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A FRAMEWORK TO GUIDE THE SUSTAINABILITY OF WILDLIFE TOURISM OPERATIONS: Examples of Marine Wildlife Tourism in Western Australia

By Kate Rodger, Amanda Smith, Claire Davis, David Newsome and Philip Patterson
A FRAMEWORK TO GUIDE THE SUSTAINABILITY OF WILDLIFE TOURISM OPERATIONS: Examples of Marine Wildlife Tourism in Western Australia
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The principal aim of this exploratory study is to develop and test the initial stages of a framework to assess the sustainability of marine wildlife tourism operations in Western Australia. In particular, this study uses the available research as a guide to understanding ecological, environmental, operational and social impacts of marine wildlife tourism on both marine wildlife and humans and subsequently develops a wildlife-auditing framework.
The principal aim of this exploratory study is to develop and test the initial stages of a framework to assess the sustainability of marine wildlife tourism operations in Western Australia. In particular, this study uses the available research as a guide to understanding ecological, environmental, operational and social impacts of marine wildlife tourism on both marine wildlife and humans and subsequently develops a wildlife-auditing framework. Reduce

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