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Transactions of the 79th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference


Held March 10 to 14, 2014 in Denver, Colorado


Plenary Session. 79th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

Welcome and Opening Remarks, Steve Williams

Engaging the Hispanic Audience: Inviting Diversity, Ed Cantu

Conserving the Future, Wildlife and the Next Generation, Jim Kurth

Special Session One. Human Dimensions and the North American Waterfowl Management Plan

Opening Remarks, Michael G. Anderson

The North American Waterfowl Management Plan: Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future, Gregory E. Siekaniec

Explicit Assumptions for Changing Wildlife Management Outcomes, Andrew H. Raedeke

Public Values and Wildlife Management: Exploring the Social Context of the North American

Waterfowl Management Plan, Tara L. Teel and Michael J. Manfredo

Achieving Behavior Change to Promote Protection of Wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region, Lori Brown Large

Final Thoughts for The Session: New Directions for Examining the Human Dimensions of Waterfowl Management, Michael J. Manfredo

Special Session Two. Managing and Protecting North America's Ungulate Migratory Pathways

Opening Remarks, William J. Rudd

Migration Patterns of Adult Female Mule Deer in Response to Energy Development, Charles R. Anderson, Jr. and Chad J. Bishop

Path of the Pronghorn: Lessons Learned and Future Directions, Rollin D. Sparrowe

Coordinating Across Boundaries: Challenges to Landscape Scale Conservation, Stephen C. Torbit and Greg Watson

Special Session Three. Making Conservation Relevant to Society in the 21st Century

Conservation Relevance: Aligning Funding and the Public Trust Doctrine, Robert H. Holsman and Matthew C. Dunfee

On the Front Lines of Making Conservation Relevant and Valued: A Florida Case Study, Ann B. Forstchen and Daniel J. Decker

Outdoor Recreation in Shifting Societal and Natural Landscapes, Miranda H. Mockrin, J. M. Bowker, Katherine Smith, and Cindi West

Being Relevant: Necessary But Not Sufficient, David J. Case and Edgar A. Rudberg

An Admirable Identity: Helping the Hunter Legacy Resonate in an Era of Unprecedented Change, Karl D. Malcolm

Special Session Four. Beyond the Land and Water Conservation Fund: New Ideas for Future Challenges

Welcome & Introduction, Jodi Stemler

The Critical Link Between LWCF and America's Recreational and Natural Resource Heritage, John Land Le Coq

Political Myths, Practical Realities: LWCF in a Time of Change, Alan Front

The Next Generation of the Land and Water Conservation Fund, Christy Plumer

Meeting the Needs of State Fish and Wildlife Agencies Through the LWCF: A Minnesota Perspective, Edward K. Boggess

Confusion and Understanding: Building the Next Generation for Conservation, Connie Parker

Workshop. Food for Thought: Increasing Return on Investment by Recruiting New Adult Hunters

Keith Warnke, Tasha Sorensen, Amanda Wuestefeld, Jordan Burroughs, Jay Johnson, Karl Malcolm, Tovar Cerulli, and Michael Watt

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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