American Geophysical Union
Using Data to Teach Earth ProcessesAn Illustrated Community Discussion at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America part of Cutting Edge:Data, Simulations and Models:Workshop 03:Activities
In order to make connections between the two disparate segments (lecture and laboratory) of a Petrology course; short exercises using real data accompany each laboratory exercise. Three examples are discussed pertain to granites, basalts, and andesites.
The AGU, its Fall Meeting, and a niche for two-year colleges part of Geoscience in Two-year Colleges:Supporting and Advancing Geoscience Education in Two-Year Colleges:Workforce, Transfer, and Careers:Preparing Students in Two-year Colleges for Careers:Essays
The American Geophysical Union is a not-for-profit society of Earth and space scientists with more than 61,000 members in 148 countries. Established in 1919 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., AGU advances the Earth and space sciences through its scholarly publications, meetings, and outreach programs.
Geoscience Careers and Salaries part of Starting Point-Teaching Entry Level Geoscience:First Day of Class:Activities
Pranoti Asher, Georgia Southern University Course: Introduction to Earth 80 students maximum Students are often surprised at - and interested in - the variety of careers available in the geosciences. The Activity I ...
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