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Human surveys in wildlife management



Human surveys in wildlife management



Wildlife management techniques manual: 441-453



Social studies play an important role in helping wildlife managers gain a better understanding of people when managing the resource. The complexities, assumptions, and potential sources of errors are such that great care must be exercised when conducting questionnaire sample surveys. A good understanding of these difficulties and expert advice are necessary to obtain precise and valid results.

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