By: Paul FJ Eagles, Margaret E Bowman and Teresa Chan-Hing Tao
99 pages, Bw photos, tabs
Collection of material useful to planners and managers of parks and protected areas in East Asia. Designed to help them think about the influx of tourism to natural protected areas, and to urge them to consciously plan for management of the interactions of tourists and the natural and cultural environment. General suggestions have been made that each jurisdiction and park can use when developing their own approaches to policy development, funding, implementation and management.
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