NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
Research in the Parks
NPS Symposium Series No. 1
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CONTRIBUTORS

FOREWORDRobert M. Linn

1. ANOTHER LOOK AT MAN, NATURE, AND NATIONAL PARKS—Raymond F. Dasmann

2. RESEARCH ON UNGULATES IN NORTHERN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK—Douglas B. Houston

3. WINTER WEATHER AS A POPULATION-REGULATING INFLUENCE ON FREE-RANGING BISON IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK—Mary Meagher

4. THE STATUS OF RESEARCH ON THE SNAKE RIVER CUTTHROAT TROUT IN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK—Peter S. Hayden

5. ECOLOGY OF THE SAGUARO: I. THE ROLE OF FREEZING WEATHER IN A WARM-DESERT PLANT POPULATION—Warren F. Steenberg and Charles H. Lowe

6. THE ROLE OF FIRE IN A GIANT SEQUOIA-MIXED CONIFER FOREST—Bruce M. Kilgore

7. CROCODILIAN ECOLOGY IN SOUTHERN FLORIDA—John C. Ogden

8. MARINE RESEARCH AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN VIRGIN ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK—Alan H. Robinson

9. INTRAGROUP SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND SOCIAL SOLIDARITY IN PARK SETTINGS—Neil H. Cheek, Jr

10. PARKS AS ASPECTS OF LEISURE IN THE INNER CITY: AN EXPLORATORY INVESTIGATION—William L. Yancey and Jane Snell

11. INTERCHANGEABILITY OF PARKS WITH OTHER LEISURE SETTINGS—Donald R. Field

12. THE WORTH OF WILDERNESS: WITH INTERPRETATIONS FROM A STUDY OF WOLVES AND MOOSE ON ISLE ROYALE—Durward L. Allen

13. PROGRESS IN RESTORING A NATURAL GRIZZLY BEAR POPULATION IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK—Glen F. Cole

14. GRIZZLY BEAR POPULATION STUDIES IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, MONTANA—Clifford J. Martinka

15. THE FUTURE OF THE PARKS: I—Stanley A. Cain

16. THE FUTURE OF THE PARKS: II—Robert Cahn

17. BARRIER ISLAND ECOLOGY OF CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE AND VICINITY, NORTH CAROLINA (ABSTRACT)—Paul J. Godfrey and Melinda M. Godfrey

Index (omitted from the online edition)


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Research in the parks.

(Proceedings series—National Park Service; no. 1) Includes bibliographies and index.
1. National parks and reserves—United States—Congresses. 2. Natural history—United States—Congresses. I. Reid, Neil J. II. Series: United States. National Park Service. Proceedings series—National Park Service; no. 1.
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