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Transactions of the 50th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference


Held March 15 to 20, 1985 in Washington, D.C.


Identifying Needs and Opportunities to Improve Natural Resources Management

Opening Remarks, Daniel A. Poole

The Need for Consensus on Natural Resources Issues The Honorable Donald P. Hodel

Special Golden Anniversary Address

These Fifty Years: The Conservation Record of North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conferences, Durward L. Allen

Current Public Perceptions, Attitutes, and Desires on Natural Resources Management, Louis Harris

Status of Programs and Future Directions of Maintaining Air and Water Quality, The Honorable Robert T. Stafford

Legislative Needs to Improve Management of Natural Resources, The Honorable John B. Breaux

Forest Decline and Acid Deposition: Quandary for Natural Resources Management, Robert L. Burgess

Outdoor Recreation Skills and Education: Responsibilities, Ethics, Successful and Needed Programs

Outdoor Recreation Skills Education Introduction, F. E. "Bud" Eyman

The NRA and History of Hunter Education in North America, Gary L. Anderson, James M. Norine, and Thomas C. Lankenau

Advanced Hunter Education and Tomorrow's Programs, De/win E. Benson

Ethics For All Outdoor Recreationists, Jack Lorenz

Missouri's Outdoor Recreation Skills Program: Hunter Education And More, Cheryl K. Riley

Funding Outdoor Skills Programming: How to Pay the Tab for Hunter Education and More, Edwin H. Glaser

The Role of Volunteers in Training Programs, Gerard J. Kennedy

The Future For Outdoor Training, Robert M. Jackson and Homer E. Moe

Summary-Outdoor Recreational Skills and Education: Responsibilities, Ethics, Successful and Needed Programs,

Agricultural Lands: Conservation Farming and Its Values to Wild Living Resources

Agricultural Lands and Wildlife: A Perspective, George V. Burger

Farm Conservation Measures to Benefit Wildlife, Especially Pheasant Populations, Richard E. Warner and Stanley L. Etter

Responses of Wildlife to Various Tillage Conditions, John S. Castrate

Impacts of No-Till Row Cropping on Upland Wildlife, James B. Wooley, Jr., Louis B. Best, and William R. Clark

Ducks Unlimited's Agricultural Extension Program, Wayne Fraser Cowan

Present and Future Use of Herbicides in Conservation Farming, Kent M. Reasons

State Federal Partnership for Soil Conservation and Fish and Wildlife Enhancement, Robert D. Miller, David L. Urich, and Russell C. Mills

Conservation Farming and Aquatic Resources, Fred D. Theurer, Edward H. Seely, and William J. Miller

An Economic Perspective on the Effects of Federal Conservation Policies on Wildlife Habitat, Linda L. Langner

Forested Lands: Management for Multiple Benefits

Multiple-Use on Western Private Industrial Timberlands, Lorin L. Hicks

USDA Forest Service: Management, Research, and Cooperative Forestry for Multiple Benefits, James G. Dickson

Management of Wildlife Resources on Large Private Forestland Holdings in the Southeastern United States, Roy L. Lassiter, Jr.

Public Use of Large Private Forests in Arkansas, Carlton N. Owen, T. Bently Wigley, and Danny L. Adams

Multiple-Use Management on Tennessee Valley Authority Lands, Ronald J. Field, Donovan C. Forbes, and Larry M. Doyle

Aspen Management-An Opportunity for Maximum Integration of Wood Fiber and Wildlife Benefits, Gordon W. Gullion

Economic Values of Wildlife: Opportunities and Pitfalls, Bill H. Tomlinson

The Role of Environmental Research in Multiple-Use Management of Private Forestlands, James A. Rochelle and M. Anthony Melchiors

Plans and Actions for Fish and Wildlife: Case Histories

A Perspective on Planned Management Systems, W. Donald Dexter

Florida's Comprehensive Planning System, Dave McElveen

Evaluating Probable Comprehensive Planning Success, Spencer Amend

Managing Wildlife Resources by Objective, Dale Strickland

Environmental Scanning: The Difference Between Strategic Success and Failure, Dennis A. Schenborn

Cumulative Effects Analysis: An Advance in Wildlife Planning and Management, Hal Salwasser and Fred B. Samson

