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Abstract

This is a report of a study undertaken to develop a product information base and an economic impact analysis upon which governments, municipalities and the private sector may consider long range planning and investment decisions related to the cruise sectors on the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence and...

Publisher
The Economic Planning Group of Canada, Daniel Arbour et Associés, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Situational analysis of the overnight and excursion cruise industry on the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence River and interconnecting waterways: Executive summary volume 1 - overnight cruise ships; Executive summary volume 2 - excursion boats., 1991, pp 38pp.; 23pp.
Abstract

In addition to forming an important part of the nation's transport and drainage systems, the UK's network of inland waterways provides considerable social benefits from its use in recreation. Commercial recreation extracts some form of payment, for example cruising, which requires mooring licences...

Author(s)
Willis, K.; Garrod, G.
Citation
Regional Studies, 1991, 25, 6, pp 511-524
Abstract

In 1989, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Bureau of Law Enforcement initiated an intensive study of recreational boating in Wisconsin. Objectives were to provide information on boaters' activities and experiences that could be applied to work-load analysis, boater education...

Author(s)
Penaloza, L. J.
Publisher
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Citation
Boating pressure on Wisconsin's lakes and rivers: results of the 1989-1990 Wisconsin Recreational Boating Study, Phase 1., 1991, pp 52pp.