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The impact of this road on the flora and fauna of the area, and the possible effects of in0reased tourist pressure are considered.

Author(s)
Stooker, G. A. C. R.
Publisher
Staatsbosbeheer., Utrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Recreatief gebruik van oud en nieuw Amelisweerd voor de aanleg van de RW 27., 1980, pp 56pp.
Abstract

Many different business concerns are involved in residential tourism (transport, banks, shops etc.). But as tourist trade is dependent on seasons it will influence temporary labour market to a greater extent than permanent labour market. In the future, the problems in industrial labour...

Author(s)
Schipper, C. de
Citation
Recreatie, 1979, 17, 7, pp 160-163
Abstract

This paper on tourism in Kenya deals in particular with the capital intensive nature of the industry, the reinvestment of profits, internal migration in search of employment and the contrast between the wealth circulating in the tourist industry and the poverty of the indigenous population.

Author(s)
Leeuw, W. de
Citation
Achtergrond, 1977, 3, 32, pp 8-12

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