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Publications

The following publications were produced all or in-part by the North Central Section.

  • Bookhout, Theodore A., ed. 1979. Waterfowl and Wetlands: an Integrated Review. North Central Section, The Wildlife Society. Proceedings of a symposium held at the 39th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Madison, Wisconsin. 5 December 1977. (7.8Mb)
  • Hale, James B., Louis B. Best, Richard L. Clawson. 1986. Management of Nongame Wildlife in the Midwest: A Developing Art. North Central Section, The Wildlife Society, West Lafayette, Indiana. Proceedings of a Symposium held at the 47th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference Grand Rapids, Michigan, 17 December 1985 (8.0 Mb)
  • Hallett, D. L., W. R. Edwards G. V. Burger, eds. 1988. Pheasants: Symptoms of Wildlife Problems on Agricultural Lands. North Central Section, The Wildlife Society, Bloomington, Indiana. 345pp. Proceedings of a Symposium held at the 49th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference Milwaukee, Wisconsin 8 December 1987 (15.3 Mb)
  • Hine, Ruth L. and Clay Schoenfeld, eds. 1968. Canada Goose Management: Current Continental Problems and Programs. Proceedings of a symposium held at the 29th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, 13 December 1967. (16.7 Mb)
  • Hine, Ruth L., and Susan Nehls. 1980. White-tailed Deer Population Management in the North Central States. North Central Section, The Wildlife Society. Proceedings of a Symposium held at the 41st Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Urbana, Illinois, 10 December 1979. 116 pp. (9.2 Mb)
  • Jahn, Laurence R., Bill T. Crawford, Herbert H. Dill, Arthur S. Hawkins, Edward J. Mikula, andd Harvey K Nelson, eds. 1966. Wood duck management and research: a symposium. Proceedings of a symposium held at the 27th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference in Lancing, Michigan, 2-9 December 1996. Wildlife Management Institute, Washington, D. C. 212pp. (10.1 Mb)
  • McAninch, Jay B., ed. 1995. Urban Deer: A Manageable Resource? Proceedings of a Symposium held at the 55th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, 12-14 December 1993. 175 pp. Symposium Chairpersons: Jay B. McAninch and Lonnie P. Hansen. (11.3 Mb)
  • Peterle, Tony J. 1988. 50th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference Bibliography, 1935-1988. . North Central Section, The Wildlife Society, West Lafayette, Indiana. (7.1 Mb)
  • Peterle, Tony J., ed. 1992. 2020 Vision: Meeting the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Challenges of the 21st Century. North Central Section, The Wildlife Society, West Lafayette, Indiana. Proceedings of a symposium held at the 53rd Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, Iowa. 136 pp. Symposium Chair was David J. Case. (6.7 Mb)
  • Robinson, William L. 1984. Ruffed Grouse Management: State of the art in the early 1980’s. North Central Section, The Wildlife Society, West Lafayette, Indiana. 181 pp. Proceedings of a Symposium held at the 45th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference S1. Louis, Missouri 5-7 December 1983. (8.8 Mb)
  • Sanderson, Glen C., ed. 1982. Midwest Furbearer Management. Proceedings of a symposium held at the 43rd Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, Kansas, 7-8 December 1981. (8.9 Mb)
  • Sanderson, Glen C. and Helen C. Schultz, eds. 1973. Wild Turkey Management: Current problems and programs. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri. 355pp. (19. Mb) The University of Missouri Press has granted permission to allow this to be posted electronically.
  • Schneberger, Edw. 1961. Origin and traditions of the Midwest Wildlife Conference. Presumably presented at the 1961 Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference.
  • Sweeney, James M., ed. 1990. Management of Dynamic Ecosystems. North Central Section, The Wildlife Society, West Lafayette, Indiana. Proceedings of a Symposium held at the 51st Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Springfield, Illinois. 180pp. Symposium Coordinator was John H. Hart. (7.8 Mb)
  • Thompson III, Frank R., ed. 1996. Management of Midwestern Landscapes for the Conservation of Neotropical Migratory Birds. North Central Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NC-187. Proceedings of a symposium held at the 57th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference in Detroit, Michigan, 5 December 1995.
  • Tobin, Mark E., technical coordinator. 1999. Symposium on double-crested cormorants: population status and management issues in the Midwest. USDA APHIS Technical Bulletin No. 1879. USDA, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Washington, D.C. Proceedings of a symposium held at the 59th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 9 December 1997.

A full list of these citations is available in MSWord format. Many thanks to Matt Brinkman for scanning these documents.