Recent Publications

Italicized Bold denotes Earth Science student author/co-author
Bold denotes Earth Science faculty author/co-author

2014

  • C. E. Heinzel, A. Petersen, Z. Lenth, The surficial geology of the Hudson Quadrangle (7.5'), Black Hawke County, Iowa: USGS (EDMAP).
  • T. Hockey, A Note on the Philosophical Treatment of Optical Instruments: The Telescope versus the Microscope, Asian Journal of Physics, vol. 23, no. 1 & 2.
  • S. Rai, M. Z. Iqbal, Using fluorescein and bromide tracers to investigate the role of baseflow in a small suburban watershed in Iowa, USA. in Hydrological Processes, published online, January 22.
  • A. R. C. Sedlacek, M. R. Saltzman, T. J. Algeo, M. Horacek, R. Brandner, K. Foland, and R. F. Denniston, 87Sr/86Sr Stratigraphy from the Early Triassic of Zal, Iran: Linking Temperature to Weathering Rates and the Tempo of Ecosystem Recovery, in Geology, published online, July 21.

2013

  • Jian, H., Birkenheauer, D., Czarnetzki, A., Gutman, S., Jackson, M., Toth, Z., Ware, R., Xie, Y., and Yuan, H., Water Vapor Analysis during Early Stage Development of the June 2012 Derecho, in proceedings of the 93rd Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society.  
  • S. M. Morgan, Revision of the [Fe/H]-phi_31-P relationship for RRc Variables, in Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 301, Precision Asteroseismology, ed. J. A. Guzik, W. J. Chaplin, G. Handler, & A. Pigulski, Cambridge Univ. Press, p. 461-462.

2012

  • A. C. Czarnetzki, Persistent Daytime Superadiabatic Surface layers Observed by a Microwave Temperature Profiler, in Proceedings of the 37th National Weather Association Annual Meeting, P2.55, 4 pp.
  • K. Gray, and D. N. Steer, Personal Response Systems and Learning: It is Pedagogy that Matters, Not the Technology, in Journal of College Science Teaching, 41 (50), 80-88.
  • K. Gray, K. Owens, X. Liang, and D. Steer, Assessing Multimedia Influences on Student Responses Using a Personal Response System, in Journal of Science Education and Technology, vol. 21, p. 392-402.
  • G. Montana, C. E. Heinzel, A. Polito, L. Randazzo, Archaeometric Evidence attesting production of indigenous archaic pottery at Monte Polizzo (Western Sicily), in Periodico di Mineralogia, v. 81, no. 1, p. 107-130.
  • C. E. Heinzel, Nicholas Bosshart, Josh Shultz, Zachary Lenth, The surficial geology of the Waterloo South Quadrangle (7.5'), Black Hawk County, Iowa, USGS EDMAP.
  • T. Hockey, Nasty Astronomers: An Experiment in Prosopography, in Astronomy Beat, #72.
  • V. Trimble, V. J. Martinez Garcia, T. Hockey, Nor Yet to Lay the Old Aside, in Czlowiek i Wszechswiat, Człowiek i Wszechświat, Krakow: Stowarzyszenie Astronomia Nova oraz Obserwatorium Astronomiczne Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiegow Krakowie
  • S. M. Morgan, Cepheid Instability Strip First-Time "Crossers",  in Stellar Pulsations: Impact of New Instrumentation and New Insights, Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, #31, paper #42.
  • J. C. Walters, Long-term field observations of sorted circle dynamics at sites in central Alaska, in Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Permafrost, vol. 4, p. 636-637.

