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The case is reported of a 30 year old Swedish woman visiting Gambia as a tourist and contracting infection with Trypanosoma gambiense. There was a red papule and erythematous area on the thigh and many trypanosomes in the blood. She was treated with 10 intramuscular injections of 200 mg....

Author(s)
Sterner, G.; Nasander, L.
Citation
Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1977, 9, 2, pp 154-156
Abstract

Scandinavia's four main states, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden have a unique variety of tourist attractions ranging from spectacular scenery to general informality and tolerance. Its drawbacks are the climate and the high cost of living. Analyses are made of numbers of arrivals; mode of...

Citation
International Tourism Quarterly, 1978, 2, pp 38-62
Abstract

Finland is normally visited by about 10 million people a year, divided between different means of transport: ferries 2.5 million; international flights 1.9 million; cars at the land borders 5.2 million. A special study of the tourists entering Finland over 14 cross-points of the border was made by...

Author(s)
Eriksson, G. A.
Citation
Meddelanden frǻn Ekonomisk-Geografiska Institutionen, Handelshögsholan, Ǻbo Akademi, 1979, No. 13, pp 11pp.
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Planning considerations and restraints as they affect tourism projects in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Munich, Vienna and Rome were compared. The different methods of planning for tourism, the methods of dealing with particular problems and providing the necessary atmosphere in the cities...

Author(s)
Chenery, R.
Publisher
British Tourist Board., London, UK
Citation
A comparative study of planning considerations and constraints affecting tourism projects in the principal European capitals., 1979,
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The object of the study-tour was to evaluate the development and impact of the tourist industry in Denmark, both in terms of its relationship to Government, to the tourist trade, and to the environment. Marketing and publicity were considered in relationship to the provision of facilities. An...

Author(s)
Travis, A. S.; Hamblin, J.
Citation
Research Memorandum, Centre for Regional Urban and Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham, 1981, No. 89, pp 126pp.
Abstract

Food produced from unpolluted ingredients is becoming popular. Ecotourism would provide holidays for people wanting to eat and use only natural products, courses teaching the use of such foodstuffs, and ecological tourist centres including ecological tourist villages built within active...

Author(s)
Hemmi, J.
Publisher
UN, Economic Commission for Europe, New York, USA
Citation
Ecological tourism (ecotourism) - a new viewpoint. (Report presented at FAO/ECE Working Party on Agrarian Structure and Farm Rationalization, Symposium on Agriculture and Tourism, Mariehamn, Finland, 7-12 June 1982)., 1982, pp 4pp.
Abstract

Two different systems which may be chosen by a Norwegian farmer who wants to go into the tourist business are described: rent-the-land system where the farmer rents the land to somebody who builds his own cottage or even hotels on this land; the other method is the cottage-renting system. Under...

Author(s)
Reisegg, F.; Sjøtviet, O.
Publisher
UN, Economic Commission for Europe, New York, USA
Citation
Farm tourism in Norway. (Report presented at FAO/ECE Working Party on Agrarian Structure and Farm Rationalization, Symposium on Agriculture and Tourism, Mariehamn, Finland, 7-12 June 1982)., 1982, pp 18pp.
Abstract

In Sweden the number of 'leisure' cottages increased from 300 000 to 600 000 from 1960 to 1970. This report studies the connection between agriculture and tourism, its volume, economic conditions, and the effects on local services and employment. It is concluded that: the social and environmental...

Author(s)
Cedrins, R.
Publisher
UN, Economic Commission for Europe, New York, USA
Citation
Small-scale tourism in Sweden. (Report presented at FAO/ECE Working Party on Agrarian Structure and Farm Rationalization, Symposium on Agriculture and Tourism, Mariehamn, Finland, 7-12 June 1982)., 1982, pp 9pp.
Abstract

New technology has wide implications for the marketing of travel and tourism. If communication media and retail selling mechanisms change, new methods of marketing will emerge. Four papers are presented on how new technology can be used effectively. The first paper presents the results of an...

Publisher
British Tourist Authority., London, UK
Citation
Technology in the world of travel. A report of the seminar held at the 1981 World Travel Market, London., 1982, pp 23pp.
Abstract

The findings of a number of studies into the outdoor recreation and holiday habits of the population of Norway are used to indicate how family sport is organized in that country. Factors considered include activities, availability and distance from sport centres and recreation areas, previously...

Author(s)
Mo, B. S.
Publisher
Centre for Leisure Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
Citation
Family sport and leisure. Proceedings 9th International 'Sport and Leisure' seminar, International Council of Sport and Physical Education, Brugges, Belgium, 9-13 September, 1981, 1982, pp 377-389

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