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Toth, S.
Citation
Proceedings of the Eighth World Forestry Congress, Jakarta, 16-28 Oct. 1978.: World Forestry Congress: Forestry for quality of life., 1978, No. FQL/27-2, pp ii + 8 pp.
Abstract

The 'Monitor' gives a yearly report on England's irreplaceable 'tourism assets'; historic buildings, ancient monuments and conservation areas. The information is broken down into counties and tourist board regions. It is admitted that conflict exists between conservation and tourism but this could...

Publisher
London., UK
Citation
English heritage monitor., 1978, pp 49pp.
Abstract

Amongst the main reasons why plants are threatened by extinction are the development of the tourist industry, road building, and their collection for horticultural or botanical purposes. Educating people in the value of their floral heritage and the need to conserve it is suggested as the best way...

Author(s)
Broussalis, P.
Citation
Naturopa, 1978, 31, pp 4-6
Abstract

The development of mass tourism has opened up an ever-increasing number of previously inaccessible sites and thus contributed to their destruction. Protective measures at national and international levels are discussed. These are for either partial or full protection but overall protection is...

Author(s)
Bugnot, P.
Citation
Naturopa, 1978, 31, pp 33-35
Abstract

Circeo National Park presents a series of environments of considerable naturalistic importance to which are added numerous traces of the various human cultures which have succeeded one another since prehistoric times. Although created in 1934, the park continued to be severely degraded by building...

Author(s)
Allavena, S.
Citation
Parks, 1978, 3, 3, pp 3-5
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The Bialowieza Forest is a remnant of the primeval forests of the Central European Plain. Poland has 58 thousand hectares while 85.5 thousand hectares belong to the Soviet Union. Bison still thrive there and it is noted for its international nature protection centre. The role of the forest as a ...

Author(s)
Wieko, E.
Publisher
Instituto Forestal Nacional., Buenos Aires, Argentina
Citation
Proceedings of the Seventh World Forestry Congress, Centro Cultural General San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4-18 October 1972, Vol.III., 1978, pp 4152-4158
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The study was designed to set out the broad factors underlying the viability of the rural sector and its significance in the island economy rather than provide a detailed assessment of the prospects for each technically feasible commodity. It is considered that the results are sufficiently...

Author(s)
Woodcock, R. F.
Citation
Occasional Paper, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Australia, 1978, No.46, pp 20pp.
Abstract

A collection of 27 papers from one national (1977) and two regional (1976 and 1977) seminars, entitled 'People and Forests', and dealing with the problems of regional development and forest conservation in the Himalayan region. The topics covered included: the problem of shifting cultivation; soil...

Publisher
Today & Tomorrow's Printers & Publishers., New Delhi, India
Citation
Man and forest (a new dimension in the Himalaya) (Proceedings of the seminars held in Shillong, Dehradun and New Delhi and organised by Himalaya Seva Sangh [Society for Service in the Himalaya], Rajghat, New Delhi)., 1979, pp xxiv + 329 pp.
Abstract

The growing demand for recreation has meant that tourism has reached almost all parts of the world. Two sides of this phenomena are considered. Firstly, tourism as a consumer of nature, then tourism as an active protector of nature. Tourism is a great consumer of space but only well-preserved...

Author(s)
Stankovic, S. M.
Citation
Tourist Review, 1979, 34, 3, pp 24-26
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Concern is expressed at the lack of protection for the few remaining wilderness areas in South Africa. Very little of the country's 3% of conservation areas approaches the wilderness concept, and much is being intensively developed to facilitate mass tourism. The economics of setting such land...

Author(s)
Ackerman, D. P.
Citation
South African Forestry Journal, 1979, 108, pp 2-4

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