2011

  • A. C. Czarnetzki, and S. K. Newlin, Atmospheric Structure During Episodes of High PM2.5 Concentration. Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Associations 104th Annual Conference, Orlando Florida.
  • K. M. Kortz, S. K. Clark, K. Gray, J. J. Smay, B. Viverios, and D. Steer, "Counting tectonic plates: A mixed-methods study of college student conceptions of plates and boundaries" in Geological Society of America Special Publication: Qualitative Methods in Geoscience Education", paper 474.
  • K. R. Gray, K. D. Owens, D. N. Steer, D. A. McConnell, and C. C. Knight, An exploratory study using hands-on physical models in a large, introductory, earth science classroom: Student Attitudes and Lessons Learned, in Electronic Journal of Science Education, vol. 12, no. 2.
  • C. E. Heinzel, and M. J. Kolb, "Late Holocene Land use on the Island of Sicily:A geoarchaeological perspective" in Human Interactions with the Geosphere: The Geoarchaeological Perspective, Wilson, L. (ed.)., Geological Society of London, Special Publication #352, p. 97-107.
  • C. E. Heinzel, N. Bosshart, and J. Vastine, The Surficial Geology of the Dunkerton Quadrangle (7.5'), Black Hawk county, Iowa: United States Geological Survey (EDMAP)
  • Thomas Hockey, How We See The Sky, University of Chicago Press, ISBN-10:0-226-34577-7.
  • Tom Hockey, "Cosmology and the Demise of Color Realism", in Supplement to Second Meeting on Cultural Astronomy, E. Badolati (ed.), Campobasso, Italy.
  • C. L. Fields, M. Z. Iqbal, C. Davis, D. Pals, and J. Vogelgesang, The Cedar Falls groundwater investigation, Iowa Geological Survey Technical Information Series 55, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, 38 p.
  • W. I. Anderson, and J. C. Walters, A brief history of the Department of Earth Science at the University of Northern Iowa, in The Compass, The Earth-Science Journal of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, vol. 82, p. 1-5.
  • J. C. Walters, Sigma Gamma Epsilon 40th Biennial Convention Field Trip to Northeast Iowa, in The Compass, The Earth-Science Journal of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, vol. 82, p. 25-31.

2010

  • Kyle R. Gray, David Steer, David McConnell, and Katherine Owens, "Using a student-manipulated model to enhance student learning in a large, lecture class" in Journal of College Science Teaching, vol 40, no. 1, p. 86-95.
  • J. R. Groves, Wang Yue, and K. Uenu. Preliminary report on foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Luokun section, Guizhou Province, South China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of the Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 135-137.
  • J. R. Groves,  Wang Yue, and Wang Qeijie. Foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Visean-Serpukhovian boundary interval of the Yashui section, Guizhou Province, South China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of the Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 118-134.
  • J. R. Groves, Foraminifers from the Visean-Serpukhovian and Bashkirian-Moscovian boundaries at the Nashui section, Guizhou Province, South China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of the Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 108-117.
  • Qi Yuping, L. L. Lambert, J. E. Barrick, J. R. Groves, Wang Zhihao, Hu Keyi and Wang Xiangdong. New interpretation of the conodont succession of the Naqing (Nashui) section: candidate GSSP for the base of the Moscovian Stage, Luosu, Luodian, Guizhou, South China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of the Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 65-77.
  • Qi Yuping, Wang Xiangdong, B. C. Richards, J. R. Groves, K. Ueno, Wang Zhihao, Wu Xianghe, and Hu Keyi. Recent progress on conodonts and foraminifers from the candidate GSSP of the Carboniferous Visean-Serpukhovian boundary in the Naqing (Nashui) section of south China, in Wang Xiangdong et al. (eds.), Carboniferous carbonate succession from shallow marine to slope in southern Guizhou. Field Excursion Guidebook for the SCCS Workshop on GSSPs of the Carboniferous System, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology (Chinese Academy of Sciences), p. 35-64.
  • Qi Yuping, Xiangdong Wang, Zzihao Wang, H. R. Lane, B. C. Richards, K. Ueno, and J. R. Groves. Conodont biostratigraphy of the Naqing (Nashui) section in South China: Candidate GSSPs for both the Serpukhovian and Moscovian stages, in A. S. Alekseev and N. N. Goreva (eds.) Type and reference Carboniferous sections in the south part of the Moscow Basin. Field Trip Guidebook of the International Field Meeting of the IUGS Subcommision on Carboniferous Stratigraphy, Moscow, p. 146-147.
  • C. E. Heinzel, J. Schmitz, J. Vastine, N. Bosshart, "The surficial geology of the Readlyn Quadrangle", United States Geological Survey, National Cooperative Mapping Program, EDMAP series.
  • Chad Heinzel, Drew Kreman, Amanda Clarkson, and Adam Campbell, "The surficial geology of the Waverly Quadrangle", United States Geological Survey, National Cooperative Mapping Program, EDMAP series.
  • C. I. French, C. Heinzel, P. Sumegi, J. Ling, G. Ayala, M. Kolb, G. Kovacs, and C. Severa, "The Paleao-Environments of Bronze Age Europe", in Organizing Bronze Age Societies - The mediterranean, Central Europe, and Scandinavia Compared, Earle, T., and Kristiansen, K., eds., Cambridge University Press, p. 34-56.
  • T. Hockey and V. Trimble, "Public reaction to a V=-12.5 supernova", in The Observatory, vol. 130, no. 3, p. 167-172.
  • C. Ruggles, T. Hockey, et al., "Commission 41 Working Group on Astronomy and World Heritage", Transactions of the International Astornomical Union, VI, #T27, 267
  • S. Gautam, and M. Z. Iqbal, "Using stable isotopes of nitrogen to study its source and tranformation in a heavily farmed watershed", in Environmental Earth Sciences, 60:11-20.

