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Transactions of the 29th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 9 to 11 1964 in Las Vegas, Nevada

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS - SHARING THE RESPONSIBILITY

    FORMAL OPENING, C. R. Gutermuth

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Irving K. Fox

    HUMAN NEEDS AND RESOURCES VALUES, Jim Gibson

    PRIVATE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR RESOURCES, Bernard L. Orell

    NEXT MOVE-WHERE? WHOSE?, Ira N. Gabrielson

    PREDATOR AND RODENT CONTROL IN THE UNITED STATES, A. Starker Leopold

    WHERE DO WE STAND?

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Harry R. Woodward

    WHAT PRICE RESOURCES FOR THE GOOD LIFE?, Stewart L. U doll

    STRENGTHENING THE BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, Paul J. Kramer

    LAND, PEOPLE, WATER: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS, Robert E. Dils

    PROGRESS IN RESEARCH ON NATIVE VEGETATION FOR RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, Joseph F. Pechanec

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS - WETLANDS AND INLAND WATER RESOURCES

    MAN-MADE CHANNEL ALTERATIONS IN MONTANA STREAMS, John C. Peters and William Alvord

    HYDROLOGY OF FORESTED HEADWATERS AT COWEETA HYDROLOGIC LABORATORY, John D. Hewlett

    DEVELOPING FISH AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES THROUGH PUBLIC LAW 566, Albert M. Day

    EMIGRATIONS OF DROUGHT-DISPLACED DUCKS TO THE ARCTIC, Henry A. Hansen and Donald E. McKnight

    RADAR STUDIES OF WATERFOWL MIGRATION, Frank C. Bel/rose

    AMMONIUM NITRATE FOR MARSH BLASTING, John Mathison, Hogan Byerlich, and Robert Radke

    MANAGEMENT OF BEAVER AND BEAVER HABITAT IN THE SOUTHEAST, Dale H. Arner

    DISEASE, NUTRITION AND CONTROL

    FOODS AND NUTRITION OF MISSOURI AND MIDWESTERN PHEASANTS, Leroy J. Korschgen

    LOUSE AND CHIGGER INFESTATIONS AS RELATED TO HOST SIZE, Carl A. Mohr, and William A. Stumpf

    THE VIRUS OF EPIZOOTIC HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE OF DEER, J. Ditchfield, J. G. Debbie, and L. H. Karstad

    INFECTIONS DUE TO LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES IN WILDLIFE, M. L. Gray

    ACCUMULATION OF FALLOUT CESIUM-137 IN ALASKAN NATIVES, W. C. Hanson, and H. E. Palmer

    HYPOGONADISM IN WHITE-TAILED DEER IN TEXAS, Jack Ward Thomas, R. M. Robinson, and R. G. Magruder

    WINTER WEIGHTS OF YELLOWSTONE ELK, Kenneth R. Greer, and Robert E. Howe

    FIELD AND FARM RESOURCES

    RATING SYSTEM FOR CANADIAN WETLANDS PRESERVATION, B. J. Rose, and H. R. Morgan

    INTRODUCTION, RELEASE AN'D SURVIVAL OF EUROPEAN AND ASIATIC GAME BIRDS, A. S. Jackson

    MATEDNESS IN THE MOURNING DOVE AND ITS EFFECT ON THE CENSUS, Howard M. Wright

    REFORESTATION AND QUAIL MANAGEMENT IN KENTUCKY, David M. Scott

    BIASES IN MAIL QUESTIONNAIRES OF UPLAND GAME HUNTERS, R. K. Martinson, and D. E. Whitesell

    ASSOCIATION OF PHEASANTS WITH VEGETATIVE TYPES IN ILLINOIS, William R. Hanson, and Ronald F. Labisky

    RESTOCKING OF FISHER IN THE LAKE STATES, George W. Irvine, Lester T. Magnus, and Bernard J. B,adle

    COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

    HUNGER, MAN AND THE SEAS, Donald G. Snyder

    ESTUARINE DESTRUCTION, MONUMENT TO PROGRESS, George A. Allen

    NEW SHELLFISH FARMING, Victor L. Loosanoff

    THE FISHES, NEGLECTED ASPECT OF ESTUARINE RESEARCH, William H. Massmann

    ANALYSIS OF SPACE DEMANDS FOR WATER AND SHORE, C. W. Threinen

    IRRADIATION PRESERVATION OF SHELLFISH, Arthur F. Novak, and Joseph A. Liuzzo

    DEMERSAL FISHES AND FISHERIES OF THE NORTHEASTERN PACIFIC, A. T. Pruter

    FOREST AND RANGE RESOURCES

    VALUE OF BIG GAME HUNTING IN A PRIVATE FOREST, Robert K. Davis

    DEER, ELK AND CATTLE RANGE RELATIONS ON SUMMER RANGE, Odell Julander, and Duane E. Jeffrey

    RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN WINTERING MULE DEER AND THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT, Charles M. Loveless

    CHANGES IN WILDLIFE HABITAT FOLLOWING BRUSH CONTROL, Thad is W. Box

    ELK AND DEER HABITAT USE OF PINYON-JUNIPER WOODLANDS, Hudson G. Reynolds

    WOODLAND CARIBOU IN THE NORTHWESTERN UNITED STATES, H. Frank Evans

    RELATIONS BETWEEN HUNTER ACCESS AND DEER KILL IN NORTH CAROLINA, George A. James, Frank M. Johnson, and Frank 8. Barick

    CONSERVATION INFORMATION AND EDUCATION

    CAN FIVE MILLION READERS BE WRONG?, Willard T. Johns

    ARE YOU TALKING TO YOURSELF?, E. F. Litthales

    GUIDELINES FOR CONSERVATION ACTION, Stewart M. Branborg

    ENLISTING PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR CONSERVATION, William L. Reavley

    IS THERE A NICHE FOR THE GENERALIST?, Paul A. Yambert

    CONSERVATION'S MYOPIA, Robert D. Calkins

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION-A NATIONAL FAILURE, R. G. Lynch

    APPRAISAL OF THE CONFERENCE, William E. Towell

    CLOSING REMARKS, 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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