1 edition of Water management for visitor attractions. found in the catalog.
Water management for visitor attractions.
by Green Globe in London
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'The Development and Management of Visitor Attractions' fills a critical gap inside the literature on this shortly growing and important sector of tourism. It shows the most recent developments inside the topic and anticipates the impact of political, monetary, social . MANAGING VISITOR IMPACTS 3 MODULE 3 OVERVIEW As more people choose to live, work, and play along coasts and waterways, resource management professionals are challenged with balancing the changing demands of the public with the management of resources under their care. There are an .
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Preface to the first edition --Preface to the second edition --Acknowledgements --List of figures --List of tables --Pt The Context Introduction The role of visitor attractions in tourism The visitor attraction product The visitor attraction market The aims of this chapter are to: define interpretation and outline the roles it can play in the management of visitor attractions, describe a model and principles for the design of effective interpretation services in visitor attractions, and describe some of the challenges and future issues associated with using interpretation in visitor by:
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Divided into five parts, the book tackles the following core topics: • the role and nature of visitor attractions • the development of visitor attraction provision • the management of visitor attractions • the marketing of visitor attractions • future issues and trends With contributions from around the world, this is an essential.
She has also co-edited Managing Visitor Attractions: New Directions () with Alan Fyall and Brian Garrod and Heritage Visitor Attractions: An Operations Management Perspective () with Ian Yeoman.
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Now in its second edition, the successful 'Development and Management of Visitor Attractions' has been fully revised and updated to cover the latest issues in this ever-changing area of tourism. New features/topics include: * The Millennium Dome * National Lottery funded projects * International case studies.
It involves a wide range of stakeholders. This book demonstrates current knowledge on visitor management.
Visitor Management in Tourism Destinations provides insight into critical concepts such as the visitor experience, service quality, the uses of indicators and frameworks, and interpretation.
It also addresses current issues including the social and political dimensions of visitor management. 'The Development and Management of Visitor Attractions' 2nd Edition, covers every aspect of the process of developing and managing different kinds of attractions.
Theories explored throughout the text are illustrated through a range of examples and case studies drawn from a number of countries.
Now in its second edition, the successful 'Development and Management of Visitor Attractions' has been fully revised and updated to cover the latest issues in this ever-changing area of features/topics include:* The Millennium Dome* National Lottery funded projects* International case studies* Updated statistics and examplesThe author examines the factors that contribute to the 5/5(2).
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Visitor attractions represent a complex sector of the tourism industry and are the catalytic focus for the development of tourism infrastructure and services.
As this area grows, there are still many questions to be answered and issues to be understood – such as what visitor attractions actually are, what forces drive their development, who visits them and why, how they are funded, and.
Tools for visitor management A toolbox of strategies and tactics This chapter concentrates on the management of park visitation that already exists, and is occurring at levels that justify intervention of some sort. Note though that, while well-established protected areas in developed countries often receive large numbers ofFile Size: KB.
The 'Developement and Management of Visitor Attractions' serves as essential reading for any student or practitioner of visitor attractions it is well written, suitably organised and presents a structure upon which teachers of visitor attractions can plan and organise their by: Destination management organizations (DMO) are often the only advocates for a holistic tourism rivers, water bodies, scenic views, overlooks of forests (when the attraction is merely seeing and not Likewise attractions can draw visitors nationally and internationally.
Attractions can also be nested, one inside another. Durmitor National. She has also co-edited Managing Visitor Attractions: New Directions () with Alan Fyall and Brian Garrod and Heritage Visitor Attractions: An Operations Management Perspective () with Ian Yeoman.
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Latest industry news for Attractions,Theme Parks, Museums & Heritage, Arts, Visitor Attractions, Waterparks, Science Centres and Zoos & Aquariums from This chapter aims to enable the student to understand the range of opportunities provided by different types of tourist attraction; to differentiate between linear and nodal tourism, and man-made and natural attractions and categorize them; to appreciate the problems for attractions of changing taste and fashion, and propose solutions to overcome this; and to recognize the potential for new Cited by: 1.
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