2004 Denver Annual Meeting (November 7–10, 2004)
Session No. 62 Sunday, 7 November 2004
6:30 PM-8:30 PM, Colorado Convention Center: Exhibit Hall

T124. Using Field Observations and Field Experiences to Teach Geoscience: An Illustrated Community Discussion (Posters) (National Association of Geoscience Teachers; GSA Education Division)

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62-1150FIST-FIELD INVESTIGATIONS FOR SCIENCE TEACHERS: CARLSON, Galen Richard, Geological Sciences, California State Univ, Fullerton, MH254, 800 N. State College, Fullerton, CA 92834, GCarlson@Fullerton.edu
62-2151THE TIMES PROJECT (TEACHING INQUIRY-BASED MINNESOTA EARTH SCIENCE): HOW AN INTENSIVE FIELD-BASED COURSE BUILDS TEACHER CONTENT KNOWLEDGE AND PREPARES TEACHERS TO PROVIDE EARTH SCIENCE FIELD INVESTIGATIONS FOR THEIR STUDENTS: SCHMITT, Lee, Teacher Programs, Sci Museum of Minnesota, 120 W. Kellogg Blvd, Saint Paul, MN 55102, schmitt@smm.org, POUND, Kate S., Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, St. Cloud State Univ, 720 Fourth Avenue South, St. Cloud, MN 56301, JONES, Megan H., Geology, North Hennepin Community College, Brooklyn Park, MN 55445, and MEYERS, Jim, Geoscience, Winona State Univ, Winona, MN 55987
62-4153FIELD-ORIENTED LEARNING FOR EARTH SCIENCE TEACHERS: LUTZ, Tim, Department of Geology/Astronomy, West Chester University, West Chester, PA 19383, tlutz@wcupa.edu
62-5154ROLE OF GEOLOGY ROAD LOGS IN TEACHING FIELD GEOLOGY: MOORE, Andrew, HACKER, David, and HOLM, Daniel, Department of Geology, Kent State Univ, Kent, OH 44242, amoore5@kent.edu
62-6155GEOLOGY IN THE FIELD: A WRITING-INTENSIVE INTRODUCTORY COURSE: BRADY, John B., Department of Geology, Smith College, Northampton, MA 01063, jbrady@science.smith.edu
62-7156ACTIVE FIELD EXPERIENCES TO ENGAGE UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS AND NON-MAJORS: SROGI, LeeAnn, Department of Geology/Astronomy, West Chester Univ, 720 S Church St, West Chester, PA 19383-0001, esrogi@wcupa.edu and LUTZ, Timothy M., West Chester Univ, 750 S Church St, West Chester, PA 19383-0001
62-8157REVISITING NEARBY OUTCROPS TO BUILD DEPTH IN UNDERSTANDING: A TECHNIQUE FOR BUILDING TRANSFERABLE FIELD OBSERVATION AND INTERPRETATION SKILLS: POUND, Kate S., Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, St. Cloud State Univ, 720 Fourth Avenue South, St. Cloud, MN 56301, kspound@stcloudstate.edu
62-9158ORIENTEERING AS A TOOL TO TEACH MAP READING AND COMPASS SKILLS: CUNNINGHAM, Heather Scott, Geology, Kent State Univ Tuscarawas, 330 University Dr NE, New Philadelphia, OH 44663-9403, hcunningham@tusc.kent.edu
62-10159A GEOLOGIC WALK DOWN THE GRAND STAIRCASE: ZABEL, Garrett and WHITE, Sylvia, Science, Colorado Mountain College, 3000 County Road 114, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601, gzabel@gwsprings.net
62-11160GEOLOGIC PHOTO FIELD TRIPS TO VIEW ROCKS, GEOLOGIC STRUCTURES, AND LANDFORMS IN INTRODUCTORY PHYSICAL GEOLOGY: HARPER, Stephen B., Department of Geology, East Carolina Univ, Greenville, NC 27858, harpers@mail.ecu.edu
62-12161ONE OUTCROP, TWO POSSIBLE INTERPRETATIONS: USING FIELD WORK TO TEACH GEOLOGICAL REASONING: SEBASTIAN, Glenn R. and HAYWICK, Douglas W., Earth Sciences, Univ of South Alabama, LSCB 136, Mobile, AL 36618, gsebasti@jaguar1.usouthal.edu
