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C.H. Mortimer, a scientist currently emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, who after obtaining a Ph.D. in genetics and working during World War II (England) on predicting waves, moved to the U.S. and became a pioneering physical limnologist, especially known for his work on the Laurentian Great Lakes. Photo from old ASLO slide collection; acquired by R. Sterner; scanned by K.L. Schulz.