2009

  • A. C. Czarnetzki, Air quality activities for the middle and high school science classroom. Proceedings of the 7th Hawaii International Converence on Education, Honolulu Hawaii.
  • A. C. Czarnetzki, Air quality course for science teachers at the University of Northern Iowa. Proceedings of the 18th Symposium on Education, Phoenix Arizona, American Meteorological Society.
  • D. Steer, D. McConnell, K. Gray, K. Kortz, and X. Liang, "Analysis of student responses to peer-instruction conceptual questions answered using an electronic response system: Trends by gender and ethnicity", in Science Educator, vol. 18, pp. 30-38.
  • J. R. Groves and Stacy Reisdorph "Multivariate morphometry and rates of morphologic evolution within the Pennsylvanian fusulinid Beedeina (Ardmore Basin, Oklahoma, USA)", in Palaeoworld, vol. 18, pp. 120-129.
  • J. R. Groves, and Y. Wang, "Foraminiferal diversification during the Late Paleozoic ice age", in Paleobiology, vol. 35, pp. 367-392.
  • T. Hockey, "A Timeline of Astronomers and Cosmologists", in Cosmology Across Cultures, ASP Conference Series, vol. 409, p. 87.
  • M. Z. Iqbal, and C. L. Fields, "Mapping of accumulated nitrogen in the sediment pore water of a eutrophic lake in Iowa, USA", in Environmental Geology, 57:465-475.

2008

  • J. R. Groves "Report of the Task Group to establish a GSSP close to the existing Mashkirian-Moscovian boundary" in Newsletter on Carboniferous Stratigraphy, vol. 26, p. 10-11.
  • J. R. Groves, P. L. Brenckle, G. Klapper, H. R. Lane, and G. P. Wahlman, "In Memoriam: George A. Sanderson, Jr. (1926-2008)", in Journal of Foraminiferal Research, vol. 38, pp. 374-376.
  • J. R. Groves and A. Lee, "Accelerated rates of foraminiferal origination and extinction during the Late Paleozoic ice age" in Journal of Foraminiferal Research, vol. 38, pp. 74-84.
  • J. R. Groves, J. C. Walters, and J. E. Day (with contributions by R. Hubscher, C. W. Stock, B. J. Witzke, and B. J. Bunker), "Carbonate platform facies and faunas of the Middle and Upper Devonian Cedar Valley Group and Lime Creek Formation, northern Iowa", Iowa Geological Survey Guidebook Series, No. 28, 95 pages.
  • C. E. Heinzel "Conservation history of the Driftless Area, northeast Iowa", A National Wildlife Management Area, Iowa Academy of Science, Audio project.
  • C. E. Heinzel, K. Hjelle, and M. Kolb, "Holocene environment variability, the rise and fall of an Elymian Polity (Western Sicily)", 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo Norway.
  • C. E. Heinzel, G. Montana, A. Polito, and E. Black, "Resource production capabilities of an Elymian Polity (approx. 800 to 475 BC, Monte Polizzo) western Sicily: An investigation of clay, building stones and indigenous ceramics", 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo Norway.
  • C. E. Heinzel, "Inquiry versus traditional pedagogies in an Introductory Geology Classroom", 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo Norway.
  • A. Lee, and C. E. Heinzel, "Spatial and Temporal Geomorphic Comparison of the Cedar and Wapsipinicon Rivers in Eastern Iowa" Geologica Society of America Joint International Year of the Planet Meeting, Houston Texas.
  • M. Z. Iqbal, "Short-term variability in isotropic composition of precipitation: A case study frm the Midwestern United States", in Hydrological Processes, 22:4609-4619.

