Wildlife and Natural Resource Management

Wildlife and Natural Resource Management

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Take an in-depth look at the very complex world of wildlife, fisheries, and natural resource management with the latest edition of this popular textbook. Designed to reflect the common curricula of high-school level courses in Natural and Environmental Sciences, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management, 3rd Edition, provides students with content that is both engaging and easy to understand. The booka€™s comprehensive coverage includes the history of wildlife conservation in America, the history of modern wildlife and fisheries management, the various federal and state agencies responsible for wildlife and fisheries management, the financing of wildlife conservation in America, and the numerous private conservation organizations that currently exist. It also examines important current issues, such as fossil fuels and their role in our society today, and endangered species and the laws that protect them. Packed with valuable learning aids like end-of-chapter student activities, a glossary of key terms, and appendices of additional information, this is an indispensable resource that will instill a deeper understanding of the issues that surround the conservation and preservation of our natural environment. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. ... Our conservation efforts directed at have been weak at best. The Arab oil ... Ninety-seven percent of the Eartha#39;s water is , found in the oceans and seas of the world. Only about 3 ... Answer. 1. What are natural resources? 2. Why must we conserve natural resources? 3. What is the Soil Conservation Service? Why was it ... or in part. Due to electronic rights, some third party content may be suppressed from the eBook and/or eChapter(s).

Title:Wildlife and Natural Resource Management
Author:Kevin Deal
Publisher:Cengage Learning - 2010-01-01


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