Introduction to Wildlife Managementis written for beginning and advanced wildlife students, and as a reference for professionals who want to brush up on the basics of their profession. Unlike other texts that try to cover wildlife ecology and management in their entirety, Krausman assumes students have a background in ecology and focuses on wildlife management. This text is not written to serve as the only source of information for this field of study, but was designed to provide a solid foundation in the basic concepts used to manage wildlife and to provide a solid reference source for additional reading. Krausman's clean, clear, accessible writing style effectively conveys the core underpins of the profession of wildlife management, while allowing instructors maximum flexibility in teaching the course.Krausman, Paul R. is the author of 'Introduction to Wildlife Management The Basics', published 2001 under ISBN 9780132808507 and ISBN 0132808501.
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