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Transactions of the 18th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 9 to 11 1953 in Washington, D. C.

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS

    Population vs. a Resource Budget

    FORMAL OPENING, Ira N. Gabrielson

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, John A. Hannah

    FUTURE POPULATION TRENDS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE, Kingsley Davis

    RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE, Douglas McKay

    THE MYTH OF IDLE RESOURCES: A RECONSIDERATION OF THE CONCEPT OF NONUSE IN CONSERVATION, L. G. Hines

    THE SOCIAL SIDE OF CONSERVATION-SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE CONSERVATION MOVEMENT, Charles E. Lively

    MEETING HUMAN NEEDS THROUGH AGRICULTURE, J. G. Harrar

    Trends in Land and Water Use

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Hardy L. Shirley

    MULTIPLE USE-MULTIPLE BENEFITS, Richard E McArdle

    COMPETITION FOR PUBLIC LANDS, Hugh B. Woodward

    DRAINAGE AND SUBSIDY PAYMENTS, R. L. Dushinske

    WILDLIFE AND OUR SOIL CONSERVATION OBJECTIVES, Robert M. Salter

    BIG DAM FOOLISHNESS, Elmer T. Peterson

    GRASS ROOTS CONTROL IN WATERSHED PLANS AND MANAGEMENT, Nathan Tufts

    Living Space for Waterfowl

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, P. W. Schneider

    DUCKS AND GRAIN, W. Winston Mair

    AGRICULTURE REACHES NORTHWARD IN CANADA, Angus Gavin

    DUCK CLUBS FURNISH LIVING SPACE, John M. Anderson

    ROLE OF THE STATES IN WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT, Hayden W. Olds and Ernest Swift

    A BROADER WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, Joseph P. Linduska

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS

    Disease, Nutrition, and Controls

    OUR DISREGARDED RIGHTS-OF-WAY - TEN MILLION UNUSED WILDLIFE ACRES, Frank E. Egler

    AN ANALYSIS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA BOUNTY SYSTEM, Roger M. Latham

    PARASITE INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF DOMESTIC SHEEP AND COLUMBIAN BLACK-TAILED DEER, William M. Longhurst and James R. Douglas

    STUDIES ON RABBITS AND SPOTTED FEVER, David E. Davis

    A NEW APPROACH TOWARD BOTULISM CONTROL, Merton N. Rosen and Arthur L. Bischoff

    BOBWHITE POPULATION FLUCTUATIONS AND VITAMIN A, V. W. Lehmann

    CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NATURAL LICKS USED BY BIG GAME ANIMALS IN WESTERN MONTANA, D. S. Stockstad, Melvin S. Morris, and Earl C. Lory

    Fresh Water Resources

    UNDERWATER TELEVISION IN FRESH-WATER FISHERIES RESEARCH, J. P. Cuerrier, F. H. Schuln, and V. E. F. Solman

    THE IMPORTANCE OF GROUND WATER TO TROUT POPULATIONS IN THE PIGEON RIVER, MICHIGAN, Norman G. Benson

    AN INTENSIVE CREEL CENSUS ON CLEARWATER LAKE, MISSOURI, DURING ITS FIRST FOUR YEARS OF IMPOUNDMENT, 1949-1952, Joseph W. Kathrein

    POLLUTION CONTROL IN WISCONSIN, H. T. J. Cramer

    STATUS OF COOT IN THE MISSISSIPPI FLYWAY, William H. Kiel, Jr., and Arthur S. Hawkins

    THE AMERICAN COOT AS A GAME BIRD, Peter Ward

    AERIAL SURVEYS FOR BEAVER IN THE MACKENZIE DISTRICT, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, William A. Fuller

    Small-Game Resources

    A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF CRIPPLE LOSSES IN WATERFOWL, Frank C. Bellerose

    INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION AND MICHIGAN WATERFOWL, George S. Hunt and Howard E. Ewing

    WOODCOCK STUDIES IN MASSACHUSETTS, William G. Sheldon

    ANALYSIS OF GRAY SQUIRREL BREEDING STUDIES AND THEIR RELATION TO HUNTING SEASON, GUNNING PRESSURE, AND HABITAT CONDITIONS, Howard R. Redmond

    A SURVEY OF FARM-GAME HABITAT RESTORATION PROGRAMS IN FIFTEEN STATES, William H. Marshall

    MULTIPLE LAND USE: TIMBER, CATTLE, AND BOBWHITE QUAIL, Vincent H. Reid

    FOURTEEN-YEAR GAME HARVEST ON A 1500-ACRE MICHIGAN FARM, C. T. Black

    Coastal and Marine Resources

    RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF YOUNG FISHES IN VIRGINIA ESTUARIES, William H. Massmann

    THE DECLINE IN YIELD OF PACIFIC MACKEREL, John E. Fitch

    POTENTIAL TUNA FISHERIES OF THE CENTRAL PACIFIC, John Laurence Kask

    THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN SEA WATER, Albert Collier

    WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF THE SEA OTTER?, Richard E. Griffith

    BEHAVIORAL FACTORS AFFECTING SOCIAL STRUCTURE IN THE ALASKA FUR SEAL, George A. Bartholomew, Jr.

    THE PACIFIC WALRUS AND ITS IMPORTANCE TO THE ESKIMO ECONOMY, James W. Brooks

    Big Game and Fur Resources

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Paul F. Hickie

    WOLVERINE, FISHER, AND. MARTEN STUDIES IN A WILDERNESS REGION, Horace F. Quick

    A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON INTENSIVE BEAVER MANAGEMENT, Earl F. Patric and William L. Webb

    PROGRESS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MOOSE OF SOUTH CENTRAL ALASKA, David L. Spencer and Edward F. Chatelain

    EFFECTS OF LAND USE ON MOOSE AND CARIBOU IN ALASKA, A. Starker Leopold and F. Fraser Darling

    NEWFOUNDLAND MOOSE, Douglas H. Pimlott

    A STUDY OF DEERYARD CARRYING CAPACITY BY CONTROLLED BROWSING, L. A. Davenport, D. F. Switzenberg, Robert C. vanEtten, and Wayne D. Burnett

    EFFECTS OF BEETLE-KILLED TIMBER ON RANGE AND WILDLIFE IN COLORADO, Lee E. Yeager and Laurence E. Riordan

    Conservation Education

    ALL,OUT EDUCATION FOR ALL-OUT CONSERVATION, Chester S. Wilson

    NOT JUST WHAT: WHY?, Dan Saults

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION - THE KEY TO RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, William W. Huber

    EDUCATION TOOLS FOR TRAINING IN-SERVICE PERSONNEL, John E. Dodge

    EFFECTIVE USE OF CONSERVATION EDUCATION BY THE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, George S. Hadland

    THE INFLUENCE OF WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS ON CONSERVATION EDUCATION, Ethel Marshall

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION WORKSHOPS - A MEANS TO BETTER RESOURCE USE, Howard E. Weaver

    NATURAL RESOURCES AND HUMAN NEEDS, C. H. D. Clarke

    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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