Cranbrook Institute of Science
Essays in Honor of Charles E. Cleland
A collection of unusual research topics in Upper Great Lakes archaeology presented by notable scholars with important insights into new and standing areas of anthropological inquiry.
Caring for Our Home
A close look at the history of Detroit's distinguished waterway that also documents the Detroit River's ecosystem problems and explains how it can be further protected and remain one of the world's great rivers.
An up-to-date look at bird population of southeast Michigan.
An up-to-date examination of bird population in southeastern Michigan and Ontario.
A guide to 75 species of Michigan mayflies.
Study of more than 270 wildflower species to be found in the states surrounding the western Great Lakes as well as southern Ontario.
The Natural History of an Endangered Species
The result of 50 years of field work by its author, this book contains information about the biology and behavior of Kirtland’s warbler on its breeding grounds in Michigan.