A companion volume to Wildlife Habitat Management of Wetlands, this book brings together an extensive compilation of tried-and-proven manipulation techniques for enhancing the biodiversity of upland habitat for edge and interior game and nongame wildlife. The authors explore the full range of
structural and nonstructural methods for natural and cultural habitat improvements. Wildlife managers and students will find clear, detailed guidance on how to reduce impact and alter plant succession for biodiversity by both direct and indirect methods. In-depth coverage is also included on such key topics as guilds, minimum viable populations, edge versus interior wildlife, size of reserves, succession, and much more. An ideal text for wildlife habitat management courses. With 1500
references, it is also an excellent reference book and guide for practicing wildlife managers. Original Title: TECHNIQUES FOR WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT OF UPLANDS.
A companion volume to Wildlife Habitat Management of Forestlands, Rangelands, and Farmlands, this professional guide describes direct habitat management techniques for a wide variety of North American game and nongame species. Written in a practical, hands-on style and offering tried-and-proven methods for improving,
preserving, and developing wetlands with optimum results, the author shows exactly how to implement the full range of manipulation techniques. The book is aided by hundreds of drawings, charts, and tables that clearly illustrate key concepts. In addition, a valuable appendix containing a review of the various wetland classification systems is included and more than 700 references are cited. This comprehensive sourcebook provides all the tools needed to give wildlife managers and students a
practical understanding of wildlife management principles and practices. Original Title: TECHNIQUES FOR WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT OF WETLANDS.