62-13162MAKING FIELD EXPERIENCES MEANINGFUL: BAILEY, Christopher M., Dept. of Geology, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA 23187, cmbail@wm.edu
62-14163TEACHING A FIELD COURSE IN ICELAND: TEWKSBURY, Barbara J. and TEWKSBURY, David A., Department of Geology, Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Rd, Clinton, NY 13323-1218, btewksbu@hamilton.edu
62-15164PLAYING IT SAFE: RECOGNIZING AND MINIMIZING RISK WHEN WORKING WITH STUDENTS IN THE FIELD: TEWKSBURY, David A. and TEWKSBURY, Barbara J., Department of Geology, Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Rd, Clinton, NY 13323-1218, dtewksbu@hamilton.edu
62-16165THE VOYAGE OF THE OZARK EXPLORER AND THE IMPORTANCE OF EXPEDITION LOGISTICS: BOSS, Stephen K., Dept. of Geosciences, Univ of Arkansas, 113 Ozark Hall, Fayetteville, AR 72701, sboss@uark.edu
62-17166ACCESS TO FIELD SITES: A GROWING CONCERN FOR GEOSCIENCE EDUCATION: MOGK, D.W., Dept. Earth Sciences, Montana State Univ, Bozeman, MT 59717, mogk@montana.edu
62-18167A COMPARISON OF LEARNING BY INTEGRATING REAL AND VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS INTO AN INTRODUCTORY ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY COURSE: CANTWELL, Laurie B.1, MOGK, David W.2, CUSTER, Stephan1, and LOCKE, William W.3, (1) Dept. of Earth Sciences, Montana State Univ, Bozeman, MT 59717, lbcantwell@hotmail.com, (2) Dept. of Earth Sciences, Montana State Univ, Bozeman, MT 59717, (3) Earth Sciences, Montana State Univ, Bozeman, MT 59717
62-19168IS FIELDWORK GOOD? AN ANALYSIS OF THE STUDENT VIEW: BOYLE, Alan P., Earth & Ocean Sciences, Univ of Liverpool, 4 Brownlow Street, Liverpool, L69 3GP, apboyle@liverpool.ac.uk, MAGUIRE, Sarah, School of Biological and Environmental Science, Univ of Ulster, Coleraine, BT52 1SA, United Kingdom, MARTIN, Adrian, School of Environmental Sciences, Univ of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, United Kingdom, TURNER, Andrew, School of Science and Environment, Univ of Coventry, Coventry, CV1 5FB, United Kingdom, WURTHMANN, Sheena, School of Built and Natural Environment, Glasgow Caledonian Univ, Glasgow, G4 0BA, United Kingdom, RAWLINSON, Steve, School of Health, Community & Education Studies, Univ of Northumbria at Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE7 7XA, United Kingdom, MILSOM, Clare, Biological & Earth Sciences, Liverpool John Moores Univ, Liverpool, L3 3AF, United Kingdom, CONCHIE, Stacey, Psychology, Univ of Liverpool, Liverpool, L69 7ZA, United Kingdom, and NASH, Linda, School of Maritime and Coastal Studies, Southampton Institute, Southampton, SO14 0RB, United Kingdom
62-20169KNOWING WHAT WE KNOW: ASSESSING THE KECK CONSORTIUM'S CORE OUTCOMES FROM AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE: LAUER-GLEBOV, Jacqulyn M., Institutional Research, Carleton College, One North College Street, Northfield, MN 55057, jlauergl@acs.carleton.edu and PALMER, Beth A., Keck Geology Consortium, Carleton College, 1 North College Street, Northfield, MN 55057
62-21170ENVISIONING LARGE GEOLOGIC STRUCTURES FROM FIELD OBSERVATIONS: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY: ISHIKAWA, Toru and KASTENS, Kim A., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia Univ, 61 Route 9W, Palisades, NY 10964-8000, ishikawa@ldeo.columbia.edu
