- Title Pages
Chapter OneOut of the Midwest
Chapter TwoFrom Forester to Professor
Chapter ThreeFrom Businessman to Sage
Chapter FourGame Management
Chapter FiveBetween Pacific Tides
- Intercalary I
Chapter SixThe Shack
Chapter SevenThe Lab
- Intercalary II
Chapter EightA Sand County Almanac
Chapter NineSea of Cortez
- Intercalary III
Chapter TenDaily Lives and Professional Expectations
Chapter ElevenFrom Natural History to Ecology
Chapter TwelveLeopold's Approach
Chapter ThirteenRicketts's Approach
Chapter FourteenShared and Complementary Perspectives
- Intercalary IV
Chapter SixteenEthic and Engagement
Chapter SeventeenWhere Their Spirit Lives On
- The Shack and the Lab
- (p.32) Chapter Four Game Management
- Leopold's Shack and Ricketts's Lab
Michael J Lannoo
- University of California Press
Aldo Leopold's Report on a Game Survey of the North Central States received nearly universally positive reviews. He followed it up with Game Management, a larger book detailing the history, theory, and practice of game management. Later in 1931, the Sporting Arms and Ammunitions Manufacturers' Institute “loaned” Leopold to the State of Iowa, as Iowa sought to pull together a comprehensive, twenty-five-year plan to guide its newly formed Fish and Game Commission. In December 1931, Charles Scribner's Sons agreed to publish Game Management. In one of the book's three sections entitled “Management Technique,” Leopold outlined the tools available to the game manager, from the creation of refuges to the control of habitat, hunting, and predation. With the publication of Game Management, Leopold invented the field of wildlife biology.
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