Subject 1999 - 2010 : Hydrogeology and hydrology

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Incorporating a watershed-based summary field exercise into an introductory hydrogeology courseFryar, A.E. & others58214-220
A comparative analysis of onling learning materials aimed toward integrating Great Lakes science into the K-8 classroomEidietis, L. & others58188-196
Pitfalls and successes of developing an interdisciplinary watershed field science coursePearce, A.R. & others58145-154
One-week module on stochastic groundwater modeling (Note - Erratum: v. 58, p. 121)Mays, D.C.58101-109
Environmental media phase-tracking units in the classroomLangseth, D.E.57206-213
Investigating the sedimentary history of a pond during a multi-week laboratory projectDiemer, J.A. and Bobyarchick5615-23
An active learning exercise for introducing ground-water extraction through confined aquifersSingha, K.56131-134
Integrating topics in an introductory hydrogeology course through a semester-long hydraulic containment design projectNeupauer, R.56225-234
Demonstrating the stratification of dimicitic and meromictic lakes in a fish tankRodbell, D.T.56225-247
Using synthetic data and artificial wells to teach the construction and use of water-level contour mapsNicholl, M.J. and others56317-323
Helping students make the transition from novice learner of ground-water concepts to expert using the Plume Busters software Macfarlane, P.A., Bohling, G., Thompson, K.W., & Townsend, M. 54 610-619
Dam fun: A scale-model classroom experiment for teaching basic concepts in hydrology and sedimentary geology Passey, B.H., Cerling, T.E., & Chan, M.A. 54 487-490
An on-campus well field for hydrogeophysics education and undergraduate research Day-Lewis, F.D., Gray, M.B., Garfield, R.L., & Day-Lewis, A.D. 54 480-486
Using environmental service learning in an urban environment to address water-quality issues Tedesco, L.P. & Salazar, K.A. 54 123-132
The Muddy Creek project: Evolution of a field-based research and learning collaborative LaSage, D.M., Jones, A., & Edwards, T. 54 109-115
Building groundwater-monitoring wells on campus a case study and primer Laton, W.R. 54 50-53
Teacher/scientist partnership develops a simulated natural-disaster scenario to enhance student learning Wurstner, S., Herr, C., Andrews, G., and Alley, K.F 53 522-530
Preparing geologists for careers in engineering geology and hydrogeology Santi, P.M. and Higgins, J.D 53 513-521
The vale of reservoir-bottom field trips for undergraduate geology courses Ambers, R.K.R 53 508-512
A winter field-based course on limnology and paleolimnology Rodbell, D.T. and Gremmillion, P.T 53 494-500
Cover photograph of Union College students and faculty sampling sediment from frozen Ballston Lake, New York Rodbell, D.T. and Gremmillion, P.T 53 485
Computation geology 31: Visualizing averages - The 60% relative depth rule for stream velocity Vacher, H.L 53 478-481
Water towers, pump houses, and mountain streams: Students' ideas about watersheds Shepardson, D.P., Harbor, J., and Wee, B 53 381-386
Students' conceptions of scale regarding groundwater Dickerson, D., Callahan, T.J., Van Sickle, M., and Hay, G 53 374-380
A study of junior high students' perceptions of the water cycle Ben-zvi-Assarf, O. and Orion N 53 366-373
The three-point problem, vector analysis and extension to the N-point problem Fienen, M.N 53 257-262
Using assessment to evaluate and improve inquiry-based geoenvironmental science activities: Case study of a middle school watershed E. coli investigation Patterson, L.A. and Harbor, J 53 204-214
The transparent velocity-head rod for inexpensive and accurate measurement of stream velocities Fonstad, M.A., Reichling, J.P., and van de Grift, J.W 53 44-52
Connecting urgan students with their rivers generates interest and skills in the geosciences O'Connell, S., Ortiz, J. and Morrison, J 52 462-471
Urban watershed studies - An off-campus site in the build environment, northern New Jersey Pardi, R.R., Sebetich, M.J., and Swanson, K 52 411-415
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