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Scientifically exhaustive, exquisitely illustrated, an incomparable addition to your personal and professional libraries... The distillation of more than 1,600 scientific papers and reports garnered from sources around the world, this awesome compendium summarizes virtually all that is currently known about North American waterfowl—their feeding ecology, mortality, courtship, reproduction, and much more. At the same time, the authors never lose sight of crucial issues surrounding waterfowl management, both from the standpoints of habitat and official policy. Featuring more than 100 photographs as well as artist D. Andrew Saunders’s elegant illustrations, Waterfowl Ecology and Management is an attractive and important new work.
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About the authors Guy A. Baldassarre, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental and Forest Biology at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry of the State University of New York, Syracuse. Dr. Baldassarre received his doctorate in wildlife ecology and management from Texas Tech University. Prior to joining the teaching staff of the College of Environmental Science and Forestry, he was Assistant Professor at Auburn University, from 1982 to 1987. He has been a member of the Wildlife Society since 1973, and he is a member of the Wilson Ornithological Society, the Cooper Ornithological Society, and the American Ornithologists Union. Professor Baldassarre has studied and written on the waterfowl and wetlands of coastal Louisiana, the playa lakes of Texas, Wisconsin, Alabama, New York, and Manitoba. Since 1986 he has been actively involved in conservation efforts and research on the neotropical wetlands in Mexico, especially aspects related to waterfowl and Caribbean flamingos. Eric G. Bolen, PhD, is Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Biology at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Professor Bolen received his doctorate in wildlife ecology from Utah State University in 1967. Prior to coming to the University of North Carolina, he was Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Wildlife Ecology at Texas Tech University from 1982 to 1988, Associate Dean of the Graduate School of Texas Tech University from 1978 to 1988, and Assistant Director of the Welder Wildlife Foundation from 1973 to 1978. Professor Bolen is listed in the National Leaders of America, Conservation, has been a member of the Wildlife Society since 1959 and is a life member of the Wilson Ornithological Society, the Cooper Ornithological Society, and the American Ornithologists’ Union. He has served as editor of the Wildlife Society Bulletin, and is currently on the editorial board of Conservation Biology. His other books include, Mississippi Kite: Portrait of a Southern Hawk and Wildlife Ecology and Management.From the Inside Flap:
"This remarkably lucid textbook is a tribute to the authors organizational and writing skills. Guy Baldassarre and Eric Bolen make complex findings understandable, a difficult task given the avalanche of research papers that have emanated from university research centers, biological stations, and conservation agencies over the last three decades." from the Foreword by Professor Frank C. Bellrose "We used Waterfowl Ecology and Management in a graduate waterfowl ecology class at the University of Maine. The text covers a wide variety of topics in depth and is timely. I recommend it highly." Prof. Ray B. Owen, Jr. University of Maine This extremely well–written, exquisitely illustrated book offers students and professional conservationists alike the first exhaustive treatment of contemporary waterfowl ecology and management. Its comprehensive treatment reflects the collaborative effort of two of North America s most active waterfowl researchers and educators, Guy Baldassarre and Eric G. Bolen. Unlike books that deal largely with aspects of the natural history of waterfowl, this unique text provides a unified treatment of all essential aspects of waterfowl ecology coupled with a critical investigation of the general principles of waterfowl habitats and their direct and indirect management. The distillation of more than 1,600 scientific papers and reports garnered from sources around the world, as well as the authors original research, this compendium summarizes virtually all that is currently known about North American waterfowl feeding ecology, mortality, courtship, reproduction, and much more. Just as importantly, the authors never lose sight of crucial issues surrounding waterfowl management, both from the standpoints of habitat and official policy. Coming at what may be the most critical time in history for waterfowl, this important text is an invaluable reference for students, practicing conservationists, environmentalists, government policy makers, and all those concerned with the future of this group of wildlife and their habitats. Featuring more than 100 beautiful photographs and the elegant drawings of artist D. Andrew Saunders, Waterfowl Ecology and Management is as esthetically enriching as it is scientifically rigorous.
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Book Description Wiley, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110471597708
Book Description Wiley, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0471597708
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # S-0471597708