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Wildlife Management


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Wildlife Management

Wildlife Management

Wildlife Management in Africa

Wildlife Management in Africa

NDVI and wildlife management

Wildlife Management in Africa

Ecotourism, wildlife management, and behavioural biologists changing minds for conservation

Spatial Management of Wildlife Disease*

Conservation of Wildlife Populations: Demography, Genetics, and Management

Gender-Based Harvesting in Wildlife Disease Management

Management of Wildlife and Habitat in Developing Countries

Local and landscape-scale impacts of woodland management on wildlife

Tamarisk Management at Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge A Resource Manager’s Perspective

Contingent valuation of the public benefits of agricultural wildlife management: The case of Dutchpeat meadow land

Unsupervised classification of airborne laser scanning data to locate potential wildlife habitats for forest management planning

Applied Conservation Genetics and the Need for Quality Control and Reporting of Genetic Data Used in Fisheries and Wildlife Management

Fernandez-Martinez, Ana. “Wildlife Conservation in Zambia: Impact of Game Management Areas on Household Welfare.” MS Thesis, Michigan State University. Honorable Mention

The Fish and Wildlife Job on the National Forests: A Century of Game and Fish Conservation, Habitat Protection, and Ecosystem Management. By Theodore Catton and Lisa Mighetto. Washington, D.C.: USDA Forest Service, 1998. vii + 455 pp. Notes, bibliography, index, illustrations

Fulbright, T. E., and D. G. Hewitt. 2008. Wildlife Science: Linking Ecological Theory and Management Applications. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 372 pp. ISBN 978-0-8493-7487-6, price (hardbound), $119.95

 

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Wildlife management is the act, discipline, and profession of managing wildlife populations. The term “wildlife” sometimes refers to all wild species, including fishes and plants. However, in the context of ...

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