Answer to Question #3152 in Biochemistry for marie carol
18. Multispecies management can be viewed as
A. a unique event in time and place.
B. an act positively affecting some species' population density, harming others, and having no effect on other animal species.
C. specific to the needs of each species.
D. a giant experiment, backed by little prior research or observations.
19. The newest policy gaining attention and causing some conflicts within wildlife and related agencies is the
A. multiple-use policy.
B. the stewardship policy.
C. new perspectives policy.
D. ecosystem management policy.
20. The comeback of the beaver is an exception to the rule that
A. once a species declines, it can never be restored.
B. transplantation is hardly ever effective.
C. rodent populations can't be managed effectively.
D. compensation will make up for losses.