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Transactions of the 28th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 4 to 6 1963 in Detroit, Michigan

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS - SINEWS OF SECURITY

    FORMAL OPENING, C. R. Gutermuth

    WELL-MANAGED FOREST RESOURCES, F. A. Harrison

    LAND, PEOPLE, AND RESOURCES, Marion S. Monk, Jr.

    THE JOB AHEAD, Ira N. Gabrielson

    STUDY OF WILDLIFE PROBLEMS IN NATIONAL PARKS, A. Starker Leopold

    GENERAL SESSION - CONSERVATION'S WORLD-WIDE CHALLENGE

    CONSERVATION FOR WORLD PEACE, Orville L. Freeman

    TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE-NEEDS AND OPPORTUNITIES, Herbert J. Waters

    RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH EDUCATION, Stephen H. Spurr

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS - WETLANDS AND INLAND WATER RESOURCES

    INVENTORY OF WATERFOWL ENVIRONMENT OF PRAIRIE CANADA, John J. Lynch, Charles D. Evans, and V. C. Conover

    FISHWAYS ON EASTERN RIVERS, Albert M. Day

    WiLDLIFE IN THE SMALL WATERSHED PROGRAM, Warren H. Nord

    IMPOUNDED TIDAL MARSHES IN DELAWARE, 1956-1962, E. P. Catts, F. H. Lesser, R. F. Darsie, Jr., O. Florshuts, E. E. Tindall

    CANADA GOOSE FLOCKS IN THE NORTH CENTRAL STATES, Harvey K. Nelson

    DEATHS OF WATERFOWL ON THE LOWER DETROIT RIVER-WINTER 1960, George S. Hunt and Archibald B. Cowan

    HUNTING REGULATIONS IN MIGRATORY BIRD MANAGEMENT, Aelred D. Gies

    DIS.EASE, NUTRITION, AND CONTROLS

    HELM/NTH POPULATIONS OF THE CANVASBACK, G. W. Cornwell, and A. B. Cowan

    LEPTOSPIROSIS IN ONTARIO CERVIDAE, John E. McGowan, Lars Karstadand N. A. Fish

    COCCIDIOSIS-IN TWO WISCONSIN SCIURIDAE, Robert S. Dorney

    EXPOSURE OF WILDLIFE WORKERS TO ZOONOTIC DISEASES, Wayne H. Thompson, Daniel O. Trainer, Virginia Allen and James B. Hale

    TROPICAL CATTLE FEVER TICK CONTROVERSY, Charles M. Marshall, George A. Seaman, and Frank A. Hayes

    PARASITES AND DISEASE OF BISON IN CANADA, N. S. Novakowski, J. G. Cousineau, G. B. Kolenosky

    FIELD AND FARM RESOURCES

    STATUS OF THE FOREIGN GAME INTRODUCTION PROGRAM, Gardiner Bump

    RATING SOILS FOR WILDLIFE HABITAT, Philip F. Allan, Lloyd E. Garland and R. Franklin Dugan

    AUTOMATION IN WILDLIFE PROGRAMS, Howard J. Stains

    REVEGETATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CRITICAL SITES, Charles V. Riley

    SOUTH DAKOTA PHEASANT POPULATIONS, Robert B. Dahlgren

    WILD TURKEY INTRODUCTIONS IN NEBRASKA, Harvey Y. Suetsugu and Karl E. Menzel

    SMALL WATERSHED PROJECTS AND WILDLIFE, Forrest V. Durand

    COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

    MANAGEMENT AND STATUS OF MARINE MAMMALS IN ALASKA, James W. Brooks

    PACIFIC COAST WHALING AND WHALE RESEARCH, Dale W. Rice

    DISEASE IN MARINE POPULATIONS, Carl J. Sindermann

    FISH-PASSAGE RESEARCH IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER BASIN, Gerald B. Collins

    SAFEGUARDING THE "HIGH-YIELD" AREAS OF OUR COAST, Richard H. Pough

    PAPER MILL POLLUTION IN PUGET SOUND, A. F. Bartsch

    PESTICIDES-A NEW FACTOR IN COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS, Philip A. Butler

    FOREST AND RANGE RESOURCES

    AERIAL SURVEY RESULTS ON BROWN BEARS, Albert W. Erickson and Donald B. Siniff

    INSECTICIDE RESIDUES IN GAME ANIMALS, Richard E. Pillmore and Robert B. Finley, Jr.

    OBSERVATION OF AN ENCLOSED DEER HERD, David A. Arnold and Louis J. Verme

    EFFECT OF NUTRITION ON WHITE-TAILED DEER FAWNS, Louis J. Verma

    RADIO-TELEM:ENTRY TECHNIQUES FOR RUFFED GROUSE STUDIES, William H. Marshall and John J. Kupa

    SAMPLE MEASUREMENT OF FOREST RECREATION USE, Charles T. Cushwa, Burd S. McGinnes

    WILD UNGULATES ON EAST AFRICAN SAVANNA, Lee M. Talbot and Martha H. Talbot

    CONSERVATION INFORMATION AND EDUCATION

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION THROUGH IN-SERVICE TRAINING, Thurman H. T rasper

    THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN CONSERVATION, Harold E. Alexander

    THE NEED TO DEFINE CONSERVATION CONTROVERSIES, Dwight F. Rettie

    EDUCATION FOR RESOURCE MANAGERS, Arnold W. Bolle

    INFORMATION AND EDUCATION-BASE FOR CONSERVATION, Douglas E. Wade

    THE NEED FOR HISTORIC PERSPECTIVE IN CONSERVATION, Charles H. Callison

    STIMULATING COMMUNITY ACTION IN CONSERVATION, Hugh B. Masters

    APPRAISAL OF CONFERENCE PROGRAM, Henry Clepper

    CLOSE OF THE 28th CONFERENCE, C. R. Gutermuth

    Published annually since 1915, the Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference provide a unique and informative record of the direction and momentum of professional natural resource management. Tracking current research and management emphases and the perspectives and approaches to meeting the challenges to sustaining and conserving North America's wildlife and their habitats, the Transactions is a valuable reference for all who deal with the complexities and intricacies of natural resource issues, policies and programs.

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