This exceptionally comprehensive, single-source introduction to the art, science, theories, practices, and issues of wildlife management is ideal for the novice in the subject.Features full-chapters on predators, urban wildlife, policy, water, soil, diseases, conservation biology. New, up-to-date issues covered include the removal of dams, global warming, emerging diseases among elk and deer, adaptive harvest management, animal rights groups, women hunters, population data, migratory animals and more. For anyone interested in an exceptionally comprehensive introduction to wildlife management and conservation.The occurrence of plague (Yersinia pestis) in a bobcat from the Trans-Pecos area of Texas. ... Conserv. 103:331-341. Tanner, O. 1975. Urban wilds. Time-Life Books, New York, NY. 184 pp. Tanner, T. (ed.). 1987. ... Pp. 140-143 in A manual of wildlife conservation (R. D. Teague. ed.) ... 1999. Small mammals, ectomycor- rhizae, and conifer succession in beaver meadows. Oikos 85: 83-94. Tesauro, J. 2001anbsp;...
|Title||:||Wildlife Ecology and Management|
|Author||:||Eric G. Bolen, William Laughlin Robinson|
|Publisher||:||Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company - 2003|