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Methodologies for measuring thresholds of change from tourism impacts on New Zealand natural assets
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2004-11)
The demand to see and the level of diverse use made of natural assets by tourists is increasing and a methodology is needed to measure change in the condition of these assets and whether or not that change is acceptable ...
Biophysical impacts of tourism : an annotated bibliography
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre., 2001-05)
This annotated bibliography focuses on the biophysical impacts of tourism. Literature was sourced from scientific, managerial and industry publications. Annotations include a description of the activities, biophysical ...
Environmental indicators of tourism impacts on natural West Coast assets, Aotearoa New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2001-11)
We examined the environmental effects of visitor activities at three different natural assets (scenic icon sites, seabirds, and caves) on the West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand. To catalogue the effects of different ...
A framework for managing the biophysical effects of tourism on the natural environment in New Zealand
(Channel View Publications, 2002)
Tourists in New Zealand often impact on the natural environments that are the very reason for their visits. It is, therefore, necessary to manage those natural environments to help ensure that tourism is an environmentally ...
Sustainable management of natural assets used for tourism in New Zealand : a classification system, management guidelines and indicators
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2003-02)
Nature and recreation based activities are significant components of the tourism industry in New Zealand. Growing numbers of visitors, and the needs of statutory resource managers, have placed pressure on tourism operators ...
Issues and indicators of acceptable change : a study of visitors’ and stakeholders’ concerns about three natural attractions in the Paparoa area, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2001-03)
This report presents results from visitor surveys and stakeholder interviews at three natural attractions in the Paparoa National Park. The sites were the Pancake Rocks (Dolomite Point), the Fox River caves, and the Westland ...