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Submissions from 2018

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Hallmarks of Science Missing from North American Wildlife Management, Kyle A. Artelle, John D. Reynolds, Adrian Treves, Jessica C. Walsh, Paul C. Paquet, and Chris T. Darimont

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Working Constructively Toward an Improved North American Approach to Wildlife Management, Kyle A. Artelle, John D. Reynolds, Adrian Treves, Jessica C. Walsh, Paul C. Paquet, and Chris T. Darimont

Submissions from 2013

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Confronting Uncertainty in Wildlife Management: Performance of Grizzly Bear Management, Kyle A. Artelle, Sean C. Anderson, Andrew B. Cooper, Paul C. Paquet, John D. Reynolds, and Chris T. Darimont

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A Framework to Evaluate Wildlife Feeding in Research, Wildlife Management, Tourism and Recreation, Sara Dubois and David Fraser

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Local Attitudes towards Bear Management after Illegal Feeding and Problem Bear Activity, Sara Dubois and David Fraser

Submissions from 2012

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Influence of Landscape and Social Interactions on Transmission of Disease in a Social Cervid, Eric Vander Wal, Paul C. Paquet, and José A. Andrés

Submissions from 2011

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Integrating Values and Ethics into Wildlife Policy and Management—Lessons from North America, Camilla H. Fox and Marc Bekoff

Submissions from 1985

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Piggery Perspectives on Wildlife Management and Research, David Fraser

Submissions from 1983

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The North American Black Duck (Anas rubripes): A Case Study of 28 Years of Failure in American Wildlife Management, John W. Grandy

Submissions from 1982

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Estimation of Harvest Rate of Black Bears from Age and Sex Data, David Fraser, James F. Gardner, George B. Kolenosky, and Stewart Strathearn

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Ethical Issues and Future Directions in Wildlife Management, John W. Grandy

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Striving for Common Ground: Humane and Scientific Considerations in Contemporary Wildlife Management, Stephen R. Kellert

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Bureaucracy and Wildlife: A Historical Overview, Edward E. Langenau

Submissions from 1981

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Estimation of Harvest Rate and Vulnerability from Age and Sex Data, J. E. Pahoheimo and David Fraser