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Wildlife science Connecting Research with Management

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateurs : Sands Joseph P. , DeMaso Stephen J., Schnupp Matthew J., Brennan Leonard A.

Couverture de l’ouvrage Wildlife science
This book investigates the polarization between wildlife managers and wildlife researchers and provides strategies for bridging cultural and communication gaps between these groups. The text covers the history of the longstanding disconnect, research and management entities, species case studies, management and policy case studies, and conclusions and future directions. The authors present case studies of both successful and failed interactions, providing a platform for discussion of the underlying issues. They examine current issues in wildlife science and management to explore real-world implications resulting from the research and management disconnect.
IntroductionA History of the Disconnect Between Wildlife Research and Management, Stephen J. DeMaso and Caesar KlebergStrengthening the Ties Between Wildlife Research and Management, Paul KrausmanResearch and Management EntitiesThe Role of Universities in Wildlife Management, Leonard A. Brennan and Caesar KlebergWildlife Research and Management at the State Level, Timothy BreaultPutting Science into Action on Forest Service Lands: Fact or Fiction?, William BlockThe Role of Private Entities in the Wildlife Profession, William PalmerFunding Research as an Investment for Improving Management, Dave Delaney and Matthew SchnuppSpecies Case StudiesThe Disconnect between Quail Research and Management, Leonard A. Brennan and Caesar KlebergSage Grouse, Grazing, and the Public Trust in the American West, Robert AskinsDeer in the Western United States, Jim HeffelfingerThe White-tailed Deer Story of the NortheastManagement and Policy Case StudiesDisconnect between Research and Management in Ranching on Private Lands, Roger Gates, Alexander Smart and Barry DunnImpacts of Wind Energy Development on Wildlife: Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Solutions, Edward B. ArnettBlackstone's Elk: How Ancient Legal Regimes have Confronted Scientific Information on Federal Lands in the Northern Continental Rocky Mountains, Benjamin J. MillerDeveloping Management Techniques from Research: Pushmataha Forest Habitat Research Area, Oklahoma, Ron MastersConclusions and Future DirectionsKeys to Bridging the Gap Between Research and Management in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Tom DaileyFuture Directions: Wildlife Research, Management, and Conservation in the 21st Century, Joseph P. Sands, Stephen J. DeMaso, Leonard A. Brennan, Caesar Kleberg and Matthew J. SchnuppList of ContributorsIndex
Wildlife managers; wildlife and conservation biologists; ecologists; natural resource managers; forestry professionals/silviculturalists; forestry and wildlife professionals in government agencies and NGOs. Upper level undergraduates in wildlife ecology/wildlife management/forestry/natural resource management courses.

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Ouvrage de 328 p.

15.6x23.5 cm

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