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Economic management of tourism based on natural sites

C. A. Tisdell

Economic management of tourism based on natural sites

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by C. A. Tisdell

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Published by University of Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia, Dept. of Economics, Resource and Development Research Group in [Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tourism.,
  • National parks and reserves -- Public use.,
  • Mathematical optimization.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Clem Tisdell.
    SeriesResearch report or occasional paper,, no. 160, Resource and development research papers ;, no. 9, Research report or occasional paper ;, no. 160, Research report or occasional paper., no. 9
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG155.A1 T54 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. ;
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2257056M
    ISBN 100725906367
    LC Control Number89136443
    OCLC/WorldCa20299805

    The human environment comprises economic, social and cultural factors and processes. The natural environment is made up of plants and animals in their habitat. It is possible to make a distinction between the human environment and the natural environment and this is particularly useful when discussing the impacts of tourism. TOURISM AS A SERVICE INDUSTRY IN TilE ECONOMY Tourism as a service industry is fast becoming one of the major industries in the world South Africa is no exception with its natural beauty found in most of its regions, especially KwaZulu -Natal and Western Cape. Why is tourism regarded as a .

    alike. Tourism is generally considered a "clean" industry, one that is based on hotels, restaurants, shops and attractions, instead of factories. Tourism can also degrade an environment. Visitors generate waste and pollution (air, water, solid waste, noise, and visual). Natural resource attractions can be jeopardized. Nature-based tourism can be a significant develop and implement management plans component of some countries' national devel- and practices to control, regulate, and opment strategies, providing foreign exchange, enhance tourism to the area. employment, economic diversification, and growth.

    Natural resource management, or natural resources management, (NRM) is the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals, with a particular focus on how management affects the quality of life for both present and future generations (stewardship).. Natural resource management deals with managing the way in which people and natural landscapes interact.   In the Tourism Strategy of Turkey and the Ninth Development Plan (), it is aimed to utilize natural, cultural, historical and geographical values of Turkey based on conservation-use balance, to increase the share of Turkey from tourism and to promote the attractiveness of regions via alternative tourism types like ecotourism.


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The economic value of the natural resources. with protected areas and nature based tourism offering a two conditions needed to identify and implement effective tourism management actions.

Divided into five parts, the book tackles the following core topics: • the role and nature of visitor attractions • the development of visitor attraction provision • the management of visitor attractions • the marketing of visitor attractions • future issues and trends With contributions from around the world, this is.

between tourism and natural resource management has resulted in a substantial body of academic literature examining tourism issues under a relatively new set of tourism concepts.

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Each chapter also concludes with a comprehensive series of self-assessment questions and a proposed task Reviews: 1.Sustainable natural resources management is as much a question of sustainable economic development as it is of environmental protection.

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