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Wildlife and People The Human Dimensions of Wildlife Ecology

By: GG Gray
260 pages, Bw illus, tabs, maps
Wildlife and People
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  • Wildlife and People ISBN: 9780252063169 Paperback Mar 1995 Out of stock with supplier: order now to get this when available
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Focuses on issues affecting our natural, cultural, rural and urban environments, and examines the human aspect of the animal-habitat-human triad, providing an introduction to virtually every discipline involved in the human dimensions of wildlife ecology.

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By: GG Gray
260 pages, Bw illus, tabs, maps
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An easy-to-read and succinct historical review of the interface between wildlife ecology and the human elements of wildlife management. Gray shows how wildlife ecology, wildlife management, and human, economic, social, and spiritual well-being are so tightly interwoven that any treatment of the issues separately is hollow. -- Forest Science
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