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Transactions of the 41st North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 21 to 25, 1976 in Washington, D.C.


    Natural Resources Capabilities, Population Needs, and Quality of Life

    Formal Opening, Daniel A. Poole

    Population, Food and Energy-The Need of New Policies for Our Future, Georg A. Borgstrom

    Scientific Resource Management: An Historical Perspective, Susan L. Flader

    Toward Legal Rights for Natural Systems, Christopher D. Stone

    Private Sector Programs to Maintain Critical Habitats, Patrick F. Noonan

    Strategies and Plans for Improving Management of Resources

    Opening Remarks, Eugene P. Odum

    Three Generations of Pesticides: Time for a New Approach, Robert van den Bosch

    Obtaining Protein From the Oceans: Opportunities and Constraints, Norman]. Wilimovsky

    Government's Role in Managing Coastal and Marine Resources, David H. Wallace

    Energy Evaluation and Management Alternatives for Florida's East Coast, Suzanne Bayley, Howard T. Odum and Michael Kemp

    A Modeling Approach to Evaluate Tidal Wetlands, Douglas Hill

    Use of Population Genetics Data for the Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations, Michael H. Smith, H. 0. Hillestad, M. N. Manlove and R. L. Marchinton

    Maintaining Ecological and Sociological Values in Water Projects

    Opening Remarks, William Whipple, Jr.

    Balancing Economic Development and Environmental Quality Through the Water Resources Council's Principles and Standards, Warren D. Fairchild

    Options for Financing Water Development Projects, Steve H. Hanke

    Environmental Objectives and Water Quality Control Programs, William Whipple,Jr.

    Assuring Ecological Integrity in Water Developments, John Cairns, Jr. and Kenneth L. Dickson

    Flood Control and Wildlife Preservation in Los Angeles Water Projects, Gordon A. Reetz and Dale A. Pierce

    Migratory Bird Management: Attitudes, Plans and Cooperative Approaches

    Opening Remarks, John S. Tener

    The Waterfowl Hunters' Perceptions of the Waterfowl Resource, Robert I. Smith and Roy J. Roberts

    A Management Plan for Waterfowl, Lynn A. Greenwalt

    Trends and New Directions in Federal Conservation Law Enforcement, Clark R. Bavin

    Improving International Cooperative Efforts: Accomplishments and Needs

    Aquatic Migratory Birds in Mexico, Mario Luis Cossio Gabucio

    Improving International Cooperative Efforts: Accomplishments and Needs, Alan G. Loughrey

    International Cooperation in Migratory Bird Management: United States Efforts, Nathaniel P. Reed

    Improving International Cooperative Waterfowl Management Efforts: Accomplishments and Needs, Jack R. Grieb

    Land Use: Planning and Allocations

    Opening Remarks, Alfred Heller

    California's Coastal Management Plan, Joseph E. Bodovitz

    Energy, Land and Equity, Bruce M. Hannon

    Incorporating Fish and Wildlife Values in Land Use Planning, Robert L. Hoover

    Land Allocations in Alaska

    Cochairman's Remarks, Robert E. LeResche

    Alaska's Land-The Crucial Years, Guy R. Martin

    Land Allocations in Alaska: Federal Plans, William C. Reffa lt

    Social and Economic Considerations in Alaska's Resource Development, Kevin Waring

    Federal, State and Local Cooperation, Samuel E. Wood

    Energy Demands, Alternative Sources, and Management Needs

    Energy and Our National Heritage, Roger W. Sant

    Net Benefits to Society From Alternative Energy Investments, Howard T. Odum

    Meeting the Challenge of Future Energy Development, F. Eugene Hester

    Rehabilitation Potentials and Limitations of Surface Mined Lands, Roger R. Bay

    Assuring Ecological Soundness in Coastal Energy Developments, John R. Clark

    Constructing and Managing Power Plants to Avoid Adverse Ecological Impacts, Frank L. Parker

    Using Animal Population Characteristics To Improve Management

    The Use of Protein Variation in the Management of Salmonid Populations, Fred M. Utter, Fred W. Allendorf and Bernie May

    The Use of Restocking Quotas in Corcodilian Harvest Management, James D. Nichols, Robert H. Chabreck and Walt Conley

    Feral Asses on Public Lands: An Analysis of Biotic Impact, Legal Considerations and Management Alternatives, Steven W. Carothers, Merle E. Stitt and R. R.Johnson

    Bobwhite Quail Population Characteristics and Management Implications in South Texas, William H. Kiel,Jr.

    Population Ecology of Polar and Grizzly Bears in Canada, Ian Stirling, Arthur M. Pearson and F. L. Bunnell

    Population Characteristics of Minnesota Black Bears, Lynn L. Rogers

    Providing Habitats for Wild Fauna and Flora

    Opening Remarks, Maynard M. Nelson

    Maintenance of Natural Diversity: Approach and Recommendations, Robert E. Jenkins

    Guidelines for Maintaining and Enhancing Wildlife Habitat in Forest Management in the Blue Mountains of Washington and Oregon, Jack Ward Thomas, Rodney J. Miller, Hugh Black, Jon E. Rodiek and Chris Maser

    From Fire Control to Fire Management: An Ecological Basis for Policies, Bruce M. Kilgore

    Agriculture and Wildlife: Opportunities and Conflict, Robert W. Long

    Habitat Programs and Recreation Opportunities on Private Agricultural Land: Opportunities and Constraints, William]. Horvath

    Providing Habitat for Migratory Birds Through Private Efforts, Dale E. Whitesell

    Meeting Demands for Resource Management Information and Services

    Trends and Future Problems in North American Outdoor Recreation, J. S. Marsh

    Perceptions of Animals in American Society, Stephen R. Kellert

    Inputs of Wildlifers Expected by Urban and Regional Planners

    Moderator's Remarks, Aelred D. Geis

    Wildlife As Inputs to Comprehensive Planning, Walter]. Monasch and John H. Thillman

    Input of Wildlifers Expected by Urban and Regional Planners: Views of American Institute of Planners, Royce E. Lanier

    Wildlife Research Needed by Landscape Architects, Robert 0. Brush

    Wildlife Biologists' Involvement in the Planning Process, Dean P. Longrie

    Perspectives on Training Needs for Future Resource Managers, R. Keith Arnold

    Selling Sound Resource Management - Investment in the Future, Eleanor C.J. Horwitz

    Blueprint for the Tricentennial

    The Environmental Movement in America's Third Century, Henry L. Diamond

    Are National Environmental and Economic Objectives Compatible?, Beatrice E. Willard

    Wildlife 1976: A New Perspective is Needed, D. Kent Frizzell

    Strengthening State-Federal Cooperation for Western Energy Developments, Thomas L. Judge

    Communications and Resource Management, James R. Shepley

    Educating Citizens to Improve Resource Management, Walter]. Bogan,Jr.

    Closing Remarks, L. 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.