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Recovery of gray wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United States : an endangered species success story

Author: Adrian P Wydeven; Timothy R van Deelen; Edward J Heske
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2009.
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The western Great Lakes region of the United States is the only portion of the lower 48 states where wolves were never completely extirpated. This region contains the areas where many of the first modern concepts of wolf conservation and research were developed, and where many early proponents of wolf conservation such as Aldo Leopold, Sigurd Olson, and Durward Allen lived and worked. The Great Lakes region also is  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adrian P Wydeven; Timothy R van Deelen; Edward J Heske
ISBN: 9780387859514 0387859519
OCLC Number: 308158198
Description: xxi, 350 pages, [5] pages of plates : illustrations, maps (some color), charts ; 25 cm
Contents: Early wolf research and conservation in the Great Lakes region / Curt Meine --
Long-term research on wolves in the Superior National Forest / L. David Mech --
Wolf and moose dynamics on Isle Royale / John A. Vucetich, Rolf O. Peterson --
An overview of the legal history and population status of wolves in Minnesota / John Erb, Michael W. DonCarlos --
Wolf population changes in Michigan / Dean E. Beyer Jr. [and others] --
History, population growth, and management of wolves in Wisconsin / Adrian P. Wydeven [and others] --
A disjunct gray wolf population in central Wisconsin / Richard P. Thiel [and others] --
Change in occupied wolf habitat in the northern Great Lakes region / David J. Mladenoff [and others] --
Growth characteristics of a recovering wolf population in the Great Lakes region / Timothy R. Van Deelen --
Prey of wolves in the Great Lakes region / Glenn D. DelGiudice [and others] --
Factors influencing homesite selection by gray wolves in northwestern Wisconsin and east-central Minnesota / David E. Unger [and others] --
Dispersal of gray wolves in the Great Lakes region / Adrian Treves [and others] --
Are wolf-mediated trophic cascades boosting biodiversity in the Great Lakes region? / Thomas P. Rooney, Dean P. Anderson --
Wolves, roads, and highway development / Bruce E. Kohn, Eric M. Anderson, Richard P. Thiel --
Taxonomy, morphology, and genetics of wolves in the Great Lakes region / Ronald M. Nowak. Human dimensions : public opinion research concerning wolves in the Great Lakes states of Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin / Kevin Schanning --
Ma'iingan and the Ojibwe / Peter David --
Wolf-human conflicts and management in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan / David B. Ruid [and others] --
Education and outreach efforts in support of wolf conservation in the Great Lakes region / Pamela S. Troxell [and others] --
The role of the Endangered Species Act in Midwest wolf recovery / Ronald L. Refsnider --
Wolf recovery in the Great Lakes region : what have we learned and where will we go now? / Adrian P. Wydeven, Timothy R. Van Deelen, Edward J. Heske.
Responsibility: Adrian P. Wydeven, Timothy R. Van Deelen, Edward J. Heske, editors.
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