Additional Resources for Teaching Geomorphology
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Selective encoding in the interpretation of topographic maps part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This paper describes two experiments in which experienced adult map readers compared three-dimensional land surface drawings against previously and separately studied contour maps. Results indicate ...
The differential susceptibility of topographic map interpretation to influence from training part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This study appraises the extent to which subjects' implementation of map to landsurface matching is task-determined or influenced by training. Study subjects comprised three groups of 19 early ...
Touring Colorado Geology: Kenosha Pass to Fairplay, CO part of SERC Web Resource CollectionGhist John
This site is an illustrated field guide that explains the geology of Colorado. A series of landscape and outcrop photographs with descriptions for each photo are provided. Outcrop photos of the ...
Dryland Rivers Research part of SERC Web Resource CollectionDepartment of Geology and Petroleum Geology Dr. Colin P. North
This site is intended to stimulate research by providing an information focus and provoking networking between those working on dryland rivers and the sediments they leave behind. Topics covered ...
Colorado Plateau Mosaic part of SERC Web Resource CollectionBaker Victor
This is a section from the 1986 NASA publication &amp;quot;Geomorphology from Space.&amp;quot; The section provides a detail discussion of the geomorphic features of the ...
Large-Scale Change: Mountain-Building part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Geoantiquites: Concepts and Applications for Education in the Urban Landscape part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Marjorie A. Chan, Holly S. Godsey
Teacher Workshops Using Geoantiquities: Case History of Modern Great Salt Lake and Pleistocene Lake Bonneville Shorelines, Utah part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Genevieve Atwood, Alisa Felton, Marjorie A. Chan
Leonardo da Vinci's Tree and the Law of Channel Widths - Combining Quantitative Geomorphology and Art in Education part of SERC Print Resource Collection
R. Shepherd, B. Ellis
Abstract - About 1500, Leonardo da Vinci sketched a tree with arcs through each yearly growth of branches. In his mirror-image handwriting, and including an equation, he noted that the sum of the ...
Using Mobile Mapping to Determine Rates of Meander Migration in an Undergraduate Geomorphology Course part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Kirsten Menking, Meg E. Stewart
Students in an undergraduate geomorphology course used tablet computers equipped with Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software to map the current ...