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Master of Science (MS)
Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences
Jessop B. Low
For a number of years wildlife workers have realized the importance of the past histories of introduced species. Emphasis in recent years has been directed toward introductions because of the tremendous hunting and fishing pressures. Yearly increases in numbers of hunters and fishermen have been noted in Utah for the past forty years. It is hoped that this compilationo f the histories of the introduced game and fish species of Utah will be of value to sportsmen and wildlife managers alike in planning future introductions. The material included in this paper was obtained from United States Government reports, Utah Territorial reports, Utah State reports, newspapers and periodicals, personal interviews, and wardens' questionaires
Popov, Boris Hewitt, "The Introduced Fishes, Game Birds, and Game and Fur-Bearing Mammals of Utah" (1949). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1692.
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