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Abstract Contraception has been advocated increasingly by residents of urban and suburban areas as an appropriate technique for managing local deer herds. Although knowledge about the technical aspects of contraception is increasing among professionals, little study of citizens’ attitudes toward...
Abstract This study was designed to determine whether other fishing‐related recreation opportunities could be introduced that would add to anglers’ possible trip satisfaction and possibly overcome their trip satisfaction lost from having a reduced catch rate. A sample of 1,500 anglers was...
Abstract This research applies the multiple satisfactions concept in segmenting hunters to gain a better understanding of the relationship between harvest success (harvesting a doe or a buck) and satisfaction. South Dakota Black Hills deer hunters were segmented into seven types (nature, social,...
Recent advances in methodology Handbook of Applied Social Research Methods. Edited by Leonard Bickman and Debra J. Rog (Eds.), Sage Publications, 1998. Geography and the human dimensions of wildlife Animal Geographies: Place, Politics, and Identity in the Nature‐Culture Borderlands. Jennifer...
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