus student organization's fund raising efforts 51 378-380
Nicholl, M.J. Using synthetic data and artificial wells to teach the construction and us of water-level contour maps 56 317-323
Nicholl, M.J. Teaching Darcy's Law through hands-on experimentation 48 216-221
Nichols, K.K. Quantifying urban land use and runoff changes through service-learning hydrology projects 51 365-372
Nichols, K.R. Teaching winter geohydrology using frozen lakes nd snowy mountains 47 402-427
Niemitz, J. Call for applications for NAGT editorship 47 107
Niemitz, J. [Advertisement for NAGT] executive director 50 88
Niemitz, J.W. Igneous-rock classification in a large introductory geology class 48 574
Niemitz, J.W. A role-playing exercise in coastal geology land use 48 578
Nieto-Obregon, J. "Geologic time scales, maps, and the chronoscalimeter" 49 25-29
Nieto-Samaniego, A.F. Assessing fault reactivation with the ReActiva program 48 651-657
Noam, E.M. Food for thought 48 336
Noll, M.R. Building bridges between field and laboratory studies in an undergraduate groundwater course 51 231-236
Norris, M. Nano2Earth: Incorporating cutting-edge research into secondary education through scientist-educator partnerships 55 402-412
Norton, S.A. "Design, implementation, and assessment of an Earth-Systems-Science course for secondary teachers" 52 379-385
Nottis, K.E.K. Using analogies to teach plate-tectonic concepts 47 449-454
Nowak, J.A. The problem with using problem-based learning to teach middle-school earth/space science in a high-stakes testing society 55 62-66
Nuhfer, E. Developing science literacy using interactive engagements for conceptual understanding of change through time 55 36-50
Nuhfer, E.B. "Geoscience education for realtors, appraisers, home inspectors, and homeowners" 52 453-461