Wisconsin Waters: the Ancient History of Lakes, Rivers, and Waterfalls
Following on the award-winning Wisconsin State Parks, this is an exploration of Wisconsin's fascinating geology and natural history, using the states principle waterways as entry points. It includes photos taken by the author and travel guides, one for each story of a waterway (19 in all) to allow readers a chance to explore on their own to find the evidence of the ancient history described in the book. Published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press.
Wisconsin State Parks: Extraordinary Stories of Geology and Natural History
Telling the stories of events and processes that shaped Wisconsin’s landscapes, including volcanic eruptions, invasions by ancient seas, centuries of erosion, and crushing glaciers, using 28 state parks as entry points. Includes photos taken by the author and trail guides for each park, allowing readers to see for themselves the evidence of Wisconsin’s geologic and natural history. The best-seller on the 2018 list for the Wisconsin Historical Society Press and a gold medal winner in the Forward Indies Book Competition.
Wisconsin Rocks! A Guide to Geologic Sites in the Badger State
Descriptions of 52 sites that represent the fascinating variety of geological features in Wisconsin, fully illustrated with diagrams, maps, and photos taken by the author. Part of a state-by-state series published by Mountain Press Publishing Company.
Living in the Environment
Coauthored with veteran environmental science professor, researcher, and writer Tyler Miller, this widely used textbook is rich in case studies and inspiring stories of people of widely varying ages and backgrounds who have tackled environmental problems and helped to find solutions. Also contains in-depth explorations of scientific research in all fields of environmental studies. Highly regarded for its clear and up-to-date reporting, carefully selected photos, and detailed but clear diagrams.
Coauthored with veteran environmental science professor, researcher, and writer Tyler Miller. This is a slightly reduced version of Living in the Environment, widely used in colleges and high schools, and equally rich in pedagogy with clear and up-to-date reporting, carefully selected photos, and detailed but clear diagrams.