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|All Authors / Contributors:||
D W Sparling
|Description:||xxvi, 346 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Basics of natural resources. Differing perspectives on natural resource policy --
History of wildlife and natural resource conservation --
Environmental law. Historical perspectives on the "ownership" of wildlife --
A closer look at key environmental laws --
The bureaucracy of natural resources. Federal administration in Canada --
US Department of the Interior --
US Department of Agriculture --
Natural resource management at the state and provincial levels --
Non-governmental agencies, people, and money. A selected list of non-governmental organizations (NGO's) --
Stakeholders, clients, and cooperators: Who are they? --
The need for a good public relations department --
The bottom line- funding, budgeting, and planning --
|Responsibility:||Donald W. Sparling.|
"...extremely well written and organized...a useful resource for those initiating a career in a wildlife-related field within academia, consulting, or government organizations."--Journal of Wildlife
- Natural resources -- United States -- Management.
- Natural resources -- Canada -- Management.
- Natural resources -- Law and legislation -- United States.
- Natural resources -- Law and legislation -- Canada.
- Natural resources -- Law and legislation.
- Natural resources -- Management.
- United States.