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Transactions of the 37th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 12 to 15 1972 in Mexico City, Mexico

    Contents

    PART I - OPENINGS GENERAL SESSION- INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATION CHALLENGES

    FORMAL OPENING, Daniel A. Poole

    PROGRAMS FOR RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES IN MEXICO, Enrique Beltran

    HUMAN POPULATION, FOOD DEMANDS, AND WILDLIFE NEEDS, Norman E. Borlaug

    BALANCING HUMAN POPULATIONS WITH LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS, Patricia Dee Carpio Wbiting

    NEED FOR A NEW NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE POLICY, Durward L. Allen

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS - MEXICO'S NATURAL RESOURCES

    MEXICAN FORESTRY, Eulogio de la Garza

    WILDLIFE PROTECTION AND SOME INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS, Bernardo Villa-R.

    INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF MEXICAN F.ISHERIES, Hector Medina Neri

    WWF PROJECT ON CROCODILES IN CHIAPAS, Miguel Alvarez del Toro

    CONSERVATIONIST EDUCATION IN MEXICO, Ambrosio Gonzalez Cortes

    TRENDS ON ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL IN MEXICO, Humberto Romero-Alvarez

    COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

    ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF THE COASTAL ZONE, William S. Beller

    USE OF DEAD REEF SHELL IN ESTUARINE CONSERVATION, Gordon Gunter

    ANADROMOUS FISH MANAGEMENT IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER SYSTEM, Frank H. Bollman

    DISTRIBUTION AND MANAGEMENT OF CARIBBEAN SEA TURTLES, William E. Rainey and Peter C. H. Pritchard

    RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FOR OCEANIC ISLANDS, John McEarchern and Edward L. Towle

    PRESERVATION: PERIL OR PANACEA?

    A COMMITMENT IN DEFENCE OF NATURAL SYSTEMS, Margaret Owings

    PRESERVING QUALITY TO SPACESHIP EARTH, Garrett Harding

    NATURAL AREAS AS COMPONENTS OF MAN'S NATURAL ENVIRONMENT, Eugene P. Odum and Howard T. Odum

    MANAGING MARINE ENVIRONMENTS, G. Carleton Ray and Kenneth S. Norris

    RESOURCE PLANNING: NEW NEEDS AND VIEWS

    AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO RESOURCE PLANNING, E. F. Anderson

    THE BROAD PLANNING CONTEXT OF NATURAL RESOURCE PLANNING, Robert H. Marden

    MIDAS-A TOOL FOR NATURAL RESOURCE DATA MANAGEMENT, Donald K. Christie and Robert G. Young

    MODELS FOR SUPPLY AND DEMAND ANALYSIS IN STATE FISH AND GAME PLANNING, Robert K. David and Joseph J. Seneca

    CRITERIA FOR BIG GAME PLANNING: PERFORMANCE VS. INTUITION, Jack E. Gross

    TOWARDS MORE EFFECTIVE NATURAL RESOURCE PLANNING, David A. King

    SPECIES OF INTERNATIONAL INTEREST: MANAGEMENT AND PROBLEMS

    THE MANAGEMENT OF CAPYBARA IN VENEZUELA, Juhani Ojasti and Gonzalo Medina Padilla

    WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT IN MASAILAND, EAST AFRICA, Wendell G. Swank

    THE PROBLEM OF BAT RABIES, MIGRATORY BATS, LIVESTOCK AND PEOPLE, Arthur M. Greenhall

    CURRENT STATUS OF THE ENDANGERED MASKED BOBWHITE QUAIL, Roy E. Tomlinson

    MOVEMENTS AND MORTALITY OF WHITE-WINGED DOVES BANDED IN TAMAULIPAS, MEXICO, David R. Blankinship, James G. Teer, and William H. Kiel, Jr.

    MOVEMENTS AND HUNTING MORTALITY OF COLORADO BAND-TAILED PIGEONS, Clait E. Braun

    WATER, FISH, WILDLIFE AND SOCIETY

    IMPACTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES ON GULF COAST ESTUARIES, Richard A. Geyer

    WATER DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT, Bud Bristow

    PERILS OF MODERN CIVILIZATION, Fernando del Rio

    HYDROLOGIC BEHAVIOR OF STREAM CHANNELS, Thomas Maddock, Jr.

    RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: WATER VS. WILDLIFE! IS THIS CONFLICT NECESSARY?, Robert E. Moore

    STRENGTHENING FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION IN THE WATER RESOURCES PROGRAM, James T. McBroom

    PART III - SPECIAL PANELS

    CEREMONY MARKING THE AMENDMENT OF THE 1936 CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF MIGRATORY BIRDS AND GAME ANIMALS

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Daniel A. Poole

    STATEMENT IN BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Nathaniel P. Reed

    RESPONSE IN BEHALF OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MEXICO, Eulogio de la Garza O.

    IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COUNCIL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY - DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR PREDATOR CONTROL STUDY

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Daniel A. Poole

    VIEWPOINT OF THE COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, Lee M. Talbot

    REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN, Stanley A. Cain

    REMARKS OF A. STARKER LEOPOLD, A. Starker Leopold

    VIEWS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Nathaniel P. Reed

    PART IV - CLOSING GENERAL SESSION

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Joseph L. Fisher

    SOIL EROSION: NEW PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS, Kenneth E. Grant

    CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION OF SOIL AND WATER, A. W. Taylor

    RECYCLING SOLID WASTES: ADVANCES AND NEEDS, Robert F. T estin

    PROVIDING ENERGY AND MAINTAINING ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, Robert O. Anderson

    LEGAL APPROACHES-PRECEDENT CASES, Roderick A. Cameron

    INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND RESOURCE NEEDS CRITIQUE OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM, Robert A. McCabe

    CLOSING REMARKS, Laurence R. Jahn

    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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