Session No. 102 Wednesday, November 7, 2001

8:00 AM-12:00 PM, Hynes Convention Center: Hall D
Geoscience Education (Posters)
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102-025A MONTHLY NEWSLETTER AS A SUPPLEMENTAL ADVISING TOOL FOR A LARGE DEPARTMENT: GUERTIN, Laura A., Geosciences, Penn State Delaware County, 25 Yearsley Mill Road, Media, PA 19063-5596, lguertin@alum.bucknell.edu.
102-026DOES AN INSTRUCTOR’S LEARNING STYLE INFLUENCE STUDENT PERFORMANCE? A PRELIMINARY STUDY: AMIGO, Alejandro E., Geology and Earth Science, Sierra College, 5000 Rocklin Rd, Rocklin, CA 95677, aamigo@scmail.sierra.cc.ca.us.
102-027TEACHING ASSISTANTS, AN UNDERUTILIZED RESOURCE IN GEOSCIENCE EDUCATION: TOTTEN, Iris Moreno, Curriculum and Instruction, Univ of New Orleans, Lakefront, New Orleans, LA 70148, itotten@uno.edu.
102-028SENECA LAKE WATERSHED: AN IDEAL HYDROGEOCHEMICAL NATURAL LABORATORY: HALFMAN, John D., Environmental Studies & Dept of Geoscience, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY 14456, Halfman@hws.edu and BALDWIN, Sandra M., Dept. of Geoscience, William Smith College, Geneva, NY 14456
102-029THE ADOPTION OF THE HOLES CREEK WATERSHED: BUILDING A PARTNERSHIP THAT PROMOTES GEOSCIENCE EDUCATION AT ALL LEVELS: OBERHAUS, Melissa A. and PAIR, Donald L., Department of Geology, Univ of Dayton, 300 College Park, Dayton, OH 45469-2364, omekissa@hotmail.com
102-030THE WEST GEORGIA WATERSHED ASSESSMENT AND UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH: FIELD AND LABORATORY EXPERIENCE WITH REAL WORLD RESEARCH: HOLLABAUGH, Curtis L., BARTLEY, Julie K., KATH, Randal L., and WATERS, Johnny A., Geosciences, State Univ of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA 30118, chollaba@westga.edu
102-031TEACHING UNDERGRADUATE HYDROGEOLOGY USING AN ON-CAMPUS WELL FIELD: BALANCING THEORY AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION: MAYER, James R., Geosciences Department, State Univ of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA 30118, jmayer@westga.edu.
102-032ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY FOR ALL STUDENTS: ASSESSMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE COURSES IN A NEW CORE CURRICULUM: BATTLES, Denise A.1, REICHARD, James S.1, RICH, Fredrick J.1, and FRANKS, Melvin E.2, (1) Department of Geology and Geography, Georgia Southern Univ, P.O. Box 8149, Statesboro, GA 30460, dbattles@gasou.edu, (2) Georgia Southern Univ, Statesboro, GA 30460
102-033INTERDISCIPLINARY HYDROGEOLOGICAL, GEOCHEMICAL, AND GEOPHYSICAL STUDY AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL: SALVAGE, Karen1, GRANEY, Joseph1, and BARKER, Jeffrey2, (1) Dept. of Geological Sciences and Environmental Studies, Binghamton Univ, Binghamton, NY 13902, ksalvage@binghamton.edu, (2) Dept. of Geological Sciences and Environmental Studies, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY 13902
102-034REAL WORLD EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES–STRATEGIES FOR EDUCATING THE NON-SCIENTIST ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES MAJOR WITH CASE STUDIES IN ENVIRONMENTAL GEOMORPHOLOGY AND SEDIMENTOLOGY: MAXSON, Julie A., Department of Geology, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN 55057, jmaxson@gac.edu.
102-035USING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE SCALE MODEL EXPERIMENTS FOR IMPROVED TEACHING AND LEARNING: BURGER, H. Robert and SNIDER, Michelle B., Department of Geology, Smith College, Northampton, MA 01063, rburger@email.smith.edu
102-036GEOINFORMATICS: A GEOTECHNICAL DEGREE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY: WINIARZ, Nancy, Department of Geology and Department of Computer Science, Baylor University, Waco, TX 76798, Nancy_Winiarz@baylor.edu.
102-037NET BASED FOSSIL IDENTIFICATION FOR COMMON FOSSILS FROM THE CINCINNATIAN (UPPER ORDOVICIAN) OF SOUTHWESTERN OHIO: WHITMORE, John H., Science and Mathematics, Cedarville Univ, 251 N. Main St, Cedarville, OH 45314, whitjohn@cedarville.edu.
102-038PALEOMAGNETIC ANALYSIS PROGRAM FOR RESEARCH AND UNDERGRADUATE LABS: ZHANG, Chunfu and OGG, James G., Purdue Univ, 1397 Civil Engineering, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1397, czhang6@purdue.edu
102-039USING THE SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE FOR DISCOVERY BASED LEARNING IN UNDERGRADUATE COURSES: BEANE, Rachel J., Geology, Bowdoin College, 6800 College Station, Brunswick, ME 04011, rbeane@bowdoin.edu.
