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Transactions of the 27th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 12 to 14 1962 in Denver, Colorado

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS - STRENGTH THROUGH RECREATION

    FORMAL OPENING, C. R. Gutermuth

    REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN, Quigg Newton

    RECREATIONAL NEEDS IN THE YEARS AHEAD, Hon. lee Metcalf

    RECREATION FOR YOUNG AMERICA, JuIian W. Smith

    GETTING ON WITH THE JOB, Ira N. Gabrielson

    RECREATION'S FUTURE - WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY?

    REMARKS OF THE VICE-CHAIRMAN, DeWitt Nelson

    THE PUBLIC ROLE IN RECREATION, Hon. Gaylord A. Nelson

    THE PRIVATE ROLE IN OUTDOOR RECREATION, Al Bull

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS - WETLANDS AND INLAND WATER RESOURCES

    EFFECTS OF DROUGHT AND LAND USE ON PRAIRIE DUCKS, James W. Salyer

    EFFECTS OF HEADWATER IMPOUNDMENT ON WATERFOWL, A. T. Cringan, R. E. Mason, and J. Hugh Palmer

    MANAGED GOOSE HUNTING AT HORICON MARSH, Richard A. Hunt, J. G. Bell, and L. R. Jahn

    BIOLOGICAL CONTROLS FOR WATERWEEDS, Roy A. Grizzell, Jr., and William W. Neely

    A QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF MALLARD CROPS IN LOUISIANA, H. A. Junca, E. A. Epps, and L. L. Glasgow

    MULTIPLE PURPOSE DEVELOPMENTS IN SMALL WATERSHEDS, Philip F. Allan and Ivan Mc.Keever

    MOLLUSKS AS FOOD OF LESSER SCAUP ALONG THE LOUISIANA COAST, Bobby G. Harmon

    DISEASE, NUTRITION, AND CONTROLS

    MEANS OF IMPROVING VERTEBRATE PEST CON1ROL, Walter E. Howard

    RUMEN CONTENTS ANALYSIS AS AN INDEX TO RANGE QUALITY, David R. Klein

    RELAPSE OF HAEMOPROTEUS SACHAROVI IN MOURNING DOVES, John N. Farmer

    RELATION OF ECTOPARASITE LOAD TO HOST SIZE, Carl O. Mohr and William A. Stumpf

    THE FEDERAL PEST CONTROL REVIEW BOARD, Robert M. Paul

    THE JACKSON HOLE ELK HERD, Robert H. Bendt

    FIELD AND FARM RESOURCES

    WILDLIFE IN KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS, Robert Hornsby, Joe Bruna, Robert Eversole, and Robert Kessler

    AN EIGHT-YEAR TREND IN QUAIL AND DOVE CALL COUNTS, Frank B. Golley

    RADIOACTIVE IODINE IN JACK RABBIT THYROIDS, W. C. Hanson

    WILDLIFE POPULATION FUNDAMENTALS, J. Burton Lauckhart

    REGIONAL VARIATIONS IN COTTONTAIL PRODUCTIVITY, Vernon C. Stevens

    ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF WILDLIFE ABUNDANCE, Arnold W. Bolle and Richard D. Taber

    MINNESOTA PRAIRIE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES, John R. Tester and William H. Marshall

    COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

    WATERFOWL FOODS IN COASTAL MARCH IMPOUNDMENTS IN LOUISIANA, Ernest S. Jemison and Robert H. Chabreck

    CANADA GEESE OF COASTAL ALASKA, Henry S. Hansen

    SALINE SOILS AND BRACKISH WATERS IN FISH AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, William W. Neely

    EVALUATION OF A FISHERY, James A. Crutchfield

    SALT-WATER ANGLING AND THE RESOURCES PROBLEM, John R. Clark

    FISHERY OCEANOGRAPHY IN THE TROPICAL ATLANTIC, Robert C. Wilson

    FOREST AND RANGE RESOURCES

    PROBLEMS IN FOREST HABITAT MEASUREMENT, Thomas C. Evans

    RECENT FOREST MANAGEMENT TRENDS, Walter P. Gould

    A METHOD FOR EVALUATING HABITAT FOR FOREST WILDLIFE, John H. Ehrenreich and Dean A. Murphy

    APPLICATION OF HERBICIDES IN SOUTHERN FORESTS AS RELATED TO WILDLIFE, E. B. Chamberlain, Jr., and Thomas K. Goodrich

    THE PLACE OF BROWSE SEEDING IN GAME RANGE MANAGEMENT, Richard L. Hubbard

    TIMBER-WILDLIFE COORDINATION CONCEPTS FOR EASTERN FORESTS, Robert H. Giles Jr.

    GAME MANAGEMENT IN HAWAII, Lyman Nichols, Jr.

    CONSERVATION INFORMATION AN'D EDUCATION

    RADIO AND TELEVISION IN OHIO'S CONSERVATION PROGRAM, David L. Hanselman

    THE RECREATION BOOM-A CHALLENGE, Stanley A. Cain

    RESOURCE USE EDUCATION IN URBAN AREAS, J. J. Shomon

    WILDLIFE EXTENSION-PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE, Eldon H. Smith and Jack H. Berryman

    BROADENING GRADUATE CONSERVATION TRAINING, Roger D. Hale

    HOME STUDY COURSES IN CONSERVATION, Carl A. Carlozzi

    CAN BIOLOGISTS BREAK THE BOTTLENECK?, John M. Anderson

    APPRAISAL AND CRITIQUE OF THE CONFERENCE, Seth Gordon

    CLOSING REMARKS, 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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