2007

  • D. Altiner, J. R. Groves, S. Ozkan-Altiner, I. O. Yilmaz, and A. Atakul, "Necdetina, a new fusulinoidean foraminifera with recrystalized or replaced wall from the Middle Permian of the central Tauride Belt, Turkey", in Journal of Foraminiferal Research, vol. 37, pp. 360-371.
  • J. R. Groves "Report of the Task Group to establish a GSSP close to the existing Mashkirian-Moscovian boundary" in Newsletter on Carboniferous Stratigraphy, vol. 25, p. 6-7.
  • J. R. Groves, D. Altiner & M. D. Boyce. "Lithostratigraphy, paleoenvironments and extinction of lagenide foraminifers in the Permian-Triassic boundary interval, Central Taurides, Turkey." p. 283-296, in Proceedings of the XV International Congress on the Carboniferous and Permian Stratigraphy Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.
  • J. R. Groves, E. Kulagina and E. Villa, "Diachronous appearances of the Pennsylvanian fusulinid/Profusulinella in Eurasia and North America", Journal of Paleontology, vol. 81, no. 2., pp. 227-237.
  • J. R. Groves, R. Rettori, J. Payne, M. D. Boyce, and D. Altiner, "End-Permian mass extinction of lagenide foraminifers in the southern Alps (northern Italy)." in Journal of Paleontology, 81:415-434.
  • Thomas Hockey, Editor-in-Chief, Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers, Vols. I & II. Dordrecht (Netherlands): Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • M. Z. Iqbal and S. H. Chowdhury, "Using on-campus monitoring wells to enhance student learning in geo-hydrology courses", in Journal of Geoscience Education, vol. 55, no. 5, pp.364-370.
  • M. Kolb, R. Osborn, C. Tyers, and C. E. Heinzel, "Contrada Pitrazzi: Late Bronze Age use of a Late Copper Age chamber tomb in western Sicily", in Uplands of Ancient Sicily and Calabria: The Archaeology of Landscape Revisited, Accordia Press, London, pp. 187-195.
  • Siobahn M. Morgan, Jennifer N. Wahl, and Rachel M. Wieckhorst, "[Fe/H] relations for c-type RR Lyrae Variables based upon Fourier Coefficients", in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 374, issue 4, p. 1421.
  • K. Ostlund and T. Cooney, "Plants and Animals: Building the Scaffolding for Inquiry", Teacher's Guide, Learning Resources, Inc., Vernon Hills, Il. 72 pages.
  • K. Ostlund and T. Cooney, "Weather: Building the Scaffolding for Inquiry", Teacher's Guide, Learning Resources, Inc., Vernon Hills, Il. 72 pages.
  • K. Ostlund and T. Cooney, "Sun, Earth & Moon: Building the Scaffolding for Inquiry", Teacher's Guide, Learning Resources, Inc., Vernon Hills, Il. 72 pages.
  • K. Ostlund and T. Cooney, "Magnets: Building the Scaffolding for Inquiry", Teacher's Guide, Learning Resources, Inc., Vernon Hills, Il. 72 pages.
  • K. Ostlund and T. Cooney, "Plants and Animals: Building the Scaffolding for Inquiry", Student Flip Chart, Learning Resources, Inc., Vernon Hills, Il. 24 pages.
  • K. Ostlund and T. Cooney, "Weather: Building the Scaffolding for Inquiry", Student Flip Chart, Learning Resources, Inc., Vernon Hills, Il. 24 pages.
  • K. Ostlund and T. Cooney, "Sun, Earth & Moon: Building the Scaffolding for Inquiry", Student Flip Chart, Learning Resources, Inc., Vernon Hills, Il. 24 pages.
  • K. Ostlund and T. Cooney, "Magnets: Building the Scaffolding for Inquiry", Student Flip Chart, Learning Resources, Inc., Vernon Hills, Il. 24 pages.

2006

  • L. A. Brant, Mark Edlund, Zlatko Levkov, and Teofil Nakov, "An emended description of Decussata (Patrick) Lange-Bertalot & Metzeltin that includes protoplast organization. Diatom Research, vol. 21(2), pp. 269-280.
  • T. Cooney, B. Foots, K. Ostlund, L. Ukens, and N. Romance, SCIENCE—See Learning in a Whole New Light. (seven books plus teachers guides) Grades K-6. Scott Foresman and Company, Glenview, IL, 2006. (600 pages/book).
  • S. A. Korotkova, A. C. Czarnetzki, and K. McCready, 2006. Simulation of Particulate Matter Distribution over Iowa (paper number 2006-2583), Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Chicago Illinois.
  • I. Forest, M. Z. Iqbal, and D. R. Mercer, "Reliability of water quality test strips for field measurement of nutrients essential for developing mosquito larvae." American Journal of Undergraduate Research, vol. 5, no. 2, p.1.
  • J. R. Groves, "Report from the Task Group to establish a GSSP close to the existing Bashkirian-Moscovian boundary", Newsletter on Carboniferous Stratigraphy, 22:6-7.
  • J. R. Groves, and S. R. Beason, "Foraminiferal evidence for the age of the Mississippian Pella Formation (southeastern Iowa, USA).", Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 36, 379-388.
  • M. Z. Iqbal, E. J. Brown and M. E. Clayton, "Distribution of Phosphorus in a biologically restricted lake in Iowa, USA", Journal of Hydrology, vol. 326, issues 1-4, p. 349-366.
  • Siobahn M. Morgan, Jennifer N. Wahl, and Rachel M. Wieckhorst, "A Method for Determining Fe/H for c-type RR Lyrae based upon Fourier Coefficients", in Memorie della Societa' Astronomica Italiana, vol. 77/1, 178.

