Physiological Research Outside the Laboratory
Volume 44(4) of the ILAR Journal discusses ethical, regulatory, and practical research issues surrounding the use of free-ranging and captive wildlife. Issue topics include:
- Identifying the regulations and guidelines that apply to research involving free-ranging and captive wildlife.
- Discussion of the ethics, standards, and techniques of trapping and marking terrestrial mammals for research.
- Overview of research programs at zoos, aquariums, and fisheries.
This issue of the Journal also includes a history of the first 50 years of the Institute for Laboratory Animal Research (ILAR). To order go to www.national-academies.org/ilar, or call 202 334-2590.
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