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Arrivals to New Zealand for the period upto the end of March 1999 are presented. Data are presented by intended length of stay; market and purpose of visit; region; age; gender; and port of entry. More detailed information is presented for the main generating markets: USA, Canada and Japan.

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New Zealand International Visitor Arrivals, 1999, No. March, pp 36 pp.
Abstract

This study was designed to identify ecotourism opportunities desired by visitors and potential visitors to northern Ontario, Canada, to develop segmentation profiles of potential ecotourists, and to identify specific sectors that would provide a demand for ecotourism. The study was conducted using...

Author(s)
Twynam, G. D.; Robinson, D. W.
Publisher
Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Ontario Region, Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
Citation
NODA/NFP Technical Report, 1997, No. TR/34, pp 52 pp.
Abstract

This report presents development theories which explain the major affects on tourism patterns of the staging of three Winter Olympic Games: Calgary, Canada (1988); Albertville, France (1992); and Lillehammer, Norway (1994). The international comparisons suggest that impact on tourism from such...

Author(s)
Teigland, J.
Publisher
Western Norway Research Institute (Vestlandsforsking), Sogndal, Norway
Citation
Impacts on tourism from mega-events: the case of Winter Olympic Games., 1996, pp 57 pp.
Abstract

The book describes tourists and tourism in early 20th century North America at a time and a place where the automobile popularized travel, spreading the advantages of tourism from society's elite to the masses. Motorists broke the bounds of city and town to roam the countryside and the highway, and ...

Author(s)
Jakle, J. A.
Publisher
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
Citation
The tourist: travel in twentieth-century North America., 1985, pp 382pp.
Abstract

This edition is an updated and expanded verison of the 6th edition, 1981, which reported on statistics up to 1979. This edition reports on travel statistics up to 1982 is divided into three parts: (1) USA; (2) Canada; and (3) General. Statistics are provided on visits to recreation areas, number of ...

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Travel trends in the United States and Canada., 1984, Ed. 7, pp 262pp.
Abstract

The objectives of the first report were to provide an estimate of numbers of visitors to the Canadian Northwest Territories (N.W.T.), their characteristics and demographics, expenditure, length of stay, trip purpose, party size and other standard travel data. Data were collected from five economic...

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Visitors to the Northwest Territories and activity of Northwest tourism businesses 1983., 1984, pp 13pp.
Abstract

The volume reports statistics on travel in the USA and Canada from 250 different sources. In spite of shortcomings of the data (lack of a uniform methodology for data gathering, and incomplete data series which resulted in the use of 1982 data) it highlights the economic importance of tourism and...

Author(s)
Goeldner, C. R.; Duea, K. P.
Publisher
Business Research Division, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA
Citation
Travel trends in the United States and Canada., 1984, pp 262pp.
Abstract

The potential for further development of the tourism industry in British Columbia appears virtually limitless on the basis of the quality and variety of natural and man-made attractions available. Although the benefits of tourism are far-reaching, tourist activity has the potential to be a socially ...

Author(s)
D'Amore, L. J.
Publisher
University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada
Citation
Tourism in Canada: selected issues and options., 1983, pp 135-159
Abstract

The handbook records the extent of tourism in Ontario, along with travel by Ontario residents to foreign destinations. The data are presented in seven sections. The first section on selected influences on travel outlines some demographic projections along with income, price and exchange rate...

Citation
Ontario tourism statistical handbook 1983., 1983, pp 83pp.
Abstract

Processes and changing patterns of recreational land use in Canada are examined thematically. Papers include: Themes in the investigation of the evolution of outdoor recreation (J. Marsh and G. Wall, pp.1-12); Recreational resource evaluation (G. Wall, pp.15-25); and Pioneer recreation and social...

Author(s)
Wall, G.; Marsh, J. S.
Publisher
Carleton University Press, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Citation
Recreational land use. Perspectives on its evolution., 1982, pp 436pp.

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