The Earth Scientist, Volume XXVI, Issue 4, Winter 2010


Our Winter, 2010, issue of The Earth Scientist (TES) includes 6 articles dealing with various aspects of Earth Science. These include an article packed with information regarding meteor cratering. Then there’s an article describing the numerous Galileoscope Workshops being held across the USA. An article is included describing ISTEP, a terrific international collaboration between the teachers and students from New York and Singapore. We’ve included an inventive article, showing step by step how to create glaciers in your own classroom. There’s an article showing how you can create and use Screen-Capture Podcasts with your students. And last, but definitely not least, we’ve included an article which provides enlightening information about a type of cloud your students will find facinating: Pyro-Cumulonimbus Clouds. We are proud to present these quality articles which we hope will provide either substantial background information and/or allow for immediate application in your classroom.

Articles in the Winter 2010 issue of The Earth Scientist include:

  • The Crater Beneath the Corn Fields: Iowa’s Manson Impact Structure, by Raymond R. Anderson and Brian J. Witzke
  • Galileoscopes Across the USA, by Ardis Herrold
  • ISTEP: An International High School Student and Teacher Research Collaboration, by By Sau Ling (Charlene) Chan, Brendan Buckley, Glen R. Kowach, and Michael J. Passow
  • Yes Sir, That’s My Baby…Glacier! Making Glaciers Real and Personal, by Christopher Roemmele
  • Teaching with Screen-Capture Podcasts, by Wendy Van Nordenl
  • An Overview of Pyro-Cumulonimbus Thunderstorms, by R. James Vavrek
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