Illegal harvest of renewable natural resources in North America: Toward a typology of the motivations for poaching

@inproceedings{Muth1998IllegalHO,
  title={Illegal harvest of renewable natural resources in North America: Toward a typology of the motivations for poaching},
  author={Robert M. Muth and John F. Bowe},
  year={1998}
}
In many areas of North America, illegal hunting, fishing, and gathering of renewable natural resources are occurring with alarming and increasing frequency. Resource professionals, law enforcement officers, and the general public are becoming increasingly concerned about the poaching problem, as localized populations of wildlife, fish, and plant species are threatened with extirpation, and as legitimate users—consumptive and nonconsumptive alike—are deprived of resource utilization… CONTINUE READING

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