Some new entries in our bibliography

Some new entries in our bibliography

Bowen, J. , Bowen, M. (2011). The Great Barrier Reef. History, Science, Heritage. Cambridge University Press; Reissue edition

Curtin, S. (2009). “From sandals and beards to sophisticated urbanities: The opportunities and management  dilemmas of dynamic wildlife tourism sector.”  18th International Research Conference: 10th – 13th February 2009 at the Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia.

Curtin, S. (2010). “Being on a wildlife tour: Negotiating the hidden tensions of overt participant observation.”

Curtin, S. (Sep- Nov 2009). “Wildlife Tourism: The intangible, psychological benefits of human-wildlife encounters.” Current Issues In Tourism, Vol. 12:451-274.

Curtin, S. (2010). “What makes for memorable wildlife encounters? Revelations from “serious” wildlife tourists.”  Journal of Ecotourism. 2010 Vol.9:149-168

Curtin, S. (05/7/2009). “The self-presentation and self-development of serious wildlife tourists.” International Journal of Tourism Research. Volume 12(1):17–33, January/February 2010

Curtin, S. (2009). “Wildlife tourism: the intangible, psychological benefits of human-wildlife encounters.” Current Issues in Tourism 2009 Vol. 12:451-474. Carr, N.

Curtin, S. (2010). “Managing the wildlife tourism experience: The importance of Tour Leaders.” International Journal of Tourism Research, Vol 12:219-236.

http://bournemouth.academia.edu/SusannaCurtin/Papers/331710/Managing_the_Wildlife_Tourism_Experience_The_Importance_of_Tour_Leaders

Kummer, P. (2008). The Great Barrier Reef (Nature Wonders). Marshall Cavendish Children’s Books; 1 edition

Kras, S. L. Nov. (2009). Koalas. Pebble Plus: Australian Animals.

Massei, G.; Quy, R.J; Gurney, J; Cowan, D.P. (2010). “Can translocations be used to mitigate human–wildlife conflicts?” Wildlife Research 37(5) 428–439, CSIRO Publishing.

Philips, S. (01/17/2011). The people who would spare the cane toad. ABC Environment

Treves, A. ; Wallace, R.B; White, S.(05/15/2009).”Participatory Planning of Interventions to Mitigate Human–Wildlife Conflicts.” Conservation Biology

Weidner, S. (2009). The Quest for Authentic Experiences in Wildlife Tourism- a review of issues.


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