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Transactions of the 11th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 11 to 13 1946 in New York, New York

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS

    Public Projects and Wildlife Welfare

    ADDRESS OF WELCOME, Frederic C. Walcott

    PAN-AMERICAN CONSERVATION, Hoyes Lloyd and William Vogt

    MANAGEMENT OF CANADA'S WILDLIFE RESOURCES, Harrison F. Lewis

    GAME PRESERVATION AND REGULATIONS IN FRENCH COLONIES (AFRICA), Francois Edmond Blanc

    WHERE ARE WE AND WHAT TIME IS IT?, E. Sydney Stephens

    WHAT IS COMING FOR WILDLIFE?, Ira N. Gabrielson

    FORESTS AND FOREST WILDLIFE IN THE POSTWAR ERA, Lyle F. Watts

    WILDLIFE GAINS THROUGH SOIL CONSERVATION, Hugh H. Bennett

    Waterfowl Forum

    REMARKS BY THE CHAIRMAN, A. Willis Robertson

    THE PROBLEM OF INCREASED HUNTING PRESSURE ON WATERFOWL, Albert M. Day

    PROBLEM OF COMMERCIALIZED' WATERFOWLING, Nash Buckingham

    Education in Wildlife Conservation

    URGENCY OF CONSERVATION EDUCATION, Fairfield Osborn

    CONSERVATION AND INFORMED PUBLIC OPINION, Nicholas Roosevelt

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION IN THE UNIVERSITY, Robert C. Clothier

    CONSERiATION EDUCATION IN THE SCHOOL, F. Olin Capps

    MUTUALLY ESSENTIAL CONSERVATION EDUCATION AND RURAL EDUCATION, E. Laurence Palmer

    EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT IN THE FISH AND WILDLIFE FIELD, David B. Turner

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION AND THE SPORTSMAN, Herman Forster

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION THROUGH THE VISUAL AIDS, Frank Dufresne

    THE RADIO AND CONSERVATION EDUCATION, John Kieran

    Modern Demands on Wildlife

    ADMINISTRATIVE PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN MEETING INCREASED WILDLIFE DEMANDS, Seth Gordon

    LAND USE AND MODERN PRESSURES ON WILDLIFE, Leonard Hall

    INCREASED HUNTING PRESSURE AND HUMAN WELFARE, Francis W. Parker, Jr.

    LEGISLATION AND MODERN WILDLIFE DEMANDS, Carl D. Shoemaker

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS

    Agricultural Lands and Wildlife

    AN APPRAISAL OF PHEASANT ABUNDANCE IN NEW YORK STATE DURING 1945 AND SOME OF THE FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RECENT DECLINE, Robert F. Perry

    COLORADO'S DUCK-DAMAGE, GRAIN-CROP PROBLEM, J. V. K. Wagar

    PRIMENESS, CONDITION AND FUR VALUES, David B. Cook and W. J. Hamilton, Jr.

    UPLAND GAME BIRDS IN RELATION TO CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURE, Ben Glading

    VITAMIN A, VITAL FACTOR IN THE SURVIVAL OF BOB-WHITES, Ralph B. Nestler

    A FOREST MAMMAL MOVES TO THE FARM - THE PORCUPINE, Donald A. Spencer

    EDGE EFFECT AS IT APPLIES TO SMALL MAMMALS ON SOUTHERN MICHIGAN FARMLAND, J. P. Linduska

    Marine Habitats and Wildlife

    SOME EFFECTS OF THE WAR ON THE WILDLIFE OF MICRONESIA, Rollin H. Baker

    THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF FISH, SHRIMP, AND OYSTERS OF THE UNDERWATER EXPLOSION OF HEAVY CHARGES OF DYNAMITE, James Nelson Gowanloch and John E. McDougall

    CURRENT WORK OF THE ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION, Wayne D. Heydecker

    PRELIMINARY STUDIES OF THE SHAD ("ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA") CATCH IN THE LOWER CONNECTICUT RIVER, 1944, Douglas D. Moss

    THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE WINTER FLOUNDER ("PSEUDOPLEURONECTES AMERICANUS") AND ITS BEARING ON MANAGEMENT POSSIBILITIES, Alfred Perlmutter

    FISHERY MANAGEMENT IN MARYLAND, R. E. Tiller

    CONSERVATION OF WHALES - A WORLD-WIDE PROJECT, H. J. Deason

    Range and Forest Lands and Wildlife

    CONTROLLED ANTELOPE HUNTS AND SOME PROBLEMS OF ADMINISTERING PUBLIC HUNTING, Daniel W. Lay

    SOME ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE MISSOURI WILD TURKEY STUDIES, Paul D. Dalke and David L. Spencer

    RUFFED GROUEE CENSUSING IN WEST-CENTRAL CONNECTICUT, William John Frank

    THE PRESENT STATUS OF MOOSE ON ISLE ROYALE, Shaler E. Aldous and Laurits W. Krefting

    CRUDE PROTEIN DETERMINATION OF DEER FOOD AS AN APPLIED MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUE, Arthur S. Einarsen

    COOPERATIVE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT IN VIRGINIA, Cecil F. DeLaBarre

    EFFECTS OF DDT ON WILDLIFE IN A MISSISSIPPI RIVER BOTTOM WOODLAND, Leo K. Couch

    Advances in Wildlife Technique

    COVER MAPPING FOR FOREST AN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT IN CONNECTICUT, Milton C. Arnold

    THE SPORTSMAN'S QUESTIONNAIRE METHOD OF ESTIMATING THE GAME KILL IN INDIANA, Wm. B. Barn es

    CENSUSING A DEER HERD BY SAMPLING METHODS, F. P. Cronemiller and G. A. Fischer

    WILDLIFE SAMPLING BY SOIL TYPES, Bill T. Crawford

    THE TRAPPING AND TRANSPLANTING OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN BIGHORN SHEEP IN COLORADO, Gilbert N. Hunter, Theodor R. Swen , and George W. Jones

    AN INTENSIVE METHOD OF DETERMINING HUNTER NUMBERS AND ACTIVITIES, Willet N. Wandell

    SEED STOCK REFUGE INVESTIGATION, James S. Bishop

    Fresh Waters, Marshes and Wildlife

    A WATERFOWL RECONNAISSANCE IN THE GRAND PRAIRIE REGION OF ARKANSAS, Arthur S. Hawkins, Frank C. Bellrose, Jr., and Robert H. Smith

    RECOVERY POTENTIALS IN NORTH AMERICAN WATERFOWL, H. Albert Hochbaum

    THE CHAUTAUQUA LAKE MUSKELLUNGE: RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT APPLIED TO A SPORT FISHERY, Cecil Heacox

    FISH POPULATIONS IN UNMANAGED IMPOUNDMENTS, Aden C. Bauman

    ADVANCEMENTS IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT ON INDIAN LANDS, Laurits W. Krefting

    IMPLICATIONS OF A GOOSE CONCENTRATION, William H. Elder

    PITTMAN-ROBERTSON PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND PROSPECTS, R. M. Rutherford

    MUSKRATS, DUCK PRODUCTION AND MARSH MANAGEMENT, B. W. Cartwright

    Wildlife in Business

    TRADING IN RAW FURS, Alexander T. Macleod

    BEING FRIENDS, J. L. Alphen

    MEETING THE DEMANDS OF THE FUTURE ANGLER, John M. Holmes

    THE GOOSE AND THE GOLDEN EGG, Charles Edward Gillham

    BIG BUSINESS KNOCKS AT THE GAME BREEDER'S DOOR, C. L. Sibley

    WHAT RAT CONTROL MEANS TO BUSINESS, James W. Johnston, Jr.

    THE CAMERA AND CONSERVATION, Harris B. Tuttle and William H. Scott

    FUR FARMING - A PROFITABLE WILDLIFE BUSINESS, Frank G. Ashbrook

    SUMMARIZATION OF THE ELEVENTH NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE CONFERENCE, Rodolf Bennitt

    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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