The Role of State Fish and Wildlife Agencies in Federal Land Management Planning, William C. Unke/

Fishing for Dollars: The Role of Economics in Fishery Management, Patrick J. Graham

Capabilities for Research and Management: Status and Needs

Coordinated Resource Management and Planning - The California Experience, Delmer L. Albright and Kent A. Smith

Predicting the Effects of Land-Use Changes on Wildlife, John E. Hench, Vagn Flyger, Robert Gibbs, and Keith Van Ness

Species Selection for Habitat Assessments, Thomas H. Roberts and L. Jean O'Neil

Application of Expert Systems in Wildlife Management, Gary C. White, Len H. Carpenter and David R. Anderson

New Role for Science in National Parks, C. J. Martinka

Potential Federal Funding of State Nongame Management Programs: Results of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Study, John B. Loomis and Rodney W. Olson

Oregon's Nongame Wildlife Management Plan, David B. Marshal/

Research Accomplishments and Prospects in Wildlife Economics, Robert K. Davis

Increasing Communication Between Research and Development Scientists and Operational Managers-The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Approach, William K. Seitz, Robert G. Streeter, Ronald E. Kirby, Alan R. Taylor, Thomas J. Cortese, and Diana H. Cross

Influencing Congressional Decisions on Wetlands Conservation: Information and Communication Needs, Robert P. Davison

Early Career Development of Fisheries and Wildlife Biologists in Two Forest Service Regions, James J. Kennedy and Joseph A. Minco/la

Aquatic Habitats: Conservation and Management

Opening Statement, Kenneth R. Roberts

Status and Trends of Wetlands and Deepwater Habitats in the Conterminous United States, 1950s to 1970s, National Wetlands Inventory Group

Federal Tax Code Opportunities to Maintain Wetlands, Michael Dennis

Estuarine Habitat Enhancement and Restoration, John B. Pearce

Mitigation Banking: A Mechanism For Compensating Unavoidable Fish and Wildlife Habitat Losses, David M. Soileau, James D. Brown, and David W. Fruge

Mitigation by "Banking" Credits: A Louisiana Pilot Project, Michael D. Zagata

National Wetlands Functions and Values Study Plan, Ellis J. Clairain, Jr.

Chesapeake Bay: History and Management Needs, Robert L. Lippson

Migratory Wildlife: Status, Needs and Future Management Directions

Opening Statement, Dennis G. Raveling and Leigh H. Fredrickson

Evaluation of Efforts to Redistribute Canada Geese, Donald H. Rusch, Scott R. Craven, Robert E. Trost, John R. Cary, Robert L. Drieslein, John W. Ellis, and John Wetzel

Factors Affecting Autumn and Winter Distribution of Canada Geese, Dale D. Humburg, David A. Graber, and Kenneth M. Babcock

Productivity, Mortality and Population Status of Dusky Canada Geese, John E. Cornely, Bruce H. Campbell, and Robert L. Jarvis

The Effect of Restrictive Regional Hunting Regulations on Survival Rates and Local Harvests of Southern Manitoba Mallards, F. Dale Caswell, Geoge S. Hochbaum, and R. Kent Brace

Metabolizable Energy of Seeds Consumed by Ducks in Lake Erie Marshes, Robert D. Hoffman and Theodore A. Bookhout

The Protection of Bottomland Hardwood Wetlands of the Lower Mississippi Valley, Stephen W. Forsythe

Perspectives on American Woodcock in the Southern United States, Gene W. Wood, M. Keith Causey, and R. Montague Whiting, Jr.

Population Status and Management Efforts for Endangered Cranes, George Archibald and Claire M. Mirande

Symposium: The Role of Diseases in Marine Fisheries Management

Introduction, Aaron Rosenfield

Role of Disease in Marine Fish and Shellfish Management, William G. Gordon

Remarks of the Chairman, Aaron Rosenfield

Quantitative Effects of Marine Diseases on Fish and Shellfish Populations, William J. Hargis, Jr.

The Role of Disease in the Management of Cultivated Marine Fish and Shellfish Populations, Carl J. Sindermann

Role of Diseases in Marine Fisheries Management, E. Spencer Garrett

Disease Organisms, Economics and the Management of Fisheries, Ivar E. Strand and Douglas W. Lipton

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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