Applying the North American model of wildlife conservation to hunting behavior – it's not as simple as it sounds


In North America, wildlife are managed as a public trust resource. This means that wild animals are owned by no single person; rather, they belong to the public and policy is discharged by trust managers (e.g., wildlife... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Lou Cornicelli (Minnesota Department of Natural Resources)

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Topics: Social-ecological systems as a framework for conservation management , Topics: Natural Resource and Conservation Stakeholders: Managing Expectations and Engageme


M-C1 » Hunters, Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Organized Session (16:00 - Monday, 17th September, Großer Saal)

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