2005

  • T. M. Cooney, L. T. Escalada, & R. D. Unruh, (2005). PRISMS PLUS: Unit I, Force and Motion. Teacher’s Guide. Cincinnati. Center Point Learning, Inc. 246 pp.
  • T. M. Cooney, L. T. Escalada, & R. D. Unruh, (2005). PRISMS PLUS: Unit I, Force and Motion. Student Edition. Cincinnati. Center Point Learning, Inc. 190 pp.
  • T. M. Cooney, L. T. Escalada, & R. D. Unruh, (2005). PRISMS PLUS: Unit II, Work and Energy. Teacher’s Guide. Cincinnati. Center Point Learning, Inc. 246 pp.
  • T. M. Cooney, L. T. Escalada, & R. D. Unruh, (2005). PRISMS PLUS: Unit II, Work and Energy. Student Edition. Cincinnati. Center Point Learning, Inc. 190 pp.
  • T. M. Cooney, L. T. Escalada, & R. D. Unruh, (2005). PRISMS PLUS: Unit III, Waves and Optics. Teacher’s Guide. Cincinnati. Center Point Learning, Inc. 198 pp.
  • T. M. Cooney, L. T. Escalada, & R. D. Unruh, (2005). PRISMS PLUS: Unit III, Waves and Optics. Student Edition. Cincinnati. Center Point Learning, Inc. 162 pp.
  • T. M. Cooney, L. T. Escalada, & R. D. Unruh, (2005). PRISMS PLUS: Unit IV, Electricity, Magnetism, and Modern Physics. Teacher’s Guide. Cincinnati. Center Point Learning, Inc. 214 pp.
  • T. M. Cooney, L. T. Escalada, & R. D. Unruh, (2005). PRISMS PLUS: Unit VI Electricity, Magnetism, and Modern Physics. Student Edition. Cincinnati. Center Point Learning, Inc. 142 pp.
  • D. R. Brooks, A. C. Czarnetzki, W. Geery, K. Panec, and R. Roettger, Current Scientist/Teacher Collaborations in Atmospheric Science. Proceedings of the Ninth Annual GLOBE Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • O. A. Korotkova, A. C. Czarnetzki, K. McCready, P. O'Reilly, and M. Peterson, Atmospheric Aerosol Measurements Over Iowa. Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Associations 98th Annual Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • S. A. Korotkova, A. C. Czarnetzki, K. McCready, P. O'Reilly, and M. Peterson, Simulation of Particulate Matter Distribution over Iowa. Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Associations 98th Annual Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • T. M. Cooney, and A. C. Czarnetzki, Weather Education Activities from the STORM Project - Integrated Real-Time Weather Data into Elementary and Middle School Classrooms. Proceedings of the 4th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Science, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • E. Garzanti, J. R. Groves, & R. Rettori, "Foraminiferal evidence for the age of clasts in the Kopria Melange (Rhodos, Greece)", in Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, vol. 111, pp. 11-20.
  • John R. Groves. "Fusulinid wall structure in the Profusulinella-Fusulinella evolutionary transition." Bulletins of American Paleontology. in "A Standing Ovation: Papers in honor of Gilbert Klapper", eds. J. E. Barrick and H. R. Lane, vol. 369, pp. 199-218.
  • J. R. Groves, & D. Altiner, "Survival and recovery of calcareous foraminifers persuant to the end-Permian mass extinction", in The biotic recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction, eds. D.J. Bottjer and J. C. Gall, vol. 4 pp. 419-432.
  • J. R. Groves, D. Altiner and R. Rettori, "Extinction, survival, and recovery of lagenide foraminifers in the Permian-Triassic boundary interval, Central Taurides, Turkey", Paleontological Society Memoir 62 (supplement to Journal of Paleontology), vol. 79, no. 4, p 1-38.
  • J. R. Groves, "Report from the Task Group to establish a GSSP close to the existing Bashkirian-Moscovian boundary", Newsletter on Carboniferous Stratigraphy, 21:8-9.

