2 edition of Wildlife investigational techniques. found in the catalog.
Wildlife investigational techniques.
Wildlife Society. Wildlife Techniques Committee
in [Blacksburg, Va.]
Written in English
|Contributions||Mosby, Henry Sackett, 1913-, Wildlife Society. Wildlife techniques Committee.|
|LC Classifications||SK353 W56 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||419|
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This book is the wildlife management reference published by The Wildlife Society. Put together by Clait Braun, an expert in the field, this book is a very valuable reference for students of wildlife management and inquisitive wildlife managers alike.
There is quite a bit of knowledge here that would be difficult to locate any where else/5(5). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wildlife investigational techniques. [Ann Arbor, Mich.]: The Society, (OCoLC) Document Type.
Wildlife Investigational Techniques [Henry S. Mosby] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The third section in this book, “Wildlife Investigational Techniques,” is the largest, with 18 chapters on topics such as “Care and Use of Wildlife Wildlife investigational techniques.
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The third section in this book, “Wildlife Investigational Techniques,” is the largest, with 18 chapters on topics such as “Care and Use of Wildlife in Field Research,” “Capturing and Handling Wild Animals,” “Criteria for Gender and Age,” “Measuring Availability and Vertebrate Use of Cited by: Wildlife Investigational Techniques (A) 3 ch (3C/L) Designed to introduce techniques available for conducting investigations in support of management objectives.
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The seventh edition of The Wildlife Techniques Manual continues one of The Wildlife Society's standard-bearing publication series in a most impressive fashion. For those unfamiliar with this book series, it began as the Manual of Game Investigational Techniques, first published in Although no two subsequent editions have shared the exact same title, the overarching theme of “the Author: Michael W.
Miller. Available from another library. Quick Copy View. About this book. This book provides an introduction to disease problems - other than those of an infectious or parasitic nature - that afflict free-ranging and captive wildlife. Non-infectious diseases include the effects of toxic substances, physiological conditions, and trauma on wildlife.
Criminal Investigation Manual Introduction. This manual will supplement the instruction given in the Criminal Investigation Course presented to the Indiana Law Enforcement basic trainee attending the fifteen week Tier I course in Plainfield.
This training can be. This second edition covers new subjects including the effects of environmental estrogenic compounds, mycotoxins, petroleum toxicity, pesticides, and forensic investigational techniques.
For students in wildlife biology and veterinary medicine. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or. This book provides an introduction to disease problems - other than those of an infectious or parasitic nature - that afflict free-ranging and captive wildlife.
It covers a wide range of dangers to wildlife including lead poisoning and the effects of environmental oestrogenic compounds, oil pollution, mercury poisoning, mycotoxins, geophapy, organochlorine pesticides, selenium and cyanide.
Investigative Interviewing: Strategies and Techniques Page 3 When a non-union employer or its agent (security officer, human resource representative, supervisor or manager, etc.) conducts an investigative interview there is no requirement to advise the employee of his or her rights under Miranda.
THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY NEWS increased to 80 pages this year from the high of 64 pages. This increase pleased many members on the one hand, but was a source of "rum-blings" from some other members. The Wildlife Investigational Techniques manual continues to be in good demand from members and students.
A revised reprinting was necessary early. 1 Forensic Investigational Techniques for Wildlife Law Enforcement Investigations 2 Geophagy 3 Mycotoxins 4 Environmental Estrogens 5 Implications for Reproduction in Wildlife 6 Cholinesterase-inhibiting Pesticides 7 Organochlorine Pesticides 8 Polychlorinated Biphenyls 9 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin 10 CyanideAuthor: Anne Fairbrother.
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The process of writing the investigation report can sometimes clarify your thinking and can even uncover additional questions that provide new insight into a case. Writing an investigative report is one of the most tedious tasks an investigator undertakes. But, because it’s an important showcase of the investigation, you can’t skimp on this.
Investigators with formal training come in many different shapes, sizes and specialties. But generally, most follow similar, basic investigative techniques to perform their respective jobs, whether it's pinpointing fraud in a corporation or figuring out if someone’s spouse is unfaithful. Illustrated Guide to Poultry Necropsy and Diagnosis 1.
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