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European Forest Recreation and Tourism A Handbook

Edited By: Simon Bell, Murray Simpson, Ulrike Probstl, Tuija Sievanen and L Tyrvainen
240 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
European Forest Recreation and Tourism
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About this book

This new handbook draws on an EU-wide project (Cost-33) which over the last four years has collected the expertise of more than 80 professionals and academics, from 24 countries in Europe, on forest recreation and nature tourism research, planning and management. It will bring together the most up to date, state of the art knowledge and make it available to policy makers, planners, managers and students. This topic has been badly in need of synthesis and analysis, as current practice is very diffuse. The book invites learning from shared experience and is both a handbook for policy makers, planners and managers but also a major resource for students of forestry, countryside management, landscape architecture, recreation planning and tourism development and management.

Contents

Introduction "Simon Bell and Jon Geir Petursson "1. Forest Recreation and Nature Tourism in Europe: Context, history, and current Situation "Ulrike Probstl, Birgit Elands and Veronika Wirth "Part 1 2. Evaluating the Economic and Social Benefits of Forest Recreation and Nature Tourism "Liisa Tyrvainen, Matthias Buchecker, Dijana Vuletic and Barbara Degenhart "3. Integrating Forest Recreation and Nature Tourism into the Rural Economy "Murray Simpson, Viliam Pichler, Suzanne Martin and Renze Brouwer "4. Instruments for Developing Recreation and Nature Tourism in Forests "Kevin Collins, Renze Brouwer, Renata Giedych and Niels Strange" Part 2 5. Monitoring of Forest Recreation Demand "Tuija Sievanen, Arne Arnberger, Jeoffrey Dehez and Frank SA ndergaard Jensen "6. Assessing and Planning the Supply of Opportunities for Forest Recreation and Nature Tourism "Hans Skov-Petersen and Martin Goossen "Part 3 7. Strategic Planning of Forest Recreation and Nature Tourism "Simon Bell, Agata Cieszewska and Jose Castro "8. The Recreation Planning Process "Renate Burger-Arndt and Simon Bell "9. Site Planning and Design for Recreation and Nature Tourism "Roger Worthington, Art McCormack and Barbara Mariotti"

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Edinburgh College of Art, UK University of Oxford, UK METLA (Finnish Forest Research Institute), Finland University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria
Edited By: Simon Bell, Murray Simpson, Ulrike Probstl, Tuija Sievanen and L Tyrvainen
240 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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