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Some of the findings of research conducted within the Aberdare (Nyandarua) Forest Reserve and National Park in Kenya between 1972 and 1976 are discussed. The study area consists of two management and administrative sub-units: the Forest Reserve with an area of 103,086 hectares, and the National...

Author(s)
Muiruri, W.
Citation
Geo Journal, 1978, 2, 4, pp 321-330
Abstract

Environmental consciousness is growing fast as an international political issue and tourism's impact on sensitive ecologies is becoming a major concern. From seas polluted with sewage, to beaches overcrowded with holidaymakers, from coral reefs being attacked with crowbars to Africa's game parks...

Author(s)
Smith, C.; Jenner, P.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1989, No. 5, pp 68-86
Abstract

This paper provides the tourist industry in New Zealand with an updated interpretation of the Resource Management Act 1991, to include the Resource Management Amendment Act 1993. The purpose of the Act is to promote the sustainable management of natural and physical resources. It is therefore...

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Issues Paper - Ministry of Tourism, New Zealand, 1993, No. 1(rev), pp 19pp.
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The book looks at the threat to Africa's wildlife in a shocking and passionate way. It attempts to cut through prevailing misinformation to the documented truth, making it clear that unless the world (and more specifically the west), addresses the needs of Africans in their poverty and despair...

Author(s)
Bonner, R.
Publisher
Simon and Schuster International Group, London, UK
Citation
At the hand of man: peril and hope for Africa's wildlife., 1993, pp 322pp.
Abstract

The article provides an overview of the development of recreational activities resulting from tourism in coastal and marine environments, and of the means of providing for such uses. It examines the interactions between the natural environment and increased recreational activity, between recreation ...

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Kenchington, R.
Citation
Ocean & Coastal Management, 1993, 19, 1, pp 1-16
Abstract

Tourism has become an important economic activity in the overall development of the Malaysian economy. It is estimated that by 1995, the total annual travel receipts will reach M$7000 million. New and upgraded facilities will be required to cope with this increase, however the Amended Environmental ...

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Ghazali, A. W.; Rahman, A. A. A.; Muda, A. H.
Citation
Options (Serdang), 1994, 9, 2, pp 8-10
Abstract

This part of the book comprises 15 papers, exploring tourism development. The first four papers examine the major issues involved in tourism including: privatization in the developing world, participatory planning, the systems approach to tourism development and funding. The next seven papers take...

Author(s)
Jenkins, C. L. (et al.)
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Tourism: the state of the art., 1994, pp 1-151
Abstract

With its diverse natural and cultural potential, Austria has become a 'world champion' in international tourism. Revenues of more than #13 000 million (in 1992) put Austria at number five in the world and make the tourism sector a vital part in the Austrian economy. However, due to changes in...

Author(s)
Zimmermann, F. M.
Citation
Geographische Rundschau, 1995, 47, 1, pp 30-37
Abstract

The management of natural resources in areas administered by the US National Park Service (NPS) is a complex and difficult task because of the dynamics and diversity inherent in natural ecosystems, the ecological linkages that exist and the limits on human intervention imposed by NPS policy. Large...

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Robisch, E.; Wright, R. G.
Citation
Natural Areas Journal, 1995, 15, 2, pp 117-123
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This article presents estimates of the cost to taxpayers stemming from selected resource extraction activities on public lands, including the hidden costs of species endangerment. Chosen for analysis were hard rock mining, logging, livestock grazing, water development projects that supply water and ...

Author(s)
Losos, E.; Hayes, J.; Phillips, A.; Wilcove, D.; Alkire, C.
Citation
BioScience, 1995, 45, 7, pp 446-455

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