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Record #179637:

Pioneers of polar tourism and their legacy / John M. Snyder.

Title: Pioneers of polar tourism and their legacy / John M. Snyder.
Author(s): Snyder, John M.
Date: 2007.
Publisher: Wallingford: CAB International
In: Prospects for polar tourism. (2007.),
Abstract: Historical account of polar tourism. Identifies two distinct forms of tourism: independent travel (attracting individuals with personal curiosity and wanderlust), and mass tourism (providing variety of experiences to be shared by groups of people travelling together). Notes that each form has firmly-established distinct patterns of resource uses, human behaviour and economic dependencies that influence polar regions.
Notes:

In: Prospects for polar tourism / John M. Snyder, Bernard Stonehouse, eds.

Keywords: 33 -- Economics.
796.51 -- Walking, rambling and hiking.
796.51.7 -- Tourism.
799 -- Fishing, hunting and shooting for sport.
91(091) -- Exploration, history.
93 -- History.
Q -- Land use, planning and recreation.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 179637

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