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Immortal River: The Upper Mississippi in Ancient and Modern Times - Fremling, Calvin R.
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV OF WISCONSIN PR, 472 Seiten, L=236mm, B=161mm, H=31mm, Gew.=708gr, [GR: 14280 - HC/Tiere/Jagen/Angeln], [SW: - Nature], Gebunden, Klappentext: This engaging and well-illustrated primer to the Upper Mississippi River presents the basic natural and human history of this magnificent waterway. "Immortal River is written for the educated lay-person who would like to know more about the river's history and the forces that shape as well as threaten it today. It melds complex information from the fields of geology, ecology, geography, anthropology, and history into a readable, chronological story that spans some 500 million years of the earth's history. Like the Mississippi itself, "Immortal River often leaves the main channel to explore the river's backwaters, floodplain, and drainage basin. The book's focus is the Upper Mississippi, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Cairo, Illinois. But it also includes information about the river's headwaters in northern Minnesota and about the Lower Mississippi from Cairo south to the river's mouth ninety miles below New Orleans. It offers an understanding of the basic geology underlying the river's landscapes, ecology, environmental problems, and grandeur. This engaging and well-illustrated primer to the Upper Mississippi River presents the basic natural and human history of this magnificent waterway. "Immortal River is written for the educated lay-person who would like to know more about the river's history and the forces that shape as well as threaten it today. It melds complex information from the fields of geology, ecology, geography, anthropology, and history into a readable, chronological story that spans some 500 million years of the earth's history. Like the Mississippi itself, "Immortal River often leaves the main channel to explore the river's backwaters, floodplain, and drainage basin. The book's focus is the Upper Mississippi, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Cairo, Illinois. But it also includes information about the river's headwaters in northern Minnesota and about the Lower Mississippi from Cairo south to the river's mouth ninety miles below New Orleans. It offers an understanding of the basic geology underlying the river's landscapes, ecology, environmental problems, and grandeur.

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    This engaging and well-illustrated primer to the Upper Mississippi River presents the basic natural and human history of this magnificent waterway. Immortal River is written for the educated lay-person who would like to know more about the river''s history and the forces that shape as well as threaten it today. It melds complex information from the fields of geology, ecology, geography, anthropology, and history into a readable, chronological story that spans some 500 million years of the earth''s history.     Like the Mississippi itself, Immortal River often leaves the main channel to explore the river''s backwaters, floodplain, and drainage basin. The book''s focus is the Upper Mississippi, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Cairo, Illinois. But it also includes information about the river''s headwaters in northern Minnesota and about the Lower Mississippi from Cairo south to the river''s mouth ninety miles below New Orleans. It offers an understanding of the basic geology underlying the river''s landscapes, ecology, environmental problems, and grandeur. Calvin R. Fremling, Books, History, Immortal River: The Upper Mississippi in Ancient and Modern Times Books>History This engaging and well-illustrated primer to the Upper Mississippi River presents the basic natural and human history of this magnificent waterway. "Immortal River is written for the educated lay-person who would like to know more about the river's history and the forces that shape as well as threaten it today. It melds complex information from the fields of geology, ecology, geography, anthropology, and history into a readable, chronological story that spans some 500 million years of the earth's history. Like the Mississippi itself, "Immortal River often leaves the main channel to explore the river's backwaters, floodplain, and drainage basin. The book's focus is the Upper Mississippi, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Cairo, Illinois. But it also includes information about the river's headwaters in northern Minnesota and about the Lower Mississippi from Cairo south to the river's mouth ninety miles below New Orleans. It offers an understanding of the basic geology underlying the river's landscapes, ecology, environmental problems, and grandeur.

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Immortal River: The Upper Mississippi in Ancient and Modern Times

This engaging and well-illustrated primer to the Upper Mississippi River presents the basic natural and human history of this magnificent waterway. "Immortal River is written for the educated lay-person who would like to know more about the river's history and the forces that shape as well as threaten it today. It melds complex information from the fields of geology, ecology, geography, anthropology, and history into a readable, chronological story that spans some 500 million years of the earth's history. Like the Mississippi itself, "Immortal River often leaves the main channel to explore the river's backwaters, floodplain, and drainage basin. The book's focus is the Upper Mississippi, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Cairo, Illinois. But it also includes information about the river's headwaters in northern Minnesota and about the Lower Mississippi from Cairo south to the river's mouth ninety miles below New Orleans. It offers an understanding of the basic geology underlying the river's landscapes, ecology, environmental problems, and grandeur.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780299202903
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0299202909
Version reliée
Date de parution: 2005
Editeur: UNIV OF WISCONSIN PR
472 Pages
Poids: 0,708 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0299202909

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
0-299-20290-9, 978-0-299-20290-3


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