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Flagship Species Case Studies in Wildlife Tourism Management

Edited By: M Shackley
Manufacturer: Ecotourism Society
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Consists of case studies examining the management and impact of tourism focused around a single animal species, or a group of species. Cases are drawn from a variety of world habitats that feature large, endangered and often spectacular `flagship species' that form the basis for regional or international ecotourism developments.

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Edited By: M Shackley
Manufacturer: Ecotourism Society
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