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Transactions of the 48th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 19 to 24, 1983 in Kansas City, Missouri


    Improving Resource Management

    Formal Opening, Daniel A. Poole

    Old Style Conservation-Once Again into the Breach?, Henry L. Diamond

    Retention of Federal (Public) Lands, The Honorable Ed Hersch/er

    Historical Perspectives on Water Management Policies and Procedures, Henry P. Caulfield, Jr.

    Current Initiatives in Water Management Policies and Procedures, Robert K. Dawson

    Approaches for Resolving Mid-America's Farmland Problems, Charles T. McLaughlin

    Conservation Information and Education: A Basic Constituent Service

    Aldo Leopold's Challenge to Educators, Susan L. Flader

    Obtaining Constituent Feedback: Implications for Conservation Programs, Daniel J. Witter and Steven L. Sheriff

    Using National News Media in Wildlife Conservation Information, Alan Levitt, Inez Connor, Megan Durham, and David Klinger

    Publicizing Conservation Needs, Ron Way

    Role of Federal Wildlife Information Offices, John Mattoon

    A Practical and Professional Approach to Conservation Reporting, Joel M. Vance

    A Professional Approach to Conservation Education, Al Palladino

    The Changing Face of Conservation Information, James F. Keefe

    Interpreting the Wild World, John E. Wylie

    When Learning Becomes Fun, Cheryl K. Riley

    Conservation Challenges and Innovative Responses

    Wildlife and Fish Management in the Forest Service: A Goal Oriented Approach, Robert D. Nelson, Hugh Black Jr., Robert E. Radtke, and John Mumma

    Recreation Impacts: A Synthesis of Ecological and Social Research, Jerry J. Vaske, Alan R. Graefe, and Fred R. Kuss

    Michigan's Land Leasing Program for Public Hunting, Donald F. Holecek

    Status of Wild Horse and Burro Management on Public Rangelands, Frederic H. Wagner

    Managing Central Hardwood Forests: Partnership and Model Approaches, Raymond D. Evans

    How the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is Meeting the Challenge of a Reduced Federal Budget, F. Eugene Hester

    State Fish and Wildlife Agency Responses to Funding Challenges, Clifton J. Whitehead

    Public Financing of Fish and Wildlife Conservation: The California Experience, William C. Unkel

    Wyoming's Wildlife Trust Fund, Thomas J. Wolf

    Environmental Contaminants and Wildlife

    Effects on Wildlife from Use of Endrin in Washington State Orchards, Lawrence J. Blus, Charles J. Henny, T. Earl Kaiser, and Robert A. Grove

    Impacts of Forest Herbicides on Wildlife: Toxicity and Habitat Alteration, Michael L. Morrison and E. Charles Mes/ow

    Organochlorine Pesticides and PCB's: A Continuing Problem for the 1980s, W. James Fleming, Donald R. Clark, Jr., and Charles J. Henny

    Assessing Hazards of Organophosphate Pesticides to Wildlife, Christian E. Grue, W. James Fleming, Daniel G. Busby, and Elwood F. Hill

    A Physiological Model For Bioeffects Monitoring, B. R. Hollebone and D. B. Peakall

    Bald Eagles and Waterfowl: The Lead Shot Connection, Oliver H. Pattee and Steven K. Hennes

    Why is Environmental Contaminant Research Done by Wildlife Management Agencies?, Russell J. Hall

    Migratory Bird Management: New Developments

    Estimating Autumn-Spring Waterfowl Nonhunting Mortality in North Missouri, Dale D. Humburg, David Graber, Steve Sheriff, and Terry Miller

    Simulating Results of Management Actions on Mallard Production, Lewis M. Cowardin, Douglas H. Johnson, Anthony M. Frank, and Albert T. Klett

    New Dimensions in Ducks Unlimited's Waterfowl Programs, Dale E. Whitesell

    Waterfowl Management Plans: A United States Perspective and Implementation Plans, Robert A. Jantzen

    Waterfowl Management Plans: A Canadian Perspective and Implementation Plans, B. Tetreault

