The Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes (1968)

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Considers the geological history of the Great Lakes and man's influence on their ecology. Intended for secondary schools and further education Humorous lesson in Canadian geography. It concludes that while the Great Lakes have had their ups and downs in recent geological history, nothing has been more destructive than what man has done to them recently.

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