Managing Our Wildlife Resources

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Nature - 554 pages
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Addressing the growing responsibilities and multiple concerns facing those in wildlife management today, this informative, well-organized book offers an enlightening introduction to wildlife management in the United States. It provides a sound historical background and a firm foundation on principles, and reflects current trends of wildlife management and species groups. Chapter topics discuss wildlife populations, habitat manipulation, management techniques, legislation, career information, endangered species, special interest groups, and current trends and issues confronting wildlife management in the 21st century. For wildlife biologists, and agency personnel with state and federal agencies (Fish and Wildlife Service, Park Service, Forest Service, and Land Management).

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Contents

POPULATION GROWTH AND INTERACTIONS
50
POPULATION MOVEMENTS AND MEASUREMENTS
75
POPULATION MODELING
97
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Stanley H. Anderson was affiliated with the Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Wyoming.

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