Frederic H. Wagner

Frederic H. Wagner is professor of fisheries and wildlife, director of the Ecology Center, and associate dean of the College of Natural Resources, at Utah State University, Logan. Before moving to Utah he served as wildlife research biologist for the Wisconsin Conservation Department. Since relocating, his research has focused on ecology of animal populations and arid lands. He has served as director of the US International Biological Program's Desert Biome Project, and has been involved with a number of western public policy issues, particularly with the role of science in policy formation.

Wildlife Policies in the U.S. National Parks

Wildlife Policies in the U.S. National Parks

This volume presents the results of a five-year study of wildlife-management policies in national parks. It synthesizes interviews with individuals inside and outside the National Park Service, provides a comprehensive review of published and...