Julie Baldwin

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Geosciences
University of Montana-Missoula, The

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Activities (3)

Volcanoes Writing Assignment part of Cutting Edge:Introductory Courses:Activities
Students write an original work of fiction pertaining to the geology of stratovolcanoes and their eruptive hazards.

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Teaching Geoscience Concepts with Google Earth part of Cutting Edge:Introductory Courses:Activities
This is an activity that was developed for a teacher development program to introduce the various ways Google Earth could be used to explore geoscience concepts.

What can zircons tell us about the Early Earth? part of Cutting Edge:Early Earth:Activities
This image shows an array of Jack Hill zircons arranged on a piece of tape prior to casting in epoxy. Details Students create U-Pb concordia plots in Excel to experience the methods used to date the worlds oldest zircons and use these results to explore what geologic processes were active on the Early Earth.

Course

General Geology part of Cutting Edge:Introductory Courses:Courses
What are minerals? How do rocks form? Can rocks bend? How do we know the age of rocks? This course will explore these questions through a study of the fundamentals of earth processes and materials.

Other Contributions (5)

When did plate tectonics begin? part of Cutting Edge:Early Earth:Key Questions about the Early Earth
Submitted by Julie Baldwin, The University of Montana Plate tectonics is a feature that makes planet Earth unique in our solar system. However, there is controversy over how and when plate tectonics begin. Most ...

THERMOCALC: P-T Pseudosections part of Integrating Research and Education:Teaching Phase Equilibria
Julie Baldwin, University of Montana Programs The programs that allow you do these calculations and produce graphical output are: THERMOCALCthe 'thermodynamic calculator' DRAWPDtakes output from ...

Advanced Modeling Programs: Perplex-THERMOCALC Comparison part of Integrating Research and Education:Teaching Phase Equilibria
Dave Hirsch, Western Washington University and Julie Baldwin, University of Montana Both Perplex and THERMOCALC have the ability to create a wide range of phase diagrams, pseudosections, and estimate mineral and ...

THERMOCALC AveragePT Calculations part of Integrating Research and Education:Teaching Phase Equilibria
Julie Baldwin, University of Montana What is it? The type of thermobarometry that THERMOCALC does relies on the calculation of multiple reactions based on an internally-consistent dataset. This has been termed ...

Advanced Modeling Programs: Introduction to the THERMOCALC Mineral Equilibria Modeling Software part of Integrating Research and Education:Teaching Phase Equilibria
Julie Baldwin, University of Montana; Dexter Perkins, University of North Dakota; and Dave Mogk, Montana State University What is it? THERMOCALC is thermodynamic calculation software for tackling mineral ...


Events and Communities

Early Career '05 Participants

Early Earth 2007 Participants

Introductory Courses 2008 Participants

Career Prep '03 Participants

Mineralogy, Petrology, Geochemistry Workshop Participants 2011