Edwin Lincoln Moseley: Naturalist, Scientist, Educator (hardbound, 1998)
Edwin Lincoln Moseley was a distinguished naturalist and educator who served as the first professor of science in the Bowling Green State Normal College (1914-1936). He became nationally known for his accurate long-range weather forecasts, and for the discovery of the cause of milk sickness. He also studied the flora of the Sandusky area and at Oak Openings west of Toledo. Not only that, he mapped the preglacial river channels in Sandusky Bay and Erie County! A fascinating portrait of a fascinating man.