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Volume 10 (2002) Wolves in Utah

An Analysis of Potential Impacts and Recommendations for Management

Fall, 2002

College of Natural Resources

Utah State University

Editors

T. Adam Switalski
Trey Simmons
Shiree L. Duncan
Andreas S. Chavez
Robert H. Schmidt

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Wolves in Utah: An analysis of potential impacts and recommendations for management
T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

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Wolves in Utah : An introduction
T. Adam Switalski; Trey Simmons; Shiree L. Duncan; Andreas S. Chavez; and Robert H, Schmidt

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Legal issues pertaining to wolves in Utah
T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

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Current public attitudes toward wolves in Utah
T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

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Biological aspects of wolf recolonization in Utah
T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

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Economic aspects of wolf recolonization in Utah
T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

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Potential strategies for managing Utah's wolf-livestock conflicts
T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

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Education and public involvement for wolves in Utah
T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

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Tribal involvement of wolves in Utah
T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

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