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Transactions of the 19th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 8 to 10 1954 in Chicago, Illinois

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS

    Ownership and Use of Resources

    FORMAL OPENING, Ira N. Gabrielson

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, The Honorable Jean Lesage

    BROAD OBJECTIVES OF OWNERSHIP AND USE OF LAND, Shirley W. Allen

    OWNERSHIP AND USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES: THE NATIONAL VIEWPOINT, George L. Peterson

    OWNERSHIP AND USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES. THE STATE'S POINT OF VIEW, De Witt Nelson

    OWNERSHIP AND USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES FROM THE CONSUMER'S VIEWPOINT, J. W. Penfold

    THE PRODUCER'S VIEWPOINT CONCERNING OWNERSHIP AND USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Roy Battles

    Watershed Management Goals

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Chester S. Wilson

    WHAT IS WATERSHED CONSERVATION?, D. A. Williams

    THE PLACE OF FOREST AND RANGE IN WATERSHED CONSERVATION, H. G. Wilm

    THE PLACE OF SOIL CONSERVATION IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, Kirk Fox

    THE PLACE OF PARKS AND RECREATION IN OUR NEW PROGRAMS FOR WATERSHED CONSERVATION, Howard Zahniser

    THE PLACE OF STREAM POLLUTION CONTROL IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, J. H. Bender

    Waterfowl Horizons-Unlimited?

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, William M. Apple

    DUCKS NEED MORE THAN BREEDING GROUNDS, W. Winston Mair

    WHAT THE STATES CAN DO FOR WATERFOWL, Robert A. Wells

    WATERFOWL POTENTIALS, John L. Farley

    MAN IS THE LIMITING FACTOR, Robert M. Gaylord

    PHILOSOPHY OF WATERFOWL ABUNDANCE, Ludlow Griscom

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS

    Disease, Nutrition, and Controls

    HUNTING AS A TECHNIQUE IN STUDYING LUNGWORM INFESTATIONS IN BIGHORN SHEEP, Gilbert N. Hunter and Richard E. Pillmore

    INVESTIGATION OF FOX POPULATIONS AND SYLVATIC RABIES IN THE SOUTHEAST, John Eugene Wood

    PREDATOR CONTROL IN MICHIGAN-WHEN, WHY, AND HOW, David A. Arnold

    RESPONSES IN WEIGHT AND REPRODUCTION OF RING-NECKED PHEASANTS FED FRUITS OF GRAY DOGWOOD AND MULTIFLORA ROSE, Leonard E. Spiegel and Richard E. Reynolds

    THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW PEST CONTROL AGENTS, Harry F. Dietz

    SOME FIELD AND LABORATORY ASPECTS OF DUCK SICKNESS AT WHITEWATER LAKE, MANITOBA, Eugene F: Bossenmaier, Theodore A. Olson, Myrtle E. Rueger, and William H. Marshall

    AN EXPERIMENT IN THE CONTROL OF WATERFOWL DEPREDATIONS, H. Albert Hochbaum, S. T. Dillon, and J. L. Howard

    Wetlands and Inland Water Resources

    MEASURING LIVING SPACE FOR WATERFOWL, C. Gordon Fredine

    WATERFOWL MIGRATION STUDIES AND THEIR APPLICATION TO MANAGEMENT IN COLORADO, Jack R. Grieb and Erwin L. Beeker

    FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF GEESE IN JAMES BAY, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE BLUE GOOSE, Geo. M. Stirrett

    THE EFFECT OF CHANGED ANGLING REGULATIONS ON A TROUT POPULATION OF THE AU SABLE RIVER, David S. Shetter, Marvin J. Whalls, and O. M. Corbett

    STUDIES ON THE POPULATION OF LEGAL-SIZE FISH IN WHITMORE LAKE, WASHTENAW AND LIVINGSTON COUNTIES, MICHIGAN, Gerald P. Cooper and Robert N. Schafer

