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White-tailed deer : ecology and management

Author: Lowell K Halls
Publisher: Harrisburg, PA : Stackpole Books, ©1984.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Information on white-tail deer population in 21 regions worldwide, covering: ecology, population, and management needs and opportunities.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lowell K Halls
ISBN: 0811704866 9780811704861
OCLC Number: 10725162
Notes: "A Wildlife Management Institute book."
Description: xxiii, 870 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
Contents: Whitetail biology and ecology --
Whitetail population management --
Whitetail populations and habitats --
Whitetail research and management practices --
Whitetail benefits --
Whitetail management needs and opportunities.
Responsibility: compiled and edited by Lowell K. Halls ; illustrated by Cindy House.


Information on white-tail deer population in 21 regions worldwide, covering: ecology, population, and management needs and opportunities.

Table of Contents:

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Foreword v Preface vi Acknowledgments vii List of Tables xvi List of Figures xx Section I. WHITETAIL BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY Chapter 1. Origin, Classification and Distribution 1 Rollin H. Baker Chapter 2. Of Slings and Arrows: An Historical Retrospection 19 Richard E. McCabe and Thomas R. McCabe Chapter 3. Physical Characteristics 73 Peggy R. Sauer Chapter 4. Physiology and Nutrition 91 Louis J. Verme and Duane E. Ullrey Chapter 5. Population Genetics 119 Michael H. Smith, Hilburn O. Hillestad Ramone Baccus and Michael N. Manlove Chapter 6. Behavior 129 R. Larry Marchinton and David H. Hirth Chapter 7. Population Influences 169 George H. Matschke, Kathleen A. Fagerstone, Frank A. Hayes, Warrne Parker, Daniel O. Trainer, Richard F. Harlow and Victor F. Nettles Chapter 8. Predators and Predation 189 L.David Mech Section II. WHITETAIL POPULATION MANAGEMENT Chapter 9. Population Dynamics and Analysis 203 Don H. Hayne Chapter 10. Lessons from the George Reserve, Michigan 211 Dale E. McCullough Chapter 11. Harvest Management: The Wisconsin Experience 243 William A. Creed, Frank Haberland, Bruce E. Kohn and Keith R. Mc Caffery Chapter 12. Lessons from the Llano Basin, Texas 261 James G. Teer Section III. WHITETAIL POPULATIONS AND HABITATS Chapter 13. Southeastern Canada 293 Jean Huot, Francois Potvin and Michel Belanger Chapter 14. Eastern Hardwood and Spruce/Fir Forests 305 George F. Mattfeld Chapter 15. Appalachian Moutains 331 Paul A. Shrauder Chapter 16. Eastern Mixed Forest 345 Harold L. Barber Chapter 17. Piedmont Plateau 355 Richard W. Whittington Chapter 18. Coastal Plain 367 John D. Newsom Chapter 19. Flordia Keys 381 James W. Hardin, Willard D. Kilmstra and Nova J. Silvy Chapter 20. Northern Great Lakes States and Ontario Forests 391 Ralph I. Blouch Chapter 21. Midwest Oak/Hickory Forest 411 Oliver Torgerson and Wayne R. Porath Chapter 22. Midwest Agricultural Region 427 H. Lee Gladfelter Chapter 23. Northern Plains 441 Lyle E. Petersen Chapter 24. Central and Southern Plains 449 Karl E. Menzel Chapter 25. Texas 457 Robert L. Cook Chapter 26. Western Canada 475 William D. Wishart Chapter 27. Pacific Northwest 487 Thomas A. Gavin Chapter 28. Northern Rocky Mountains 497 James M. Peek Chapter 29. Southern Rocky Mountains 505 Wain Evans Chapter 30. Mexico and Central America 513 Eustorgio Mendez Chapter 31. South America 525 Peter A. Brokx Chapter 32. New Zealand 547 Lynn H. Harris Chapter 33. Central Europe 557 Dusan Bojovic and Lowell K. Halls Chapter 34. 561 Karrlo F. A. Hygren Section IV. WHITETAIL RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES Chapter 35. Basis and Role of Management 571 Robert L. Smith and Joe L. Coggin Chapter 36. Habitat Evaluation 601 Richard F. Harlow Chapter 37. Habitat Management 629 Hewlette S. Crawford Chapter 38. Crop Damage and Control 647 George H. Matschke, David S. deCalesta and John D. Harder Chapter 39. Capture Techniques 655 Orrin J. Rongstad and Robert A. McCabe Chapter 40. Immobilization Methods 677 Patrick F. Scanlon and Peggy Brunjak Chapter 41. Care of Captive Whitetails 687 Roy L. Kirkpatrick and Patrick F. Scanlon Section V. WHITETAIL BENEFITS Chapter 42. Values in Management 699 Edward E. Langenau, Jr., Stephen R. Kellert and James E. Applegate Chapter 43. Photographing the Whitetail 721 Glenn D. Chambers and Leonard Lee Rue III Chapter 44. Hunting the Whitetail 739 John J. Stransky Section VI. WHITETAIL MANAGEMENT NEEDS AND OPPORTUNITIES Chapter 45. Research Problems and Needs 783 Lowell K. Halls Chapter 46. Outlook for the Future 791 E.L. Cheatum Appendix A. Alphabetical List of Plants Cited in the Text 795 Appendix B. Aplhabetical List of Animals Cited in the Text 799 References Cited 801 Index 859


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