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ISBN: 0471949213
Author: Colin Michael Hall,Margaret E. Johnston
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 21, 1995)
Pages: 346
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This book provides the first comprehensive overview of tourism in the polar regions and addresses not only the impacts of tourism on these fragile regions, but also the ways by which it may be managed and regulated.

This book provides the first comprehensive overview of tourism in the polar regions and addresses not only the impacts of tourism on these fragile regions, but also the ways by which it may be managed and regulated. It illustrates potential mechanisms by which tourism in environmentally sensitive and culturally unique areas can become sustainable. Polar Tourism is an invaluable book for students of tourism, northern studies, polar studies, and resource, environmental, and wilderness management.

Books by C. Michael Hall.

The first comprehensive overview of tourism in the world's polar regions-its effects on the environment and the social impacts on indigenous peoples. International authors examine the management of polar tourism at operational and policy levels with particular reference to the roles and responsibilities of government, tour operators and visitors. Books by C. Michael Hall

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Polar Tourism: Tourism in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions. New York and Chichester: John Wiley and Sons, xvi + 329 p, illustrated, hard cover. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 27 October 2009. Send article to Kindle.

Colin Michael Hall, Margaret E. Johnston. and its social impact on the indigenous peoples

Colin Michael Hall, Margaret E. and its social impact on the indigenous peoples. This book provides the first comprehensive overview of tourism in the polar regions and addresses not only the impacts of tourism on these fragile regions, but also the ways by which it may be managed and regulated.

Arctic tourism: state and prospects for Russia. Tourism is the key factor of human presence in the Arctic region. The number of tourist visits has been growing extensively since the end of XX century. The Arctic region is not regarded only as prospective region for oil and gas industry but now it is also recognized as the region with high potential for tourism development

Hall, C. M. & Wouters, M. (1995) Issues in Antarctic tourism, in: C. Hall & M. E. Johnston (Eds) Polar Tourism: Tourism in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions, pp. 147 – 166. (Tourism: Economic, Physical and Social Impacts.

Hall, C. The article provides an overview of the development of tourism in Antarctica, visitor activity, and the impacts of sea, air, and land-based tourism.

The world’s polar regions are attracting more interest than ever before. It explores the development and prospects of polar tourism, as well as tourism’s impacts and associated change at high latitudes from environmental, economic, social and political perspectives.

Polar Tourism Tourism in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions Edited by Colin Michael Hall University of Canberra, Australia and Margaret E. Johnston Lakehead University, Canada The world’s polar regions have witnessed rapid tourism growth in the past decade, and although this may have been a welcome economic boon, substantial questions are now being asked about the effects of tourism on the environment and its social impact on the indigenous peoples. This book provides the first comprehensive overview of tourism in the polar regions and addresses not only the impacts of tourism on these fragile regions, but also the ways by which it may be managed and regulated. It illustrates potential mechanisms by which tourism in environmentally sensitive and culturally unique areas can become sustainable. Polar Tourism is an invaluable book for students of tourism, northern studies, polar studies, and resource, environmental, and wilderness management.

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