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Transactions of the 42nd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 5 to 9, 1977 in Atlanta, Georgia


    Building Sound Conservation Programs

    Opening Remarks, Daniel A. Poole

    How Much Are We Willing to Pay?, Lynn A. Greenwalt

    Needs for Conservation Practices, David G. Unger

    Species vs. Ecosystem Management: Concepts and Practices, Frederic H. Wagner

    New Dimensions in the Management of Coastal Fisheries and Wildlife, David H. Wallace

    Evaluating and Maintaining Habitats for Fish and Wildlife

    Loss of Missouri's Lowland Hardwood Ecosystem, Paul A. Korte and Leigh H. Frederickson

    Harry S. Truman Dam and Reservoir-A Case History of Problems in Fish and Wildlife Coordination, Rollin D. Sparrowe

    Contribution of Remote Sensing to Habitat Evaluation and Management in a Highly Altered Ecosystem, Mary Keith Garrett and Virginia Carter

    Status of the National Wetlands Inventory, John H. Montanari and Joseph E. Townsend

    Effects of Grass Carp Introduction on Waterfowl Habitat, Robert D. Gasaway and Thomas F. Drda

    Management Strategy for Bald Eagles, John E. Mathisen, David J. Sorenson, L. D. Frenzel and Thomas C. Dunstan

    Habitat Development Aspects of the Dredged Material Research Program, Hanley K. Smith

    Socioeconomic Dimensions in Fish and Wildlife Management

    Dynamics of the New Jersey Hunter Population, James E. Applegate

    Characteristics of Nonconsumptive Wildlife Users in Idaho, James R. Fazio and Lawrence A. Belli

    Congestion, Success and the Value of Colorado Deer Hunting Experiences, Ronald R. Miller, Anthony A. Prato and Robert A. Young

    Predator Control: The Public Viewpoint, Louise M. Arthur, Russell L. Gum, Edwin H. Carpenter and William W. Shaw

    Influence of Knowledge of Wildlife Management Principles on Behavior and Attitudes Toward Resource Issues, Robert B. Dahlgren, Alice Wywialowski, Thomas A. Bubolz and Vernon L. Wright

    Changes in Responses From Identical Ohio Hunters Interviewed in 1960-61 and 1973-74, Tony J. Peterle

    Human Concerns in Natural Resources Planning

    Mitigating the Impacts to Wildlife from Socioeconomic Developments, Ann G. Rappaport, James G. Mitchell and Julius G. Nagy

    Unfulfilled Mitigation Requirements of the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act, Patrick A. Parenteau

    A Method of Evaluating Impacts of Timber Harvests on Nontimber Forest Resources, Robert W. Sassaman and Robert M. Randall

    Balancing Economic and Environmental Objectives, Ronald M. North, Walter P. Neely and Robert L. Carlton

    State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plans as a Vehicle for Fish and Wildlife Planning, Richard Gross and A. Heaton Underhill

    Characteristics of Individuals Involved in Different Types of Hunting, Vernon L. Wright, Thomas A. Bubolz, Alice Wywialowski and Robert B. Dahlgren

    Colorado Deer Hunting Experiences, Perry J. Brown, Jacob E. Hautaluoma and S. Morton McPhail

    Influence of Hunter Attitudes and Characteristics on Wildlife Management, Alphonse H. Gilbert

    Managing Fish and Wildlife on Private Lands

    Wildlife Habitat-The "Price-less" Resource Base, John S. Gottschalk

    National Evaluation of the Water Bank Program, Jasper Womach

    Public Access Hunting: A 1974 Pilot Study Evaluation, Tommy L. Brown and Chad P. Dawson

    Soil Conservation Service Assistance in Managing Wildlife on Private Lands in Texas, James Henson, Frank Sprague and Gary Valentine

    Goals and Procedures of Wildlife Management on a Large Western Ranch, Gary J. Wolfe

    The Maintenance of an Urban Deer Herd in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Merlin W. Shoesmith and W. H. Koonz

    Managing Nongame Wildlife on Private Lands, John M. Anderson

    Resource Management Information for Decision Makers and Users

    Cooperative Extension Service Aids Wildlife Management, De/win E. Benson

    Portrait of One Extension Wildlife Specialist, Thomas M. Stockdale

    NOAA's Sea Grant Program and Resource Users, Kenneth J. Roberts and Robert J. Shephard

    Ten Years of Education on Lake Management, Lowell L. Klessig

    A Public Education Program of Predator Damage Control, F. Robert Henderson and Edward K. Boggess

    The $6-million Eel, or From Bait to Delicacy in Four Years, Karen M. Jurgensen and Gene Crow

    The Role of the Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service in the Development of the Louisiana Crawfish Industry, James F. Fowler and Larry W. de la Bretonne, Jr.

    Information Delivery for Water Quality Management, Victor P. Osterli

    Imperatives for Action, Gustav A. Swanson

    A National Approach to Fish and Wildlife Extension Education, Jack H. Berryman

    Environmental Contaminants: Wildlife, Fish and Public Health

    Toxicological Aspects of Toxaphene in Fish: A Summary, Foster L. Mayer and Paul M. Mehrle

    Effects of Petroleum on Birds, Robert C. Szaro

    Environmental Contaminants in Relation to Canadian Wildlife, I. M. Price

    Birds of Prey, DDT, and Tussock Moths in Pacific Northwest, Charles J. Henny

    Relationships Between Insect Control and Human Health, Maurice W. Provost

    Forest and Wildlife Management

    Enhancing Forest Wildlife Habitat Through Diversity, Karl Siderits and Robert E. Radtke

    Featured Species Planning for Wildlife on Southern National Forests, Norman E. Gould

    Songbird Management in a Northern Hardwood Forest, William L. Webb

    Forest Manipulation for Ruffed Grouse, Gordon W. Gullion

    Managing an Elk Herd in the Face of Changing Land Use and Recreational Values, David H. Jenkins

    Wildlife Management on Southern Industrial Forest Lands, James L. Buckner

    Recreationist Education and Training Programs

    The Effects of Campgrounds on Small Mammals in Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, Utah, Gregory A. Clevenger and Gar W. Workman

    Hunter Success and Education Needs, David L. Groves, Stephen S. Light and Charles T. Cushwa

    Hunter Qualification and Education Programs in Finland, Matti Helminen

    Hunter and Hiker Education Programs in Canada: Recent British Columbian Innovations, Brian P. White

    Hunter Education Programs in the United States, Maxwell E. Rich

    The Hunter and Firearm Safety Training Program in Florida, James W. Carter and Donna P. O'Toole

    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.