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Steven W. Anderson

2005 Research Report

Anderson is continuing his work on terrestrial planetary lava flow surface morphology. These projects are funded through grants from the NASA Mars Fundamental Research program.

Anderson is also working on the origin and impact of alternative conceptions that college students have.

Papers

Anderson, S.W., McColley, S., Fink, J.H., and Hudson, R., 2005. The development of fluid instabilities and preferred pathways in lava flow interiors: insights from analog experiments and fractal analysis; in Manga, M., and Ventura, G., eds., Kinematics and dynamics of lava flows; Geological Society of America Special Paper 396, p. 147-161, doi: 10.1130/2005.2396(10).

Glaze, L.S., Anderson, S.W., Stofan, E.R., Baloga, S., and Smrekar, S.E., 2005. Statistical distribution of tumuli on pahoehoe flow surfaces: Analysis of examples in Hawaii and Iceland and potential applications to lava flows on Mars; Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 110, B08202, doi:10.1029/2004JB003564.

Libarkin, J.C., and Anderson, S.W., 2005. Assessment of Learning in Entry-Level Geoscience Courses: Results from the Geoscience Concept Inventory; Journal of Geoscience Education; v. 53. p. 394-401.

Dahl, J., Anderson, S.W., and Libarkin, J., 2005. Digging into Earth science: Alternative conceptions held by K-12 teachers; Journal of Science Education, v. 12, p. 65-68.

Bulmer, M.H., Glaze, L.S., Anderson, S.W., and Shockey, K.M., 2005. Distinguishing between primary and secondary emplacement events of blocky volcanic deposits using rock size distributions; Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 110, B01201,doi:10.1029/2003JB002841.

Libarkin, J.C., Anderson, S.W., Dahl, J., Beilfuss, M., Boone, W., and Kurdziel, J.P., 2005. Qualitative analysis of college students' ideas about the Earth: Interviews and open-ended questionnaires: Journal of Geoscience Education, v. 53, p. 17-26.

Abstracts

Bulmer, M.H. Glaze, L.S., and Anderson S.W., 2005. Distinguishing between primary and secondary emplacement events of blocky volcanic deposits using block size distributions; Lunar and Planetary Science XXXVI, Abstract #1676, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

Research Year: 
2005
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