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article index 2013 TOPIC headings This index provides a topical overview of GCM's editorial content from January through December 2013. It is divided into three major sections: Features/Columns, The Insider and Research. There are several subcategories in all three sections. Articles are listed under the headings chronologically as they appeared in Features/Columns Career Development Construction/Renovation/ Restoration Environmental Golf Courses Equipment Final Shot, The GCSAA Golf Courses Golf, Game of Irrigation Management/Operations Ornamentals and Tree Management Personality Profles Philanthropy Plugged In Roch Report Seed and Sod Technology Through the green Tournament Preparation Turf Care Applications Up to speed Water Management Weather The Insider Assistants Career Environment Shop Turf Research Cultivar and Species Management Disease Updates Environment/Wildlife Management/Operations Pest Control Plant Science Turf Care Applications Water Management GCM in the course of the year. Features/Columns Career Development Finding the right ft, Understanding their professional value and how it applies at different facilities will help equipment managers weigh key factors in the big decision of whether to change positions, Stephen Tucker, January, p. 122. Now and then, A former GCSAA president looks at the superintendent's plight in the economic downturn from a historical perspective, Mel Lucas, CGCS retired, May, p. 82. Construction/Renovation/ Restoration On the level, A California club digs deep to create a unique new practice area that serves not only its members, but also its maintenance department, Zachary Ohsann, September, p. 62. Environmental Golf Courses A fnished product, The fnal survey of the Golf Course Environmental Profle gives superintendents a more complete picture of where they stand now and what they should strive for in the future, Teresa Carson, January, p. 114. Practical magic, Matt Ceplo, CGCS, the winner of GCSAA's 2013 President's Award for Environmental Stewardship, keeps an eye on the bottom line — in both dollars and green sense — at Rockland Country Club, Bunny Smith, February, p. 60. Bee the solution, Golf courses frequently come under fre for contributing to the declining honey bee population, but one superintendent believes golf courses could actually help bring them back, Paul Sheppard, April, p. 44. 2012 ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS IN GOLF AWARDS (February issue) Swiss sensation, A British-born superintendent at a Swiss golf course constructed on top of a former gravel pit is taking the 2012 Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards international, Scott Hollister, p. 44. • International and Overall, Steven Tierney, MG, Golfpark Nuolen, Wangen, Switzerland, p. 44. • National Public, John R. Anderes, CGCS, Queenstown Harbor Golf Course, Annapolis, Md., p. 52. • National Resort, Joshua E. Kelley, The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Grande Lakes, Orlando, Fla., p. 54. 94 GCM December 2013 • National Private, Matt G. Shaffer, Merion Golf Club, Ardmore, Pa., p. 56. Equipment The rating game, Looking to outft your maintenance facility with a new air compressor? Here's what to look for in compressor specifcations as you start your shopping, Dan Leiss, December, p. 70. Final Shot, The Andrew Goggans, Club de Golf Le Fontainebleau, Blainville, Quebec, Canada, January, p. 168. Chris Kukor, assistant superintendent, The Club at Nevillewood (Pa.), February, p. 128. Erwin H. McCone, CGCS, director of golf operations, Briar Ridge Country Club, Schererville, Ind., March, p. 120. Adam Brewer, second assistant superintendent, Sedgefeld Country Club, Greensboro, N.C., April, p. 128. Jason Baumeister, superintendent, Craft Farms Golf Club, Gulf Shores, Ala., May, p. 128. Dan Rogers, GCSAA Class A superintendent, Wykagyl Country Club, New Rochelle, N.Y., June, p. 112. Bob Deasy, assistant superintendent, Providence Country Club, Charlotte, N.C., July, p. 112.