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Lake Michigan in Motion Responses of an Inland Sea to Weather, Earth-Spin, and Human Activities

By: Clifford H Mortimer
304 pages, B/e photos, figs
Lake Michigan in Motion
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Blending history, science and public policy, this reference book will be of interest to limnologists, biologists, graduate students, researchers, public officials, teachers, those who live near the lake and those who use it for recreation.

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By: Clifford H Mortimer
304 pages, B/e photos, figs
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