Publications 1999

Baker, K., Rawls, D., Bell, S., Dawson, B., Wallace, M., and Winn, W. (1999). In Proceedings of the Palmer Long-Term Ecological Research Education Outreach Forum.

Barkenbus, J. (1999). Grassroots guardians. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, 14.

Bednarz, S. and Audet, R. (1999). The status of GIS technology in teacher preparation programs. 98(2):60–67.

Berenfeld, B. (1999). The internet in our classrooms: Teaching tomorrows skills for tomor- rows world. In Ware, S., editor, Science and Environment Education: The Millennium Challenge, pages 215–234. The World Bank, Washington, DC.

Bing, H. (1999). An overview of environmental education project in China. In International Conference on Evironmental Education in the Asia-Pacific Region, pages 36–39. Institute for Global Evi- ronmental Strategies & Evironemet Agency, Government of Japan.

Clinton, B. (1999). Veto message for Commerce, Justice, and State appropriations: message from the President of the United States transmitting veto message for HR 2670, the" Departments of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2000.", volume 106. USGPO.

Culp, K., Hawkins, J., and Honey, M. (1999). Review paper on educational technology research and development. Center for Children and Technology.

Garpow, W. (1999). Tourism development and coral reef. In Research Symposium.

Goodchild, M. (1999). Multiple roles for gis in global change research. Geographic Information Research: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives, page 257.

Gore, A. and Kaufmann, J. (1999). The world according to Al Gore: an A-to-Z

compilation of his opinions, positions, and public statements. Macmillan.

Hornig, L. (1999). James W. Altschuld. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 8(3).

House, U. S. C. (1999). National Weather Service and Related Agencies Authorization Act of 1999: report together with minority views (to accompany HR 1553)(including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office)., volume 106. USGPO.

Kennedy, T. (1999). Globe integrates mathematics, science, social studies, and technology into the foreign language classroom. Learning Languages, 4(3):23–25.

Khalil, M. and Rasmussen, R. (1999). Non-automotive sources of carbon monoxide in urban areas. Chemosphere-Global Change Science, 1(1-3):111–114.

Lin, X., Hmelo, C., Kinzer, C., and Secules, T. (1999). Designing technology to support reflection. Educational Technology Research and Development, 47(3):43–62.

Lipponen, L., Lakkala, M., Hakkarainen, K., Syri, J., Lallimo, J., Ilom ̈aki, L., Muukkonen, H., and Rahikainen, M. (1999). Netd@ ys evaluation group.

McPherson, R., Crawford, K., Wolfinbarger, J., Melvin, A., and Morris, D. (1999). From rags to riches: Seven years in the life of a climate office educational programs. In Conference on Applied Climatology, page 13. American Meteorological Society.

Mims, F. M. I. (1999). An international haze-monitoring network for students. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(7):1421–1431.

Mims III, F. (1999a). Educational affairs.

Mims III, F. (1999b). An international haze-monitoring network for students. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80:1421–1431.

Misao, O. (1999). The GLOBE Program in Japan for environmental education. Proceedings"

Science and technology for global ecology": Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan, July 24-27, 1999, page 213.

on Hydrologic Science, C. (1999). Hydrologic science priorities for the US Global Change Research Program: an initial assessment. National Academies Press.

Parris, T. (1999). Bytes of note: Connecting with citizen science. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 41(10):3–3.

Schwartz, M. (1999). Advancing to full bloom: Planning phenological research for the 21st century. International Journal of Biometeorology, 42(3):113–118.

White, M. (1999). Monitoring and modeling growing season dynamics.

Wormstead, S. (1999). Training material design criteria for the implementation of student-teacher-scientist partnerships in the elementary and middle school levels: With focus on the GLOBE Program. Master's thesis, University of New Hampshire, Durham.

Yamashita, S. and Higuchi, T. (1999). The GLOBE and EILNet Programs in Japan. 9:15–24.