2 edition of Marine wildlife entanglement in North America found in the catalog.
Marine wildlife entanglement in North America
by The Center in Washington, D.C. (1725 Desales St., N.W., Suite 500, Washington 20036)
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Center for Environmental Education ; authors, Kathryn O"Hara, Natasha Atkins, Suzanne Iudicello ; with Susie G. Criswell and Rose Bierce ; maps and cover design, Jill Perry.|
|Contributions||Atkins, Natasha., Iudicello, Suzanne., Center for Environmental Education (Washington, D.C.)|
|LC Classifications||QL151 .O43 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||88153825|
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Marine Wildlife Entanglement in North America. Authors: Categories: Fisheries. Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Get Books. Books about Marine Wildlife Entanglement in North America. This book seeks to underscore the need for scientific approaches to first understanding and then managing tourist interactions with marine wildlife.
Get this from a library. Marine wildlife entanglement in North America. [Kathryn O'Hara; Natasha Atkins; Suzanne Iudicello; Center for Environmental Education (Washington, D.C.)]. Entanglement of marine life is a global problem that results in the death of hundreds of thousands of marine mammals and sea turtles worldwide every year.
Entangled animals may drown or starve because they are restricted by fishing gear, or they may suffer physical trauma and infections from the gear cutting into their flesh.
The public has become increasingly aware that marine wildlife sometimes becomes entangled in fishing gear, such as dolphins in tuna nets. However, little is known about how widespread entanglement is and what its impacts are.
If conclusions can be drawn from what few data do exist, the picture is an alarming one. Each year fishing activity causes the death of many thousands of marine mamals Cited by: 4. The essays were written for students who are not only biology majors and are broad in scope.
These chapters provide an introduction to the history of wildlife in North America, biodiversity, natural selection, conservation biology, ecology, conservation legislation, alien species, wildlife and pollution, and things we can all do to save wildlife.
The majority of published records of entanglement emanate from North America and Oceania and are focused on a few populous species (notably () showed entanglement to be more detrimental to marine wildlife than plastic ingestion; marine mammals more so than sea United Nations Environment Programme Year Book (), pp.
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Birds and butterflies, ferns and frogs, mushrooms and mantra rays, seashells and salamandersthis page book includes more than 2, plants and animals of all s: Entanglement of Marine Species in Marine Debris with an Emphasis on Species in the United States From reports in the United States, at least marine species are impacted by entanglement, including mammals, turtles, birds, fish, and crabs.
Most marine debris entanglement reports involved pinnipeds, particularly northern fur seals and Hawaiian. entanglement in marine debris is a source of morbidity and mortality for individuals of many species, the impacts of greatest concern are those that affect whole populations of organisms, particularly small populations that are threatened or endangered.
For at least some endangered species, such as Hawaiian monk seals, available data suggest. The following is a brief history of human-wildlife interactions in North America. The rather arbitrary "eras" used in this historical account follow Shaw (). Colonization of North America by Europeans began in the early s when Europe was largely in a late agrarian stage of cultural development.
North American Model of Wildlife Conservation In our nation's early years, there were few laws protecting fish and wildlife and our wildlife resources took a heavy toll.
Market hunters took fish and wildlife at will while habitat disappeared under plow and roads, resulting in devastating reductions in wildlife populations.
Before a moratorium on commercial whaling inall populations of humpback whales were greatly reduced, some by more than 95 percent. The species is increasing in abundance in much of its range, but faces threats from entanglement in fishing gear, vessel strikes, vessel-based harassment, underwater noise, and habitat impacts.
Marine wildlife is susceptible to entanglement in marine debris that enters the marine environment from land-based (beaches, waterways, and runoff), ship-based (recreational and commercial vessels. British Wildlife is the leading natural history magazine in the UK, providing essential reading for both enthusiast and professional naturalists and wildlife conservationists.
book reviews and letters. Subscriptions from £30 per year. Go to British Wildlife Peterson Reference Guide to Sparrows of North America includes not just. North America has a diverse array of wildlife species and is home to an estimated mammals (e.g.
bison, raccoon, mountain lion, beaver, moose, and jaguar), birds (e.g. Bald Eagle and Goose) reptiles (e.g. alligator) more than amphibians and 4, known arachnids (e.g bark scorpion).The North American territory includes the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Greenland.
The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation iii Gordon R. Batcheller (CWB®) New York State Div. of Fish, Wildlife & Marine Resources Broadway Albany, NY USA Thomas A. Decker (CWB®) Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department South Main Street Waterbury, VT USA Robert Carmichael Delta Waterfowl Foundation Site 1, Box Minke Whales.
The common Minke Whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) is the smallest baleen whale in the North grown, it averages about metres in length. It is greyish in colour with white flipper patches, has a small curved dorsal fin two-thirds of the way along its back, and does not often have a visible blow upon surfacing.
Marine wildlife faces threats to their habitat from chemicals, overfishing, hunting and pollution—even noise can put some species at risk. Not safe yet Fewer than North. Marine wildlife tourism is a popular subset of this tourism sector and includes a variety of activities in the marine environment, including watching and feeding fish, interactions with stingrays, birdwatching and visits to seabird breeding areas as well as the observation of and interaction with marine mammals.
The essays were written for students who are not only biology majors and are broad in scope. These chapters provide an introduction to the history of wildlife in North America, biodiversity, natural selection, conservation biology, ecology, conservation legislation, alien species, wildlife and pollution, and things we can all do to save wildlife.
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The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and its partners manage migratory birds based largely on routes the birds follow as they migrate between nesting and wintering areas.
Based on those routes, four administrative Flyways (Atlantic, Mississippi, Central and Pacific) were established in North America to facilitate management of migratory birds and. The title of this book says it all. It describes the characteristics and habits of all known marine mammals species known on the Pacific Coast of North American by perhaps the most expert observer - a former Whaler!
Renouncing his former career in retirement, he describes a rich group of mammals, many of whom are now extinct. Great book!Reviews: 5.