By: P Monaghan and DGM Wood-Gush
264 pages, 35 line drawings, 8 b/w illus
Man interacts with animals in numerous ways - they provide a food source, raw materials, transport and companionship, as well as competion for resources - so how we manage their behaviour is of great importance. This text brings together several fields of study in ethology, in a way that should help us manage the behaviour of animals better, and covers subjects such as improving productivity in agriculture and aquaculture, improving the welfare of captive animals, promoting the conservation of endangered species, and finding humane solutions to deal with animal pests. Of interest to zoologists, behaviourists and veterinarians alike.
...The book is well written, well produced and documented and is a fascinating account of the interplay of the relatively new science of animal behaviour with the much older craft of animal husbandry. UFAW News-sheet; This is a must for every student or graduate who not only wishes to gain a deeper understanding of why animals behave as they do, but also of how they can use that understanding to provide a full and productive life for man and animal alike. - The Veterinary Record; a most useful book on an important subject -Journal of Fish Biology; This book is well written, attractively produced and easy to read introduction to the behaviour of animals in an environment controlled by man. - The British Veterinary Journal; the book works well, demonstrating clearly how the techniques and theories of modern behavioural biology can be used to manipulate the behaviour of animals...It is well produced and easy to read... Fish Biology and Fisheries
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