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  • Sviluppo turistico e criminalita Tourist development and criminality
  • The province of Zeeland is one of the most important tourist regions in the Netherlands. The A. examines the stages in development, with the stagnation and accelerated growth in the eighties, and the impact of the tourist development with particular
  • reference to socio-cultural aspects (impact of so-called recreation criminality). The conclusions are about prevention and demarketing politics. - (AGD)
  • 1990
  • Spatial patterns of international tourist flows : towards a theoretical framework
  • Behaviour ; International tourism ; Spatial interaction ; Tourism ; Tourism area ; Tourist flow
  • The first aim of the paper is to provide an overview of the major aspects of research into the spatial patterns of international tourist flows from the early 1960s up to the present. The second is to assess critically the achievements made
  • 1990
  • Africa ; International tourism ; Maghreb ; Morocco ; Regional economy ; Seaside tourism ; Society ; Tourism ; Touristic planning ; Touristical equipment ; Touristical flow ; Tunisia
  • 1990
  • Impact of tourists on carbon dioxide levels at Jenolan Caves, Australia : an examination of microclimatic constraints on tourist cave management
  • 1990
  • Consumer behaviour ; Demand ; Leisure ; Netherlands (The) ; Planning ; Space time ; Tourism ; Touristic resort
  • analysis of tourist-recreation behaviour is necessary in identifying these complexes. - (AGD)
  • 1990
  • Measuring the local employment impact of a tourist attraction : an empirical study
  • 1990
  • Economic policy ; Mexico ; Planning ; Seaside resort ; Tourism ; Touristic planning ; Touristical equipment
  • 1990
  • Attractiveness as a tourist destination : a comparative study of Thailand and selected countries
  • 1990
  • If the longer-term sustainability of tourist environments is to be maintained, tourism has to be restructured along ecological lines that take into account recreational carrying capacities, valuing local people, and « doing more with less ». - (DWG)
  • 1990
  • Austria ; Modernization ; Touristical flow ; Transport ; Transport network
  • and the private automobile transport companies. In 1984 Austria announced a 10-year plan of « tourist process », which is under realisation. - (MB)
  • 1990
  • Les fluctuations des glaciers Columbia Icefield et Athabasca constituent une source d'information intéressante pour les scientifiques mais également un centre d'attraction pour les touristes. Le Canada a su concilier l'accueil des touristes et la
  • 1990
  • Optimizing tourist policy : a linear programming approach
  • 1990
  • Coastal environment ; Poland ; Tourism ; Touristic site
  • 1990
  • Florida ; Hawaii ; Hotel trade ; Leisure ; Location ; Nevada ; Tourism ; Touristic resort ; United States
  • 1990
  • Italy ; Lake ; Tourism ; Tourist flow ; Trentino-Alto Adige ; Veneto
  • 1990
  • Tourist-oriented businesses cluster near the beach in seaside resorts. Morphological examination of the evolution of these districts in eight resorts in west Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas and Mexico. - (DWG)
  • 1990
  • Regional geography ; Romania ; Tourism ; Touristic region
  • 1990
  • Histoire de l'hébergement à Pérouse où une longue tradition d'hôtellerie, liée aux marchands, se perpétue aujourd'hui (services aux touristes et aux étudiants étrangers). -(MLG)
  • 1990
  • Nainital is a Himalayan tourist center with a basin lake flanked by high ridges, easy access from the plains of north India, cool summers and a peaceful atmosphere for relaxation and recreation. Problems are the high cost of living, inadequate
  • 1990
  • Free time ; German Democratic Republic ; Germany ; Housing ; Leisure ; Recreation behaviour ; Second home ; Tourism ; Touristical equipment
  • 1990