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New frontiers in marine tourism: diving experiences, sustainability, management

Author: Garrod, Brian ; Gössling, Stefan Series: Advances in tourism research Publisher: Elsevier, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 248 p. : Ill./Maps ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780080453576Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


New Frontiers in Marine Tourism: Diving Experiences, Sustainability, Management
List of Figuresvii
List of Tablesix
List of Photographsxi
List of Boxesxiii
Section I: Introduction
1.Introduction 3
Brian Garrod and Stefan Gössling
Section II: The Diving Tourism Experience
2. Market Segments and Tourist Typologies for Diving Tourism31
Brian Garrod
3. Perceptions of and Interactions with Marine Environments: Diving Attractions from Great Whites to Pygmy Seahorses49
Carl Cater
Section III: Environmental, Economic and Social Impacts of Diving Tourism
4. Diving and Global Environmental Change: A Mauritius Case Study67
Stefan Gössling, Olof Lindén, Jayne Helmersson, Jeanette Liljenberg and Serwa Quarm
5. Vulnerability of Marine Mammals to Diving Tourism Activities93 Susanna Curtin and Brian Garrod
6. Environmental Management and Education: The Case of PADI115 Anna Lindgren, Jessica Palmlund, Ida Wate and Stefan Gössling
Section IV: Management of Diving Tourism
7. Dive Tourism, Sustainable Tourism and Social Responsibility:
A Growing Agenda139 Claudia Townsend
8. Diverting Pressure from Coral Reefs: Artificial Underwater Parks
as a Means of Integrating Development and Reef Conservation153 Peter van Treeck and Michael Eisinger
9. Attitudes to and Preferences of Divers towards Regulation171 Nola Barker and Callum Roberts
10. Interpretation and Environmental Education as Conservation Tools189 Claudia Townsend
11. Managing Risk in Tourist Diving: A Safety-Management Approach201 Christopher Caron, Kay Dimmock, and Jeff Wilks
Subject Index221

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