Date of Award
Master of Arts (M.A.)
John R. Arnold
The problem of crop damage by wildlife is not a new one in California, but it has assumed a role of major economic importance only during the last few decades. Since this problem was first encountered in California, it has steadily increased in size and scope, until today in many areas of the state it is an important economic problem of the farmer; a pressing management problem for the biologists and wildlife technicians of the California Division of Fish and Game; a constant challenge to the game management agents of the Federal Fish and Wildlife Service; a great concern of the State Department of Agriculture and the State Chamber of Commerce; and of great interest to many California sportsmen and conservationists.
Biehn, Earl Roy. (1950). Crop damage by wildlife in California ; with special emphasis on deer and waterfowl. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1136
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