62-22171COMPUTER MANIPULATION OF SIMPLE 3D STRUCTURES: SUPPLEMENT, COMPLEMENT, OR REPLACE THE FIELD EXPERIENCE?: GUTH, Peter L., Department of Oceanography, US Naval Academy, 589 McNair Road, Annapolis, MD 21402, pguth@usna.edu
62-23172USING THE GEOWALL TO INCREASE SPATIAL UNDERSTANDING IN AN INTRODUCTORY-LEVEL FIELD CLASS: RIGGS, Nancy R., Department of Geology, Northern Arizona Univ, Box 4099, Flagstaff, AZ 86011, nancy.riggs@nau.edu and KELLY, Michael M., MMKAA Inc, 3354 N. Crest, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
62-24173STARTING POINT: USING WORDS AND PICTURES TO CAPTURE THE ESSENCE OF FIELD WORK: SAVINA, Mary E., Department of Geology, Carleton College, One N. College St, Northfield, MN 55057, msavina@carleton.edu and TEED, Rebecca, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College, One N. College St, Northfield, MN 55057
62-26175DIGITAL MAPS OF STUDENTS' DATA AS AN INTEGRAL COMPONENT OF GEOLOGY FIELD CAMP: DE PAOR, Declan G., Earth Sciences, Boston Univ, 685 Commonwealth Av, Boston, MA 02215, ddepaor@bu.edu, FEELY, Martin, Department of Geology, National Univ of Ireland, Galway, Galway, Ireland, KELLY, Stephen, Environmental Change Institute, National Univ of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, and WILLIAMS-STROUD, Sherilyn C., ChevronTexaco Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX 77401
62-27176MOBILE GIS IN GEOLOGIC MAPPING EXERCISES: NEUMANN, Klaus and KUTIS, Michael, Geology, Ball State U, Muncie, IN 47306, kneumann@bsu.edu
62-28177MODERN FIELD-ORIENTED EARTH SCIENCE INSTRUCTION: GEOPAD: KNOOP, Peter, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, knoop@umich.edu and VAN DER PLUIJM, Ben A., Department of Geological Sciences, Univ of Michigan, 425 E University Ave, 2534 C.C. Little Building, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1063
62-29178APPROPRIATENESS OF TECHNOLOGIES IN UNDERGRADUATE FIELD EXPERIENCES: LIVINGSTON, Jack, Geography, Geology and the Environment, Slippery Rock Univeristy, 107 SWC, Slippery Rock, PA 16057, jack.livingston@sru.edu and SCHIAPPA, Tamra, Department of Geography, Geology and the Environment, Slippery Rock Univ, Slippery Rock, PA 16057
62-30179FIELD EXPERIENCES AND HIGH-TECH EDUCATION: BALANCING REQUISITE UNDERGRADUATE SKILLS FOR 21ST CENTURY GEOSCIENTISTS: HEFFERAN, Kevin P., HEYWOOD, Neil C., and RICE, Keith W., Geography and Geology, Univ of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI 54481, kheffera@uwsp.edu
62-31180INCORPORATING EFFECTIVE FIELDWORK EXPERIENCES INTO LARGE CLASSES: VAJOCZKI, Susan, School of Geography and Geology, McMaster Univ, 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON L8S 2K1, vajoczki@mcmaster.ca
62-32181GEOLOGIC TECHNIQUES AND PROBLEM SOLVING: A COURSE FOR NEW MAJORS: GROVE, Karen, Department of Geosciences, San Francisco State Univ, 1600 Holloway Ave, San Francisco, CA 94132, kgrove@sfsu.edu
62-33182AN EARLY UNDERGRADUATE FIELD AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE, THE TOADSTOOL GEOLOGIC PARK PROJECT IN NORTHWEST NEBRASKA: MAHER, Harmon D. Jr, Univ Nebraska - Omaha, Dept Geography & Geology, Omaha, NE 68182-0199, Harmon_Maher@unomaha.edu
62-34183ENHANCING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND GEOLOGY MAJORS THROUGH INTEGRATION OF FIELD TRIPS INTO GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: KNOTT, Jeffrey R., BUTCHER, Patricia, CARLSON, Galen, LEVINE, Shoshana, MCCLAIN, Tom, WAREHAM, Stephen, WEAVER-BOWMAN, Kristin, and CURTIS, Williams, Department of Geological Sciences, California State Univ, Fullerton, Box 6850, Fullerton, CA 92834, jknott@FULLERTON.edu
