Whale shark "ecotourism" in the Phillipines and Belize: Evaluating conservation and community benefits

Quiros, A.L. et al. Yale Tropical Research Bulletin 24: 42-48 2005
Primary Country: multiple

Behaviour and conservation of whale sharks on the Belize Barrier Reef

Graham, R.T. et al. Ph.D. University of York, York, UK. 408pp. 2003
Primary Country: Thailand

Global whale shark tourism: a "golden goose" of sustainable and lucrative income

Graham, R.T. et al. Shark News 16: 8-9 2004
Primary Country: Belize

Socio-economic aspects of the tiger shark diving industry within the Aliwal Shoal Marine Protected Area, South Africa

Dicken, M.L. et al. African Journal of Marine Science, 31:2, 227-232, DOI: 10.2989/ AJMS.2009.31.2.10.882 2009
Primary Country: Southern Africa

Marine-based tourism in Gansbaai: A socio-economic study.

Hara, M. et al. Final report for the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT), South Africa, 55 pp. 2003
Primary Country: South Africa

Management Plan for the Ningaloo Marine Park and Murion Islands, Marine Management Area, 2005-2015: Management Plan Number 52.

Western Australia, