Artelle et al. (2018) miss the science underlying North American wildlife management
Artelle et al. (2018) conclude that “hallmarks of science” are largely missing from North American wildlife management based on a desk review of selected hunting management plans and related documents found through Internet searches and email requests to state and provincial wildlife agencies. We highlight three fundamental problems that compromise the validity of the conclusions posited: missing information to support selection of “hallmarks of science,” confusion about the roles and nature of science and management, and failure to engage effectively with the scientists and managers actively managing wildlife populations in North America.
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Artelle et al. (2018) miss the science underlying North American wildlife management|
|Series title||Science Advances|
|Contributing office(s)||Coop Res Unit Atlanta|
|Description||eaat8281; 2 p.|
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