|Statement||ed. by Samuel T. Dana.|
|LC Classifications||HC28 .D3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 353 p.|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||53003969|
The Michigan Natural Resources Magazine, Volume Contributor: Michigan. Department of Natural Resources: Publisher: Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. This history of Michigan's oil and natural gas industry was written by Jack R. Westbrook, retired managing editor of the Michigan Oil & Gas News magazine. The s The Discovery of Michigan's only Giant Oil Field; e.g. reaching a book, stack retrieval, . The school houses several research centers, works with experts in other fields at the University of Michigan, and works towards the goals of protecting the earth's resources and pursuing the achievement of a sustainable society.  Degree programsLocation: Ann Arbor, MI, USA. The clear-cutting of Michigan’s densely forested wilderness was well under way when the University of Michigan began offering courses in forestry in —the first university in the United States to do so. The year saw the creation of a Department of Forestry, forerunner of today’s School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS).
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