    THE EFFECTS OF A LATE-SUMMER DRAWDOWN ON THE FISH POPULATION OF RIDGE LAKE, COLES COUNTY, ILLINOIS, George W. Bennett

    INVESTIGATIONS OF WATERS BELOW STORAGE RESERVOIRS IN TENNESSEE, Donald W. Pfitzer

    Upland Game Resources

    THE INFLUENCE OF HUNTING AND OF RAINFALL UPON GAMBEL'S QUAIL POPULATIONS, Wendell G. Swank and Steve Gallizioli

    STUDIES OF AUTOMATIC QUAIL FEEDERS IN FLORIDA, O. E. Frye, Jr.

    INFLUENCE OF CALCIUM ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE PHEASANT IN NORTH AMERICA, Fred H. Dale

    THE UTILIZATION OF RECLAIMED COAL STRIPLANDS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF WILDLIFE, Charles V. Riley

    ANIMAL POPULATION FLUCTUATIONS IN ALASKA-A HISTORY, John L. Buckley

    AN EVALUATION OF COTTONTAIL RABBIT MANAGEMENT IN PENNSYLVANIA, Glenn L. Bowers

    WILDLIFE HABITAT DEVELOPMENT AT RESERVOIRS, Carl R. Eklund

    Coastal and Marine Resources

    MIGRATORY PATTERN AND RAClAL STRUCTURE OF ATLANTIC COAST STRIPED BASS, Edward C. Raney, William S. Woolcott, and Albert G. Mehring

    CONSERVING NEW ENGLAND HADDOCK, Herbert W. Graham

    CALIFORNIA'S TUNA AND YELLOWTAIL TAGGING PROGRAMS, Phil M. Roedel

    RESEARCH ON ANADROMOUS FISH PASSAGE AT DAMS, Gerald B. Collins

    NEW JERSEY'S SALT WATER SPORT FISHERY INVENTORY, 1953, Roy R. Younger and Paul E. Hamer

    MIGRATION AND FOOD OF THE NORTHERN FUR SEAL, Ford Wilke and Karl W. Kenyon

    A CLUE TO THE EELGRASS MYSTERY, Alexander C. Martin

    Big-Game and Fur Resources

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Anton de Vos

    PROGRESS ON A MARTEN LIVE-TRAPPING STUDY, Fletcher E. Newby and Vernon D. Hawley

    BEAVER MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS ON WESTERN PUBLIC LANDS, Lee E. Yeager and Ra!ph R. Hill

    POPULATION GROWTH AND GAME MANAGEMENT, Robert F. Scott

    FACTS ABOUT CANADIAN MUSK-OXEN, J. S. Tener

    METHODS FOR CENSUSING WINTER-LOST DEER, W. Leslie Robinette, Dale A. Jones, Jay S. Gashwiler, and C. M. Aldous

    CHANGES IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN FORESTS FROM BROWSING BY DEER, Samuel A. Graham

    SOME OBSERVATIONS ON GAME AND GAME RANGE TREND IN SOUTHERN KENYA, BRITISH EAST AFRICA, Fred W. Johnson

    Conservation Education

    WHAT IS THE ADMINISTRATOR'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSERVATION EDUCATION?, Hayden W. Olds

    THE ADMINISTRATOR'S RESPONSIBILITY IN AIDS TO TEACHING CONSERVATION, E. Laurence Palmer

    INDUSTRIAL INTERESTS IN CONSERVATION, Kenneth E. Huddleston

    A FACTUAL PRESS RESULTS IN A CONSERVATION-MINDED PUBLIC, Lytton Taylor

    CONSERVATION FACTS NEEDED BY WOMEN, Grace 0. Beach

    BETTER GUIDES FOR CONSERVATION EFFORTS OF SPORTSMEN, Malcolm M. Hargraves, M.D.

    HOW CAN WE LIVE ON AN AMERICAN FARM?, W. Houser Davidson

    NATURAL RESOURCES-WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY? - Appraisal of the 19th North American Wildlife Conference, A Starker Leopold

    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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