62-35184EARLY EMERSION: A SOPHOMORE LEVEL FIELD PROJECT-BASED CORE COURSE IN GEOLOGY: KLEPEIS, Keith, Geology, Univ of Vermont, Burlington, VT 05405 and MEHRTENS, Charlotte, Department of Geology, Univ of Vermont, Perkins Bldg, UVM, Burlington, VT 05405, cmehrten@zoo.uvm.edu
62-36185TEACHING GEOSCIENCE TO NON-GEOLOGISTS: PETROLEUM-ENGINEERING GEOLOGY FIELD CAMP AT COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES: ANDERSON, Donna S., Geology & Geological Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Dept Geology, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO 80401, dsanders@mines.edu and MISKIMINS, Jennifer L., Petroleum Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Dept Petroleum Engineering, Colorado School of MInes, Golden, CO 80401
62-37186A DECADE OF GEOL 210 IN CALIFORNIA: TEACHING INTRODUCTORY FIELD METHODS TO NEW GEOSCIENCE MAJORS AT CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON: ZENTNER, Nick and RUBIN, Charles, Department of Geological Sciences, Central Washington Univ, Ellensburg, WA 98926, nick@geology.cwu.edu
62-38187DISCOVERING THE ANCESTRAL ROCKIES: A GUIDED FIELD INQUIRY FOR FIRST SEMESTER GEOLOGY STUDENTS: STANESCO, John D., Department of Natural Sciences, Red Rocks Community College, 13300 West Sixth Avenue, Lakewood, CO 80228, jack.stanesco@rrcc.edu
62-39188THE GEOLOGY OF NEW YORK: EDINBORO UNIVERSITY’S NEW FIELD GEOLOGY COURSE: REESE, Joseph F. and STRAFFIN, Eric C., Geosciences, Edinboro Univ of Pennsylvania, Cooper Hall, Edinboro, PA 16444, jreese@edinboro.edu
62-40189FIELD-BASED INSTRUCTION AS PART OF A BALANCED GEOSCIENCE CURRICULUM AT WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY: KNAPP, Elizabeth P.1, CONNORS, Christopher D.1, GREER, Lisa2, HARBOR, David J.1, SCHWAB, Frederick L.1, and SPENCER, Edgar W.1, (1) Department of Geology, Washington and Lee Univ, Lexington, VA 24450, knappe@wlu.edu, (2) Geology, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA 24450
62-41190INTEGRATING FIELD-BASED COURSES AND RESEARCH ACROSS THE GEOSCIENCE CURRICULUM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS: GOEDEN, Jeffrey, Geology, Univ of St. Thomas, 2115 Summit Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105, jcgoeden@stthomas.edu, LAMB, Melissa A., Geology Department, Univ of St. Thomas, OWS 153, 2115 Summit Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105, and HICKSON, Thomas A., Department of Geology, Univ of St. Thomas, 2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105
62-42191OH TAKE ME OUT TO THE FIELD: GEOLOGICAL EXCURSIONS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ROLLA: HOGAN, John P., ATEKWANA, Estella A., DUNN-NORMAN, Shari, ELMORE, A. Curt, GREGG, Jay, LAUDON, Robert C., MAERZ, Norbert H., OBOH-IKUENOBE, Francisca, ROGERS, J. David, and WRONKIEWICZ, David J., Geological Sciences and Engineering, Univ of Missouri - Rolla, 125 McNutt Hall, 1870 Miner Circle, Rolla, MO 65409-0410, jhogan@umr.edu
62-43192INTEGRATING GEOLOGY COURSES AND LABS WITH GEOLOGIC MAPPING IN THE FIELD: HOLM, Daniel K., MOORE, Andrew, and HACKER, David, Department of Geology, Kent State Univ, Kent, OH 44242, dholm@kent.edu
