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Trends and Management of Wolf-Livestock Conflicts in Minnesota


This project was supported by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. The authors are grateful for the help of the following persons who assisted in investigating complaints and conducting control activities: S. C. Berens, D. K. Boyd, J. W. Burch, D. P. Burns, K. C. Carr, O. E. Corr, R. K. Field, W. H. Hexum, R. L. Himes (deceased), S. T. Knick, D. W. Kuehn, B. Mandernack, T. J. Meier, M. E. Nelson, L. G. Peterson, J. J. Renneberg, G. A. Riley, J. D. Smith, T. J. Wallace, G. S. Warren, and J. J. Watson. Several personnel of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources were of special assistance and support, including W. E. Berg, A. Cornish, T. K. Fuller, P. D. Karns, G. Spaulding, L. Steen, and P. G. Watt. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture provided information from its compensation program and assistance in converting data on livestock abundance to the summer period. Special administrative support was provided by H. R. Perry, D. L Trauger, and R. S. Wetzel. The U.S. Department of Agriculture North Central Forest Experiment Station provided logistical support. Assistance in statistical analysis and manuscript preparation was provided by J. Hatfield, M. D. Jimenez, S. L. MacPherson, G. W. Pendleton, and R. R. Ream. Helpful manuscript review was provided by R. R. Bjorge, R. M. Engeman, M. W. Fall, J. R. Gunson, and R. R. Ream.
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