lihwmw BOOK REVIEWS LAK E MICHIGA N IN MOTION : RESPONSE S O F A N INLAN D SE A T O WEATHER , EARTH-SPIN , AN D HUMA N ACTIVITIE S Clifford H. Mortimer, 2003, 304 pp., $45.00, hardbound, University of Wisconsin Press, ISBN 0-299-17830-7 lifford Mortime r began his scientific career as a biology and public health. The other chapters focus on the hydrodynamic response of the lake to short- biologist and geneticist in Europe in the 1930s. CDurin g World War II, Mortimer served as a term and long-term atmospheric forcing. All of the informatio n is presented in an approachable style civilian scientist in the British Admiralty Research Laboratory. He worked in England with a group that is indicative of the author s wide range of inter- ests. Each subject is treated in a manne r that is both of physicists, mathematicians, and engineers who were charged with measuring waves in the English interesting and understandable for someone who is Channe l and developing methods to forecast wave not an expert in the field, but also conditions in support of militar y operations, includ- with enough depth and insight that ing the Normandy invasion. His
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