62-44193FIELD EXPERIENCE IN UTAH AS A CAPSTONE COURSE FOR GEOLOGY MAJORS: WILSON, Terry J., ELLIOT, David H., and COLLINSON, James, Dept. of Geological Sciences, Ohio State Univ, 125 S Oval Mall, Columbus, OH 43210, twilson@mps.ohio-state.edu
62-45194STUDYING EARTH SYSTEMS USING MULTIDISCIPLINARY DEPARTMENT FIELD TRIPS: CAMPBELL, Patricia A., SCHIAPPA, Tamra A., STAPLETON, Michael G., SMITH, Langdon, ZIEG, Michael, MATHIEU, Robert J., LIVINGSTON, Jack, and HATHAWAY, James T., Geography, Geology and the Environment, Slippery Rock Univ, Slippery Rock, PA 16057, patricia.campbell@sru.edu
62-46195FIELD INVESTIGATIONS OF A CAMPUS POND FOSTER INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES ACROSS THE SCIENCES: BARBER, D.C.1, HOYLE, B.L.1, LUKACS, K.2, and SUSSMAN, A.J.1, (1) Geology Dept, Bryn Mawr College, 101 N. Merion Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010, dbarber@brynmawr.edu, (2) Chemistry Dept, Bryn Mawr College, 101 N. Merion Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
62-47196AN INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD PROGRAM AT WESTMINSTER COLLEGE: GOLDIN, Alan, Environmental Science and Physics, Westminster College, 501 Westminster Avenue, Fulton, MO 65251, goldina@jaynet.wcmo.edu
62-48197ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY: A MODEL FOR A LIBERAL STUDIES COURSE GROUNDED IN A REGIONAL FIELD SETTING: BURKHART, Patrick A., VAN DYNE, Ashley, JAHN, Michael, and SCHIAPPA, Christopher, Geography, Geology and the Environment, Slippery Rock Univeristy, 107 SWC, Slippery Rock, PA 16057, patrick.burkhart@sru.edu
62-49198CORNELL UNIVERSITY FIELD PROGRAM IN EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS: MOORE, Alexandra, Cornell University, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Snee Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-1504, am113@cornell.edu
62-50199FIELD STUDY IN A PROJECT-BASED SOILS COURSE: MANKIEWICZ, Carol, Dept. of Geology, Beloit College, 700 College St, Beloit, WI 53511-5595, mankiewi@beloit.edu
62-51200A WOOLLY MAMMOTH EXCAVATION ON A COLLEGE CAMPUS IN WESTERN ILLINOIS PROVIDES UNDERGRADUATES WITH FIELD EXPERIENCE: TREWORGY, Janis D., Geology, Principia College, 1 Maybeck Place, Elsah, IL 62028, jdt@prin.edu, SAUNDERS, Jeffrey J., Illinois State Museum Rsch and Collection Ctr, 1920 S. 10 ˝ Street, Springfield, IL 62703, and GRIMLEY, David A., Illinois State Geological Survey, 615 E. Peabody Dr, Champaign, IL 61820
62-52201ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY IN THE FIELD AND LAB: DOWLING, Carolyn B., Byrd Polar Research Center, The Ohio State Univ, Columbus, OH 43210-1002, dowling.37@osu.edu, POREDA, Robert J., Earth and Env. Sci, Univ Rochester, Rochester, NY 14627-9000, and HUNT, Andrew G., United States Geol Survey, Denver Federal Center, Bld 21, MS 963, Denver, CO 80225
62-53202HAZARD MITIGATION RISK ASSESSMENT DATA: STUDENT OPPORTUNITES: SIMS, Wm. Jay, Department of Earth Sciences, Univ. of Arkansas, Little Rock, 2801 S. University, Little Rock, AR 72204-1099, wjsims@ualr.edu and CONNELLY, Jeffrey B., Department of Earth Sciences, Univ. of Arkansas, Little Rock, 2801 S. University Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72204-1099
