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Transactions of the 20th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

    Held March 14 to 16 1955 in Montreal, Quebec

    Contents

    PART I - GENERAL SESSIONS

    Twenty Years of Resource Progress?

    FORMAL OPENING, Ira N. Gabrielson

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, A. W. Trueman

    CANADA WELCOMES THIS RESOURCES CONFERENCE, The Honorable Jean Leasage

    OUR RESOURCE ESTATE: WHY CONSERVE IT?, Paui M. Dunn

    PROGRESS IN SOIL CONSERVATION, J. S. Russell

    TWENTY YEAR OF PROGRESS IN WATER MANAGEMENT, Edward A. Ackerman

    TWENTY YEARS OF PROGRESS IN FORESTRY AND RANGE MANAGEMENT, J. V. K. Wagar

    PROGRESS IN WILDLIFE RESEARCH AND TRAINING, Clarence Cottam

    Current Problems and Future Needs

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Frank L. Campbell

    RESEARCH - A KEY TO IMPROVED RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, Keith R. Kelson

    PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF RESOURCE VALUES, Katharine Jackson

    RESEARCH - ARE WE USING WHAT WE KNOW?, Bernard L. Orell

    FUTURE POPULATION DEMANDS, William Vogt

    DO RESOURCE PROGRAMS MEET PEOPLE'S NEEDS?, Stephen Raushenbush

    Waterfowl Flyway Management Problems

    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Angus Gavin

    WHEREFORE FLYWAY COUNCILS!, T. A. McAmis

    SOCIAL SECURITY FOR MR. DUCK, Ernest Swift

    CANADA'S PLACE IN FLYWAY MANAGEMENT, David A. Munro and J. Bernard Gollop

    IS THERE SCIENTIFIC BASIS FOR FLYWAY MANAGEMENT?, Joseph J. Hickey

    CROP INSURANCE AGAINST WATERFOWL DEPREDATIONS, E. L. Paynter

    PART II - TECHNICAL SESSIONS

    Disease, Nutrition, and Controls

    CAUSES OF WINTER LOSSES AMONG CANADA GEESE, C. M. Herman, J. H. Steenis, and E. E. Wehr

    THE ROLE OF FOOD AND COVER IN POPULATION FLUCTUATIONS OF THE BROWN LEMMING AT POINT BARROW, ALASKA, Daniel Q. Thompson

    REDUCTION OF ADRENAL WEIGHT IN RODENTS BY REDUCING POPULATION SIZE, John J. Christian and David E. Davis

    CHEMICALS AND WILDLIFE - AN ANALYSIS OF RESEARCH NEEDS, Robert L. Rudd and Richard E. Genelly

    HYDATID DISEASE IN SASKATCHEWAN BIG GAME, T. A. Harper, R. A. Ruttan, and W. A. Benson

    A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF QUAIL MALARIA IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA IN RELATION TO HABITAT AND QUAIL MORTALITY, Charles R. Hungerford

    SOME NEW PHEASANT DISEASES IN CALIFORNIA, Merton N. Rosen and William J. Mathey, Jr.

    Wetlands and Inland Water Resources

    INCREASING SUMMER STREAMFLOW, Kenneth A. Reid

    TROUT MANAGEMENT RESEARCH IN ALBERTA, Richard B. Miller

    MANAGEMENT OF QUEBEC TROUT LAKES, Gustave Prevost

    THE EFFECT OF DRAWDOWNS ON LAKE TROUT REPRODUCTION AND THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL SPAWNING BEDS, N. V. Martin

    FISH CULTURES FOR AGRICULTURAL WATERS, Verne E. Davison

    SOME EVIDENCES OF HOME RANGE IN WATERFOWL, Alex Dzubin

    FLUOROSCOPIC MEASURES Of HUNTING PRESSURE IN EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA, William H. Elder

    Upland Game Resources

    IS THE HEN PHEASANT A SACRED COW?, J. Burton Lauckhart

    ACORN YIELDS AND WILDLIFE USAGE IN MISSOURI, Donald M. Christiâ—Šen and Leroy J. Korschgen

    ANALYSIS OF PHEASANT AGE RATIOS, Lee Eberhardt and Ralph I. Blouch

    AGE, BREEDING BEHAVIOR AND MIGRATION OF SOOTY GROUSE, James F. Bendell

    IMPLICATIONS OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN GRAY SQUIRREL MANAGEMENT, V. F. Flyger

    THE STRIP INTERSECT CENSUS, Paul Moore

    THE CONTROVERSIAL SAN JUAN RABBIT, Roger M. Latham

    Marine, Coastal, and Fur Resources

    STUDIES ON CANADIAN ATLANTIC SALMON, P. F. Elson and C. J. Kerswili

    PROBLEMS OF PACIFIC SALMON MANAGEMENT, Ferris Neave and R. E. Foerster

    PLANNING ANADROMOUS FISH PROTECTION FOR PROPOSED DAMS, W. R. Hourston, C. H. Clay, L. Edgeworth, P. A. Larkin, E. H. Vernon, and R. G. McMynn

    GROUNDFISH STOCKS OF THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC, Wilfred Templeman

    PHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF CAPTIVITY MORTALITY IN THE SEA OTTER, Donald E. Stullken and Charles M. Kirkpatrick

    GROWTH RATES AND AGE DETERMINATION IN ALASKAN BEAVER, John L. Buckley and W. L. Libby

    UTILIZATION OF ATLANTIC HARP SEAL POPUATIONS, H. D. Fisher

    Big Game Resources

    AN AERIAL SURVEY TECHNIQUE FOR NORTHERN BIG GAME, A. W. F. Banfield, D. R. Flook, J. P. Kelsall, and A. G. Loughrey

    SOIL SURVEYS FOR GAME-RANGE DEVELOPMENT, F. P. Cronemiller

    MANAGEMENT OF WHITE-TAILED DEER AND PONDEROSA PINE, George Neils, Lowell Adams, and Robert M. Blair

    BARREN-GROUND CARIBOU MOVEMENTS IN THE CANADIAN ARCTIC, John P. Kelsall

    INCREASED NATALITY RESULTING FROM LOWERED POPULATION DENSITY AMONG ELK IN SOUTHEASTERN WASHINGTON, Helmut K. Buechner and Carl V. Swanson

    FACTORS INFLUENCING MULE DEER ON ARIZONA BRUSHLANDS, William R. Hanson and Clay Y. McCulloch

    THE CONCEPT OF CARRYING CAPACITY, R. Y. Edwards and C. David Fowle

    Conservation Information Opportunities

    LET'S USE RADIO, Wilbur D. Stites

    LET'S USE TELEVISION, James R. Harlan

    WHAT'S WRONG WITH STATE CONSERVATION MAGAZINES?, Frank Gregg

    CONSERVATION EDUCATION IN THE NORTHWEST, William W. Huber

    THE SOUTH IS WORKING ON ITS PROBLEMS, Rose E. Fleming

    SELLING CONSERVATION BY CONFERENCE, D. B. Turner

    TEACHING FIREARMS SAFETY IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, John E. Dodge

    THE CHALLENGE WE TAKE - Appraisal of the 20th North American Wildlife Conference, Ian McTaggart Cowan

    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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