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Transactions of the 38th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 18 to 21 1973 in Washington, D.C.

    Contents

    PART I - OPENING GENERAL SESSION - ACTIONS NEEDED TO BENEFIT RESOURCES AND PEOPLE

    FORMAL OPENING, Daniel A. Poole

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Sydney Howe

    SCIENCE AND SOCIETY IN THE AGE OF ENVIRONMENT, Maurice F. Strong

    NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT: STATUS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS, Lynton K. Caldwell and Arthur F. Bentley

    NATIONAL LAND-USE POLICY: STATUS AND NEEDS, Russell E. Train

    IMPACT OF POPULATION GROWTH ON RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT, Hugh Downs

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS - RARE AND ENDANGERED SPECIES: STATUS AND NEEDS

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Raymond F. Dasmann

    ECOLOGY AND ENDANGERED SPECIES, Harry A. Goodwin

    DWINNDLING AND ENDANGERED UNGULATES OF CHILE: VICUGNA, LAMA, HIPPOCAMEWS, AND PUDU, Sterling Miller, Jurgen Rottman and Richard D. Taber

    ENDANGERED WILDLIFE ON THE NATIONAL RESOURCE LANDS, Burton W. Silcock, H. Curt Hammit and Jc>hn E. Crawford

    CONVENTIONAL AND UNCONVENTIONAL APPROACHES TO WILDLIFE EXPLOITATION, Robert K. Dllvis, Steve H. Hanke and Frank Mitche 11

    EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUES FOR DEVELOPING WILDLIFE RESERVES IN LATIN COUNTRIES, Anne LI\Baotille

    COMPARATIVE PRODUCTIVITY OF SIX BALD EAGLE POPULATIONS, Alexander Sprunt, IV, William B. Robertson, Jr., Sergej Postupalsky, Richard J. Hensel, c. Eugene Knoder Frank J, Ligas

    REMARKS OF THE DISCUSSION LEADER, Lee M. Talbot

    SEEKING IMPROVEMENTS FOR WILDLIFE AND FISH

    REMAjUCS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Justin W. Leonard

    PANEL - STRIP MINING: RESOURCES IN CONFLICT

    MINING IMP ACTS AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Otis L. Copeland

    STRIP MINING: RESOURCES IN CONFLICT: IMPACTS AND RECLAMATION EFFORT's IN ILLINOIS, W. D. Klimstra and S. R. Jewell

    STRIP MINING IMPACTS AND RECLAMATION EFFORTS IN APPALACHIA, Robert Leo Smith

    STRIP MINING: CONFLICT OR COMPETITION, Rodney Krause

    REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE POLICY 1973

    REMARKS OF THE SESSION CHAIRMAN, Justin W. Leonard

    REPORT OF THF. COMMITTEE ON NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE POLICY, Presented by Durward L, Allen

    HUMAN DIMENSIONS IN WILDLIFE

    DEFINING AND EVALUATING RECREATION QUALITY, Daniel R. Talhelm

    MOTIVATIONS FOR FISHING, Richard C. Knopf, B. L. Driver and John R. Bassett

    RECREATIONAL PREFERENCES FOR BIRDS IN SASKATCHEWAN, Douglas H. Schweitzer, David A. Scott, Arthur W. Blue and Jonathan P. Secter

    VISITOR EVALUATIONS OF A DEVELOPED OUTDOOR RECREATION AREA ON A NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Ronald L. Fowler and Richard L. Bury

    HUNTING SATISFACTION: GAME, GUNS, OR NATURE?, Dale R. Potter, John C. Hendee and Roger N. Clark

    ATTITUDES OF MASSACHUSETTS HUNTERS, Thomas A. More

    RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HUNTING SUCCESS AND SATISFACTION, George H. Stankey, Robert C. Lucas and Robert R. Ream

    COLORADO HUNTER BEHAVIOR, ATTITUDES, AND PHILOSOPHIES, Bernhard J. Schole, Fred A. Glover, Douglas D. Sjogren and Eugene Decker