2004

  • Timothy Cooney, & CBC/NSTA Panel members. "Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12: Books Published in 2003". Science Scope 27(6): 19-26. This article also appeared in Science and Children, 41(7) 2004, and The Science Teacher 71(3) 2004.
  • T. Cooney & Cherin Lee "EXEMPLARY SCIENCE: Best Practice in Science Teaching Preparation Today", Chapter in Best Practices in Undergraduate Teacher Education., Arlington, VA, NSTA Press, 20 pages.
  • A. Petrov, R. Sugumaran, M. Peterson, and A. C. Czarnetzki, Remotely Sensed Data for Monitoring Farmland Loss in Growing Counties in Iowa, Missouri-GIS Conference, Columbia, Missouri.
  • A. C. Czarnetzki, 2004. The Science center for Teaching, Outreach and Research on Meteorology at the University of Northern Iowa. Proceedings of the International Conference on Science, Honolulu, Hawaii, Sponsored by the East-West Council for Education and the Asia-Pacific Research Institute of Peking University.
  • John R. Groves, R. Rettori, & D. Altiner. "Wall structures in selected Paleozoic lagenide foraminifera." Journal of Paleontology vol 78, p. 245-256.
  • M. Z. Iqbal, "Impact of atmospheric aerosols on rain chemistry leading to ecosystem damage in northeast Iowa, USA", in Advances in Hydro-Sciences and Engineering, Volum VI, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Hydro-Science and Engineering, Brisbane, Australia, May 31-June 3, 2004.
  • Siobahn M. Morgan. "WWW-Based Fourier Coefficient Database - A status report." in Variable Stars in the Local Group, ASP conference series, vol 310, p. 176-179
  • J. C. Walters, J. R. Groves & S. Lundy, "From Ocean to Ice: An examination of the Devonian Bedrock and Overlying Pleistocene Sediments at Messerly & Morgan Quarries, Black Hawk County, Iowa", Guidebook for the Geological Society of Iowa Spring Field Trip, April 24, 2004; GSI Guidebook no. 75, 42 pp., 2004.
  • D. J. Weiss, and J. C. Walters. "Incorporating GPS Technology with a Campus Geology Walking Tour." Journal of Geoscience Education, vol. 52, no. 2., p. 186-190.
  • C. Racine, T. Jorgenson, J. Walters, M. Ferrick. 2004. "Ground temperatures and permafrost degradation on the Tanana Flats, interior Alaska, USA", U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, CRREL Report No. ERDC/CRREL MP-04-6189, Hanover, NH.

2003

  • L. A. Brant, "A new species of Meridion (Bacillariophyceae) from western North Carolina", Southeastern Naturalist, 2, (3), 409-418.
  • T. Cooney, editor, Teaching Science in the Two-Year College:AN NSTA Press Journals Collection, Arlington, VA, NSTA Press, 154 pages.
  • Timothy Cooney, & CBC/NSTA Panel members.  "Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12: Books, 2002." Science Scope 26(6): 19-26.  Also appeared in Science and Children 40(7) 2003, and The Science Teacher 70(3) 2003.
  • T. Cooney, M DiSpezio, B. Foots, A. Matamoros, K. Nyquist, & Ostlund, K.  Scott Foresman SCIENCE (seven books plus teachers guides) Grades K-6. Scott Foresman and Company, Glenview, IL, 2000, 2003.  (600 pages/book)
  • A. C. Czarnetzki, and T. Spangler, 2003. CAMEO/HYSPLIT: A Review of the Two Dispersion Models Used Most Commonly Today in Public Applications. Available at www.meted.ucar.edu/dispersion/cam_hys/
  • A. C. Czarnetzki, and T. Spangler, 2003. Dispersion Basics: A Review of the Dispersion Theory and Applications. in Public Applications. Available at www.meted.ucar.edu/dispersion/basics/
  • J. Boyne, M. Brown, and A. C. Czarnetzki, The Correlation Between October/Winter Temperature Anomalies in the Midwest during El Nino Events, Proceedings of the 28th Annual National Weather Association Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida.
  • A. C. Czarnetzki, School Superintendents' Use of Weather Information, Proceedings of the 12th Symposium on Education, Long Beach, California, American Meteorological Society.
  • A. M. Aleman, D. Valasek, C. Ardiles, G. D. Wood, G. P. Wahlman and J. R. Groves, "Petroleum systems and tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Madre de Dios Basin and its associated thrustbelt in Bolivia and Peru", in 8th Symposium on Petroleum Exploration in Subandean Basins, Cartegena de Indias, Colombia, 21-24 September, 2003, 25 pp.
  • J. R. Groves, Report from the Task Group to establish a GSSP close to the existing Bashkirian-Moscovian boundary. Newsletter on Carboniferous Stratigraphy, 21:10.
  • John R. Groves, D. Altiner, & R. Rettori. "Origin and early evolutionary radiation of the Order Lagenida (Foraminifera)." Journal of Paleontology, vol. 77, p. 831-843.
  • John R. Groves, C. Larghi, A. Nicora, & R. Rettori. "Mississippian microfossils from the Chios Mélange (Chios Island, Greece)." Geobios. vol. 36, p. 379-389.
  • U. Atxotegi, M. Z. Iqbal & A. C. Czarnetzki, "A Preliminary Assessment of Nitrate Degradation in Simulated Soil Environments." Environmental Geology, 45, p. 161-170.
  • S. H. Chowdhury, M. Z. Iqbal, & J. P. Szabo, "Comprehensive approach of groundwater resource evaluation: A case study in the Chippewa Creek watershed in Ohio." The Ohio Journal of Science, 103(5), p. 134-142.
  • M. W. Roth, C. M. Wilson & M. Z. Iqbal, "Transient-state groundwater flow in various geometries with wells at arbitrary positions: analytical methods." Hydrological Processes, 17:3519-3530.
  • Siobahn M. Morgan, "WWW Database of Variable Star Fourier Coefficients", Publ. of the Astron. Society of the Pacific., vol. 115, p. 1250-1255, Oct. 2003
  • J. C. Walters & S. Lundy, "If I had a hammer: Partnering industry with academia to offer a geology short course for earth science teachers", Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program, vol. 35, no. 2, p. 10, 2003.

