9. Beavers provide secondary benefit to
10. Managing mice is fundamental to
A. reducing crop damage.
B. improving natural soils and soil moisture.
C. providing food for other mammals.
D. learning how to manage other animal populations.
11. To be effective in conflict resolution, the wildlife manager must work with
A. habitats to improve them for important species.
B. populations to influence birth and death rates.
C. politics and education—areas where so many resource problems seem to occur.
D. populations, habitats, and people simultaneously.
12. To increase a porcupine population, what habitat factor would the manager try to manipulate?
C. Dead animals
D. Bark and green vegetation
13. Injury by wild animals differs from damage caused by them in that
A. injury is physical—an evident harm caused to another animal or plant.
B. damage is inconspicuous and minor.
C. injury may result in no measurable loss in value as compared with damage.
D. damage may result in no measurable loss in value as compared with injury.