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Transactions of the 36th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 7 to 10 1971 in Portland, Oregon

    Contents

    PART I - OPENING GENERAL SESSION SOCIETY'S FAILURE TO SOLVE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS

    FORMAL OPENING, Daniel A. Poole

    CAN GOVERNMENT MEET ENVIRONMENTAL NEEDS?, Roderick Nash

    LEGAL INSTRUMENTS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT, David Siva

    NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, Norman Pearson

    SHOULD ECONOMICS DICTATE RESOURCE ALLOCATION DECISIONS?, Michael F. Brewer

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS CONTROLLING LAND USE

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, S. J. Schulman

    ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING IN NORTHERN EUROPE AND RUSSIA, J. J. Shomon

    IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, Peter Q. Eschweiler

    ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS AND THE LAND USE PLANNING PROCESS IN A WATERSHED, Lawrence S. Hamilton

    NATIONAL LAND USE POLICY: THE PRESIDENT'S PROPOSAL, William K. Reilly

    EASEMENTS FOR MAINTAINING ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES, J. Martin Winton

    ESTABLISHING UNDERWATER PARKS WORLDWIDE, Orthello L. Wallis

    CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION

    OCCURRENCE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF PCB'S IN THE ENVIRONMENT, E. H. Dustman, L. F. Stickel, L. J. Blus, W. L. Reichel and S. N. Weimeyer

    HEAVY METALS IN UNITED STATES FISH, Richard J. Bronk

    SURVEY OF MERCURY RESIDUES IN AQUATIC BIRD EGGS, Kees Vermeer

    EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES ON MULE DEER RUMEN BACTERIA, Thomas A. Barber and Julius G. Nagy

    SIDE EFFECTS OF FOREST SPRAYING IN NEW BRUNSWICK, P. A. Pearce

    EFFECTS OF MIREX ON ESTUARINE ORGANISMS, J. I. Lowe, P. R. Parrish, A. J. Wilson, Jr., P. D. Wilson, and T. W. Duke

    OIL, FISH AND WILDLIFE

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Philip A. Douglas

    IMPACTS OF OIL ON THE EAST COAST, Donald J. Zinn

    IMPACTS OF OIL ON THE GULF COAST, Lyle S. St. Amant

    OIL POLLUTION AND WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES IN THE SANTA BARBARA CHANNEL, Dale Straughan

    OIL DEVELOPMENTS IN ALASKA - A PANEL

    PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT, Geoffrey Larminie

    ALASKA-OIL AND THE ENVIRONMENT, Angus Gavin

    OIL AND WILDLIFE: A BIOLOGIST'S VIEW, Robert B. Weeden

    h2>FIELD AND FOREST

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Glenn D. Chambers

    MAN'S POPULATION-ENVIRONMENT CRISIS, Walter E. Howard

    THE CANADA GOOSE TAGGING PROGRAM IN WISCONSIN, George K. Brakage, Henry M. Reeves, Richard A. Hunt

    STATUS OF THE WOOD DUCK IN ONTARIO, Alexander T. Cring ham

    STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF GRIZZLY BEARS IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, C. J. Martinka

    IMPORTANCE OF DAILY BAG IN SQUIRREL HUNTING, Donald M. Christisen

    STATUS OF ENDANGERED SPECIES PROGRAM, Harry A. Goodwin and Eley P. Denson

    PROBLEMS CONFRONTING MIGRATORY BIRDS IN ALASKA, James C. Bartonek, James G. King, and Harvey K. Nelson

    IMPACT OF CHANNELIZATION IN THE OBION-FORKED DEER CREEK BASIN, C. J. Barstow

    DECISION-MAKING MODEL FOR PUBLIC MANAGEMENT OF WETLANDS, Joseph S. Larson

    HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, John C. Hendee and Dale R. Potter

    ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF MICHIGAN'S SALMON-TROUT FISHERY, Gale C. Jamsen and Paul V. Ellefson

    ROLE OF FIRE IN MANAGING RED FIR FORESTS, Bruce M. Kilgore

    CONSERVATION COMMUNICATIONS

    ECOLOGICAL RATIONALE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF UNGULATES IN PARKS, Glen F. Cole

    OWAA YOUTH PROGRAM, James A. O. Crowe

    COMMUNICATING COMPLETE WILDLIFE VALUES OF KENAI, Harold W. Steinhoff

    ROLE OF MASS MEDIA IN KEEPING THE PUBLIC INFORMED OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS - A PANEL

     

    THE ROLE OF THE PRINTED MEDIA, Clare Conley

    THE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL TELEVISION, Robert Northshield

    PART III - CLOSING GENERAL SESSION NATIONAL WELL-BEING DEMANDS SOLUTIONS

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Cornelius H. Siemen

    PRESENTATION OF THE B. Y. MORRISON MEMORIAL AWARD, G. W. Irving, Jr.

    MAN: PLANETARY DISEASE-1971 B. Y. MORRISON MEMORIAL LECTURE, Ian L. McHarg

    QUALITY ENVIRONMENT: INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES, James W. Moorman

    ON COMPROMISING THE PUBLIC GOOD, Denis Hayes

    YOUR ROLE FOR A QUALITY ENVIRONMENT, Shirley A. Briggs

    SUMMARIZATION AND CRITIQUE OF THE CONFERENCE, M. Graham Netting

    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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