The Encyclopedia of Ecotourism

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David Bruce Weaver
CABI, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 668 pages
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The Encyclopedia of Ecotourism provides an expert, state-of-the-art and comprehensive knowledge base of the rapidly growing global ecotourism sector. It is divided into eight major sections, and contains 41 chapters, individually authored by international researchers and practitioners in ecotourism. Each chapter combines theory and practice in a complementary way. The scope of the encyclopedia includes definitions and other contextual material, regional perspectives, venues, impacts, planning and management considerations, and issues associated with ecotourism businesses, research and training.
 

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Contents

Section 2 A Regional Survey by Continent
85
Section 3 A Regional Survey by Biome
189
Section 4 Ecotourism Venues
283
Section 5 Ecotourism Impacts
359
Section 6 Planning Management and Institutions
447
Section 7 The Business of Ecotourism
521
Section 8 Methodologies Research and Resources
595
Glossary
657
Index
663
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David B. Weaver, School of Tourism and Hotel Management, Griffith University.

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