Attitudes toward marine wildlife among visitors to an urban science museum
Lyndell Nelson Whitley, Jennifer R. Wolch, Roger Salisch, University of Southern California. Sea Grant Institutional Program, University of Southern California. Dept. of Geography
Dept. of Geography, University of Southern California, 1998 - Nature - 86 pages
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Abalone aesthetic attitudes Agree No opinion Angeles county residents animal rightist attitudes Animal Rightist questions animal-related issues answer is False answer is True aquaria aquarium attitudes toward animals attitudes toward marine avoidance of animals based on ecology beach Brown Pelicans Categories Percent demographic Disagree Strongly disagree ecological importance Environmentalist attitude questions experiences with marine Grunion Hispanics incomes indicated INTERACTIONS WITH MARINE invertebrates Jellyfish Jennifer Kelp Bass knowledgeable about marine Likert scale Lyndell Nelson Whitley majority of respondents marine mammals missing=l MUSEUM By Lyndell museum visitors surveyed natural environment opinion Disagree Strongly Pelicans percentage of respondents popular population preferences section protecting marine wildlife Question Strongly agree respondents displayed San Fernando San Gabriel Valley Santa Clarita scores sea gulls sea lions Sea Otters Sea Urchin sharks Southern California statement Strongly agree Agree supported protecting marine survey respondents survey sample Table URBAN SCIENCE MUSEUM walked by tidepools WILDLIFE AMONG VISITORS Wolch and Roger