    SOME EFFECTS OF URBANIZATION ON BIG AND SMALL GAME MANAGEMENT, James J. Kennedy

    ETHICS OF HUNTING AND THE ANTIHUNTING MOVEMENT, David R, Klein

    SOME FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH ATTITUDE TOWARD DEER HUNTING IN NEW JERSEY RESIDENTS, James E, Applegate

    TERRITORIALITY AMONG HUNTERS - THE POLICY IMPLICATIONS, Jack Ward Thomas, James C. Pack, William M. Healy, John D. Gill and H. Reed Sanderson

    PERCEPTION OF WILDLIFE HAZARD IN NATIONAL PARK USE, Rorke B. Bryan and Michael c. Jansson

    ATTITUDES OF WISCONSIN DUCK HUNTERS ON ALTERNATIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS, Lowell L. Klessig and Richard A. Hunt

    WISCONSIN WATERFOWL HUNTER ATTITUDES AND COMMUNICATIONS, Timothy T, Eisele

    METHOD OF UTILIZING PERSONAL VALUE INFORMATION FOR ASSESSING ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES ON PUBLIC LANDS, David L, Groves, Charles T. Cush\JA and James S. Lindzey

    PRIVATE LANDS AVAILABLE FOR WILDLIFE IN CENTRAL NEW YORK, Bruce T. Wilkins and Eugene C, Erickson

    ELK BEHAVIOR IN RELATION TO CATTLE GRAZING, FOREST RECREATION, AND TRAFFIC, A. Lorin Ward, Jerry J. Cupal, Alfred L. Lea, Charles A. Oakley and Richard w. Weeks

    PLANNING FOR INTENSIVE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

    INTERGOVERNMENTAL LAND PLANNING: ALASKA'S MODEL, Victor Fischer

    CANADA'S INVENTORY OF LAND-WILDLIFE CAPABILITIES, V. E, F. Solman

    NEW TOOL IN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Arch B. Park, Edward Berard and Charles Croteau

    PLANNING RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN STATE FISH AND GAME AGENCIES, Enoch F. Bell and Emmett F. Thompson

    POLITiCAL ECONOMY OF WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, Steve H. Hanke

    DEMAND ESTIMATION IN PLANNING FOR INTENSIVE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: DEER AND MOOSE HUNTING IN MANITOBA, R. E. Capel and R. K. Pandey

    BALANCING HUMAN, WILDLIFE AND FISH NEEDS

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Douglas H. Pimlott

    NEW OWNERS AND VIEWS ON NATURAL RESOURCES IN RURAL AMERICA, Bruce T, Wilkins and Tommy L. Brown

    DEVELOPMENTS IN MULTIPLE USE OF CANADA'S PUBLIC LANDS, W. Winston Mair

    RESTRICTING HUMAN USE OF PUBLIC LANDS !N NORTH AMERICA, Tom D, Thomas

    DEVELOPMENTS IN RECREATIONAL USE OF PUBLIC LANDS AND WATERS, Lynn A. Greenwalt

    ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING FOR OIL SHALE PRODUCTION IN WES'l,"ERN COLORADO, Alexander T. Cringan and Paul D, Kilburn

    BALANCING NEEDS OF FISHERIES AND ENERGY PRODUCTION, J, A. Mihursky and L. Eugene Cronin

    PART III - CLOSING GENERAL SESSION - PRIORITIES IN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, James A. Crutchfield

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Nathaniel P. Reed

    BALANCING DEMANDS FOR NATURAL RESOURCES, Nathaniel P. Reed

    EXAMINING BUDGET. PRIORITIES: NATURAL RESOURCES, William A. Morrill

    FEDERAL ORGANIZATION TO MEET RESOURCE NEEDS, Andrew M. Rouse

    EQUIPPING STATE GOVERNMENT TO MEET RESOURCE NEEDS, W. Mason Lawrence

    COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT: A PROGRESS REPORT, Robert M, White

    PROGRAM CRITIQUE OF THE 38th NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE AND NATURAL RESOURCES CONFERENCE, Leslie L. Glasgow

    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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