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Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations / Joshua J. Millspaugh, Paul L. Angermeier, David S. Jachowski, Rob Slotow.

Publication:
Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, [2016]
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De Gruyter University Press Library.
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Subjects:
Fishes -- Reintroduction.
Wildlife reintroduction.
Language:
In English.
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Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
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Summary:
Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations provides a practical step-by-step guide to successfully planning, implementing, and evaluating the reestablishment of animal populations in former habitats or their introduction in new environments. In each chapter, experts in reintroduction biology outline a comprehensive synthesis of core concepts, issues, techniques, and perspectives. This manual and reference supports scientists and managers from fisheries and wildlife professions as they plan reintroductions, initiate releases of individuals, and manage restored populations over time. Covering a broad range of taxonomic groups, ecosystems, and global regions, this edited volume is an essential guide for academics, students, and professionals in natural resource management.
Contents:
Frontmatter
Contents
Contributors
Foreword / Berger, Joel
1. Animal Reintroduction in the Anthropocene / Jachowski, David S. / Slotow, Rob / Angermeier, Paul L. / Millspaugh, Joshua J.
Part 1. What Are Reintroductions and When Are They Appropriate?
2. Reintroduction and Other Conservation Translocations: History And Future Developments / Seddon, Philip J. / Armstrong, Doug P.
3. A Conservation Paleobiology Perspective on Reintroduction: Concepts, variables, and disciplinary integration / Lyman, R. Lee
Part 2. Setting Goals
4. Human Dimensions Insights For Reintroductions Of Fish And Wildlife Populations / Riley, Shawn J. / SandstroĢˆm, Camilla
5. The Reintroduction Landscape: Finding Success At The Intersection Of Ecological, Social, And Institutional Dimensions / Dunham, Jason B. / White, Rollie / Allen, Chris S. / Marcot, Bruce G. / Shively, Dan
6. Setting Objectives and Defining the Success of Reintroductions / Chauvenet, Alienor L. M. / Canessa, Stefano / Ewen, John G.
7. Demographic Modeling for Reintroduction Decision-Making / Converse, Sarah J. / Armstrong, Doug P.
Part 3. Obstacles to Successful Reintroductions
8. Genetic Issues in Reintroduction / Biebach, Iris / Leigh, Deborah M. / Sluzek, Kasia / Keller, Lukas F.
9. Accounting for Potential Physiological, Behavioral, and Community-Level Responses to Reintroduction / Jachowski, David S. / Bremner-Harrison, Samantha / Steen, David A. / Aarestrup, Kim
10. Why You Cannot Ignore Disease When You Reintroduce Animals / Muths, Erin / McCallum, Hamish
11. Release Considerations and Techniques to Improve Conservation Translocation Success / Moehrenschlager, Axel / Lloyd, Natasha A.
Part 4. Managing Reintroduced Populations
12. Effective and Purposeful Monitoring of Species Reintroductions / Gitzen, Robert A. / Keller, Barbara J. / Miller, Melissa A. / Goetz, Scott M. / Steen, David A. / Jachowski, David S. / Godwin, James C. / Millspaugh, Joshua J.
13. Management of Reintroduced Wildlife Populations / Hayward, Matt W. / Slotow, Rob
14. Outreach and Environmental Education for Reintroduction Programs / George, Anna L. / Sandhaus, Estelle A.
15. The Future of Animal Reintroduction / Jachowski, David S. / Slotow, Rob / Angermeier, Paul L. / Millspaugh, Joshua J.
Index
Notes:
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed 16. Mai 2019)
Contributor:
Angermeier, Paul L., editor.
Jachowski, David S., editor.
Millspaugh, Joshua J., editor.
Slotow, Rob, editor.
De Gruyter.
ISBN:
9780520960381
OCLC:
954203904
Publisher Number:
10.1525/9780520960381 doi
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.