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Transactions of the 35th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 22 to 25 1970 in Chicago, Illinois

    Contents

    PART I - OPENING GENERAL SESSION - WHAT'S HAPPENING TO THE ENVIRONMENT

    FORMAL OPENING, Ira N. Gabrielson

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Frederick C. Pullman

    FILTH IN LAKE AND SEA, E. W. Seabrook Hull

    AGRICULTURAL POLLUTION, Cecil H. Wadleigh

    PROGRAM OF THE COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, Russell E. Train

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS - DISEASE, NUTRITION, AND CONTROLS

    EVALUATING WINTER DEER USE OF ORCHARDS IN WESTERN COLORADO, John D. Harder

    CHEMICAL CONTROL OF PIGEON REPRODUCTION, J. L. Schortemeyer and S. L. Beckwith

    REPRODUCTIVE FAILURE IN BROWN PELICANS ON THE PACIFIC COAST, James O. Keith, Leon A. Woods, Jr., and Eldridge G. Hunt

    ECOLOGY OF WATERFOWL BOTULISM TOXIN PRODUCTION, Brian F. Hunter

    REMOTE SENSING - A PANEL

    MONITORING MIGRATORY BIRD HABITAT BY REMOTE SENSING METHODS, Harvey K. Nelson, A. T. Klett, and W. G. Burge

    FOREST AND RANGE RESOURCES

    PREDATION BY BLACK-BACKED JACKALS ON NEW-BORN BLESBOK LAMBS, S. S. du Plessis

    FACTORS INFLUENCING RUFFED GROUSE POPULATIONS, Gordon W. Gullion

    FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF WIND AS AN ECOLOGICAL AND THERMAL FORCE, Deborah Stevens and Aaron N. Moen

    WINTER FLUCTUATIONS IN SIZE OF HOME RANGE OF THE RED SQUIRREL, D. L. Zirul and W. A. Fuller

    THE PUBLIC LAND LAW REVIEW COMMISSION - A PANEL

    REMARKS OF THE MODERATOR, Thadis W. Box

    THE PUBLIC LAND LAW REVIEW COMMISSION - AN EASTERNER'S VIEW, Philip Hoff

    EMERGING TRENDS AND POTENTIAL PROBLEMS FROM THE STUDY PROGRAM OF THE PUBLIC LAND LAW REVIEW COMMISSION, Hamilton K. Pyles

    THE STUDIES OF THE PUBLIC LAND LAW REVIEW COMMISSION: THEIR RELEVANCE TO THE WESTERN STATES, John A. Biggs

    FIELD AND FARM RESOURCES

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Roy E. Tomlinson

    ACCELERATED RESEARCH ON MIGRATORY WEBLESS GAME BIRDS, Duncan MacDonald and Thomas R. Evans

    A PROPOSED BAND-TAILED PIGEON CENSUS - A MANAGEMENT NEED, Daniel M. Keppie, Howard M. Wight, and W. Scott Overton

    WHITE-WINGED DOVE NESTING COLONIES IN NORTHEASTERN MEXICO, David R. Blankinship

    CHARACTERISTICS OF A HEAVILY HUNTED WOODCOCK POPULATION IN WEST VIRGINIA, William H. Goudy, Robert C. Kletzly, and Joseph C. Rieffenberger

    RUFFED GROUSE: AN INDICATOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE, John B. Lewis

    EFFECTS OF SAGEBRUSH CONTROL ON SAGE GROUSE, Harold D. Carr and Fred A. Glover

    THE ECOLOGY OF THE WILD-TRAPPED AND TRANSPLANTED RING-NECKED PHEASANT NEAR CENTRE HALL, PENNSYLVANIA, James E. Meyers

    COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Russell A. Cookingham

    OREGON'S ALBACORE RESEARCH PROJECT, Daniel A. Panshin

    BLACK BRANT ON THE MAINLAND COAST OF MEXICO, Robert H. Smith and G. Hortin Jensen

    LONG-RANGE PLANNING FOR GREAT LAKES RESOURCES, James T. McFadden

    MASSACHUSETTS ESTUARINE RESEARCH AND PROTECTION PROGRAMS, Arthur P. Chesmore and Allen E. Peterson, Jr.

    ESTUARIES AND THE ECOLOGY OF SHOREBIRDS, John Smail

    EVALUATION OF A LEVEED LOUISIANA MARSH, Edward Ray Smith

    OPERATIONS SINCE 1963 UNDER MONTANA'S STREAM PRESERVATION LAW, John C. Peters

    WATERFOWL RESOURCES

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Carl R. Noren

    THE MIGRATORY WATERFOWL PROGRAM IN CANADA, John S. Tener and Alan G. Loughrey

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Carl R. Noren

    WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT IN THE SEVENTIES, John S. Gottschalk and Allan T. Studholme

    THE STATES' VIEWS ON WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT, John R. Woodworth

    WILDFOWLING AND THE LAW, H. Albert Hochbaum

    WETLANDS PRESERVATION-MANAGEMENT IN NORTH AMERICA, Dale E. Whitesell

    EVALUATION OF THE 1968-1969 EXPERIMENTAL MALLARD DRAKE SEASON IN MONTANA, WYOMING AND COLORADO, Jack R. Grieb, Howard D. Funk, Richard M. Hopper George F. Wrakestraw, and Dale Witt

    CONSERVATION COMMUNICATIONS

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Max Schnepf

    THE ECOLOGY OF THE NEW CONSERVATION, Clay Schoenfeld

    THE COMMUNICATOR'S ROLE IN RESOURCE DECISIONS, Marvin Zeldin

    ATTITUDES AND COMMUNICATIONS ABOUT WILDLIFE, David L. Erickson

    ESTABLISHING OBJECTIVES AND EVALUATING PROGRAMS, Allan Murray

    COMMUNICATING CONSERVATION THROUGH MAGAZINES, George Laycock

    ROLE OF THE OUTDOOR WRITER IN COMMUNICATING CONSERVATION, Roger M. Latham

    "HOW MANY OF YOU DRIVE WHALES?" A PLAN FOR CONSERVATION EDUCATION ACTION, W. Jane Westenberger

    PART III - GENERAL SESSION - THE FIGHT FOR A CLEAN ENVIRONMENT

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Werner A. Baum

    RESPONSIBILITY OF INDUSTRY IN ENVIRONMENT, Karl R. Bendetsen

    MAN'S STAKE IN A GOOD ENVIRONMENT AN APPRAISAL OF THE PROGRAM OF THE 35TH NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE AND NATURAL RESOURCES CONFERENCE, WITH COMMENTS ON SIGNIFICANT TRENDS AND PRO.BABLE DEVELOPMENTS, Daniel L. Leedy

    CLOSING REMARKS AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, 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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