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Essential readings in wildlife management and conservation, edited by Paul R. Krausman and Bruce D. Leopold

Label
Essential readings in wildlife management and conservation
Title
Essential readings in wildlife management and conservation
Statement of responsibility
edited by Paul R. Krausman and Bruce D. Leopold
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1946-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Krausman, Paul R.
  • Leopold, Bruce D.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Wildlife management
  • Wildlife conservation
Label
Essential readings in wildlife management and conservation, edited by Paul R. Krausman and Bruce D. Leopold
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The method of multiple working hypotheses
  • T. C. Chamberlin
  • The tragedy of the commons
  • G. Hardin
  • Effectiveness---the hallmark of the natural resource management professional
  • J. W. Thomas
  • From clients to stakeholders: a philosophical shift for fish and wildlife management
  • M. E. Richmond
  • Born in the hands of hunters: the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
  • V. Geist
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Animals, Ecology & Populations
  • The role of the "accidental"
  • J. Grinnell
  • Periodic fluctuations in the numbers of animals: their causes and effects
  • C. S. Elton
  • The balance of animal populations
  • A. J. Nicholson
  • Some census methods for mammals
  • L.R. Dice
  • On the analysis of productivity in populations of higher vertebrates
  • Our Philosophical Roots
  • P. L. Errington
  • The trophic-dynamic aspect of ecology
  • R. L. Lindeman
  • Territoriality and home range concepts as applied to mammals
  • W.H. Burt
  • The population consequences of life history phenomena
  • L.C. Cole
  • The concept of carrying capacity
  • C. D. Fowle
  • The meanings of competition
  • Wilderness as a form of land use
  • L. C. Birch
  • The components of predation as revealed by a study of small-mammal predation of the European pin e sawfly
  • C. S. Holling
  • The influence of interspecific competition and other factors on the distribution of the barnacle Chthamalus stellatus
  • J. H. Connell
  • An equilibrium theory of insular zoogeography
  • E. O. Wilson
  • Food web complexity and species diversity
  • R. T. Paine
  • Mortality patterns in mammals
  • A. Leopold
  • G. Caughley
  • Rate of increase
  • L. C. Birch
  • Bias in aerial survey
  • G. Caughley
  • Optimal foraging, the marginal value theorem
  • E. L. Charnov
  • Lessons from the George Reserve, Michigan
  • D. R. McCullough
  • Carrying capacity and related slippery shibboleths
  • The conservation ethic
  • J. Macnab
  • The biological diversity crisis
  • E. O. Wilson
  • Metapopulations and wildlife conservation: approaches to modeling spatial structure
  • M. Gilpin
  • Habitat
  • Ecological succession. IV. Vegetation and the control of land animal communities
  • V. E. Shelford
  • Nature and structure of the climax
  • F. E. Clements
  • A. Leopold
  • The point-observation-plot (square-foot density) method of vegetation survey
  • S. S. Hutchings
  • The cover map in wildlife management
  • P. D. Dalke
  • The individualistic concept of the plant association
  • H. A. Gleason
  • Habitat selection
  • S. C. Wecker
  • The comparison of usage and availability measurements for evaluating resource preference
  • D. H. Johnson
  • Wildlife in American culture
  • Human Dimensions
  • Perceptions of animals in American society
  • S. R. Kellert
  • Guidelines for authorship of scientific articles
  • K. T. Adair
  • Biodiversity studies: science and policy
  • E. O. Wilson
  • Human dimensions of living with wildlife---a management challenge for the 21st century
  • L. C. Chase
  • Public attitudes toward a suburban deer herd
  • A. Leopold
  • T. A. Gavin
Control code
ocn808107354
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xii, 682 p.
Isbn
9781421408187
Isbn Type
(hdbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012023929
System control number
(OCoLC)808107354
Label
Essential readings in wildlife management and conservation, edited by Paul R. Krausman and Bruce D. Leopold
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The method of multiple working hypotheses
  • T. C. Chamberlin
  • The tragedy of the commons
  • G. Hardin
  • Effectiveness---the hallmark of the natural resource management professional
  • J. W. Thomas
  • From clients to stakeholders: a philosophical shift for fish and wildlife management
  • M. E. Richmond
  • Born in the hands of hunters: the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
  • V. Geist
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Animals, Ecology & Populations
  • The role of the "accidental"
  • J. Grinnell
  • Periodic fluctuations in the numbers of animals: their causes and effects
  • C. S. Elton
  • The balance of animal populations
  • A. J. Nicholson
  • Some census methods for mammals
  • L.R. Dice
  • On the analysis of productivity in populations of higher vertebrates
  • Our Philosophical Roots
  • P. L. Errington
  • The trophic-dynamic aspect of ecology
  • R. L. Lindeman
  • Territoriality and home range concepts as applied to mammals
  • W.H. Burt
  • The population consequences of life history phenomena
  • L.C. Cole
  • The concept of carrying capacity
  • C. D. Fowle
  • The meanings of competition
  • Wilderness as a form of land use
  • L. C. Birch
  • The components of predation as revealed by a study of small-mammal predation of the European pin e sawfly
  • C. S. Holling
  • The influence of interspecific competition and other factors on the distribution of the barnacle Chthamalus stellatus
  • J. H. Connell
  • An equilibrium theory of insular zoogeography
  • E. O. Wilson
  • Food web complexity and species diversity
  • R. T. Paine
  • Mortality patterns in mammals
  • A. Leopold
  • G. Caughley
  • Rate of increase
  • L. C. Birch
  • Bias in aerial survey
  • G. Caughley
  • Optimal foraging, the marginal value theorem
  • E. L. Charnov
  • Lessons from the George Reserve, Michigan
  • D. R. McCullough
  • Carrying capacity and related slippery shibboleths
  • The conservation ethic
  • J. Macnab
  • The biological diversity crisis
  • E. O. Wilson
  • Metapopulations and wildlife conservation: approaches to modeling spatial structure
  • M. Gilpin
  • Habitat
  • Ecological succession. IV. Vegetation and the control of land animal communities
  • V. E. Shelford
  • Nature and structure of the climax
  • F. E. Clements
  • A. Leopold
  • The point-observation-plot (square-foot density) method of vegetation survey
  • S. S. Hutchings
  • The cover map in wildlife management
  • P. D. Dalke
  • The individualistic concept of the plant association
  • H. A. Gleason
  • Habitat selection
  • S. C. Wecker
  • The comparison of usage and availability measurements for evaluating resource preference
  • D. H. Johnson
  • Wildlife in American culture
  • Human Dimensions
  • Perceptions of animals in American society
  • S. R. Kellert
  • Guidelines for authorship of scientific articles
  • K. T. Adair
  • Biodiversity studies: science and policy
  • E. O. Wilson
  • Human dimensions of living with wildlife---a management challenge for the 21st century
  • L. C. Chase
  • Public attitudes toward a suburban deer herd
  • A. Leopold
  • T. A. Gavin
Control code
ocn808107354
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xii, 682 p.
Isbn
9781421408187
Isbn Type
(hdbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012023929
System control number
(OCoLC)808107354

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