Living with Wildlife in Anchorage:
A Cooperative Planning Effort
Appendix A Literature Cited

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  • Whittaker, D. and M. J. Manfredo, 1997. Living with wildlife in Anchorage—A survey of public attitudes. Summary Report 35. Project Report for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Ft. Collins: Colorado State University, Human Dimensions of Natural Resources.
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