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Teaching Hydrogeology in the Field

Field experiences are a critical part of a geoscience student's education and have long been one of the foundations of geoscience education. Below, you will find links to presentations, posters, and teaching activities presented by participants at several workshops that speak to a variety of ways they have taught hydrology with and through field work.

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Field Trips

Water Wars field trip experience: a comparison of real and virtual field trips
Laurie Cantwell, Montana State University (grad student)
Using Field Observations and Experiences to Teach Geoscience 2004

Relating water issues to students' lives and to local history and prehistory (PowerPoint 2MB Mar9 08)
Laura Serpa, University of Texas at El Paso
Urban Students, Urban Issues 2008

Service Learning Projects

Investigating Contaminant Transport and Environmental Justice Issues in a Local Watershed Through Service Learning Projects with Sierra Club (PowerPoint 1.3MB Feb3 10)
Jennifer Houghton, Rhodes College
Watch the Screencast (Flash Video 142.7MB Feb5 10) / Teaching Service Learning in the Geosciences 2010

Monitoring The Poultney River: A Service-Learning Project with the Poultney Mettowee Watershed Partnership
John G Van Hoesen, Green Mountain College
Using Field Observations and Experiences to Teach Geoscience 2004

Research Projects

Investigating groundwater-surface water interactions using a multidisciplinary approach involving hydrogeology, geology, and geophysics
Bob Bauer, University of Missouri
Using Field Observations and Experiences to Teach Geoscience 2004

Top-Down and Bottom-Up: Investigating Perturbations to a Lake Ecosystem (Acrobat (PDF) 17.5MB Aug11 10)
Tara Curtin, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Teaching Geoscience in the Field 2010

A Field Course in the Snow! Learning Goals, Preparation, and Assessment (PowerPoint 5.6MB Aug24 10)
Steve Custer, Montana State University
Snow Stratigraphy Exercise Grading Rubric (Excel 21kB Aug4 10) / Teaching Geoscience in the Field 2010

Acid Mine Drainage Field-Lab Experience Round I (PowerPoint 4.6MB Jun14 05)
Greg Druschel, University of Vermont
Teaching Geochemistry 2005

Student research projects on the impact of pharmaceuticals and personal care products on the environment (PowerPoint 2MB Mar9 08)
Syed Hasan, Unviersity of Missouri, Kansas City
Urban Students, Urban Issues 2008

Student research projects on urban wetlands (Acrobat (PDF) 6.9MB Mar9 08)
Solomon Isiorho. Indiana-Purdue University, Ft. Wayne
Urban Students, Urban Issues 2008

Field Guides and Databases

The NAGT Field Trip Collection contains more than 50 field trips and examples. The examples in this collection share information about the design of the trips and their important characteristics in addition to providing easy access to field guides. In addition, you can find information for teaching in the field in these other collections:


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