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The Resource Behavioral approaches to conservation in the wild, edited by Janine R. Clemmons and Richard Buchholz

Behavioral approaches to conservation in the wild, edited by Janine R. Clemmons and Richard Buchholz

Label
Behavioral approaches to conservation in the wild
Title
Behavioral approaches to conservation in the wild
Statement of responsibility
edited by Janine R. Clemmons and Richard Buchholz
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1957-
  • 1964-
  • (1995 :
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  • Clemmons, Janine R.
  • Buchholz, Richard
  • Animal Behavior Society
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  • Wildlife conservation
  • Animal behavior
Label
Behavioral approaches to conservation in the wild, edited by Janine R. Clemmons and Richard Buchholz
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Based on papers from a symposium held at the Animal Behavior Society Annual Meetings in Lincoln, Nebraska, 1995 -- t.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Environmental stress, field endocrinology, and conservation biology
  • John C. Wingfield, Kathleen Hunt, Creagh Breuner, Kent Dunlap, Gene S. Fowler, Leonard Freed, and Jaan Lepson
  • Conservation and the ontogeny of behavior
  • Ian G. McLean
  • Hatching asynchrony in parrots : boon or bane for sustainable use?
  • Scott H. Stoleson and Steven R. Beissinger
  • Behavioral variation : a valuable but neglected biodiversity
  • Richard Buchholz and Janine R. Clemmons
  • Bioacoustics as a tool in conservation studies
  • Luis F. Baptista and Sandra L.L. Gaunt
  • Linking conservation and behavior
  • Mating systems, effective population size, and conservation of natural populations
  • Patricia G. Parker and Thomas A. Waite
  • The importance of social behavior studies for conservation
  • Jan Komdeur and Charlotte Deerenberg
  • Linking environmental toxicology, ethology, and conservation
  • Edmund H. Smith and Dennis T. Logan
  • The problem of photopollution for sea turtles and other nocturnal animals
  • Blair E. Witherington
  • Light, behavior, and conservation of forest-dwelling organisms
  • John A. Endler
  • Janine R. Clemmons and Richard Buchholz
  • On becoming a conservation biologist : autobiography and advice
  • Katherine Ralls
  • Integrating behavior into conservation biology : potentials and limitations
  • Steven R. Beissinger
  • Why hire a behaviorist into a conservation or management team?
  • Peter Arcese, Lukas F. Keller, and John R. Cary
  • Conservation, behavior, and 99% of the world's biodiversity : is our ignorance really bliss?
  • Hugh Dingle, Scott P. Carroll, and Jenella E. Loye
Control code
ocm35043367
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xviii, 382 p.
Isbn
9780521580540
Lccn
96031559
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Behavioral approaches to conservation in the wild, edited by Janine R. Clemmons and Richard Buchholz
Publication
Note
Based on papers from a symposium held at the Animal Behavior Society Annual Meetings in Lincoln, Nebraska, 1995 -- t.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Environmental stress, field endocrinology, and conservation biology
  • John C. Wingfield, Kathleen Hunt, Creagh Breuner, Kent Dunlap, Gene S. Fowler, Leonard Freed, and Jaan Lepson
  • Conservation and the ontogeny of behavior
  • Ian G. McLean
  • Hatching asynchrony in parrots : boon or bane for sustainable use?
  • Scott H. Stoleson and Steven R. Beissinger
  • Behavioral variation : a valuable but neglected biodiversity
  • Richard Buchholz and Janine R. Clemmons
  • Bioacoustics as a tool in conservation studies
  • Luis F. Baptista and Sandra L.L. Gaunt
  • Linking conservation and behavior
  • Mating systems, effective population size, and conservation of natural populations
  • Patricia G. Parker and Thomas A. Waite
  • The importance of social behavior studies for conservation
  • Jan Komdeur and Charlotte Deerenberg
  • Linking environmental toxicology, ethology, and conservation
  • Edmund H. Smith and Dennis T. Logan
  • The problem of photopollution for sea turtles and other nocturnal animals
  • Blair E. Witherington
  • Light, behavior, and conservation of forest-dwelling organisms
  • John A. Endler
  • Janine R. Clemmons and Richard Buchholz
  • On becoming a conservation biologist : autobiography and advice
  • Katherine Ralls
  • Integrating behavior into conservation biology : potentials and limitations
  • Steven R. Beissinger
  • Why hire a behaviorist into a conservation or management team?
  • Peter Arcese, Lukas F. Keller, and John R. Cary
  • Conservation, behavior, and 99% of the world's biodiversity : is our ignorance really bliss?
  • Hugh Dingle, Scott P. Carroll, and Jenella E. Loye
Control code
ocm35043367
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xviii, 382 p.
Isbn
9780521580540
Lccn
96031559
Other physical details
ill.

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