Publications 2001

Annis Water Resource Institute (2001). Water Resources Year in Review - Winter 2001.

Avard, M. and Clark, B. (2001). GLOBE in preservice and inservice teacher edu- cation. Journal of Geosciences Education, V, 49:461–466.

Bagayoko, D. and Ford, R. L. (2001). Meta-correlations between GLOBE and science and mathematics education reforms. Published in the US and elsewhere. (ISBN No. 0-9704609-8- 8), pages 5–7.

Barab, S. and Hay, K. (2001). Doing science at the elbows of experts: Issues related to the science apprenticeship camp. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 38(1):70–102.

Biilmann, O. (2001). GIS and remote sensing in primary and secondary education. In Green, D. R., editor, GIS: A Sourcebook for Schols, chapter 10, pages 137–144. Taylor & Francis, New York, NY.

Brooks, D. and Mims, F. (2001). Development of an inexpensive handheld led- based sun photometer for the globe program. Journal of geophysical research, 105:4733–4740.

Cardulla, F. (2001). Welcome to this special issue of. ChemMatters, page 3.

Congalton, R., Rowe, R., and Becker, M. (2001). The GLOBE Program Sixth Annual GLOBE Conference 22-27 July, 2001. Science Reports, 22:27.

Conklin, M., Clemons, J., and Bales, R. (2001). Use of cooperative K-12 water quality data by scientists. In AGU Spring Meeting Abstracts, volume 1.

DYER, J. (2001). Jacqueline Carr. Expo Planners, page 14.

Feldman, R. (2001). Don't whistle in school: the history of America's public schools. Lerner Publications.

Hamil, B. and Mzouoghi, T. (2001). Technology-rich education for tomorrow's teachers. Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 2:1960–1963.

Haury, D. (2001). Teaching science through inquiry with archived data (ERIC Digest). Colum- bus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education.

Holben, B., Smirnov, A., Eck, T., Slutsker, I., Abuhassan, N., Newcomb, W., Schafer, J., Tanre, D., Chatenet, B., and Lavenu, F. (2001). An emerging ground-based aerosol climatology- aerosol optical depth from AERONET. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106(D11):12067–12097.

Kennedy, T. J. (2001). Preparing teachers for educating linguistically diverse students. Northwest Passage: NWATE Journal of Education Practices, 1(1):51–55.

Kennedy, T. J. and Canney, G. (2001). Collaborating across language, age, and geographic borders. In Risko, K. and Bromley, K., editors, Collaboration for Diverse Learners: Viewpoints and Practices, pages 310–329.

Kennedy, T. J., Odell, M. R. L., and Klett, M. D. J. (2001). Internet en Las Escuelas de Estados Unidos: Una Perspectiva del Programa GLOBE. Congreso de EducaRed - Foro de la Escuela Virtual, La Novedad Pedag ́ogica de Internet, Ministerio de la Educaci ́on, Madrid, Espan ̃a.

Kerski, J. (2001). A national assessment of GIS in American high schools. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 10(1):72–84.

Ladd, I. and Mickley, W. A. (2001). The Air We Breathe. LaRC from the Office of Education and NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, publication eg-2001-10- 12 edition.

LaHart, V. and Roden, H. (2001). Cool science. Science Scope, 25(1):16–18.

Lambert, D., Kelz, R., No, A., and Shiver, M. (2001). University Navstar Consortium (UNAVCO) Annual Progress Report for FY2001.

Luehmann, A. (2001). Factors Affecting Secondary Science Teachersappraisal And Adoption Of Technology-Rich Project-Based Learning Environments. PhD thesis, The University of Michigan.

Merry, C. and Stockman, S. (2001). Educational outreach activities for Landsat-7. Remote sensing of environment, 78(1-2):217–220.

Michael, D. (2001). East Lincoln High School Haze Project.

Morrill, J., Bales, R., and Conklin, M. (2001). The relationship between air temperature and stream temperature. In AGU Spring Meeting Abstracts, volume 1.

Morys, M., Mims, F. M. I., Hagerup, S., Anderson, S., Baker, A., Kia, J., and Walkup, T. (2001). Design, calibration and performance of MICROTOPS II handheld ozone monitor and sun photometer. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106:14,573 – 14,582.

Ogden, A. (2001). Uncertain future, deliberate action. The Northern Review, page 13.

Peñuelas, J., Filella, I. (2001). Phenology: Responses to a Warming World. Science, 294(5543): 793-795.  

Quellmalz, E., Hinojosa, T., and Rosenquist, A. (2001). Design of student assessment tools for the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program. In Presentation at the Annual GLOBE International Conference, Blaine, WA.

Ramey, L. and Tomlin, J. (2001). Using the GLOBE program to enhance classroom teaching.

Richards, G. (2001). International Journal of Wildland Fire, 10:301–319.

Robertson, W. and Katz, P. (2001). Community connections for science education, volume 1. Natl Science Teachers Assn.

Robin, J., Levine, E., Riha, S., and Trakhtenberg, I. (2001). GLOBE meets GAPS: Utilizing student data to model the atmosphere-plant-soil system. In Sixth Annual GLOBE Conference, Blaine, WA.

Rowe, R. (2001). Land Cover Classification of Remotely Sensed Data: Assessing the Accuracy Using Student-Collected Reference Data from the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program. PhD thesis, University of New Hampshire.

Ruscher, P.H., D. LaHart, and K. Kloesel. 2001. Relative Humidity Protocol (2001). Teacher's Guide for GLOBE, D. Butler et al., editors. The GLOBE Program, Washington, D.C.

Ruscher, P.H., D. LaHart, and K. Kloesel. 2001. Cloud Protocol (2001). Teacher's Guide for GLOBE, D. Butler et al., editors. The GLOBE Program, Washington, D.C.

Ruscher, P.H., D. LaHart, and K. Kloesel. 2001. Pressure Protocol (2001). Teacher's Guide, D. Butler et al., editors. The GLOBE Program, Washington, D.C.

Sparrow, E. (2001a). GLOBE: A new model in K-12 science education. Global Glimpses: Center for Global Change and Arctic System Research, 9(1):1–11.

Sparrow, E. (2001b). Pre-college students contributing to long-term climate studies. In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, volume 1, page 0224.

Trzyna, T. and Didion, J. (2001). World directory of environmental organi- zations: a handbook of national and international organizations and programs–governmental and non-governmental–concerned with protecting the earth's resources. Number 2. Earthscan.

van Wagtendonk, J., Keane, R., and Burgan, R. (2001). Mapping wildland fuels for fire management across multiple scales: Integrating remote sensing, gis, and biophysical modeling. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 10(4):301–319.

Verbyla, D. L. (2001). A test of detecting spring leaf flush within the Alaskan Boreal Forest using ERS-2 and Radarsat SAR data. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 22(6):1159–1156.

White, S. (2001). Enhancing instruction in mathematics and science in secondary schools: an innovative approach using remote sensing. In Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2001. IGARSS'01. IEEE 2001 International, volume 5, pages 2480–2482. IEEE.