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Transactions of the 30th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 8 to 10 1965 in Washington, D. C.

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS

    PUBLIC RESPONSIBILITY FOR RESOURCE POLICY

    FORMAL OPENING, C. R. Gutermuth

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Ernest Brooks

    FIRST THINGS FIRST, Ira N. Gabrielson

    RESOURCES OF PEOPLE, Thomas H. Kuchel

    SIGNIFICANCE OF EFFECTIVE RESOURCE USE, Ford T. Shepherd

    RESOURCES OF GOVERNMENT, Hubert H. Humphrey

    REMARKS OF THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR AT THE ANNUAL BANQUET, MARCH 9

    TODAY'S OPPORTUNITIES - TOMORROW'S NEEDS

    RESOURCES AND MAN'S FUTURE, E. A. Cote

    RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FOR TOMORROW'S NEEDS, Ernest J. Nesius

    NEW CONCEPTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING, Edward G. Pleva

    CONSERVATION FOR CITY AND COUNTY, Charles H. W. Foster

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS

    INLAND, COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, W. Mason Lawrence

    RADIOISOTOPE TECHNIQUES IN FISHERY RESEARCH, T. R. Rice

    PROBLEMS AND PROGRESS IN STREAM PRESERVATION, Harold E. Alexander

    FIFTY-SEVEN SPECIES OF FISH IN OIL-REFINERY WASTE BIO-ASSAY, William H. Irwin

    COORDINATED SANDHILL CRANE STUDY IN THE CENTRAL FLYWAY, Raymond J. Buller and Erwin L. Beeker

    POND CULTURE OF OYSTERS-PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE, William N. Shaw

    DIFFERENTIAL VULNERABILITY OF MALE AND FEMALE CANVASBACKS TO HUNTING, David P. Olson

    BROWSE PREFERENCES OF PRONGHORN ANTELOPE IN SOUTHWESTERN UTAH, Arthur D. Smith, Donald M. Beale, and Dean D. Doell

    DISEASE, NUTRITION AND CONTROL

    A SERIOLOGICAL STUDY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF WILD POPULATIONS IN SOUTH TEXAS, R. S. Cook, D. 0. Trainer, W. C. Glazener and B. D. Nassif

    CEREBROSPINAL NEMATODIASIS (PNEUMOSTRONGYLUS TENUIS) IN NORTH AMERICAN CERVIDS, Roy C. Anderson

    KOREAN HEMORRHAGIC FEVER, John E. Scanlon

    SARCOSPORIDIOSIS IN DUCKS IN LOUISIANA, Robert H. Chabreck

    HOST-PARASITE INTERRELATIONSHIPS IN RODENT BOT FLY INFECTIONS, E. P. Catts

    AN APPROACH TO THE PATHOGENESIS OF VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE OF DEER, J. G. Debbie, H. C. Rowsell, L. H. Karstad and J. Ditchfield

    THE USE OF EXPLORATORY SURGERY TO MEASURE PRODUCTIVITY IN A POPULATION OF MAMMALS, Lowell Adams

    WATERFOWL RESOURCES

    WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT IN CANADA, David A. Munro

    WATERFOWL RESEARCH - ACCOMPLISHMENTS, NEEDS, OBJECTIVES, H. Albert Hochbaum

    WATERFOWL SPECIES MANAGEMENT: PROBLEMS AND PROGRESS, Walter F. Crissey

    WATERFOWL HABITAT UNDER U. S. AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS, D. A. Williams

    PRIVATE CLUBS AND THE WATERFOWL RESOURCE, Walter T. Shannon

    WATERFOWL CONSERVATION IN MEXICO, Rodolfo Hernandez Corzo

    WATERFOWL HABITAT PRESERVATION, John S. Gottschalk

    FOREST AND RANGE RESOURCES

    DEER NUTRITION RESEARCH IN RANGE MANAGEMENT, Donald R. Dietz

    BRUSH MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVED FORAGE VALUES IN SOUTH TEXAS, Thadis W. Box and Jeff Powell

    DEER-BROWSE PRODUCTION AND TIMBER-STAND IMPROVEMENT IN NORTHERN HARDWOODS, James S. Jordan, Donald Hagar and William M. Stiteler, Jr.

    WILDLIFE IN A MULTIPLE USE PROGRAM, Frank W. Stanton

    RESPONSE.OF KAIBAB MULE DEER TO RESEEDED FOREST AND MEADOW, Charles R. Hungerford

    FEEDING COACTIONS BETWEEN SNOWSHOE HARES AND WHITE-TAILED DEER IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN, Theodore A. Bookhout

    BREEDING DENSITY, REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS, AND MORTALITY OF ROCK PTARMIGAN AT EAGLE CREEK, CENTRAL ALASKA, Robert B. Weeden

    FIELD AND FARM RESOURCES

    AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF ARTIFICIAL NEST BOXES ON A GRAY SQUIRREL POPULATION, F. S. Barkalow, Jr., and R. F. Soots, Jr.

    PROBLEMS OF MULTIFLORA ROSE SPREAD AND CONTROL, Robert F. Scott

    ASPECTS OF ANIMAL MOVEMENT AND HOME RANGE DATA OBTAINED BY TELEMETRY, John R. Tester and Donald B. Siniff

    METHODS FOR ESTIMATING MICROTINE ABUNDANCE, Don W. Hayne and Daniel Q. Thompson

    THE RELATION OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOR TO WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, A. W. Stokes and D. F. Balph

    REGULATION OF PHEASANT DENSITY THROUGH NEST ABANDONMENT IN SOUTH-CENTRAL NEBRASKA, Raymond L. Linder and C. Philip Agee

    MORAL, ETHICAL, AND FISCAL ASPECTS OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, Justin W. Leonard

    CONSERVATION INFORMATION AND EDUCATION

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Keith G. Hay

    THE ROLE OF NEWSPAPERS IN PROJECTING CONSERVATION THOUGHT, Edward J. Meeman

    BROADENING THE BASE OF CITIZEN SUPPORT FOR CONSERVATION, Frank Gregg

    OVERCOMING PUBLIC APATHY IN FINANCING OUTDOOR RECREATION, Henry Ray King

    CONSERVATION AND THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING INDUSTRY, Jay McMullen

    CONSERVATION, A USEFUL ADVERTISING TOOL, Thomas G. Watson

    NATURAL AREAS AS SCHOOL CONSERVATION EDUCATION AIDS, John W. Brainerd

    TO EACH HIS OWN - TAILORING INFORMATION PROGRAMS TO FIT THE AUDIENCE, Dick H. Schaffer

    A NEW CONSERVATION FOR AN URBAN AMERICA - An Appraisal of the 30th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Maurice K. Goddard

    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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