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Wisconsin's Foundations: A Review of the State's Geology and Its Influence on Geography and Human Activity
by Gwen Schultz
foreword by James M. Robertson
University of Wisconsin Press, 2004
Paper: 978-0-299-19874-9
Library of Congress Classification QE179.S38 2004
Dewey Decimal Classification 557.75

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Most people in Wisconsin share a deep appreciation of the shape and composition of their familiar landscapes—the abundance of fresh water, the fertile soils, the northern forests, the varied landforms. All these features relate to a process that is long, complex, and still in progress. Wisconsin’s Foundations is just the book for a broad audience of people who want to know more about the origins, evolution, and geological underpinnings of the Wisconsin landscape.

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