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Title Large mammal restoration : ecological and sociological challenges in the 21st century / edited by David S. Maehr, Reed F. Noss, Jeffery L. Larkin
Published Washington, DC : Island Press, [2001]


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Contents Is the return of the wolf, wolverine, and Grizzly Bear to Oregon and California biologically feasible? / Carlos Carroll [and others] -- Feasibility of Timber Wolf reintroduction in Adirondack Park / Paul C. Paquet [and others] -- Rewilding the Sky Islands region of the Southwest / Barbary L. Dugelby [and others] -- Using public surveys and GIS to determine the feasibility of restoring elk to Virginia / Julie A. McClafferty and James A. Parkhurst -- Returning elk to Appalachia: foiling Murphy's Law / Jeffery L. Larkin [and others] -- Case 1. Restoration of White-Tailed Deer in Kentucky: from absence to overabundance / Jonathan W. Gassett -- Outcomes of hard and soft releases of reintroduced wolves in central Idaho and the greater Yellowstone area / Steven H. Fritts [and others] -- Health aspects of large mammal restoration / Joseph K. Gaydos and Joseph L. Corn -- Case 2. Health aspects of Gray Wolf restoration / Mark R. Johnson -- Restoring the Mexican Gray Wolf to the desert Southwest / Wendy M. Brown and David R. Parsons -- Translocation of Plains Bison to Wood Buffalo National Park: economic and conservation implications / Ludwig N. Carbyn and David Watson -- Restoration of Grizzly Bears to the Bitterroot Wilderness: the EIS approach / Johnna Roy [and others] -- Case 3. The paradigm of Grizzly Bear restoration in North America / Charles C. Schwartz -- Mountain Sheep restoration through private/public partnership / Paul R. Krausman [and others] -- Black Bear at the border: natural recolonization of the trans-Pecos / David P. Onorato and Eric C. Hellgren -- Restoring a large-carnivore corridor in Banff National Park / Danah L. Duke [and others] -- Tiger restoration in Asia: ecological theory vs. sociological reality / Ronald Tilson [and others] -- The Florida panther: a flagship for regional restoration / David S. Maehr, Thomas S. Hoctor, and Larry D. Harris -- Case 4. Can manatee numbers continue to grow in a fast-developing state? / Bruce B. Ackerman and James A. Powell -- The biotic province: minimum unit for conserving biodiversity / Larry D. Harris [and others]
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed April 2, 2015)
Subject Mammals -- Reintroduction -- United States
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Real Estate -- General.
United States
Form Electronic book
Author Maehr, David S., 1955-2008, editor.
Noss, Reed F., editor.
Larkin, Jeffery L., editor.
ISBN 9781597262750