Systems and examples from both the United States and Canada share
the page in a text that presents an approach that is truly North
American. Native American land claims and rights to wildlife
resources, the wildlife problems associated with less developed
countries, and the role parasites and diseases have on wildlife
populations are discussed. Included are sections on endangered
species, species management, environmental impact assessment,
socioeconomic issues, management approaches and legislation and
jurisdiction. This third edition emphasizes the social context of
wildlife management. It addresses difficult issues with fact and
case studies that should be useful to professionals as well as help
prepare students intending to enter natural resource professions.
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