A Review of Whale-Watching and Whaling with Applications for the Caribbean

@inproceedings{Hoyt2002ARO,
  title={A Review of Whale-Watching and Whaling with Applications for the Caribbean},
  author={Erich Hoyt and Glen T Hvenegaard},
  year={2002}
}
Whale-watching is a significant and growing tourism industry worldwide. Whaling has a long history and, although largely curtailed today, still occurs in a few countries around the world and in the Caribbean. Whaling has been labeled an incompatible activity with whale-watching because, in some cases, it reduces the number of whales available for use and changes whale behavior. Moreover, in some situations, whale-watching generates greater revenue than whaling, and whaling may detrimentally… CONTINUE READING

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