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A MULTIDIMENSIONAL TOURISM CARRYING CAPACITY MODEL : AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH

@inproceedings{Pazienza2004AMT,
  title={A MULTIDIMENSIONAL TOURISM CARRYING CAPACITY MODEL : AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH},
  author={Pasquale Pazienza},
  year={2004}
}
It is often observed that tourism generates a negative impact on the environment of destination places, among which the depletion of the natural capital is the most evident. To avoid this, tourism development and management should be based on the recognition of the limits characterising a destination. The indicator of Tourism Carrying Capacity (TCC) can be particularly relevant to this purpose. In fact, it gives an idea of the threshold of tourists that can be accepted at a destination while… 

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