102-040CONSTRUCTION OF A FORTY MILE SOLAR SYSTEM SCALE MODEL IN NORTHERN MAINE: MCCARTNEY, Kevin, Univ of Maine at Presque Isle, Presque Isle, ME 24069, mccartnk@polaris.umpi.maine.edu.
102-041COALITION FOR NATURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD TRIPS: ROMERO, Richard, Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, El Paso Idependent School District, PO Box 20100, El Paso, TX 79998, rxromer1@episd.org, GOODELL, Philip, Geological Sciences, Univ of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX 79968, and BARRAZA, Leonel, Centro de Estudios Biologicos, Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez, Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico
102-042INTEGRATION OF GIS AND GPS INTO BALL STATE UNIVERSITY'S FIELD CAMP: SAMUELSON, Alan C. and KUTIS, Michael, Ball State Univ, 2000 W University Ave, Muncie, IN 47306-0002, mkutis@gw.bsu.edu
102-043IDEAS FOR VISUALIZING RISKY FUTURES BASED ON ENSEMBLES OF STOCHASTIC SIMULATIONS: LUTZ, Tim, Dept. of Geology and Astronomy, West Chester Univ, West Chester, PA 19383, tlutz@wcupa.edu.
102-044U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CD-ROM BASED PETROLEUM ASSESSMENTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE GEOLOGY LABORATORIES: EVES, Robert L.1, DAVIS, Larry E.2, TAKAHASHI, Kenneth I.3, and DYMAN, Thaddeus S.3, (1) Geosciences, Southern Utah Univ, 351 W. Center St, Cedar City, UT 84720, eves@suu.edu, (2) Biology, College of St. Benedict, St. John's University, Collegeville, MN 56321-3000, (3) Energy Resources Team, U.S. Geol Survey, Box 25046, Denver Federal Center, MS 939, Denver, CO 80225-0046
102-045DIGITAL FIELD MAPPING INSTRUCTION WITH POCKET PC COMPUTERS: FRIZADO, Joseph, Dept. of Geology, Bowling Green State Univ, 190 Overman Hall, Bowling Green, OH 43403, frizado@bgnet.bgsu.edu and ONASCH, Charles M., Bowling Green State Univ, 190 Overman Hall, Bowling Green, OH 43403-0218
102-046THE NEMO EXPLORER WEB SITE: VIRTUAL EXPLORATION OF THE NEMO SEAFLOOR OBSERVATORY, AXIAL VOLCANO, JUAN DE FUCA RIDGE: WEILAND, Charles1, CHADWICK, Bill2, and EMBLEY, Robert2, (1) Earth Sciences, Stanford Univ, Bldg 320 Rm 118, Stanford, CA 94305-2115, cweiland@stanford.edu, (2) Hatfield Marine Sci Ctr, 2115 SE OSU Dr, Newport, OR 97365-5258
102-047OBJECT-ORIENTED PARADIGM: AN EFFICIENT TOOL FOR TEACHING AND RESEARCH IN STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY: BABAIE, Hassan A., Department of Geology, Georgia State Univ, Atlanta, GA 30303, geohab@panther.gsu.edu and BABAEI, Abbed, Dept. of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences, Cleveland State Univ, Cleveland, OH 44115
102-048POE--USING THE INTERNET FOR PERSONALIZED LEARNING IN A LARGE ENROLLMENT INTRODUCTORY EARTH SCIENCE CLASS: HILL, Barbara M., SIEGEL, Donald I., HELLER, Adam, BALMEO, Michelle, FEINGOLD, Ashley, and BELKNAP, Joe, Department of Earth Sciences, Syracuse Univ, 204 Heroy Geology Laboratory, Syracuse, NY 13244-1070, bhill@syr.edu
102-049PROJECT MAMMOTH PARK: CONNECTING SCIENTISTS AND TEACHERS: GUMMER, Edith S., Science and Mathematics Education, Oregon State Univ, Room 251 Weniger Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331, egummer@orst.edu.
102-050PROJECT GO: ARKANSAS' GEOLOGICAL ORIENTATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL-LEVEL STUDENTS: MCFARLAND, John David1, SHOFNER, Kirby2, RAHRLE, Bob3, MONTGOMERY, Diane3, and WILLIAMS, Wendi J.W.4, (1) Arkansas Geol Commission, Vardelle Parham Geology Center, 3815 West Roosevelt Road, Little Rock, AR 72204, John.McFarland@mail.state.ar.us, (2) Project GO Director, Little Rock Central High School, 1500 Park Street, Little Rock, AR 72202, (3) Brookland Public Schools, P.O. Box 35, Brookland, AR 72417, (4) Department of Earth Sciences, Univ of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2801 South University Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72204, wjwwilliams@ualr.edu
102-051DOING WHAT GEOLOGISTS DO:ENCOURAGING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO ENGAGE IN AUTHENTIC FIELD RESEARCH: MILLETTE, Patricia M., Science, Mt. Blue High School, 140 Prescott St, Farmington, ME 04938, patti.millette@maine.edu.
102-052K-12 HANDS-ON EARTH HISTORY ACTIVITIES AT THE EARTH SCIENCE EDUCATION NETWORK, KENTUCKY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: RUTHVEN, Carol L., GREB, Stephen F., and CHESNUT, Donald R. Jr, Kentucky Geol Survey, 228 MMRB, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506, cruthven@kgs.mm.uky.edu

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