Landscapes, tourism, and conservation

@article{Burger2000LandscapesTA,
  title={Landscapes, tourism, and conservation},
  author={Burger},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2000},
  volume={249 1-3},
  pages={
          39-49
        }
}
One key aspect of global change is a decrease in ecological integrity as more and more landscapes are developed, leaving a mosaic of intact refuges and degraded patches that may not be sufficient for conserving biodiversity. While increases in human population and shifts in the distribution of people affect land use, the temporary movement of people can have major implications for conservation and biodiversity. Three examples are presented where recreation/tourism can enhance the conservation… CONTINUE READING

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