By: Relda E Niederhofer(Author), Ronald L Stuckey(Author)
292 pages, 85 b/w photos
Moseley's scientific achievements are presented in an informative style by the authors and by his contemporaries. He is recognised for the discovery of the cause of milk sickness; his thorough studies of the flora of the Sandusky area and the Oak Openings west of Toledo; his mapping of the preglacial river channels in Sandusky Bay and Erie County; his accurate long-range weather forecasts; and his innovative teaching methods.
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