2 edition of Assessing public opinions of wildlife management found in the catalog.
Assessing public opinions of wildlife management
Karin Kajsa N. Johnson
Written in English
|Statement||by Karin (Kajsa) N. Johnson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||83 leaves, bound. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
Create/Access a USFWS Conservation Library Online Account. Build and maintain public or private lists of books, videos and many other kinds of items owned by libraries. 6. Add information to WorldCat records, such as reviews, notes and tags The Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management and North American Fauna. About the Journal. Wildlife Research represents an international forum for the publication of research and debate on the ecology, management and conservation of wild animals in natural and modified habitats. The journal combines basic research in wildlife ecology with advances in science-based management practice. Subject areas include: applied ecology; conservation .
et al. ). If wildlife managers make deci-sions without prior knowledge of public atti-tudes and opinions, new policies may easily be misunderstood or resented, and strongly op-posed (Tillett , Heberlein , Witter ). Researching and using public opinions in management decisions is important for any wildlife agency (Witter and. Systematic conservation planning is a method commonly used by conservationists to focus on the highest priority conservation values of a project. The study used a Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) to survey the public and conservation experts about their conservation preferences surrounding the SWAEI.
Wildlife damage management professionals typically start with an assessment that involves identifying the species causing the damage, the affected resources, and the severity of the damage. which facilitates instantaneous dissemination of unvetted information and opinions designed to sway public opinion. As a result, wildlife managers often. It is increasingly necessary for state agencies to incorporate the opinions of their constituents in wildlife management decision-making. Shifting demographics of Iowa's human population necessitate gathering information on stakeholders' beliefs and values toward wildlife. This project was implemented to establish baseline information regarding the distribution of WVOs held by .
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Involving the public in wildlife management is important to achieve effective and acceptable policies. An accurate assessment of public opinion can be complicated by the public's prior knowledge, perceptions, and the method of public input : Karin Kajsa N. Johnson. Abstract. Graduation date: Involving the public in wildlife management is important to achieve effective and acceptable policies.
An accurate assessment of public opinion can be complicated by the public's prior knowledge, perceptions, and the method of public input used. A definitive textbook for students of wildlife management. Wildlife Management and Conservation presents a clear overview of the management and conservation of animals, their habitats, and how people influence both.
The relationship among these three components of wildlife management is explained in chapters written by leading experts and is designed to prepare wildlife students for careers in which they will be charged with maintaining Reviews: 9.
sions of wildlife management research, can help man-agers learn about the attitudes (e.g., beliefs and levels of support or opposition) and demographic characteristics of publics and interest groups associated with resource and wildlife-management efforts (Bath ).
Such informa-tion is important to resource and wildlife managers asCited by: This article examined value orientations toward wildlife among the adult general Danish public in relation to age, sex, past and present residence, education, and income, using a. "Wildlife Management and Conservation: Contemporary Principles and Practices does a great job introducing readers to the wildlife management triad and provides an excellent overview of the wildlife profession for students Although it is an introductory wildlife management text, the information supplied in the book is detailed enough to be of value to professionals."/5(9).
To that end, those students should have a strong background in ecology and the basic principles of wildlife management. After all, wildlife is the emphasis of the numerous groups, organizations, and federal, state, and international agencies charged with maintaining and enhancing wild and natural places, and places not so by: 7.
The book presents a set of 32 exercises that are primarily new and greatly revised versions from the book's successful first edition.
These exercises span a wide range of conservation issues: genetic analysis, population biology and management, taxonomy, ecosystem management, land use planning, the public policy process and more.
Addressing a variety of topics, from population estimation and growth trend predictions to the study of migration patterns, this book presents fresh data on such pressing issues as sustainable take, control of invasives, and species reintroduction.
Authored by leading researchers in wildlife science. How to use this book 1 What is wildlife conservation and management. 2 Goals of management 3 Hierarchies of decision 5 Policy goals 7 Feasible options 8 Summary 8 Part 1 Wildlife ecology 9 2 Biomes 11 Introduction 11 Forest biomes 12 Woodland biomes 14 Shrublands 14 Grassland biomes 15 Semi.
Wildlife management is interdisciplinary that deals with protecting endangered and threatened species and subspecies and their habitats, as well as the non-threatened agricultural animals and game species.
The Wildlife Management program emphasizes both applied and basic research in wildlife ecology, management, education and extension. Wildlife. All forms of animal life that are not domesticated Includes farmed wild species. Management. directing a group of people or entities toward a goal Implies a human dimension Involves planning, learning, researching, leading or directing, and controlling.
In this beautifully illustrated book, the principles of wildlife management are laid out in a way that is both scientifically sound and understandable to anyone. In addition to discussing the management and biology of charismatic game species such as white-tail deer, wild turkey, and quail, it also explores such topics as managing for non-game, managing for furbearers, pond management 5/5(2).
Measuring public opinion on fish and wildlife management issues Marketing in a fisheries and wildlife organization Fish and wildlife agencies and organization Fish and wildlife laws and law enforcement The value of wildlife Wildlife levels and cultural carrying capacity Wildlife management in Africa has many examples where this process, combined with emotional public pressure, impairs wildlife management.
Conventional public opinion has created an automatic link between precaution and calls for bans on consumptive use options. Wildlife Management Tools (cont.) † Hunting and Trapping:Valuable tools for maintaining wildlife populations at or below carrying capacity for the habitat. Goal is regulate hunting so only excess animals in a population are removed.
† Public Education: Necessary for public understanding of wildlife management programs. The more people know andFile Size: 1MB. The Endangered Species Act: History, Conservation Biology, and Public Policy is both a treatise on policy assessment and an excellent history, assessment, and discussion of the ESA itself.
Those interested in natural resources policy and those interested specifically in the ESA will want to read this book."Cited by: A Technical Guide for Monitoring Wildlife Habitat iii Acknowledgments The technical editors and authors thank the following U.S.
Department of Agri-culture, Forest Service employees for providing technical expertise and consultation on one or more chapters: Jim Alegria, Seona Brown, Renate Bush, Chris Carlson,Cited by: 7.
With controversial issues, public opinion is an important factor for policy makers. Unfortunately, there is little current data on national public opinion. To determine what data did exist, we conducted literature database searches with Quicksearch©, using "Endangered Species Act".
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is the state government agency created by the General Assembly in to conserve and sustain the state’s fish and wildlife resources through research, scientific management, wise use, and public input.
The Commission is the regulatory agency responsible for the enforcement of N.C. fishing, hunting, trapping and .Wildlife Species. Watchable Wildlife. Habitat Management. Wildlife-Related Diseases.
Wildlife Action Plan. Endangered and Threatened. Nuisance Wildlife. Wildlife Diversity Planning and Grants. Pennsylvania Wildlife Action Plan. Pennsylvania Residents' Opinions on and Attitudes Toward Nongame Wildlife - revised (PDF).Sustainable wildlife management (SWM) is the sound management of wildlife species to sustain their populations and habitat over time, taking into account the socioeconomic needs of human populations.
This requires that all land-users within the wildlife habitat are aware of and consider the effects of their activities on the wildlifeFile Size: KB.