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Transactions of the 53rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 18 to 23, 1988 in Louisville, Kentucky

    Opening Session. Tackling Conservation Challenges

    Opening Remarks, Laurence R. Jahn
    Implementing Conservation Provisions of the 1985 Farm Bill, The Honorable Peter C. Myers
    Implementing Conservation Provisions of the Water Resources Development Act, The Honorable John S. Doyle, Jr.
    A New Management Thrust in NOAA, Nancy Foster
    National Forests: New Strategies for America's Great Outdoors, F. Dale Robertson
    Progress in Implementing the North American Waterfowl Management Plan, James H. Patterson and Harvey K. Nelson
    4-H Wildlife and Fisheries Program Recognition Awards, 1987, Frank H. Dunkle and Peter C. Myers

    Special Session 1. Innovations and Incentives for Integrated Management of Woodlands

    Role of the Wildlife Manager in Nonindustrial Private Forest Management, Neal P. Kingsley
    Evaluation and Critique of Government Programs in Woodland Resource Management, Frederick J. Deneke and James E. Miller
    Politics and Policy in Formulating Integrated Forest Management: The 1985 Wisconsin Managed Forest Law, Wayne G. Tlusty and Harold C. Jordahl, Jr.
    A Strategy to Improve the Adoption of Forest Management Practices, Especially for Wildlife, on Private Nonindustrial Woodlands, Thom J. McEvoy, Stephen H. Broderick and Raymond S. Stewart
    California's Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program, William D. Tietje and Robert H. Schmidt
    Changes in New England Forests and Forest Owners: Implications for Wildlife Habitat Resources and Management, Robert T. Brooks and Thomas W. Birch
    Leopold's Land Ethic-Still a Worthy Goal, Wayne R. Marion
    Integrated Timber/Wildlife Management through Education of Private Nonindustrial Forest Owners, William B. Kurtz and Lloyd C. Irland
    Treasure Forest-Alabama's Unique Approach to Multiple-resource Forest Management, Rhett Johnson and Neil Letson
    Summary, John C. Roberts

    Special Session 2. Emerging Concepts in Wildlife and Wildland Management

    Ecological Dependency: The Concept and Its Implications for Research and Management, Leonard F. Ruggiero, Richard S. Holthausen, Bruce G. Marcot, Keith B. Aubry, Jack Ward Thomas and E. Charles Meslow
    Edge Effect: A Concept Under Scrutiny, Kerry P. Reese and John T. Ratti
    Reconsideration of the Habitat Concept, Larry D. Harris and Patrick Kangas
    Reappraisal of the Costs and Benefits of Habitat Heterogeneity for Nongame Wildlife, Scott K. Robinson

    Special Session 3. Resource Management Challenges and Innovative Responses

    Applying National Assessment Data to Wildlife Management in Missouri, David L. Urich and John P. Graham
    Mitigation Banking as an Incentive to Industry and to Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Michael D. Zagata
    In-Kind Match and Wallop-Breaux: Innovative Sources of State Support for Sport Fisheries Management, Mark J. Reef! and Steven N. Moyer
    Wild Fur Industry Under Challenge: The Canadian Response, Morley W. Barrett, Gilbert Proulx and Neal Jothem
    New Technologies Dealing with Marine Plastic Pollution and Efforts at Mitigation, Albert M. Manville II

    Special Session 4. Implementing Conservation Provisions in Federal Agricultural Programs

    Institutional Challenges in Implementing Conservation Compliance, R. Neil Sampson
    Implementation of Conservation Compliance: Implications for Soil, Water and Wildlife, Ann Y. Robinson
    Opportunities for Enhancing Wildlife Benefits through the Conservation Reserve Program, Barry Isaacs and David Howell
    Effects of the Conservation Reserve Program on Wildlife Habitat: A Cooperative Monitoring Study, Adrian H. Farmer, Robert L. Hays and R. Patrick Webb
    Potential Implications of Sodbuster on Wildlife, Stephen J. Brady
    Effects of Swampbuster on Soil, Water and Wildlife Resources, Janice L. Goldman-Carter
    Conservation Easements: Farmers Home Administration Inventory Lands and Debt Restructuring, Raymond D. Evans, Joe Tieger and John P. Graham

    Special Session 5. New Dimensions in Water Resources Planning, Development and Management

