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Abstract Many fish and wildlife management agencies rely, at least in part, on revenues derived from the sales of fishing and hunting licenses. Changes in the numbers of licenses sold can have a substantial impact on revenue and, consequently, on an agency's ability to manage resources. We find...
Abstract The paper describes a human dimensions framework (HDF) for application in wildlife and forest planning. The HDF is delivered via the world wide web and retrieves data on‐line from the Social, Economic, Environmental, Leisure, and Attitudes (SEELA) database. The proposed HDF is guided by...
Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine participation patterns of two different segments of the wildlife watching population: casual wildlife watchers and serious birders. We used Texas Conservation Passport holders and members of the American Birding Association to represent the views...
Abstract This paper describes National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) visitors’ evaluations of the entrance fees paid relative to the NWR visited, the characteristics of their visits, the sociodemographic characteristics of visitors, and their beliefs about fees and the fee demonstration program. Data...
The first and last works of the late Paul Shepard Conflict in endangered species policy: Averting extinction: Reconstructing endangered species recovery
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