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Publications

Publications

One of the primary ways scientists and educators communicate is with articles in scientific journals, reports, and newsletters. Most of our publications describe how we’re using science to reach broad audiences like educators, students, and communities.

Buhr, S.M. and D. Morrison. 2013. CLEAN and ICEE: Two new resources for teaching climate science. Foundations: Newsletter of the Geo2YC NAGT Division. 2:12-14.

Gold, A.U., Ledley, T.S., Buhr, S.M., Fox, S., McCaffrey, M., Niepold, F., Manduca, C. & Lynds, S. 2012. Peer-review of digital educational resources—A rigorous review process developed by the Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN). Journal of Geoscience Education. 60: 295-308.

Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN)

Ledley, T.S., L. Dahlman, C. McAuliffe, M. Haddad, M.R. Taber, B. Domenico, S. Lynds and M. Grogan. 2011. Making earth science data accessible and usable in education. Science 333: 1838-1839.

Laursen, S. L. and Brickley, A. L. 2011. "A scientist has many things to do": E/O strategies that focus on the processes of science. In: J. B. Jensen, J. G. Manning, & M. Gibbs (eds.), Earth and Space Science: Making Connections in Education and Public Outreach, ASP Conference Series vol. 443, 116-124.

Laursen, S. L. and Brickley, A. 2011. Focusing the camera lens on the nature of science: Evidence for the effectiveness of documentary film as a Broader Impacts strategy. Journal of Geoscience Education 59:126-138. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5408/1.3604825

Buhr, S.M. 2011.  Navigating Climate Science in the Classroom: Teacher Preparation, Practices, Perception and Professional Development. NRC Board on Science Education 'Climate Change Education in Elementary School through the First Two Years of College'. Pp. 1-13.

Buhr, S.M., J. Wright. 2011. National Association of Geoscience Teachers Position statement: High School Earth Science Teaching.

Smith, L.K., M. Barber, L. Duguay and L. Whitley. 2012. Using the Ocean Literacy Principles to connect inland audiences to the global oceans. Currents. Currents 1:1-7.

Lynds, S. and K. Merryman. 2012. Geophysical Research at Storm Peak (GRASP). External Evaluation Report. 

Ledley, T. S., M.R. Taber, S. Lynds, B. Domenico and L. Dahlman. 2012. A model for enabling an effective outcome-oriented communication between the scientific and educational communities. Journal of Geoscience Education. 60: 257-267.

Huntoon, J. E., R. Buchanan, S.M. Buhr, S. Kirst, S. Newton, and W. Van Norden. 2012. Hidden threats to science education, Eos Trans. AGU, 93(17), 170, doi:10.1029/2012EO170002.

Gold, A.U., Ledley, T.S., Buhr, S.M., Fox, S., McCaffrey, M., Niepold, F., Manduca, C. & Lynds, S. 2012. Peer-review of digital educational resources—A rigorous review process developed by the Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN). Journal of Geoscience Education. 60: 295-308.

Gold, A.U. 2013. Book Review: Global Weirdness. National Science Education Center.