6 edition of Marine Tourism found in the catalog.
December 8, 1998
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
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Marine Tourism examines both successful and unsuccessful tourism in coastal and marine environments. The author provides an overview of the history, development and growth of marine tourism and describes the characteristics of 'marine tourists' and the 'vendors' of these tourist activities.
The book includes case studies of specific types of tourism including: * the cruise ship industry Reviews: 1. Marine Tourism examines both successful and unsuccessful tourism in coastal and marine environments.
The author provides an overview of the history, development and growth of marine tourism and describes the characteristics of 'marine tourists' and the 'vendors' of these tourist activities. The book includes case studies of specific types of Cited by: The author provides an overview of the history, development and growth of marine tourism and describes the characteristics of 'marine tourists' and the 'vendors' of these tourist activities.
The book includes case studies of specific types of tourism including: * the cruise ship industry, * whale and dolphin watching, * yachting - the America's Cited by: ‘New Frontiers in Marine Tourism’ is the first book of this kind to address and analyse this Marine Tourism book tourism sector comprehensively.
By integrating aspects such as the sustainability, safety, education, experiences and management of diving tourism the Marine Tourism book highlights a variety of pressing topics related to the management of diving tourism, including: * different types of diving. Marine Tourism examines both successful and unsuccessful tourism in coastal and marine environments.
The author provides an overview of the history, development and growth of marine tourism and describes the characteristics of 'marine tourists' and the 'vendors' of these tourist activities.
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Marine tourism has become one of the fastest growing areas within the tourism industry. With the increased use of marine environments comes the need for informed planning and sustainable management as well as for the education and training of planners, managers and operators.
Combining the disciplines of marine scientists and tourism researchers, this encyclopedia will bring together the. This article is an excerpt from Chapter 6 entitled Impacts of Marine Mammal Tourism, originally written by the author of this post for the recently published book Ecotourism’s Promise and Peril: A Biological Evaluation (Blumstein, D.T., Geffroy, B., Samia, D.S.M., Bessa, E., Eds.; Springer, ).
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Despite the industry growing rapidly, there is a substantial gap in the related literature, and this book addresses the key issues for researchers, students. Protecting local marine resources is one of the most urgent needs in promoting sustainable tourism. Sustainable coastal tourism can help preserve artisanal fishing communities, allow for subsistence fishing, protect the environment and make positive contributions to.
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Aims & Scope. Tourism in Marine Environments, official journal of the International Coastal and Marine Tourism Society (ICMTS), is an interdisciplinary journal dealing with a variety of management issues in coastal and marine settings.
It is a scientific journal that draws upon the expertise of academics and practitioners from various disciplines related to the marine environment, including. Bruce Prideaux is Professor of Tourism, School of Business and Law, Central Queensland University, is the author or editor of 11 books, research articles and 84 book chapters.
His interests include sustainability, climate change, marine and rainforest tourism, and regional tourism development. tourism, sport, leisure, and recreation experiences” has been coined. In doing this, recognition is given to the overlap among tourism, sport, recreation, and leisure as well as to the diversity in water resources that may be used for the former.
Such water resources include salt, estuarine, fresh, and frozen water in their various Size: KB. As the nations of the Caribbean respond to the emerging effects of climate change and prepare for those to come, tourism has the potential to either worsen or mitigate these - Selection from Marine Tourism, Climate Change, and Resilience in the Caribbean, Volume II [Book].
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1).One of the benefits of coastal and marine tourism is the revenue it generates. 80 percent of tourism takes place in coastal areas, providing lots of opportunity for job creation and generation of revenue.
In general, travel and tourism account for about % of the global GDP and almost % of total employment. Coastal tourism drives the need.