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Transactions of the 26th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 6 to 8 1961 in Washington, D. C.

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS - PEOPLE POSE THE PROBLEM

    FORMAL OPENING, C. R. Gutermuth

    THE MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN POPULATIONS, William Vogt

    BETTER LIVING THROUGH CONSERVATION PLANNING, Sanford S. Farness

    THE NEED FOR LEADERSHIP IN PLANNING, Stewart L. Udall

    THE CHANCE FOR CONSERVATION, Ira N. Gabrielson

    AT THE EDGE OF SPACE

    THE FADING EDGE OF THE CITY, Lynton K. Caldwell

    RECREATION REQUIRES A NEW DIMENSION, Conrad L. Wirth

    THE COMING END OF THE SUBURBAN BOOM, Frederick Gutheim

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS - WETLAND AND INLAND WATER RESOURCES

    WATERFOWL FEEDING STATIONS FOR CONTROLLING CROP LOSSES, Merrill C. Hammond

    A HISTORY OF THE DELTA DECOY, Robert A. McCabe and Nan Mulder

    EXPERIMENTAL USE OF ACETYLENE EXPLODERS TO CONTROL DUCK DAMAGE, W. J. D. Stephen

    SHOOTING AREA MANAGEMENT OF PIN OAK, R. E. McDermott and Leon S. Minckler

    FOOD AVAILABILITY AND PREFERENCES OF JUVENILE MALLRDS, Nicholas J. Chura

    COOT AND DUCK PRODUCTIVITY IN NORTHERN UTAH, Ronald A. Ryder

    CARP POPULATIONS AND THE PRODUCTION OF WATERFOWL FOOD PLANTS, Robert J. Robel

    DISEASE, NUTRITION, AND CONTROLS

    PRINCIPLES OF POPULATION CONTROL BY GAMETOCIDES, David E. Davis

    SMALL MAMMAL POPULATIONS ON A RADIOACTIVE LAKE BED, Paul B. Dunaway, and Stephen V. Kaye

    REPTILES AS RESERVOIR HOSTS FOR ENCEPHALITIS, Lars Karstad

    CURRENT STATUS OF BRUCELLOSIS IN DEER IN THE UNITED STATES, L. D. Fay

    LEPTOSPIROSIS IN WILDLIFE AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS, Earl A. Roth, W. V. Adams, G. E. Sanford, Betty Greer, and Patricia Mayeux

    TOXOPLASMOSIS IN WILDLIFE IN SWEDEN, Karl Borg

    HANDLING ANIMALS WITH A NEW TRANQUILIZER, Vagn Flyger

    BIRD REPELLENTS FOR PINE SEEDS IN THE SOUTH, Willis C. Royall, Jr. and Johnson A. Neff

    FIELD AND FARM RESOURCES

    FOOD COMPETITION BETWEEN GAME AND NON-GAME BIRDS, Verne E. Davison

    THE FUTURE ROLE OF SHOOTING PRESERVES, Charley Dickey

    THE HUNTER - WHO IS HE?, Tony J. Peterle

    SYMPOSIUM: PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS IN STATEWIDE HABITAT MANAGEMENT

    RING-NECKED PHEASANT HABITAT MANAGEMENT, R. A. MacMullan

    BOBWHITE QUAIL MANAGEMENT IN EASTERN UNITED STATES, O. E. Frye, Jr.

    PROBLEMS FACING STATE AGENCIES IN FARM-GAME HABITAT MANAGEMENT, Stanley C. Whitlock

    THE RESPONSIBILITY OF STATE AGENCIES IN MANAGING HUNTING, Jack C. Berryman

    COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

    SEROLOGICAL TECHNIQUES IN FISHERY RESEARCH, Carl J. Sindermann

    BENTHIC FAUNA OF GEORGES BANK, Roland L. Wigley

    WHAT IS HAPPENING TO OUR ESTUARIES?, Seton H. Thompson

    MARINE PRESERVES FOR ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, Carleton Ray

    INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF OIL POLLUTION, James Callaghan

    NATURE AND EXTENT OF DAMAGE CAUS,ED BY OIL POLLUTION AT SEA, Alfred L. Hawkes

    POPULATION DYNAMICS OF THE ALASKA FUR SEAL HERD, Douglas G. Chapman

    MOURNING DOVE SYMPOSIUM

    PAST STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE MOURNING DOVE, Harold S. Peters

    PRESENT STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE MOURNING DOVE IN THE EAST, Dan M. Russell

    STATUS OF THE DOVE IN THE CENTRAL MANAGEMENT UNIT, Howard M. Wight

    STATUS OF THE DOVE IN THE WESTERN MANAGEMENT UNIT, Steve Gallizioli

    A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF TELEPHONE SAMPLING FRAMES, Eugene Legler, Jr., Herbert Stern, Jr., and W. Scott Overton

    THE MOURNING DOVE PROGRAM FOR THE FUTURE, William H. Kiel, Jr.

    A NATIONAL MOURNING DOVE PROGRAM

    FOREST AND RANCE RESOURCES

    HABITAT OF THE JACKSON HOLE ELK AND MULTIPLE USE, Robert L. Casebeer

    DEER ON THE BAD RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, Robert S. Cook and James B. Hale

    BROWN BEAR HARVEST AND MANAGEMENT ON THE KODIAK ISLANDS, Willard A. Troyer

    AN EVALUATION OF ELK VALIDATIONS IN COLORADO, Richard N. Denney

    CHARACTERISTICS AND STATUS OF FLORIDA BLACK BEARS, Richard F. Harlow

    CHECKING STATIONS FOR COLLECTING DATA ON THE PECCARY, Lyle K. Sowls

    WILD TURKEYS IN MISSOURI, 1940-1960, John B. Lewis

    SUMMARY AND CRITIQUE OF THE PROGRAM, Clarence Cottam

    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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