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- Torres, Paulo, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal for nature conservation 2017 v.36 pp. 20-28
- aggression; ecotourism; fisheries; income; infancy; islands; males; questionnaires; sharks; socioeconomic status; socioeconomics; willingness to pay; Austria; Azores; Germany; Mid-Atlantic region
- ... In the Mid-Atlantic Azores, the emergence of a seasonal ecotourism shark diving industry strongly contrasts with a North Atlantic shark fishery for regional, national and foreign fleets. Shark diving may provide an economic alternative to fishing, promoting an ecological and economical sustainable use of these animals, favouring their conservation. Understanding socio-economic aspects of this new ...
- Nunes, Paulo A. L. D., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Environmental management 2011 v.48 no.3 pp. 418-435
- e-mail; econometrics; introduced species; invasive species; issues and policy; psychosocial factors; questionnaires; research management; stakeholders; tourists; willingness to pay; Spain
- ... Biological invasions occur worldwide, and have been the object of ecological and socio-economic research for decades. However, the manner in which different stakeholder groups identify the problems associated with invasive species and confront invasive species management under different policies remains poorly understood. In this study, we conducted an econometric analysis of the social factors in ...