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Transactions of the 12th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held February 3 to 5 1947 in San Antonio, Texas

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS

    Wildlife and the Land

    FORMAL OPENING, Ira N. Gabrielson, Frederic C. Walcott, Howard D. Dodgen

    WILDLIFE CONSERVATION IN MEXICO IS AN EDUCATIONAL PROBLEM, Luis Macias A.

    WILDLIFE CONDITIONS IN CANADA, Harrison F. Lewis

    WATERSHEDS AND NATIONAL FORESTS, Lyle F. Watts

    AMERICAN WILDLIFE AND THE LAND, Hugh H. Bennett

    WILDLIFE CONSERVATION IN THE POSTWAR WORLD, Albert M. Day

    WAKE UP, AMERICA!, Melvin O. Steen

    Is Wildfowling on the Way Out?

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Harold Titus

    WILDFOWLING CAN BE SAVED, Charles E. Gillham

    THE EFFECT OF CONCENTRATED HUNTING PRESSURE ON WATERFOWL BREEDING STOCK, H. Albert Hochbaum

    WILDFOWLING IS NOT NECESSARILY ON THE WAY OUT, John H. Baker

    WATERFOWL AT THE CROSSROADS, Clarence Cottam

    Is Wildlife Education Getting Results?

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Douglas E. Wade

    MORE PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE-LESS HIGH DAMS, Charles E. Jackson

    PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FISH AND WILDLIFE FIELD, David B. Turner

    TEXAS EXTENSION WILDLIFE PROGRAM AND SOME RESULTS, R. E. Callender

    SIGNPOSTS OF SUCCESS, Roberts Mann

    Wildlife and Business

    CONSERVATION DAY PLEDGE CEREMONY, Carl D. Shoemaker

    ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF THE FUR INDUSTRY, G. Donald Gibbons

    ECONOMIC AND HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY IN WATER POLLUTION, Kenneth A. Reid

    CONSERVATION OF PACIFIC COAST COMMERCIAL FISHERIES, W. F. Thompson

    THIS WILDLIFE BUSINESS, Newton B. Drury

    THE CONTEST FOR WESTERN PUBLIC GAME FIELDS, J. V. K. Wagar

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS

    Wildlife of Grasslands and Forests

    THE ROLE OF BRUSH CONTROL IN HABITAT IMPROVEMENT ON THE ARANSAS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Harold L. Blakey

    RANGE USE OF THE PRONGHORNED ANTELOPE IN WESTERN TEXAS, Helmut K. Buechner

    NINE-YEAR OBSERVATION OF A DEER PROBLEM AREA, Arthur S. Einarsen

    PLANNING OF MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FOR WESTERN BIG-GAME HERDS, D. I. Rasmussen and Everett R. Doman

    RELATIONSHIP OF WEATHER TO WINTER MORTALITY AND POPULATION LEVELS AMONG DEER IN THE ADIRONDACK REGION OF NEW YORK, C. W. Severinghaus

    RANGE COMPETITION BETWEEN MULE DEER, BIGHORN SHEEP, AND ELK IN JASPER PARK, ALBERTA, Ian McTaggart Cowan

    Inland Fisheries and Fresh-Water Areas

    BOTULISM CONTROL BY WATER MANIPULATION, Charles C. Sperry

    THE MANAGEMENT OF FRESH-WATER FISHERIES IN TEXAS, Marion Toole

    HOW CAN WE PROVIDE MORE SUCCESSFUL FISHING TRIPS IN THE SOUTHEAST?, Willis King

    MAINTENANCE OF ANGLING IN CALIFORNIA, A. C. Taft

    A TEN-YEAR MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ON AN EAST TEXAS LAKE, J. K. G. Silvey and B. B. Harris

    FISH MANAGEMENT - A SUBSTITUTE FOR NATURAL PREDATION, George W. Bennett

    New Techniques in Wildlife Management

    GAME WATERING DEVICES FOR THE ARID SOUTHWEST, Ben Glading

    SOME NEW TECHNIQUES - HOOFED MAMMALS, Walter P. Taylor

    REVIEW OF NEW TECHNIQUES - FUR BEARERS AND OTHER SMALL ANIMALS, Charles T. Vorhies

    REVIEW OF NEW TECHNIQUES - GALLINACEOUS BIRDS, lrven 0. Buss

    REVIEW OF NEW TECHNIQUES - WATERFOWL, Jessop B. Low

    THE EFFECTS OF AMMONIUM SULFAMATE ON EMERGENT AQUATIC VEGETATION, Aden C. Bauman

    Marine Fisheries and Ocean Areas

    ON THE FISHERIES RESOURCES OF THE CENTRAL PACIFIC, Wilbert Mcleod Chapman

    THE LAGUNA MADRE OF TEXAS, Joel W .. Hedgpeth

    SOME PROBLEMS OF MARINE FISHERY BIOLOGY, Lionel A. Walford

    PRESENT EELGRASS CONDITION AND PROBLEMS ON THE ATLANTIC COAST OF NORTH AMERICA, Clarence Cottam

    SALINITY AS A FACTOR IN ATLANTIC COAST TIDEWATER MUSKRAT PRODUCTION, Herbert L. Dozier

    IMPERATIVE NEED FOR GULF OF MEXICO PELAGIC FISHERY INVENTORY, James Nelson Gowanloch

    Wildlife and Land-Use Concepts

    WET LAND - HOW IT SHOULD BE USED, Wallace L. Anderson

    WILDLIFE AND THE NATIONAL PARK LAND-USE CONCEPT, Victor H. Cahalane

    STATUS OF MEXICAN BIG GAME HERDS, A. Starker Leopold

    NEW TECHNIQUES FOR BREEDING GROUND SURVEYS, Lyle K. Sowls

    THE FUTURE OF WILDLIFE IN FOREST LAND USE, Ralph T. King

    A POWER COMPANY'S STAKE IN WILDLIFE, Walter G. Gumbel

    Wildlife of Farm and Ranches

    COTTONTAIL MANAGEMENT IN IOWA, George 0. Hendrickson

    THE PHEASANT DECLINE AND LAND-USE TRENDS, 1941-1946, Daniel L. Leedy and Eugene H. Dustman

    MARYLAND'S COOPERATIVE FARM-GAME PROGRAM WITH SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICTS, Malcolm E. King

    REVIEWING EIGHT-YEARS' OPERATION OF A WILDLIFE EXPERIMENT STATION, Harry D. Ruhl

    SEASONAL MOVEMENTS OF THE BLUE GROUSE, Leonard Wing

    A BOBWHITE QUAIL IRRUPTION IN NORTHWEST TEXAS LOWER PLAINS TERMINATED BY PREDATION, Alfred S. Jackson

    THE HOOF AND MOUTH DISEASE, I. B. Boughton

    SUMMARIZATION OF THE TWELFTH NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE CONFERENCE, Aldo Leopold

    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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