This week our “Three Books on …” series takes us to Cooper Landing. Here is a description of Cooper Landing’s location and climate from the Alaska Community Database:
Cooper Landing is at the west end of Kenai Lake on a stretch of the Sterling Highway, 30 miles northwest of Seward in the Chugach Mountains. The community lies at approximately 60.490000° North Latitude and -149.834170° West Longitude. (Sec. 29, T005N, R003W, Seward Meridian.) Cooper Landing is located in the Seward Recording District. January temperatures range from 4 to 22 °F. July temperatures vary from 46 to 65 °F. Average annual precipitation is 20 inches.
You can learn more about Cooper Landing by reading their full profile from the Alaska Community Database.
Looking through WorldCat, we find these three books with Cooper Landing as a subject, among others:
Schulz, Bethany. 1997. Cooper Landing regeneration surveys: preliminary results. Anchorage, AK: USDA Forest Service, Forest Health Protection, State and Private Forestry.
Carley, Kathleen M., Ruth E. Cohn, Laurie Waisel, and William A. Wallace. 1993. The Pothole Lake fire: an analysis of emotion in a successful emergency response. Boulder, CO: Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center.
Hope/Sunrise Advisory Planning Commission. 1992.Community recommendations on a land use plan for borough lands: 1992 additions : Hope and Sunrise. Soldotna, Alaska?: Kenai Peninsula Borough?.
Join us next week as our trek through WorldCat takes us to Copper Center.