    Provincial View of Waterfowl Management Plans, Ross MacLennan

    Waterfowl Management Plans: Views of the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Ted L. Clark

    The Need for New Initiatives in Wetlands Management, Kenneth E. Brynaert

    Response to Canadian and United States Discussion of Waterfowl Management Plans, John D. Newsom

    Monitoring Fish and Wildlife Populations: State of the Art

    Monitoring Wildlife and Fish: Mandates and Their Implications, Hall Salwasser, Carole K. Hamilton, William B. Krohn, James F. Lipscomb, and Carl H. Thomas

    Monitoring Regional Wildlife and Fish Habitats and Populations For National Assessments and Appraisals, Thomas W. Hoekstra, David E. Chalk, Clifford L. Hawkes, Stephen A. Miller

    Monitoring Wildlife Habitat and Validation of Wildlife-Habitat Relationships Models, Bruce G. Marcot, Martin G. Raphael, and Kristin H. Berry

    Monitoring Large Animal Populations: The Colorado Experience, R. Bruce Gill, Len H. Carpenter, and David C. Bowden

    Fisheries Monitoring and Management in Freshwater Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds, William W. Taylor and Darrell L. King

    Sampling and Estimating Fish Populations From Streams, John S. Van Deventer and William S. Platts

    An Integrated System For Monitoring Wildlife on the Sierra National Forest, Jared Verner

    Habitat Suitability Indices For Monitoring Wildlife Populations-An Evaluation, Charles A. Cole and Robert L. Smith

    Monitoring the Population Status of American Woodcock, John Tautin, Paul H. Geissler, Robert E. Munro, and Richard S. Pospahala

    Emerging Nonfederal Initiatives in Resource Management

    Introduction, Christopher K. Leman

    State Wildlife Revenue Sources and Commitments, Alabama, Missouri and Washington, Sam Spencer, Edwin H. Glaser, and Larry Lennox

    Provincial Wildlife Revenue Sources and Commitments, David J. Neave and Richard C. Goulden

    Using Nonprofit Organizations to Manage Public Lands, Steven L. Yaffee

    Public-Private Partnerships For Land Conservation, Philip C. Metzger

    Wildlife Research by Private Conservation Organizations: Contributions and Opportunities, S. Douglas Miller, Thomas M. Franklin, and Daniel L. Leedy

    State-Supported Habitat Management and Commercial Hunting on Private Lands in the United States, James G. Teer, George V. Burger, and Charles Y. Deknatel

    Economic Incentives as a Conservation Strategy for Nongame and Endangered Species of Wildlife, Robert J. Smith, Jon Goldstein and R. K. Davis

    Toward the Progress of Wildlife Conservation in North America, Richard D. Taber

    Comments on Emerging Nonfederal Initiatives in Resource Management, Jack H. Berryman

    Water and Wetlands: Policies, Planning, and Management

    Potential Developments in Fish and Wildlife Habitat Policies, G. Ray Arnett

    Important Indian Water Rights Cases of 1982-1983, Hank Meshorer

    Instream Flow Recognition and Protection under Arkansas Water Law, Stephen Winters

    Natural Area Selection and Management

    State Natural Area Programs, John E. Schwegman

    Private Natural Area Programs: An Overview, Lawrence Cantera

    Natural Area Selection and Management: U.S. Forest Service Programs, Russell M. Burns

    Successes and Problems in State Natural Areas Programs, Carol J. Pustmueller

    Successes and Problems in Trying to Preserve Natural Diversity, Phillip M. Hoose

    Implementing the RNA Program in the Intermountain Region, U SDA Forest Service, R. Duane Lloyd

    A National Perspective on Natural Area Programs: Major Problems and Suggested Solutions, Hugh J. Harwell

    Alaska's Ecological Reserves Program: Approaches, Successes, and Problems, Glen Patrick Juday

    Cooperative Federal-State Natural Area Identification and Management on Federal Lands, John A. Bacone

    Recreational Management For Newly Established Natural Areas, Kerry Joel Dawson

    Preservation of the Tallgrass Prairie: Opportunities for Action, Dlfight R. Platt

    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.