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My primary interest is geoscience education. I want to investigate which form of assessment or pedagogy promote positive attitudinal change toward learning geoscience.
I've had a variety of research interests including Precambrian metamorphic petrology, mineralogy and most recently computer modeling of the Pleistocene pluvial lakes of the Great Basin.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Clement, S, M. and Craig, R.G., 2001, Late Glacial Climate in the Great Basin, USA. Water Resources Research Institute Annual Meeting, Kent State University.
Craig, R. and Clement, S.M., 2000, Internal Dynamics Of Large Basins And Paleoclimate Interpretations, In America Quaternary Association Program and Abstracts of the 16th Biennial Meeting, p. 54.
Clement, S.M., Timofeyeva, M. and Craig, R.G., 2000, A Glacial Climate Scenario In The Southern Sierra Nevada, Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Denver, CO., GSA Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 32, No. 7, p. A-.
Timofeyeva, M., Clement, S.M. , and Craig, R., 1999, Quantitative Tests of a Climate Model Using Qualitative Paleoclimate Inferences. Abstracts with Programs – Geological Society of America. Vol. 31, No. 7, p. A-418.
Timofeyeva, M., Clement, S., and Craig, R., 1999, Estimates of Glacial Climate and Runoff for the Bonneville Basin. In R. Wilson and L. Buffaloe, eds., "Proceedings of the Fifteen Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, April 27 - 30, 1998", Interagency Ecological Program, Technical Report 64, State of California Department of Water Resources, p. 9 – 19.
Timofeyeva, M. M., Craig, R. G., Clement, S. M., 1998, Simulation Of Climate And Runoff For The Bonneville Lake Basin At The Last Glacial Maximum. In the proceeding of The Second International Conference on Climate And Water held in Espoo, Finland, 17-20 August 1998, p. 738-746.
- Geoscience Education