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1983

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Table of Contents, William F. Andelt

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Rodent Management on the Northern High Plains, Ardell J. Bjugstad

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Fencing For Deer Control, William R. Bonwell

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Urban/Suburban Squirrel Control in Private Residences, Donald J. Franke

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Occurrence and Behavior of Wild Dogs in Newly Established Agricultural Areas, Philip S. Gipson

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A Decade of USDA-ARS Predator Research, 1972-1982, Jeffrey S. Green

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Wildlife Damage Control Problems and Concerns of State Wildlife Agencies, F. Robert Henderson

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Rodent-Agriculture Interactions in No-Tillage Crop Fields, Kent E. Holm, Ron J. Johnson, and Walter W. Stroup

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Some International Approaches to Rat Control, Walter E. Howard

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Removing Rattlesnakes From Human Dwellings Using Glue Boards, James E. Knight

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The Use of Ultralight Aircraft For Aerial Control of Coyotes, James E. Knight

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Keeping Squirrels and Roof Rats Out of Structures, Jonathan W. Linn

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Rancher Use of Compound 1080 Toxic Collars in New Mexico, Gary A. Littauer

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Population Reduction of Richardson's Ground Squirrels Using a Brodifacoum Bait, George H. Matschke, Steve F. Baril, and Raymond W. Blaskiewicz

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Guardian Dog Research in the U.S., John C. McGrew

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Current Events in Extension Wildlife Damage Control in the United States, James E. Miller

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Sixth Eastern Wildlife Damage Management Conference Summary and What Lies Ahead, James E. Miller

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The Microcomputer and Kansas Wildlife Damage Reports, Martin Ottenheimer

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Keynote Address, Robert J. Pool

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The Wildlife Society's Committee on Wildlife Damage Control, Terrell P. Salmon

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Workshop-Discussion Session, Joesph M. Schaefer

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The Viability of Rabies in Carrion, Joseph M. Schaefer

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Reducing Goat Losses to Predators: Past Vs. Present Producers in Texas, Jerry H. Scrivner

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Efficacy Evaluations of Ultrasonic Rodent Repellent Devices, Stephen A. Shumake

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Use of Aluminum Phosphide Fumigants For Burrowing Rodent Control, Carl Snider

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Welcome, Fred D. Sobering

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An Evaluation of Burrow Destruction As a Ground Squirrel Control Method, Dennis C. Stroud

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Rodent Populations and Crop Damage in Minimum Tillage Corn Fields, Richard E. Young and William R. Clark

1981

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Commercial Exhibitors & Workshop Participants -- Fifth Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop

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Fifth Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop: Proceedings -- Frontmatter and Contents

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Poster Session Abstracts

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Research Needs

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Efficacy and Costs of Four Rodenticides for Controlling Columbian Ground Squirrels in Western Montana, Steven W. Albert and C. Raymond Record

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Criteria for Pesticide Registration, John R. Beck and William B. Jackson

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Repellents For Deer and Rabbits, Edward K. Boggess

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Urban Vertebrate Pest Management: A Practical Approach, Patricia A. Chamberlain, Milton Caroline, and William A. Wright

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Coyote Control Research, Guy Connolly

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Status of the Environmental Protection Agency's Review of Rodenticides, William C. Dickinson

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Public Relations and Successful Blackbird Roost Management, Sally S. Erdman

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A Review of Prairie Dog Diet and Its Variability Among Animals And Colonies, Kathleen A. Fagerstone

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Outwitting the House Sparrow [Passer domesticus (Linnaeus)], William D. Fitzwater

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Prairie Dog Dispersal in Wind Cave National Park: Possibilities For Control, Monte G. Garrett and William L. Franklin

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Animal Damage Control - Now And In The Future, James F. Gillett

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Bison Depredation on Grain Fields In Interior Alaska, Philip S. Gipson and Jay D. McKendrick

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Use Of Starlicide To Reduce Starling Damage At Livestock Feeding Operations, James F. Glahn

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IPM - An Overview, R.E. Gold

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PANEL DISCUSSION: INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT—A VIABLE APPROACH TO WILDLIFE DAMAGE CONTROL?, Roger E. Gold Moderator

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Bird-Vectored Diseases, P.M. Gough and J.W. Beyer

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Reducing Coyote Damage To Sheep With Non-Lethal Techniques, Jeffrey S. Green

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Controlling Problem Pocket Gophers And Moles, F. Robert Henderson

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Tranquilizer Use In Wildlife Damage Control, Jerry Hoilien and David Oates

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Prairie Dogs And Their Influence On Rangeland And Livestock, Robert M. Hyde

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Nebraska's Animal Damage Control Program, Robert P. Kelly

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The Potential Dollar Value of Tree Loss in Orchards, George W. J. Laidlaw

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Formula To Build A Better "Rat Trap" Rodenticide, George W.J. Laidlaw

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USDA And Animal Damage Control, James O. Lee Jr.

