378 pages, col plates, photos, maps, figs
The diversity of complementary landscape features makes volcanic and geothermal landforms very attractive to a broad spectrum of visitors. Visiting active volcanic and geothermal environments is not new. This form of tourism was included in the Grand Tour undertaken by many affluent Europeans several centuries ago in order to broaden their horizons.
This book provides the first global review and assessment of the sustainable use of active and dormant volcanic and geothermal environments for geotourism.
'Volcanoes attract tourists because of their beauty, excitement, and cultural aspects. This excellent book is an invaluable reference for volcano tourism and its management, bringing together contributions from experts in a variety of fields and geographic locations. Easy to read, full of practical advice, and very enjoyable.' Dr. Rosaly Lopes, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Author, "The Volcano Adventure Guide"
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