Wildlife Ecology and Management
For sophomore/senior-level courses in Introduction to Wildlife Management found in Wildlife, Biology, or Zoology departments.This exceptionally comprehensive, single-source introduction to the art, science, theories, practices, and issues of wildlife management is ideal for students taking their first (or perhaps only) course in the subject. Bolen strikes a perfect balance of depth and accessibility providing a useful survey of the discipline.
- Hardback | 634 pages
- 210.82 x 256.54 x 30.48mm | 1,365.31g
- 20 Jul 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
- 5th edition
- w. ill. and maps.
Table of contents
1. What is Wildlife Management? 2. Neglect and Exploitation. 3. Some Successes in Managing Wildlife. 4. Ecosystems and Natural Communities. 5. Population Ecology 6. Animal Behavior and Wildlife Management. 7. Food and Cover. 8. Wildlife Diseases. 9. Predators and Predation. 10. Hunting and Trapping. 11. Wildlife and Water. 12. Wildlife and Soils. 13. Wildlife and Farmlands. 14. Wildlife and Rangelands. 15. Forest Management and Wildlife. 16. Wildlife in Parks and Refuges. 17. Urban Wildlife. 18. Exotic Wildlife. 19. Nongame and Endangered Wildlife. 20. Economics of Wildlife. 21. Conservation Biology and Wildlife Management. 22. Wildlife as a Public Trust. 23. Conclusion.