Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society

1995, Volume 31

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2Changing Roles for Wildlife Professionals - Where We've Been and Where We're HeadedHal Salwasser1 - 6
3Use of GIS in Determining Development Effects on Wildlife in Oak WoodlandsWilliam Tietje, Walter Bremer, Timothy Craig, Charmaine M. Gallagher7 - 11
4Developing Wildlife Management Objectives Having a Sound Ecological Basis: A Case StudyDon C. DeLong, Jr.12 - 18
5Past Climates, Forests, and Disturbaces of the Sierra Nevada, California: Understanding the Past to Manage For the FutureWilliam F. Laudenslayer, Carl N. Skinner19 - 26
6A Forest Manager's Experience of the Evolution and Role of Fire in Widllife Management in the Mixed-Conifer Forests of the Central Sierra NevadaJohn R. Mount27 - 28
7Introduction of Non-Native Red Foxes in California: Implications for the Sierra Nevada Red FoxJeffrey C. Lewis, Richard T. Golightly, Ronald M. Jurek29 - 32
8Waterfowl Blinds in the San Joaquin Valley: Death Traps for Endangered SpeciesDavid J. Germano33 - 35
9Sex Ratios of Fledgling and Recaptured Subadult Spotted Owls in the Southern Sierra NevadaGeorge N. Steger36 - 39
10Characteristics of Kanagroo Rat Burrows in Fallow Fields of the Southern San Joaquin ValleyDavid J. Germano, Westley M. Rhodehamel40 - 44
12Morphological Differences Between Two White-Footed Mice, Peromyscus boylii and Peromyscus californicus, in Oak Woodlands of Fresno County, CaliforniaRoberta J. Fargo, William F. Laudenslayer58 - 62

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