10th Eastern Black Bear Workshop

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Table of Contents


Clark, J. D. 1990. Preface. p. xi-xii.


Wilson, S. N. 1990. Welcome. p. 3-4.

Smith, K. G., J. D. Clark, and P. S. Gipson. 1990. History of Black Bears in Arkansas: Over-Exploitation, Near Elimination, and Successful Reintroduction. p. 5-14.

Status Reports

Clark, J. D. 1990. Arkansas. p. 17-19.

Wooding, J. B. 1990. Florida. p. 20.

Carlock, D. M. 1990. Georgia. p. 21-22.

Weaver, K. M., J. C. Posey, and M. D. Esters. 1990. Louisiana. p. 23-29.

McLaughlin, C. R., K. D. Elowe, and M. A. Caron. 1990. Maine. p. 30-34.

Mathews, T. P. 1990. Maryland. p. 35-37.

Cardoza, J. E., and R. Field. 1990. Massachusetts. p. 38-39.

Boushelle, G., L. Visser, and J. Hammill. 1990. Michigan. p. 40-43.

Garshelis, D. 1990. Minnesota. p. 44-48.

Carter Shropshire, C. 1990. Mississippi. p. 49-50.

Redmond, G., and K. Craig. 1990. New Brunswick. p. 51-53.

Orff, E. 1990. New Hampshire. p. 54.

Berchielli, L. T. 1990. New York. p. 55-56.

Collins, J. M. 1990. North Carolina. p. 57-59.

Kocka, D. M., and M. E. Stewart. 1990. Oklahoma. p. 60-63.

Smith, H. L., and M. H. De Almeida. 1990. Ontario. p. 64-67.

Jolicoeur, H.

Stokes, S., and H. R. Still, Jr. 1990. South Carolina. p. 71-72.

Scott, C. D. 1990. Tennessee. p. 73-74.

Hellgren, E. C. 1990. Texas. p. 75.

Martin, D. D. 1990. Virginia. p. 76-79.

Rieffenberger, J. C. 1990. West Virginia. p. 80-85.

Pelton, M. R. 1990. University of Tennessee. p. 86-87.

Kasbohm, J. W., and M. R.Vaughan. 1990. Virginia Polytechnic Institute. p. 88-91.

Invited Papers

Carlock, D. M. 1990. Still Hunting for Bears in Georgia. p. 95-100.

Elowe, K. D. 1990. Bear Hunting with Hounds: Techniques and Effects on the Bears and the Public. p. 101-109.

McLaughlin, C. R., and H. L. Smith. 1990. Baiting Black Bears: Hunting Techniques and Management Issues. p. 110-119.

Garshelis, D. L. 1990. Monitoring Effects on Harvest on Black Bear Populations in North America: A Review and Evaluation of Techniques. p. 120-144.

Harris, R. B., and L. H. Metzgar. 1990. Using both Theory and Simulation to gain Insight: An Example using Reproductive Values. p. 145-151.

Cook, W. J. 1990. Illegal Commercialization of Black Bears in the Southern Appalachians. p. 152-155.

Pelton, M. R. 1990. Black Bears in the Southeast: To List or not to List? p. 155-161.


Harvest Objectives. 1990. p. 165-172.

Harvest Methods. 1990. p. 173-176.

Harvest Monitoring. 1990. p. 177-179.

Poster Presentations

Clapp, D. L., and K. G. Smith. 1990. Abundance, Habitat Dustribution, and Consumption of Foods used by Black Bears in Arkansas. p. 187.

Hayes, S. G. 1990. Black Bear Den Temperatures in the Ouachita and Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. p. 188.

Lobardo, C. A. 1990. Denning Ecology of Black Bears on Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. P. 189.

Lozada, R. 1990. A Survey of the Status and Distribution of the Spectacled Bear in the Western Range of the Colombian Andes. P. 190.

Seibert, S. G. 1990. Nutrient Content of Sqawroot and its Importance to Southern Appalachian Black Bears. P. 191.

Stiver, W. H. 1990. Movements and Mortality of Pen-Reared Black Bear Released into the Wild. P. 192.

Manen, F. T., K. G. Johnson, and M. R. Pelton. 1990. Bait-Station Surveys to Monitor Black Bear Populations on the Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina. P. 193.

Date: April 2, 1990 - April 5, 1990
Bismarck, AR, USA