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The American Society for Mammalogy, the Ecological Society of America, and the Politics of Preservation
From the 1920s to the early1940s, the American Society of Mammalogists and the Ecological Society of America became involved in efforts to preserve natural conditions on protected land areas, and to conserve predatory and other wildlife. Members vigorously disputed how active a scientific society should be in advocating for conservation. Charles C. Adams and Victor E. Shelford served as leaders in two major efforts aiming to shape federal policy, notably the preservation of natural landscapesdoi:10.24412/2076-8176-2021-2-82-101 fatcat:k4pzuobkvzgnbhxt2vkifippqa