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Transactions of the 40th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 16 to 19, 1975 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    Contents

    International Pressures on Renewable Resources

    Formal Opening, Daniel A. Poole

    Remarks of the Chairman, Christian A. Herter, Jr.

    How the Damn Thing Works: Population, Resources, and Quality of Life, Russell W. Peterson

    Agricultural Production: Resource Needs and Limitations, David Pimentel

    Pressures on Renewable Resources: A Canadian Perspective, David A. Munro

    Overview of Resources Issues in the United Nations, Robert Alan Frosch

    Living Marine Resources: Management Needs and Administrative Issues

    Law of the Sea, Howard W. Pollock

    Fisheries Regimes Under Extended Jurisdiction

    Coastal Fisheries Resources Under Extended Jurisdiction, Jacob]. Dykstra

    Development of Fisheries Regimes Under Extended Fisheries Jurisdiction: Salmon Resources, Richard Roberts

    Problems Associated With the Exploitation and Management of Tunas and Billfishes, James Joseph

    The Recreational Viewpoint on a Fisheries Regime Under Extended Jurisdiction, Frank L. Cassidy, Jr.

    Institutional Arrangements and Management Needs

    Scientific and Economic Data Needs for Extended Fisheries Jurisdiction, Virgil]. Norton

    Enforcement and Surveillance Needs Under Extended Fisheries Jurisdiction, Ronald C. Naab and Jim H. Branson

    Maximum Sustainable Yield: An Obsolete Management Concept, Lee M. Talbot

    New Requirements and Approaches for Fish and Wildlife Planning

    Planning for Wildlife in Canada, Hugh Boyd

    Comprehensive Planning for Improved Management of Wildlife and Non-Wildlife Outdoor Recreational Resources in Montana-A Director's Viewpoint, Wesley R. W oodgerd

    Comprehensive Planning in West Virginia, James W. Rawson, Robert H. Dayfield, and William M. Santonas

    State Experiences with Comprehensive Planning: Idaho's Problems and Progress, Monte R. Richards

    Wisconsin's Promises and Performances, Arthur D. Doll

    Comprehensive Wildlife Management Plans: Why Progress is Limited in Michigan, John Kennedy

    The Need for Cooperative Approaches to Fish and Wildlife Management Planning, A. F. C. Greene

    Setting Priorities for the Endangered Species Program, Rollin D. Sparrowe and Howard M. Wight

    Enhancing Coordination of Forestry and Wildlife Management

    Compatibilities and Incompatibilities in Multiple Uses of Forests, Marion Clawson

    Economic Feasibility of Including Game Habitats in Timber Management Systems, Lowell K. Halls

    Incentives to Enhance Timber and Wildlife Management on Private Forest Lands, Samuel P. Shaw and David A. Gansner

    Blending Wildlife Needs in Forest Management Systems, James C. Nelson

    Coordinating Forestry and Elk Management in Montana: Initial Recommendations, L. Jack Lyon

    Improving Wildlife Habitat in Young Douglas-Fir Plantations, Dan L. Campbell and James Evans

    Improving Management of River Systems

    The Geomorphic and Hydraulic Response of Rivers, D. B. Simons

    Evaluation Models for Public Management of Freshwater Wetlands, Joseph S. Larson

    Time Trends in Riverbed Sediment Composition in Salmon and Steelhead Spawning Areas: South Fork Salmon River, Idaho, William S. Platts and Walter F. Megahan

    Dynamics of Marsh Land Formation and Succession Along the Lower Colorado River and their Importance and Management Problems as Related to Wildlife in the Arid Southwest, Robert D. Ohmart, Wayne O. Deason and Sten]. Freeland

    Living With a River in Suburbia, John R. Sheaffer

    Incorporating the Environmental Quality Dimension in Planning River Management, Gary L. Hickman

    Effect of New Legislation on Management of River Systems, Charles R. Ford

    Migratory Birds: Inventories, Population Status, Research Needs, and Management Opportunities

    Economic Values of Non-Game Birds and Some Urban Wildlife Research Needs, Richard M. DeGraaf and Brian R. Payne

    Population Trends in Non-Game Birds in North America, Chandler S. Robbins and Anthony]. Erskinev

    Migratory Waterfowl Management Opportunities Provided by the Water Bank Program, Charles G. Phillips

    Managing Wood Ducks by Population Units, E. Frank Bowers and Fant W. Martin

    Management of Atlantic Brant: Implications of Existing Data, Joseph M. P enkala, James E. Applegate and Leonard]. Wolgast

    Harvest Trends of Canada Geese in Utah, John Tautin and Jessop B. Low

    Strengths and Weaknesses of Environmental Assessments

    The Environmental Assessment Statement as a Natural Resource Planning Tool, Thomas Dolan, IV and Robert M. Maestro

    Toward New Concepts in Environmental Management, Robert C. Harriss

    Problems and Opportunities With Environmental Impact Statements

    Corps' Problems in Preparing EIS, C. Grant Ash

    The Use of Economics in Project Evaluation, John V. Krutilla

    NEPA and the Scientist, Daniel E. Willard

    Social Impacts of Resource Decisions

    Opening Remarks, Ralph R. Widner

    Limitations of Traditional Economics in Making Resource Decisions, Hazel Henderson

    Corporate Views and Responsibilities for Public Values and Profits, C. Robert Binger

    Realizing Renewable Resource Opportunities, Robert E. Wolf

    Importance of Legal Constraints in Maintaining Public Resource Values, Carl H. Reidel

    Evaluating Social Dimensions in Developmental Projects, Neil H. Cheek, Jr.

    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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