2002

  • D. Brovey, T. Cooney, (Committee Chair), and R. Hoots, "Innovative Techniques for Large-Group Instruction: An NSTA Press Journals Collection." Introduction by Timothy M. Cooney.  Arlington, VA. NSTA Press (National Science Teachers Association). 72 pages.
  • Timothy Cooney, and CBC/NSTA Panel members.  "Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12: 2001." Science Scope 25(6): 19-26. Also appeared in Science and Children 39(7) 2002, and  The Science Teacher 69(3) 2002.
  • A. C. Czarnetzki, "Using AWIPS Emulation Software in an Undergraduate Forecasting Class." Proceedings of the Interactive Symposium on the Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System, 13-17 January 2002, Orlando, Florida, American Meteorological Society, p. J8.7.
  • A. C. Czarnetzki, Forecasting Severe Weather with FX-Net in an Undergraduate Course, Abstracts of the Severe Storms and Doppler Radar Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, National Weather Association.
  • John R. Groves. "Evolutionary origin of the genus Geinitzina (Foraminiferida) and its significance for international correlation near the Carboniferous-Permian boundary." Proceedings of the XIV International Congress on Carboniferous-Permian, Calgary, Alberta, 1999, Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Memoir, #19, p 437-447.
  • G. D. Wood, John R. Groves, G. P. Wahlman, P. L. Brenckle, & A. M. Aleman. "The paleogeographic and biostratigraphic significance of smaller foraminifers, fusulinaceans and palynomorphs from the Copacabana Formation (Pennsylvanian-Permian), Madre de Díos Basin, Peru." Proceedings of the XIV International Congress on Carboniferous-Permian, Calgary, Alberta, 1999, Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Memoir, #19, p. 630-664
  • B. T. Tavener, & M. Z. Iqbal, "The development of a hydrologic budget to determine the nitrogen and phosphorus loads of the Cedar River watershed in Iowa." Environmental Geology, 43:400-407.
  • M. Z. Iqbal, "Nitrate flux from aquifer storage in excess of baseflow contribution during a rain event." Water Research, 36(3):788-792.
  • C. M. Wilson, M. W. Roth, & M. Z. Iqbal, "Hydrologic contaminant transport modeling: A novel analytical and computational approach", American Journal of Undergraduate Research, 1(2):1-10, 2002.
  • Siobahn Morgan. "WWW Archive of Fourier Coefficients", in Radial and Nonradial Pulsations as Probes of Stellar Physics, ed. C. Aerts, T. Bedding and J. Christensen- Dalsgaard, ASP Conference series, p. 168, 2002
  • C.H. Racine, James C. Walters, & T.E. Jorgenson. "Thermokarst development in birch and black spruce forests on the Tanana Flats, Interior Alaska", 2nd International Workshop on Northern Peatlands; Roles of Permafrost and Climate Change; Montreal, PQ, Canada.
  • Shawn C. Thomas, & John R. Groves.  "Storm deposition of pisoids in the 'Humboldt Oolite Member' of the Gilmore City Formation (Mississippian), north-central Iowa." Journal of the Iowa Academy of Sciences, 109:35-40.
  • James C. Walters. "The Natural History of an Arctic Oil Field: Development and the Biota (Review)", Quarterly Review of Biology, vol. 77, no. 1, p.92-93.
  • James C. Walters.  "Advising---Some Advice from a Chapter Advisor", The Compass, Journal of Earth Sciences of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, vol. 76, no. 3, p.57.

