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Transactions of the 23rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 3 to 5 1958 in St. Louis, Missouri

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS - Today's Opportunities for Conservation

    FORMAL OPENING, Ira N. Gabrielson

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Delyte W. Morris

    TODAY'S OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONSERVATION IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, D. A. Williams

    TODAY'S OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONSERVATION IN FORESTS, PARKS AND WILDERNESS, A .W. Greeley

    TODAY'S OPPORTUNITIES FOR CONSERVATION IN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTS, Ed Stout

    CONSERVATION IN URBAN DEVELOPMENT, Eldridge Lovelace

    Youth and Our Natural Resources

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Irving Fiest

    SCIENCE AND RESOURCES IN AMERICA, Clarence Cottam

    BOY SCOUTS AS CONSERVATIONISTS, Charles M . Hesitand

    4-H CLUBS PRACTICE CONSERVATION, George Foster

    FUTURE FARMERS LEARN CONSERVATION, Jerry Lytton

    EDUCATION FOR FUTURE BIOLOGICAL SCIENTISTS, Oswald Tippo

    The Fight for Conservation

    THE BLIGHT OF POLITICS, Ira N. Gabrielson

    WATER POLLUTION-THE SHAME OF AMERICA, John A. Blatnik

    NATURAL RESOURCES GOING OUT THE WINDOW, William E. Towell

    OUR PUBLIC LANDS-SHALL THE PUBLIC ABDICATE CONTROL?, Sigurd F. Olson

    PART II-TECHNICAL SESSIONS

    Disease, Nutrition and Controls

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, A. B. Cowan

    A PROGRESS REPORT FROM THE SOUTHEASTERN DEER DISEASE STUDY, Frank A. Hayes, William E. Greer, and Emmett B. Shotts

    OBSERVATIONS ON DISEASES IN OUTBREAK OF MICROTUS, William L. Jellison, J. Frederick Bell, J. D. Vertrees, M. A. Holmes, Carl L. Larson and Cora R. Owen

    WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL PROBLEMS ON PACIFIC NORTHWEST TREE FARMS, William H. Lawrence

    HOOKWORMS IN FUR SEALS ON THE PRIBILOF ISLANDS, O. Wilford Olsen

    INFECTIONS IN WILDLIFE WITH VIRUSES, L. H. Karstad and R. P. Hanson

    ASPERGILLOSIS IN WATERFOWL, Carlton M. Herman and William J. L. Sladen

    Wetlands and Inland Water Resources

    THE TIME OF FORMATION OF PAIRS IN BLACK DUCKS, Vernon D. Stotts

    BIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN GOOSE, William H. Elder and Davis H. Woodside

    THE SIGNIFICANCE OF FARMLAND FOR WATERFOWL NESTING, Mike Milonski

    RECREATION, FISH AND WILDLIFE IN CALIFORNIA'S WATER PROGRAM, David E. Pelgen

    RELATIVE EFFICIENCY OF GEAR USED IN FISH POPULATION STUDIES, John L. Funk

    SMALLMOUTH BASS MANAGEMENT IN THE POTOMAC RIVER BASIN, Albert E. Sanderson

    AN ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF THE SPORT FISHERY IN MINNESOTA, Zane Scheftel

    Upland Game Resources

    THE IMPORTANCE OF JUVENILE BREEDING TO THE ANNUAL COTTONTAIL CROP, Rexford D. Lord, Jr.

    UPLAND GAME-BIRD POPULATIONS IN RELATION TO COVER, Carl V .Swanson and Charles F. Yocom

    CALCIUM, PROSPHORUS AND PROTEIN LEVELS AS FACTORS IN PHEASANT DISTRIBUTION, Fred H. Dale and James B. DeWitt

    WOODCOCK SINGING GROUNDS AT CLOQUET EXPERIMENTAL FOREST, William H. Marshall

    EFFECTS OF HUNTING ON GAMBEL QUAIL POPULATIONS, Steve Gallizioli and Wendell Swank

    ECOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN TEXAS QUAIL MANAGEMENT, O. C. Wallmo and P. B. Uzzell

    EFFECTS OF DROUGHT AND HUNTING ON CHUKAR PARTRIDGES, Glen C. Christensen

    Marine and Coastal Resources

    IRREVERSIBLE DRAINAGE-A NEW FACTOR IN WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT, William W. NeelY

    AN EPIZOOTIC IN GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE FISHES, Carl J. Sind'ermann

    DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF GRAY WEAKFISH IN THE YORK RIVER, W. H. Massmann, J. P. Whitcomb and A. L. Pacheco

    PROBLEMS RELATIVE TO THE ATLANTIC COAST STRIPED BASS FISHERY, James E. Sykes

    THE STRIPED BASS RELATIVE TO MULTIPLE USE OF ROANOKE RIVER, William W. Hassler

    ESTUARINE ECOLOGY OF FLORIDA WATERS AND EFFECTS ON WEAKFISH, Durbin Tabb

    DISTRIBUTION OF MENHADEN IN THE GULF OF MEXICO, Royal D. Suttkus

    Big Game Resources

    PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN THE USE OF DEER PELLET GROUP COUNTS, W. Leslie Robinette

    ESTIMATING THE EFFECTS OF EXPLOITATION THROUGH LIFE TABLES, Horace F. Quick

    BLACK BEAR RESEARCH IN NEW YORK, Hugh C. Black

    MANAGEMENT OF BIG GAME RESOURCES IN UGANDA, EAST AFRICA, George A. Petrides and Wendell G. Swank

    RESULTS OF DEER EXCLOSURE-EXPERIMENTS IN OTTAWA NATIONAL FOREST, Samuel A. Graham

    ELK AND ELK HUNTING IN IDAHO, Levi L. Mohler, Paul D. Dalke and Wesley M. Shaw

    SEX DETERMINATION IN DRESSED ELK CARCASSES, Richard N. Denney

    Conservation Education

    RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN ECOLOGY, George B. Happ

    CAN WEAK-KNEED EDUCATION RETAIN WILDLIFE VALUES?, J. V. K. Wagar

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND, Walter P. Taylor

    JUNIOR COLLEGES WORK IN CONSERVATION, TOO!, Paul A. White

    NATURAL AREAS AND EDUCATION, Paul Bruce Dowling

    THE FUTURE OF WILDLIFE IN NORTHERN MEXICO, Rollin H. Baker

    WHITHER CONSERVATION IN AMERICAN COLLEGES?, Charles E. Lively

    CONSERVATION IN AN EXPANDING ECONOMY: CONFERENCE APPRAISAL, E. R. Kalmbach

    ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF APPRECIATION, C. R. Gutermuth

    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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