GSA Formatting Examples

Cochran, K.F., 1992, Pedagogical content knowledge: Teachers' transformations of
subject matter (Monograph Number Five of the National Association of Research
in Science Teaching ed.).

National Research Council, 1996, National science education standards, Washington,
DC., National Academy.

Note: First lines are not indented, but if it goes onto more, the rest should be indented. Wikispaces doesn't show it....)

Citation Examples:
blah blah blah (NRC, 1996).
blah blah blah (Cochran, 1992).






This site could be helpful:
ftp://geo.uri.edu
Click on Fastovsky and check it out.


Perhaps helpful and might give ideas:
http://www.whatislife.com/issues/issues-origin.htm
http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/news/2102/nano-tools-pick-out-traces-ancient-life
http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v417/n6891/full/417782a.html

Format links:
http://www.geosociety.org/pubs/geoguid5.htm
the manuscript template document is probably what we should be using.

How Fossils reveal Past Life:
http://worldbook.com/student/article?id=ar207520&st=how+fossils+reveal+past+life#
http://facstaff.gpc.edu/~pgore/geology/geo102/evol.htm ("Fossils Evolution, and Extinction")

Evolution:
http://evolution.berkeley.edu

The Powerpoint:


Example scientific paper:
http://www.ashsss.uaf.edu/adv_sample_paper.php

for first paper...(what he went over with us)

-fossils, lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy, dating navajo sandstone is an actual problem. -' Fastov ' 10/2/09