    Opening Remarks, The Honorable Jacqueline E. Schafer
    The New Bureau of Reclamation: From Rhetoric to Reality, James W. Ziglar and Kenneth G. Maxey
    Has the Wolf Bought a Sheepskin Coat or Have Water Resources Agencies Become Lambs?, David Charles Campbell
    Toward a National Recreational Fisheries Policy, Frank H. Dunkle
    The Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Program: A Debt to the Past, an Investment in the Future, James Goller and Edward Sheets
    Creating Wildlife Assets on Private Lands, Dayton O. Hyde
    Wetland Inventories Derived from Landsat Data for Waterfowl Management Planning, Gregory T. Koeln, John E. Jacobson, David E. Wesley and Robert F. Rempel
    Fisheries Habitat Restoration within Water Resources Development: An Innovative Approach, Kenneth G. Roberts
    Beneficial Uses of Dredged Material: A Strategic Dimension of Water Resource Management, Mary C. Landin and Andrew C. Miller
    Reconciliation of Water Markets and Public Trust Values in Western Water Policy, Rodney T. Smith
    Water Efficiency: Opportunity for Action in Western States, Robert W. Miller

    Special Session 6. New State and Local Initiatives for Management of Wildlife and Other Natural Resources

    Missouri Cooperative Effort on Food Security Act Implementation, Robert D. Miller, William D. McGuire and Raymond D. Evans
    Place To Hunt Committee: A Cooperative Illinois Program, Neal Gunkel
    Natural Area Assessment in the Chicago Region, Gerould Wilhelm and Douglas Ladd
    Wildlife Habitat Assessment of Kane County, Illinois, Steven M. Byers, Robert A. Montgomery and George V. Burger
    Collaboration in Land Resource-management Planning and Wildlife Preservation, Phillip S. Bus
    Cooperative Restoration of a Riverine Wetland in Missouri, Norbert F. Giessman, David E. Wesley and Richard K. Baskett
    Maryland's Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Program: Implications for Wildlife, Glenn D. Therres, Janet S. McKegg and Robert L. Miller
    Nongame and Nursing Homes: Evaluation of a Multiple-benefit Program in Kansas, Ted T. Cable
    Approaches to River Otter Restoration in Missouri, David W. Erickson and David A. Hamilton
    Stimulating Tourism and Economic Growth by Featuring New Wildlife Recreation Opportunities, Sara Vickerman
    "Wyoming's Wildlife-Worth the Watching": Management in Transition, Larry L. Kruckenberg

    Special Session 7. Management of Wetlands, Including Bottomland Forests and Other Riparian Areas

    Policy, Planning and Science: Integrating Disciplines for Management of Wetlands and Wildlife, Roger L. Pederson and Loren M. Smith
    The Impact of Federal Programs and Subsidies on Wetlands, Jon H. Goldstein
    Management of Wetland Complexes for Waterfowl Production: Planning for the Prairie Habitat Joint Venture, Jeffrey W. Nelson and Richard A. Wishart
    A Cooperative Program for Restoring Drained Wetlands in Minnesota, Rick Dornfeld and Rick Warhurst
    From Community Ecology to Vegetation Management: Providing a Scientific Basis for Management, A.G. van der Valk
    Evaluation of Greentree Reservoir Management Options in Arkansas, James A. Allen, James T. Teaford, Edward C. Pendleton and Michael Brody
    Application of the Habitat Evaluation System to Modeling Bottomland Hardwood Forest Communities in West Tennessee, Daryl B. Durham, Robert K. Abernathy, Daniel C. Eager, Robert P. Ford, Paul B. Hamel, L. Jean O'Neil and Thomas M. Pullen, Jr.
    Secondary Production in Wetland Habitats, R. Eugene Turner
    Ecosystem Approach to Management of Southwestern Riparian Communities, Robert C. Szaro and John N. Rinne

    Special Session 8. Progress and Needs in Wildlife Resource Education

    Status of Extension Wildlife Programs in America, Daniel J. Decker and James E. Miller
    Allocation Priorities Affecting Educational Programs Conducted by State Natural Resource Agencies, John K. Thomas, Clark E. Adams and Richard A. Stone
    Summary of Research Findings on Project WILD, Cheryl Charles
    Effective Conservation Education by a Private Wildlife Organization: Teaching Children with Ranger Rick, Gerri A. Pomerantz and Jay D. Hair
    The Need for Wildlife Education Program Evaluation: A Case Study, Rebecca J. Stout and R. Ben Peyton

    Special Session 9. Aquaculture and Mariculture: Habitat and Management Implications

    Aquaculture: An Overview for 1988, Robert E. Stevens
    Parallelisms in Management of Fish and Wildlife, James G. Teer and Richard L. Noble
    Mariculture: An Aid or Hindrance to Management, William J. McNeil
    The Roles of Life-cycle Theory, Aquaculture and Economics in Marine Fisheries Management, Norville S. Prosser, David B. Rockland and Gilbert C. Radonski
    Aquaculture-Natural Resource Managers Ally?, Nick C. Parker

    Special Visual Presentation. Landscape Linkages:

    The Dispersal Corridor Approach to Wildlife Conservation, Larry D. Harris

    Special Related Meeting Session. Conservation Biology

    What's So New About Conservation Biology?, Stanley A. Temple, Eric G. Bolen, Michael E. Soule, Peter F. Brussard, Hal Salwasser and James G. Teer
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