Annual Report 2002 - Cornell University
004 Selected Books by Faculty

06 Daniel J. Decker, Tommy L. Brown, and William F. Siemer,
Natural Resources

Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management in North America (Wildlife Society, 2001). The authors cover the many aspects of human and wildlife coexistence. For example, are deer-car collisions and encounters with black bears and mountain lions human-created risks? The book defines the term, "human dimensions"; discusses citizen participation in issues of species restoration, agricultural and forest land-use, and urban and suburban environments; and gives a history of wildlife management. The book is a textbook for wildlife management, as well as a resource for professionals.

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