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

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2004 - Nature - 310 pages
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Religion and the Culture of Print in Modern America explores how a variety of print media - religious tracts, newsletters, cartoons, pamphlets, self-help books, mass-market paperbacks, and editions of the Bible from the King James Version to contemporary Bible-zines - have shaped and been shaped by experiences of faith since the Civil War. Edited by Charles L. Cohen and Paul S. Boyer, whose comprehensive historical essays provide a broad overview to the topic, this book is the first on the history of religious print culture in modern America and a well-timed entry into the increasingly prominent contemporary debate over the role of religion in American public life.
 

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Contents

Excavated by Ice Shaped
31
Water Levels and Flows
59
The Seasonal Cycles of HeatingCooling
79
Parade of Lake Currents
109
6 Categories and Models of Waves
141
Seiches Tides
173
Probing the Underwater Wave Field
197
Models in Action
221
Hydro dynamic Constraints on Biological Production
249
Postscript
280
Index of Personal Names
296
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Clifford H. Mortimer is the former director of the Center for Great Lakes Studies and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of biological sciences at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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