Management of Harvested Wildlife Populations

This module’s goal is to introduce and evaluate a variety of common strategies for harvesting wild populations. The module includes reasons for harvesting, theoretical foundations for maximum sustainable yield and harvest strategies, age- and sex-biased harvests, and effects of harvesting on target and non-target wildlife. The module contains two case studies and a spreadsheet-based exercise suitable for either demonstration or laboratory use. The module also contains references to supplementary material that is freely available on the web.

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Management of Harvested Wildlife Populations (Ukrainian)

See also:
Monitoring for Adaptive Management in Conservation Biology
Parrot Conservation in the Neotropics

Theme: Conservation Management

Language: English

Region: Global

Keywords: management, population dynamics, sustainable, modeling, data analysis

Components: 5

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Synthesis: Management of Harvested Wildlife Populations

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Exercise: Management of Harvested Wildlife Populations

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