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Wildlife damage management : prevention, problem solving, & conflict resolution / Russell F. Reidinger, Jr. & James E. Miller.

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Author/Creator:
Reidinger, Russell F., 1945-
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2013
Publication:
Baltimore : The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013.
Format:
  • Book
  • 243 pages ; 26 cm
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (pages [211]-233) and index.
Contents:
  • Section A. An Overview of Wildlife Damage Management
  • History
  • Resources
  • Section B. Biological and Ecological Concepts and Their Applications to Wildlife Damage Management
  • Individual Level
  • Population Level
  • Community and Ecosystem Levels
  • Section C. Surveys of Damage and Damaging Species
  • A Global Survey of Damaging Species
  • A Survey of North American Wildlife Damage
  • Invasive Species and Zoonotics
  • Section D. Methods of Management
  • Assessing Damage
  • Physical Methods
  • Chemical Methods
  • Biological Methods
  • Section E. Human Dimensions of Wildlife Damage
  • Economic Dimensions
  • Roles of Attitudes and Values through Culture, Society, and Religion
  • Legal and Political Dimensions
  • Section F. Putting it all Together
  • Overall Management Strategies
  • Role of Wildlife Damage Management in Wildlife Management
  • List of Scientific Names
  • Glossary.
Contributor:
Miller, James E. (James Earl), 1941-
Subjects:
ISBN:
9781421409443
1421409445

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