Chapter 3 Human Values

Chapter 3 Human Values - 1940 intensive management 6. 4....

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Chapter 3 Human Values 1. TYPES OF VALUES 1. Naturalistic 2. Scientific 3. Aesthetic 4. Utilitarian 5. Humanistic 6. Dominonistic 7. Moralistic 8. Megativistic 9. Symbolic 2. VARIATIONS IN VALUES 1. Indigenous values 2. European settlement values 3. Post-european settlement values 4. Early 20 th century values 3. RECREACTIONA VALUE OF LARGE WILDLIFE 1. Consumptive 2. Non-consumptive 3. Hunting vs. anti-hunting 4. Homework assignment 1 1. Urban deer 2. Bison/brucellosis 3. Wolf resteroration 4. Chapter 15 History of management 1. EARLY HISTORY 1. European settlement and westward expansion 2. Rise of concern and starts of conservation 3. PEOPLE 4. Public ownersip 2. FIRST IMPLIMINTATIONS OF CONSERVATION 1. State and territories control 2. Federal control 3. 1. Early management efforts 4. 2. 1920 science wildlife management 5. 3.
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Unformatted text preview: 1940 intensive management 6. 4. 1970 restoration 7. current Chapter 13 Game ranching 1. ANCIENT HISTORY 2. HUNTERS 3. GAME RANCHING INDUSTRY 1. Aesthetic 2. Alltruistic 3. Commercial 4. HISTORY 5. CONS 1. #1 COST 6. PROS 7. Ownership questions Chapter 14 Management on tribal lands 1. PERIODS OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS AND EXPANSIONS 2. MEGA FAUNA EXTENCTION 3. PLAINS 4. BISON JUMPS 5. ARTIC 6. BOREAL 7. WOODLANDS 8. GRASSLANDS/ PRARIES/ DESERT 9. COLUMBIAN PLATEAU 10. COSTAL RAINFOREST 11. CALIFORNIA 12. MEXICO Chapter 10 harvest management 1. DOCTERINE OF WISE USE 2. BACKGROUND REASONS OF HARVEST 3. SCIENCE AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 4. PRIVATE VS. PUBLIC 5. HARVEST DATA 6. OBJECTIVES 1....
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