Natural Area Tourism provides an authoritative and comprehensive account of tourism in natural, wild and protected areas. The second edition contains an overview of key literature and new developments that have emerged since the publication of the first edition more than a decade ago. Accordingly, this book will remain an invaluable resource and review of the subject for many years to come.it is now time to systematically analyse and present the problems of tourism, and to clarify to stakeholders and ... Changes in seasonality and the nature and abundance of food resources are likely to affect the birds and mammals that seasonally migrate to and within the tundra ecosystem. ... and wilderness areas, and climate change makes this scale of planning even more imperative (Hobbs et al., 2010).
|Title||:||Natural Area Tourism|
|Author||:||David Newsome, Susan A. Moore, Ross Kingston Dowling|
|Publisher||:||Channel View Publications - 2012-12-01|