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Transactions of the 78th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 25 to 30, 2013 in Arlington, Virginia

    Contents

    Opening Session. 78th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Welcome and Opening Remarks, Steve Williams

    Nature Wars: Wildlife Comebacks and Denatured People, Jim Sterba

    A 21st Century Conservation System, Dan Ashe

    Special Session One. Do Public Trust Responsibilities Really Matter?

    Why is Wildlife a Public Trust Resource?, Laura Bies

    Getting Back to Basics: How Employing PTD Principles Can Help Garner Support for State Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Edward K. Boggess and Cynthia Jacobson

    Constraints to Delivering the Public Trust: A State Agency Perspective, Ann B. Forstchen and Nick Wiley

    Meeting Public Trust Responsibilities for All Species: The Idaho Wildlife Summit, Virgil Moore, Gregg Servheen, Victoria Runnoe, and Michele Beucler

    What Does it Mean to Manage Wildlife as if Public Trust Really Matters?, Daniel J. Decker, Ann B. Forstchen, Cynthia A. Jacobson, Christian A. Smith, John F. Organ, and Darragh Hare

    Special Session Two. Talking to Sportsmen and Women About Hunting and Fishing in a Changing Climate

    Communicating Climate Change to Hunters and Anglers: Sportsmen's Attitudes Toward Global Warming 2006-2013, Mark Damian Duda and Amanda C. Ritchie

    Sportsmen and Women are Key to Addressing Climate Change, Larry Schweiger

    Working with Sportsmen's Organizations and Other Conservation Partners in the Revision of Nevada's Wildlife Action Plan for Climate Change, Laura B. Richards

    Talking to the Public, Through the Media, About Climate Change, Todd Tanner

    Special Session Three. Landscape Conservation in North America: Collaborating Within and Among Partnerships

    The Northeast Regional Conservation Framework, Patricia Riexinger, David Whitehurst, John Kanter, Karen Bennett, Diana Day, Scot Williamson, Dee Blanton, Kenneth Elowe, Steve Fuller, and Andrew Milliken

    Special Session Four. What Does Green Really Mean? Renewable Energy Implications for Wildlife

    Implications of Energy and Agriculture Development for Wildlife on Private Lands: Opening Remarks, Edward B. Arnett

    The Minnesota Agriculture Water Quality Certification Program, Brad Redln

    Opportunities and Challenges to Energy Development on a Ranch in Western Colorado-Developing a Model for Conservation and Mixed-Use, Steven R. Belinda

    Creating Sustainable Landscape Scale Outcomes in the Energy and Environment Intersection in the Southern Plains-Using Conservation Banks to Help Save the Lesser Prairie Chicken, Wayne Walker

    The Freeway of Water: How Federal Policies Are Funding the Draining of America's Heartland and Jeopardizing the Future of American Agriculture and Fish and Wildlife Resources, Steve Kline

    The Future Conservation Reserve Program: Maintaining Benefits from a Reduced Size CRP Program, Dave Nomsen

    Meeting the Wildlife Challenges of Changing Private Landscapes from Energy and Agricultural Development, Timothy McCoy

    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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