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Climate Change And Nature-Based Tourism: How Do Different Types Of Visitors Respond?

Allie McCreary, E. Seekamp, Lincoln R. Larson, Jordan W. Smith, M. Davenport
Published 2020 · Geography

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Climate change will impact nature-based tourism communities by altering weather patterns and influencing the supply of outdoor recreation resources. Visitors to these such destinations respond thro...
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