Introduction to Wildlife Management The Basics
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Description: For an undergraduate wildlife management course at both the introductory and advanced level; assumes some background knowledge in ecology. Dedicated solely to the managerial (vs. ecological), aspects of wildlife management this detailed text covers all the basic components of wildlife managementfrom its history and evolution to conservation ideas, population dynamics, decimating and welfare factors, population models, and an array of important issues at play in the field today. Establishing the framework for effective management, the book is highly adaptable, lending itself easily to all introductory, mid- or advanced-level classes in wildlife management where instructors can customize and/or build upon topics to suit their particular course needs. Clear and straightforward, it is flexible enough to be used alone, as a foundation text supplemented by outside sources, for a refresher course, or simply as a reference text for basic principles.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $126.20
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/18/2001
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Defining Wildlife Management|
|Evolution of Wildlife Management: Our Roots|
|The Conservation Idea|
|The Professional Wildlife Biologist|
|Basic Concepts of Population Dynamics|
|Rate of Increase and Population Growth|
|The Concept of Carrying Capacity|
|Leopold's Population Model|
|Decimating Factors: Predation|
|Decimating Factors: Hunting|
|Decimating Factors: Disease|
|Decimating Factors: Accidents and Starvation|
|Welfare Factors: Forage|
|Welfare Factors: Water, Cover, and Special Factors|
|Censusing Wildlife Populations|
|The Basics of Habitat|
|Economics in Wildlife Management|
|Contemporary and Classical Issues in Wildlife Management|
|Wildlife Management in the Twenty-First Century|