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The objectives of the research were to identify the potential of marine natural resources as the object and attraction of marine ecotourism, and to compile the development plan at Marsegu Island Nature Tourism Park (NTP) based on the Tourism Suitability Index (TSI) and carrying capacity. Data...

Author(s)
Lelloltery, H.; Pudyatmoko, S.; Fandelli, C.; Baiquni, M.
Publisher
Society for Indonesian Biodiversity, Surakata, Indonesia
Citation
Biodiversitas: Journal of Biological Diversity, 2018, 19, 3, pp 1089-1096
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Recent development of marine tourism in Penuktukan Village, Sub district Tejakula of the Buleleng Regency in Bali has been contributed to the coral reef ecosystem. The aim of the research was to determines the coral reefs coverage, coral reef and fishes diversity in Penuktukan Villages, Sub...

Author(s)
Herawati, L.; Hakim, L.; Guntur
Publisher
Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia
Citation
Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies, 2016, 4, 3, pp 123-128
Abstract

In the wider caribbean, the cruise tourism boom is causing a transition from land-based (hotel) to ship-based (cruise ship) tourism. Associated with this boom has been an increase in the size of the cruise ships, with many now being Panamax/post-Panamax "mega" cruise ships. The...

Author(s)
Jones, R. J.
Publisher
University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, Miami, USA
Citation
Bulletin of Marine Science, 2011, 87, 3, pp 659-679
Full TextCABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for Case Study Turkey: Climate change and coastal tourism: impacts of climate change on the Turquoise Coast.

This chapter tries to assess the severity of expected climate change impacts on tourism at the Turquoise Coast (Turkey) and build up an adaptation agenda for the concerned parties. First, sea level rise projections are considered to understand the degree of exposure at the immediate coastal zone. A ...

Author(s)
Demiroglu, O. C.; Akbas, A.; Turp, M. T.; Ozturk, T.; An, N.; Kurnaz, M. L.
ISBN
2018 CABI (H ISBN 9781780648439)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for Climate change - coral reefs and dive tourism in South-east Asia.

This chapter discusses the implications of global climate change on dive tourism in South East Asia, focusing on the Coral Triangle sites of Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines and Thailand. These implications will differ according to the nature of the reefs in the area under consideration, the ...

Author(s)
Dearden, P.; Manopawitr, P.
ISBN
2011 CABI (H ISBN 9781845935481)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

The Recifes dos Corais Protected Area (APARC), located in Rio Grande do Norte, encompasses the Maracajaú reef, one of the main tourist hot spots of the state. Given the importance of APARC to the protection of the coral reefs and for tourism, the aim of this research was to identify the image that ...

Author(s)
Silva, C. B. da; Ferreira, R. G.; Amaral, R. F. do
Publisher
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Citation
Caderno Virtual de Turismo, 2009, 9, 2, pp 85-102
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Pasir Putih beach of Situbondo has coral reefs resources to support ecotourism program. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the structure of coral reef community in Pasir Putih beach. This study was taken place at four sites namely; Batu Lawang, Teluk Pelita, Karang Mayit, and Karang pon-pon....

Author(s)
Khusnah, A.; Retnaningdyah, C.; Kurniawan, N.
Publisher
Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia
Citation
Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies, 2019, 7, 1, pp 32-38
Abstract

Ecotourism has been recognized as an alternative to conventional 'mass tourism'. This paper suggests that community-based ecotourism development in Bunaken National Park (BNP) in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, will increase awareness of resource conservation and economic returns. BNP is the area...

Author(s)
Lagarense, B.
Publisher
Centre for Research on Tourism, Bandung, Indonesia
Citation
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism, 2003, 2, 1, pp 61-70
Abstract

Concentrating tourism activities can be an effective way to closely manage high-use parks and minimize the extent of the effects of visitors on plants and animals, although considerable investment in permanent tourism facilities may be required. On coral reefs, a variety of human-related...

Author(s)
Lamb, J. B.; Willis, B. L.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Boston, USA
Citation
Conservation Biology, 2011, 25, 5, pp 1044-1052
Abstract

This research objective was snorkeling carrying capacity (CC) assessment and recommendations guidelines for tourism management measures for shallow reef at Khai Nok Island, Phang Nga province. Data collection utilized questionnaire survey from population sampling of 400 visitors who engaged in...

Author(s)
Kongkaew, C.; Butrat, P.; Pongsuwan, N.; Boupech, P.
Publisher
Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies, Mahidol University, Nakhan Pathom, Thailand
Citation
Environment and Natural Resources Journal, 2013, 11, 1, pp 70-87

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