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  List of Accepted Contributions - ES3 Global Geoscience Education: Projects and Best Practices

Please, click Abstract Number to find the corresponding abstract as PDF file; if necessary, download Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 first to open the file. Any abstract may be freely reproduced for non-commercial, scientific purposes; however, the moral right of the author(s) to be identified as the author(s) of such abstracts is asserted.

Joyce, A; Massoli, L; Sarnow, K
Xplora: European gateway to science education in Europe

Walters, E; Arkan, I
Global warming with a global perspective: integrating climate change topics into meteorology and statistics curricula

Sanchez, E.; Prieur, M.
Teaching Geosciences In France - An Inquiry About Teachers And Students During Fieldwork Courses

Keane, C; Milling, M; Martinez, C
Movement of the US Geoscience Community Towards a Flat Earth (withdrawn)

Baguio, M; Bettadpur, S; Ries, J; Chambers, D
Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment GRACE Gravity Education and Public Outreach

Macko, S.A.; Faulkner, J.; Schmitz, R. ; Hunt, C.; Szuba, T.
Teleducation: Opportunities for Expanding Educational Resources in the Developing World through Real-Time Interactive Classes

Johnson, R.; The MILAGRO Education Team
Bringing Megacity Environmental Impacts to a Global Community of Learners and Educators on the World Wide Web through Windows to the Universe

Watanabe, K.; Uchino, K.; Karnawati, D.; Pramumijoyo, S.; Hendrayana, H.; Imai, A.; Setijadji, L.D.; Harijoko, A.; Warmada, I.W.
Building capacity of global geoscientific workforce through Japan-ASEAN university network

Weidinger, T.; Kalapos, T.; Gyuro, Gy.; Dori, I.; Orgovanyi, A.; Victor, A.
The GLOBE program in Hungary

Campbell-Stone, E.; Myers, J.; Newlin, A.
Effective Techniques for Introducing Scientific Literacy in Introductory Physical Geology

Alexeev, V.A.
Summer schools for students at the International Arctic Research Center

Taber, J. ; Braile, L. ; Lahr, J. ; Levy, G.
Using Simple, Stand-alone Seismographs in the Classroom (withdrawn)

Malamud, B. D.
Natural hazard demonstrations for teaching

Martins, V.; Salgueiro, E.; Sequeira, C.; Dias, J.M.A; Rocha, F.
Paleoproductivity at the NW Iberian Continental Slope during the last 31.5 kyr (withdrawn)

Swap, R. J.; Sabea, H.; Annegarn, H. J.; Ford, C. J.; Netshandama, V. O.; Omara-Ojungu, P.; Chanda, R.; Twine, W.; Terni, C. ; Smith, M. J.
Interdisciplinary Teaching in the Field and Classroom as a Mechanism for the Development of an International Research and Education Consortium

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