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Characteristics of Alberta"s hunters 1974-1984

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Published by Alberta Dept. of Forestry, Lands and Wildlife, Fish and Wildlife Division in Edmonton .
Written in English


  • Hunters,
  • Surveys

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Edition Notes

Statementby Peter C. Boxall and Laverne C. Smith
SeriesENR technical report -- T/114, Alberta. Fish and Wildlife Division. Resource Economic and Assessment Section occasional paper -- no. 1, ENR technical report -- T/114., Resource Economics and Assessment Section occasional paper -- no. 1.
ContributionsSmith, Laverne C., Alberta. Fish and Wildlife Division
LC ClassificationsSK 152 .A3 .B69
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 61, [35] p. :
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25904086M
ISBN 100864993139

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