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Whale-Watching : Sustainable Tourism and Ecological Management

Higham, James (EDT)   Bejder, Lars (EDT)   Williams, Rob (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2014/03
400 p. 64 b/w illus., 20 colour illus. 26 cm.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780521195973
KCN: 1019766287
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KDC: E260 ホスピタリティ・ツーリズム
G271 保全生物学
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A critical treatment of key issues, debates and discourses, providing broad insights and in-depth perspectives on key aspects of the global whale-watching industry. This volume gathers diverse disciplinary perspectives to address the barriers to sustainable practice and to promote sustainable whale-watching and restrained commercial exploitation of cetaceans.
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Table of Contents

List of contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Tourism, cetaceans and sustainable development: moving beyond simple binaries and intuitive assumptions James Higham, Lars Bejder and Rob Williams; Part I. The Historical and Contemporary Contexts: 2. Threats facing cetacean populations: the global context Rob Williams; 3. From adoration to exploitation: the historical and contemporary contexts of human-cetacean interactions Simon J. Allen; 4. Human attitudes and values: tradition versus transformation Peter Corkeron; 5. The whale-watch industry: historical development Erich Hoyt and Chris Parsons; 6. The International Whaling Commission (IWC) and whale-watching Carole Carlson, Naomi Rose, Hidehiro Kato and Rob Williams; Part II. Human Dimensions of Whale-Watching: 7. The whaling versus whale watching debate: the resumption of Icelandic whaling Marianne Helene Rasmussen; 8. Iceland and the resumption of whaling: an empirical study of the attitudes of international tourists and whale-watch tour operators Tommy Andersson, Beatrice Wende and Susanna Gothall; 9. Green messengers or nature's spectacle: understanding visitor experiences of wild cetacean tours Heather Zeppel and Sue Muloin; 10. Whale-watching: an effective education programme is no fluke Genevieve Johnson and Cynde McInnis; 11. What's in it for the whales? Exploring the potential contribution of environmental interpretation to conservation Mark Orams, Paul Forestell and Jonathon Spring; 12. Integrating traditional ecological knowledge and community engagement in marine mammal protected areas Naomi McIntosh, Kepa Maly and John N. Kittinger; Part III. Ecological Dimensions of Whale-Watching: 13. Understanding the ecological effects of whale-watching on cetaceans Fredrik Christiansen and David Lusseau; 14. Whale-watching and behavioural ecology Rochelle Constantine; 15. Energetic linkages between short-term and long-term effects of whale-watching disturbance on cetaceans: an example drawn from northeast Pacific resident killer whales David E. Bain, Rob Williams and Andrew W. Trites; 16. Ecological constraints and the propensity for population consequences of whale-watching disturbances David Lusseau; 17. The use of area-time closures as a tool to manage cetacean-watch tourism Julian Tyne, Neil Loneragen and Lars Bejder; Part IV. Sustainable Management - Insights and Issues: 18. The socioeconomic, educational and legal aspects of whale-watching: a Scottish case study Chris Parsons; 19. Vigilance, resilience and failures of science and management: spinner dolphins and tourism in Hawai'i David W. Johnston; 20. A multi-agent model to simulate whale-watching tours: the case of the St Lawrence Estuary in Quebec, Canada Clement Chion, Jacques-Andre Landry, Lael Parrott, Danielle Marceau, Philippe Lamontagne, Samuel Turgeon, Robert Michaud, Cristiane C. A. Martins, Nadia Menard, Guy Cantin and Suzan Dionne; 21. Cetacean-watching in developing countries: a case study from the Mekong River Isabel Beasley, Lars Bejder and Helene Marsh; 22. Whale-watching and community development: the Kaikoura (New Zealand) story David G. Simmons; 23. Management of dusky dolphin tourism at Kaikoura (New Zealand) David Lundquist; 24. Save the whales part 2: a new science advocacy communication framework Wiebke Finkler; 25. Time to rethink: fostering the nascent 'sustainability paradigm' James Higham, Lars Bejder and Rob Williams; Index.