62-54203INTEGRATING FIELD-BASED SERVICE-LEARNING INTO AN INTRODUCTORY HYDROLOGY COURSE: VAN HOESEN, John G., Environmental Studies, Green Mountain College, One College Circle, Poultney, VT 05764, vanhoesenj@greenmtn.edu
62-55204ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE LEARNING AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS: APPLYING SCIENCE-BASED SOLUTIONS TO URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS: SALAZAR, Kara A., Center for Earth and Environmental Science, Department of Geology, Indiana Univ - Purdue Univ Indianapolis, 723 West Michigan Street, SL 118, Indianapolis, IN 46202-5132, salazark@iupui.edu and TEDESCO, Lenore P., Department of Geology, Indiana Univ - Purdue Univ Indianapolis, 723 West Michigan Street, SL 118, Indianapolis, IN 46202-5132
62-56205HAVE YOU CONSIDERED DONATING YOUR FAVORITE DATA SET TO THE EDUCATION COMMUNITY?: TOWNSEND, M.A., Kansas Geological Survey, The Univ of Kansas, 1930 Constant Ave, Lawrence, KS 66047, townsend@kgs.ku.edu and DAVIS, John C., Department of Mathematics, Baker University, Baldwin City, KS 66006
62-57206HIGH PLAINS AQUIFER INFORMATION AND DATABASES: LARGE DATA SETS FOR EARTH SCIENCE AND GIS LEARNING AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT: MACFARLANE, P. Allen, WILSON, B.B., and TOWNSEND, Margaret A., Geohydrology Section, Kansas Geol Survey, University of Kansas, Campus West, 1930 Constant Ave, Lawrence, KS 66047, dowser@kgs.ku.edu
62-58207THE ROCKS REDISCOVERED: FIELD GEOLOGY AND THE HYDROGEOLOGIST: SIEGEL, Donald I., Department of Earth Sciences, Syracuse Univ, 204 Heroy Geology Laboratory, Syracuse, NY 13244-1070, disiegel@syr.edu and BAUER, Robert, Geological Sciences, Univ of Missouri, 101 Geology Building, Columbia, MO 65211
62-59208FIELD HYDROGEOLOGY CULTIVATES QUANTITATIVE PROFICIENCY, OBSERVATION SKILLS, AND COMMON SENSE: SANDERS, Laura L., Earth Science, Northeastern Illinois Univ, 5500 N. St. Louis Ave, Chicago, IL 60625-4699, L-Sanders@neiu.edu
62-60209SAN JUAN RIVER FIELD COURSE AT NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY: ANDERSON, Diana Elder1, ORT, Michael2, OSTERGREN, David3, SISK, Thomas3, ANDERSON, Kirk4, and BOWKER, Matthew3, (1) Center for Environmental Sciences and Education, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 86011, diana.anderson@nau.edu, (2) Department of Geology, Northern Arizona Univ, Box 4099, Flagstaff, AZ 86011, (3) Center for Environmental Sciences and Education, Northern Arizona Univ, P.O. Box 5694, Flagstaff, AZ 86011, (4) Quaternary Sciences Program, Northern Arizona Univ, P.O. Box 6013, Flagstaff, AZ 86011
62-61210ANALYZING A DRAINAGE BASIN TO UNDERSTAND FLOODING AND EROSION PROBLEMS: K-16 STUDENT LEVEL: GROGGER, Paul K., Geology, Univ of Colorado at Colorado Springs, 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80933-7150, pgrogger@uccs.edu
62-62211A FIELD-BASED EXPLORATORY ACTIVITY TO INTRODUCE SEDIMENTARY PROCESSES: EGGER, Anne E., Geological & Environmental Sciences, Stanford Univ, 450 Serra Mall, Bldg 320, Stanford, CA 94305, annegger@pangea.stanford.edu
62-63212FIELD EXPERIENCES FOR UNDERGRADUATES AT GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF A COASTAL PLAIN SETTING: TRUPE, Charles H. and RHODES, Dallas D., Department of Geology and Geography, Georgia Southern Univ, Statesboro, GA 30460, chtrupe@GeorgiaSouthern.edu