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Pyrotechnics For Bird Control, Geral L. Long

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Opening Comments And Extension's Role in Nebraska, Leo E. Lucas

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A Common Sense Approach To Commensal Rodent Control, Edward F. Marshall

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Future Of Pesticides In Vertebrate Pest Control, Rex E. Marsh

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The Unrealistic IPM Parameters Of Vertebrate Pest Control, Rex E. Marsh

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Welcome, Martin A. Massengale

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Keynote Address - Wildlife Damage Control And The Cooperative Extension Services, James E. Miller

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L:egal Problems Of Bird Damage Control - Protected Species And Practical Solutions, Ronald D. Ogden

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Computers and Vertebrate Pest Control, Terrell P. Salmon, Dennis C. Stroud, and Aileen Kennedy

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Management of Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs On The National Grasslands, Greg L. Schenbeck

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PANEL DISCUSSION: ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF PRAIRIE DOGS, James E. Stubbendieck , Moderator

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A Vertebrate IPM Project In Nebraska, Robert M. Timm

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Fifth Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop, Robert M. Timm and Ron J. Johnson

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Prairie Dog Density And Cattle Grazing Relationships, Daniel W. Uresk, James G. MacCracken, and Ardell J. Bjugstad

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Coyote Management: A Rationale For Population Reduction, Dale A. Wade

1979

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Predation of Upland Game and Its Management

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Table of Contents

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Program Planning for Extension Wildlife Damage Control: Rodents, Edward K. Boggess

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Ground Squirrels in the Great Plains, Bennett A. Brown

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IMPACT OF PLAINS POCKET GOPHERS ON FORAGE PRODUCTION, Ronald M. Case, James L. Stubbendieck, and Dale G. Luce

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Using Extension Methodology in Prairie Dog Management, Lloyd K. Cheatheam

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The Challenge of Cost-Benefit Determinations in Bird Damage Control Programs, Richard A. Dolbeer

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Predation on nesting waterfowl in the glaciated Prairie Pothole Region, Raymond Greenwood

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How To Evaluate Wildlife Damage Control Programs, Orvis Gustad

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New Approaches to Alleviating Migratory Bird Damage, Orvis C. Gustad

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The Status of Prairie Dogs in the Great Plains, F. Robert Henderson

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How Wildlife Damge Control Personnel Can Cope With The Gas Shortage and Reduced Budgets, Yet Still Meet the Needs of the Public, Volney W. Howard Jr.

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Political and Sociological Aspects of Wildlife Damage Control, Walter E. Howard

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New Developments in Rodenticides, William B. Jackson

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Program Planning for Extension Wildlife Damge Control - Bird Damage, Ron J. Johnson

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Use of Starlicide in Pigeon Control, Lester B. Kreps

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Update of Federally Registered Vertebrate Pesticides, Raymond W. Matheny

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Federally Registered Pesticides for Vertebrate Control , R.W. Matheny

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Control of Urban Blackbird and Starling Roosts, Ron Ogden

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Rangeland Management Problems Associated with Wildlife from a Rangeman's Viewpoint, Paul D. Ohlenbusch

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A Discussion of the Renewable Resources Extension Programf, Merrill L. Petoskey

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Problems Registering Certain Rodenticides, Kenneth Seyler

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Extension Education Within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Dan Stiles

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How To Evaluate Wildlife Damage Control Programs - Rodents, Robert M. Timm

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Extension Program Planning for Predator Damage Control, Dale A. Wade

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Vertebrate Animal Damage Control: Summary of Panel Discussion and Committee Review, Dale A. Wade

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Research and Teaching Needs in Wildlife Damage Control and Prevention, W. Alan Wentz

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Solving Urban Problems Associated With Small Animals, Sharon Whitten

1977

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A Matter of Understanding: An Environmental Protection Agency Film