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Natural Area Tourism: Ecology, Impacts and Management
“The world we live in is an exciting place” (p. 1). That is how these three West Australian authors start their book, and their enthusiasm shows throughout the volume. Their central theme is “how toExpand
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Rush as a key motivation in skilled adventure tourism: Resolving the risk recreation paradox
At least 14 different motivations for adventure tourism and recreation, some internal and some external, have been identified in w50 previous studies. Skilled adventure practitioners refer toExpand
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Impacts of hiking and camping on soils and vegetation: a review.
Ecotourism effects local cMivironments in many ways. Although some ot the most dramatic envi ronmental changes result from development of the infrastructure to support tourism, more widespreadExpand
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Surf Tourism and Sustainable Development in Indo-Pacific Islands. I. The Industry and the Islands
Commercial surf tourism is recent in origin but is now a significant component of the worldwide adventure tourism sector. There are over 10 million surfers worldwide and a third of these areExpand
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Adventure Tourism Management
The academic study of the Adventure Tourism is rapidly increasing in popularity, with research beginning to focus on it heavily. This book is a cohesive and comprehensive look at this multi-millionExpand
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Surf Tourism and Sustainable Development in Indo-Pacific Islands. II. Recreational Capacity Management and Case Study
Recreational capacity is a function of the natural and social environment, the activity concerned, and the management regime. Indo-Pacific surf destinations with cheap and open access and no capacityExpand
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Case studies in ecotourism
As a counterpart to the growing volume of more theoretical literature in ecotourism, this volume provides a global compilation and analysis of 170 real-life case studies in ecotourism. It includesExpand
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Sustainable Tourism : Theory and Practice
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The costs and benefits of cooperation between the Australian lycaenid butterfly, Jalmenus evagoras, and its attendant ants
SummaryThe larvae and pupae of the Australian lycaenid butterfly, Jalmenus evagoras associate mutualistically with ants in the genus Iridomyrmex. Four ant exclusion experiments in three field sitesExpand
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Ecological Indicators of Tourist Impacts in Parks
For tourism in parks there are many lists of potential ecological indicators that have not been implemented in practice, many systems of management indicators with little ecological basis orExpand
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