62-64213A CARIBBEAN SUMMER FIELD COURSE: COASTAL GEOMORPHOLOGY ON DOMINICA'S BEACHES AND CORAL REEFS: RAHN, Jennifer, Department of Geology, Baylor Univ, PO Box 97354, Waco, TX 70798-7354, Jennifer_Rahn@baylor.edu
62-65214THE ISLANDS OF BERMUDA AS A LABORATORY AND FIELD EXPERIENCE IN CARBONATE PRODUCING ORGANISMS: RUEGER, Bruce F., Colby College, Department of Geology, 5806 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, ME 04901-8858, bfrueger@colby.edu
62-66215“PRESENTING THE KEY TO THE PAST”: ADVANCING INSTRUCTION IN SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY THROUGH FIELD EXPERIENCES IN MODERN CARBONATE ENVIRONMENTS: SIEWERS, Fredrick D., MAY, Michael T., and KUEHN, Kenneth W., Dept. of Geography and Geology, Western Kentucky Univ, 1 Big Red Way, Bowling Green, KY 42101, fred.siewers@wku.edu
62-67216MODERN – ANCIENT COMPARISON AS THE FOCUS FOR A FIRST COURSE IN SEDIMENTOLOGY: O'CONNELL, Suzanne, E&ES, Wesleyan Univ, 265 Church St, Middletown, CT 06459, soconnell@wesleyan.edu
62-68217OUTCROPS AND LANDFORMS OF SOUTHWESTERN PA IN GEOLOGY CURRICULUM AT CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PA: NIKITINA, Daria, Department of Earth Sciences, California University of Pennsylvania, 250 University Ave, California, PA 15419, nikitina@cup.edu
62-69218THE CASE OF THE MYSTERY CONGLOMERATE: SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES ON FIELD TRIPS: SANKEY, Julia T., Dept of Physics, Physical Sciences, and Geology, California State Univ, Stanislaus, 801 West Monte Vista Ave, Turlock, CA 95382, julia@geology.csustan.edu
62-70219STUDENT INITIATED ENRICHMENT FIELD TRIPS AT OKLAHOMA: MARRA, Kristen R. and ELMORE, R. Douglas, School of Geology and Geophysics, Univ of Oklahoma, 100 E. Boyd St, Norman, OK 73019, kmarra@ou.edu
62-71220USING A FIELD PROJECT IN THE ARBUCKLE MOUNTAINS TO PROMOTE HYPOTHESIS-BASED LEARNING IN A STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY COURSE: TORREZ, Betsy D., Department of Geography and Geology, Sam Houston State Univ, Box 2148, Huntsville, TX 77341, gel_bjt@shsu.edu and COOPER, Brian J., Department of Geography and Geology, Sam Houston State Univ, Box 2148, Huntsville, TX 77341-2148
62-72221ONE METHOD OF PROJECT ORIENTED GEOSCIENCE: THE MELDING OF STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY: BADGER, Robert L., Department of Geology, State Univ of New York at Potsdam, Potsdam, NY 13676, badgerrl@potsdam.edu and CHIARENZELLI, Jeffrey R., Department of Geology, State Univ of New York, Potsdam, NY 13676
62-73222SAGE (SUMMER OF APPLIED GEOPHYSICAL EXPERIENCE): JIRACEK, George R., Dept. Geol. Sci, San Diego State Univ, San Diego, CA 92182, ALUMBAUGH, David L., Dept. Civil and Environ. Engin, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706, BIEHLER, Shawn, Dept. Geol. Sci, Univ of California, Riverside, CA 92521, BALDRIDGE, W. Scott, Earth and Environ. Sci. Div, Los Alamos National Lab, M. S. D462, Los Alamos, NM 87545, sbaldridge@lanl.gov, BRAILE, Lawrence W., Purdue Univ, 1397 Civil Engineering, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1397, FERGUSON, John F., Geosciences Dept, Univ Texas at Dallas, P.O. Box 688, Richardson, TX 75080, GILPIN, Bernard, Physics, Golden West College, Huntington Beach, CA 92606, and PELLERIN, Louise, Green Engineering Inc, Anchorage, AK 99507-3668

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