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Wildlife Research and Management in the National Parks epub

by R. Gerald Wright


Wildlife Research and Management in the National Parks epub

ISBN: 0252018249

ISBN13: 978-0252018244

Author: R. Gerald Wright

Category: Science

Subcategory: Nature & Ecology

Language: English

Publisher: University of Illinois Press; First Printing edition (March 1, 1992)

Pages: 240 pages

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Wright traces the history of wildlife management in the .

Wright traces the history of wildlife management in the . national parks, bringing together a diversity of literature and previously unpublished information that will be of concern to wildlife and land-management specialists, conservationists, and all those interested in our national parks. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 240 pages.

ISBN13: 9780252018244.

Published 1992 by University of Illinois Press in Urbana. United States, Yellowstone National Park. Management, Government policy, Wildlife conservation, United States, Wildlife management, United States. National Park Service, National parks and reserves, Internet Archive Wishlist, Wildbiologie, Nature, Conservation, Wildtiere, Nationalpark, Parcs nationaux. Includes bibliographical references (p. -217) and index.

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Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) is an agency of the Zimbabwe government managing national parks. Zimbabwe's game reserves are managed by the government. They were initially founded as a means of using unproductive land. Little regard was given to modern conservation values, but once these evolved, the country became a world leader in wildlife management.

The history of wildlife management in the national parks can be traced in the ungulate management policies of the National Park Service (NPS). These policies have, at various times, embraced total protection at the expense of other species, authorized culling to maintain explicit population levels, and since 1970 advocated natural regulation combined with limited human interference with park ecosystems.

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Redirected from Wildlife Management in the National Parks). The Leopold Report, officially known as Wildlife Management in the National Parks, is a 1963 paper composed of a series of ecosystem management recommendations that were presented by the Special Advisory Board on Wildlife Management to United States Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall.

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Should the wolf be reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park? Should hunting of "overabundant" deer and elk be permitted in some parks? How should grizzly bears be managed in frequently visited areas? Are mountain goats to be eliminated from Olympic National Park? R. Gerald Wright probes these and other issues of public interest in this exploration of the unique role national parks have played in the protection, study, and management of animal life.Controversy has often surrounded wildlife management, primarily when societal attitudes toward specific animals do not mesh with Park Service practices. Those practices are influenced by the public as well as by the evolution of a program of scientific study in the national parks. As park environments are increasingly threatened by growing numbers of visitors, outside land-use changes, and pollution, it is more important than ever that scientific knowledge, administrative willingness, and public support combine to help create the policies necessary for appropriate management and protection of park resources.Wright traces the history of wildlife management in the U.S. national parks, bringing together a diversity of literature and previously unpublished information that will be of concern to wildlife and land-management specialists, conservationists, and all those interested in our national parks.