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Transactions of the 45th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 22 to 26, 1980 in Miami Beach, Florida


    New Approaches to Manage Natural Resources

    Opening Remarks, Daniel A. Poole

    The Changing Resource Scene in Florida, Colonel Robert M. Brantly

    A Perspective on Federal Public Land Policies in the Late 1970s and 1980s, Guy Martin

    Managing Rural Resources: The New Era of the 1980s, William K. Reilly

    Acid Rain: Living Resource Implications and Management Needs, Orie L. Loucks

    Implications of International Conventions on Management of Living Resources, Richard K. Yancey

    Academic Education Needed by Resource Managers, Russell A. Cookingham, Peter T. Bromley and Kirk H. Beattie

    National Wildlife and Fisheries Policy

    A National Fish and Wildlife Policy, Robert L. Herbst

    A Wildlife Policy for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, M. Rupert Cutler

    Establishing Common Ground for Resource Allocation and Management

    Introductory Remarks-Establishing Common Ground, Gerald W. Cormick

    Resolving Conflicts in Natural Resource Priorities: Some Experiences from Developing Countries, R. Michael Wright

    Mediation: A "Sell-out" for Conservation Advocates? or a Bargain?, Robert J. Go/ten

    Founding a Center for Environmental Mediation in New England, David O'Connor and Charles H. W. Foster

    Strengthening Authorities and Procedures for Natural Resources Management

    Environmental and Natural Resource Issues: Press Sensationalism, Carroll J. Glynn and Albert R. Tims

    Americans' Attitudes and Knowledge of Animals, Stephen R. Kellert

    Necessary Conditions for Resource Allocation and Management, Lowell L. Klessig and Stephen B. Lovejoy

    Implementation of Executive Order 11988 on Floodplain Management, Frank H. Thomas

    Alternatives to Land Acquisition, Robert A. Ritsch

    Marine, Estuarine and Coastal Resources

    Progress and Problems in Implementing the Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976, J. L. McHugh

    Coastal Zone Studies: A Holisitc Approach, James B. Johnston, Martha W. Young and Carolyn 0. French

    Engineering Solutions for Fish and Wildlife Management Problems, Major General Elvin R. Heiberg

    Assessment of Fisheries Management Options in National Parks, Richard H. Dawson

    Georgia's Approach to Coastal Zone Management, Robert J. Reimold and Linda D. Connally

    Habitat Protection Through Coastal Zone Management, James W. Rote

    Nongame Research and Management

    Role and Importance of Nongame Wildlife, R. Bruce Bury, Howard W. Campbell and Norman J. Scott, Jr.

    Endangered Species: An Economic Perspective, Richard C. Bishop

    Wildlife Management and Nonhunting Wildlife Enthusiasts, William W. Shaw and David A. King

    Consistency in Habitat Preference of Forest Bird Species, Barry R. Noon, Deanna K. Dawson, Douglas B. Inkley, Chandler S. Robbins and Stanley H. Anderson

    Island Biogeography and the Conservation of Nongame Birds, Fred B. Samson

    Bald Eagles and the Management Program at Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Curtice R. Griffin, Thomas S. Baskett and Rollin D. Sparrowe

    Status of Grizzly Bears in the Yellowstone System, Bonnie M. Blanchard and Richard R. Knight

    Deficiencies and Training Needs in Nongame Wildlife Management, Robert B. Finley, Jr.

    Forestry-Wildlife Management

    Preservation of Mature Forest Seral Stages to Provide Wildlife Habitat Diversity, Ira D. Luman and William A. Neitro

    Coordinating Forestry and Elk Management, L. Jack Lyon

    Experimental Management of Michigan's Deer Habitat, C. L. Bennett, Jr., E. E. Langenau, Jr., G. E. Burgoyne, Jr., J. L. Cook, J. P. Duvendeck, E. M. Harger, R. J. Moran and L. G. Visser

    Forest and Wildlife Dynamics in the Southeast, Larry D. Harris

    Management Needs on Private Nonindustrial Forest Lands: A Summary of Four Regional Conferences, J. Charles Lee

    A Report on the National Private Nonindustrial Forestry Conference held in Washington, D.C. November 26 and 27, 1979, Raymond L. Marler

    Bottomland Hardwoods: Status, Values and Maintenance Needs

    Status of Bottomland Hardwoods Along the Lower Mississippi River, Stephen W. Forsythe and Stephen W. Gard

    Values and Functions of Bottomland Hardwoods, Charles H. Wharton

    Factors Controlling the Fate of Pesticides in Rural Watersheds of the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley, Christopher J. Schmitt and Parley V. Winger

    Management of Lowland Hardwood Wetlands for Wildlife: Problems and Potential, Leigh H. Fredrickson

    River Corridor Approach to Bottomland Management, John R. Clark

    Federal Regulations: Handles, Effectiveness and Remedies, Patrick A. Parenteau and James T. B. Tripp

    Economic Incentives for Bottomland Conversion: The Role of Public Policy and Programs, Leonard Shabman

    Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana: Wetland Conservation Alternatives, A. Foster Sanders, III and David M. Soileau

    The Cache River Basin, Arkansas: Tragedy and Opportunity, Dr. Rex Hancock and Robert C. Barkley

    Importance of Bottomland Hardwoods as Wildlife Habitat in an Urban Environment, Michael M. Grubb and Dennis W. Magee

    Natural Resources Management in the Caribbean

    Brief Comments on the Mexican Wildlife Directorate's Factual Positions, Angel Salas Cueva

    Conservation of Natural Resources in the Caribbean: The Avifauna of Jamaica, Alexander Cruz and Patrick Fairbairn

    Seabird Research in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Richard A. Dewey and David W. Nellis

    Conservation Practice with Relation to Habitat Loss in the Southeast Caribbean Region, Richard ffrench

    Overview of Conservation in the Caribbean Region, Allen D. Putney

    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.