2001

  • P. L. Brenckle, G. P. Wahlman & J. R. Groves, "2000 Joseph A. Cushman Award." Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 31(1):1.
  • Alan C. Czarnetzki, "Evaluation of a Forecast Strategy for Nocturnal Thunderstorms That Produce Heavy Rain." National Weather Digest, Vol. 25, No. 1 & 2, pp. 25-31.
  • A. C. Czarnetzki, The STORM Project at the University of Northern Iowa, Abstracts of the Severe Storms and Doppler Radar Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, National Weather Association.
  • L. Escalada, R. Unruh, and T. Cooney, " “Students See the Light” Investigating luminescence and incandescence through a three-part learning cycle," The Science Teacher, 68(4)40-43, April 2001.
  • Thomas Hockey, Editorial Advisory Board, Encyclopedia of the Universe. London (UK): Harper Collins. 2001.
  • Mohammad Z. Iqbal, "Role of Inland surface water bodies in contributing moisture to the overhead vapor pool", in New Approaches Characterizing Groundwater Flow, eds K. Seiler & S. Wohnlich, Intl. Assoc. of Hydrogeologists Congress in Munich, Germany, September 10-14, 2001, 1:117-120, 2001.
  • M.T. Jorgenson, C.H. Racine, James C. Walters, and T.E.Osterkamp. 2001. "Permafrost degradation and ecological changes associated with a warming climate in central Alaska." Climatic Change, vol. 48, no. 4, p.551-579.
  • G. A. Sanderson, G. J. Verville, John R. Groves, & G. P. Wahlman. 2001. "Fusulinaceans from the Virgilian Stage (Pennsylvanian) of Kansas." Journal of Paleontology, 75:883-887.

2000

  • N. L. D'Cruz, E. Bohm-Vitense & Siobahn Morgan. "Masses for Galactic Beat Cepheids", in Astronomical Journal, vol. 120, p. 990-997, 2000
  • John R. Groves. 2000. "Suborder Lagenina and other smaller foraminifers from uppermost Pennsylvanian-Lower Permian rocks of Kansas and Oklahoma." Micropaleontology, 46(4):285-326.
  • John R. Groves, & M. A. Miller. 2000. "Donation of Amoco fossil collections." Journal of Paleontology, 74(6):1196-1197.
  • Thomas Hockey, "Exkurs in die Vergangenheit: vier Jahrhunderte Jupiterforschung" in Mission Jupiter: Die specktakulare Reise der Raumsonde Galileo (by Daniel Fischer). Basel: Birkhaeuser Verlag. 1998. [English translation = Mission Jupiter: The Spectacular Journey of the Galileo Space Probe (by Daniel Fischer). New York: Springer-Verlag. 2000.]
  • Thomas Hockey & Alice Hoffman, "An Archeoastronomical Investigation: Does a Constellation Pattern Appear in Rapanui Rock Art?" Rapa Nui Journal. XIV, #3, 85, 2000.
  • Thomas Hockey, "Recognizing Jupiter's Great Red Spot." Mercury. XXIX, #5, 18, 2000.
  • Thomas Hockey, "The 'Grand Illusion' of April-May, 2000." Sky and Telescope. XCIX, #5, 10, 2000.
  • Thomas Hockey, "Jupiter Stamps." Astrophile. XLV, #1, 1, 2000.
  • Mohammad Z. Iqbal, "Effects of layered heterogeneity in subsurface geologic materials on solate transport under field conditions: A case study from northeastern Iowa, USA", Hydrogeol. Journal, 8:257-270, 2000.
  • Siobahn Morgan & Chris Dickerson. "Fourier Coefficients of OGLE Variables IV.  RR Lyrae Stars in w Cen and towards 47 Tuc", Acta Astronomica, vol. 50, p. 249-268, 2000
  • Siobahn Morgan, Melanie Simet, Stephanie Bargenquast & Chris Dickerson. "Fourier Coefficients of OGLE Variables", The Impact of Large-Scale Surveys on Pulsating Star Research, ed. L. Szabados, and D. Kurtz, ASP Conference Series, #203, p. 275, 2000
  • A.I. Paseka, Mohammad Z. Iqbal, & James C. Walters. 2000. "Comparison of numerical simulation of solute transport with observed experimental data in a silt loam subsoil." Environmental Geology, vol. 39, no. 9, p.977-989.