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Transactions of the 6th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held February 17 to 19 1941 in Memphis, Tennessee

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS

    ADDRESS OF WELCOME, G. R. Mayfield

    GREETINGS FROM MEMPHIS, Walter Chandler

    MESSAGE FROM CANADA, Hoyes Lloyd

    GREETINGS FROM MEXICO, Senor Juan Zinser

    WILDLIFE'S SHARE IN THE USE OF THE LAND, Claude R. Wickard

    AN END TO TRAFFIC IN WILD BIRD PLUMAGE, John Baker

    THE STOCKMAN'S VIEWPOINT ON CONSERVATION, Sylvan J. Pauly

    AGRICULTURE'S INTEREST IN CONSERVATION, H. W. Hachbaum

    THE FUTURE FOR CONSERVATION, Ira N. Gabrielson

    DEFENSE AND CONSERVATION, Ross Collins, Kenneth A. Reid, Edward W. Aliso, William J. Bacon

    AN ADDRESS READ FOR THE HONORABLE HOMER D. ADKINS, Governor of Arkansas

    FISH REFUSE TO RECOGNIZE MAN'S BOUNDARY LINES, Charles E. Jackson

    LAW ENFORCEMENT, R. G. Turner

    THE IMPORTANCE OF FUR RESOURCES IN WILDLIFE ADMINISTRATION, Alexander T. Macleod

    ADMINISTRATION OF PUBLIC LANDS, Justus H. Cline

    SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF THE CONFERENCE, Frank Thone

    PART II - SPECIAL SESSIONS

    Conservation Education and Publicity

    FOR THE U.S. GOVERNMENT, Walton Onslow

    FOR THE U. S. FOREST SERVICE, Charles E. Randall

    FOR THE U. S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, Howard Zahniser

    FOR THE U. S. SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE, George Barnes

    FOR THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION, George Lundy

    FOR THE RADIO, Shannon Allen

    FOR THE SPORTSMAN, Nash Buckingham

    FOR THE OUTDOOR WRITERS' ASSOCIATION, Dave Roberts and Ray Osborne

    FOR THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CONSERVATION EDUCATION AND PUBLICITY DIRECTORS, Townsend Godsey, C. A. Paquin, and John C. Caldwell

    FOR THE SCHOOLS, Ernest Ball

    FOR THE PRESS, Edward J. Meeman

    SPECIAL REMARKS, Bob Edge

    Carrying Capacity Determination on Wildlife Areas

    FORAGE INVENTORY METHODS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BIG GAME RANGES, H. E. Schwan and Lloyd Swift

    CARRYING CAPACITY OF SOUTHERN MICHIGAN GAME RANGE, H. D. Ruhl

    WINTER RANGE CONDITIONS IN ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARk, Harold M. Ratcliff

    THE DETERMINATION OF CARRYING CAPACITY ON WILDLIFE AREAS, G. E. Mitchell

    THE CARRYING CAPACITY OF SOUTHEASTERN QUAIL LANDS, Herbert L. Stoddard and Ed. V. Komarek

    THE USE AND AVAILABILITY OF THE MORE COMMON WINTER DEER BROWSE PLANTS IN THE MISSOURI OZARKS, Paul D. Dalke

    Appraisal of Stream Improvement Programs

    AN APPRAISAL OF STREAM IMPROVEMENT PROGAMS OF THE NATIONAL FORESTS OF NORTHEASTERN STATES, Theodore C. Fearnow

    THE MANAGEMENT OF TROUT STREAMS, H. S. Davis

    PRODUCTIVITY OF THREE SMALLMOUTH BASS STREAMS, Eugene W. Surber

    TWO PROCESSES OPERATING FOR THE REDUCTION IN ABUNDANCE OR ELIMINATION OF FISH SPECIES FROM CERTAIN TYPES OF WATER AREAS, Thomas H. Langlois

    A SECOND SEASON OF CREEL CENSUS ON FOUR TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY RESERVOIRS, Clarence M. Tarzwell

    Fisheries Problems in Impounded Waters

    THE GROWTH OF GAME FISHES IN NORRIS RESERVOIR DURING THE FIRST FIVE YEARS OF IMPOUNDMENT, R. W. Eschmeyer and Alden M. Jones

    OBJECTIVES FOR INVESTIGATIONS FUNDAMENTAL TO A LAKE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, 0. Lloyd Meehean

    THE USE OF FERTILIZER FOR CONTROLLING THE POND WEED, E. V. Smith and H. S. Swingle

    PROBLEMS OF FISH MANAGEMENT ON GRAND MESA NATIONAL FOREST IN COLORADO, Wilfred A. Lyall

    DENSITY CURRENTS IN IMPOUNDED WATERS - THEIR SIGNIFICANCE FROM THE STANDPOINT OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT, A. H. Wiebe

    A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE CENSUS OF COMMERCIAL FISHING IN TVA IMPOUNDMENTS, Paul Bryan and Clarence M. Tarzwell

    Desirability for Control of Predators in Wildlife Management

    DESIRABILITY FOR CONTROL OF PREDATORS IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AS EXPERIENCED IN ARIZONA, K. C. Kartchner

    THE ADVISABILITY OF PAYING BOUNTIES FOR THE KILLING OF PREDATORS, Richard Gerstell

    SOME COYOTE-WILDLIFE RELATIONSHIPS, E_ E. Horn

    PREDATOR CONTROL IN SOUTHEASTERN QUAIL MANAGEMENT, Herbert L. Stoddard and Ed. V. Komarek

    PREDATOR CONTROL AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, William E. Riter

    Relationship of Fur Animals to Game and Fish Management

    PROBLEMS OF BEAVER MANAGEMENT IN A FISH AND GAME PROGRAM, Gardiner Bump

    MUSKRATS IN THE DUCK MARSH, Miles D. Pirnie

    FUR, FISH, AND GAME-SOME SUGGESTED RELATIONSHIPS, Douglas Wade

    MANAGEMENT STUDIES OF TRANSPLANTED BEAVERS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, Victor B. Scheffer

    THE POSITION OF FUR RESOURCES IN THE SCHEME OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, Frank G. Ashbrook

    Removing Surpluses of Wildlife

    REMOVING SURPLUS DEER BY HUNTING, ALLEGHENY NATIONAL FOREST, PENNSYLVANIA, Randal McCain

    WHAT HAPPENS DURING A GAME HARVEST?, Lawrence E. Hicks

    REMOVING SURPLUSES FROM NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES, Philip A. DuMont and William Krummes

    WILDLIFE SURPLUSES IN THE NATIONAL PARKS, Victor H. Cahalane

    REMOVING SURPLUSES OF WILDLIFE FROM THE STANDPOINT OF STATE ADMINISTRATION, Elliott S. Barker

    RESPONSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS IN REMOVING GAME SURPLUSES ON NATIONAL FOREST AREAS, H. L. Shantz

    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.

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