3 edition of Issues & Technology in the Management of Impacted Wildlife found in the catalog.
Issues & Technology in the Management of Impacted Wildlife
by Thorne Ecological Institute
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||177|
Urban Wildlife: Issues & Management Solutions. Posted August 2, by manager. by Todd A. Black. Jack H. Berryman a leader in wildlife management once said, “As the human population continues to grow and the competition for space and other resources increases, there will be more need for managing the damage caused by wildlife—the application of a wide variety of management, sociological. Parrish B () Wildlife impact mitigation and reclamation in open pit, cyanide heap leach gold mining. In: Davis PR, Emerick JC, Finch DM, Foster SQ, Monarch JW, Rush S, Thorne O, Todd J (eds) Issues and Technology in the Management of Impacted Wildlife. Proceedings, National Symposium, Glenwood Springs, CO, Feb. , , pp –Cited by:
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Cover title: Proceedings IV: issues and technology in the management of impacted wildlife. Description: vii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Proceedings IV, issues and technology in the management of impacted wildlife: Responsibility.
Issues and technology in the management of impacted Western wildlife. Boulder, Colo.: Thorne Ecological Institute, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John C Emerick; Thorne Ecological Institute. Issues and technology in the management of impacted wildlife: Symposium (6th: Glenwood Springs, CO)» Issues and technology in the management of impacted wildlife: Symposium (6th: Glenwood Springs, CO) Average Rating.
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Issues and technology in the management of impacted western wildlife: proceedings of a national symposium. Thorne Ecological Institute: Cited by: 2. Ethical Issues and Future Directions in Wildlife Management John W. Grandy Recent progress in protection of wildlife and wildlife refuges is currently being undermined by the efforts of james Watt, U.S.
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