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Wildlife 2001: Populations


Edited By: DR McCullough and RH Barrett

1164 pages, Illus

Chapman & Hall

Hardback | Dec 1992 | #21120 | ISBN: 1851668764
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Proceedings of an international conference on Population Dynamics and Management of Vertebrates [Exclusive of Primates and Fish] held at Oakland, California, July 1991. Massive and valuable collection.

The editors succeeded in avhieving a functional organization to an otherwise unwieldy collection of papers. The uniformity of format and typesetting of the papers gives this book a very clean and professional look. In addition, the depth of topics insure that both seminal and more recent references can be found...There are few other books I would consider more thoughtfully - Ecology; It has been said many times that conservation biologists should pay more attention to the resource management crowd and their literature, and I can think of no better introduction thatn a perusal of this volume - Conservation Biology


Population methods. Introduction to the methods session. Data-based selection of an appropriate biological model: the key to modern data analysis. Population modelling. Trends in applied ecological modelling. Wolf recovery for Yellowstone National Park: a simulation model. Threatened populations. Research on threatened populations. The use of morphologic and molecular techniques to estimate genetic variability and relationships of small populations. Overabundant populations. Values, problems, and methodologies in managing overabundant wildlife populations: an overview. Contraception as a tool for managing feral horse populations in the western United States. Reptile and amphibian populations. The management of amphibian and reptile populations: species priorities and methodological and theoretical constraints. The use of automated data-acquisition techniques in monitoring amphibian and reptile populations. Passerine bird populations. Population models for passerine birds: structure, parameterization, and analysis. Relationships between bird density, vegetation characteristics, and grasshopper density in mixed-grass prairie of western North Dakota. Seabird populations. Seabirds: management problems and research opportunities. Point-source and non-point-source problems affecting seabird populations. Waterfowl populations. World waterfowl populations: status and dynamics. Reproductive success and population increase of black-bellied whistling ducks (Dendrocygna autumnalis) in newly placed artificial nests in a tropical freshwater marsh. Game bird populations. Long-term perspectives of upland game bird research in North America. Conservation through wise-use hunting? Raptor populations. Studies of Raptor populations: contributions to theory and conservation. Captive management for the long term survival of the California Condor. Small mammal populations. Dynamics of small mammal populations: a review. Effects of habitat patchiness on population dynamics: a modelling approach. Furbearer populations. A review of population dynamics of furbearers. Computer simulation of furbearer population dynamics. Large herbivore populations. Concepts of large herbivore populations dynamics. Genetic perspectives in wildlife management: the case of large herbivores. Marine mammal populations. Determining population status and the use of biological indices in the management of marine mammals. Status of dolphin stocks in the eastern tropical Pacific. Large carnivore populations. Large carnivore ecology: from where do we come and to where shall we go? Mark-recapture density estimation for animals with large home ranges.

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