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Research Needs

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The following research needs in wildlife damage control were suggested by workshop participants during the October 14 afternoon session. Damage assessment/distribution and magnitude of damage, and assessment techniques Urban problems Crop cultural practices Blackbirds in urban areas and grain crops Deer in crops Woodpecker repellents Bat toxicants Prairie dogs/single-dose toxicants Diseases Bait formulations, especially for pocket gophers Humane techniques Predacides, including the M-44 Training of students and professionals Attitudes of the public Gas cartridges Pigeon toxicants Predator and game management Predator and range management Antelope in relation to weed dispersal and to fences Relocation effects on populations Economics; cost-benefit Bird frightening techniques De-barking by mammals Seed protection using systemics Modelin

Topics: Environmental Health and Protection
Publisher: DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Year: 1981
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.unl.edu:gpwdcwp-1110

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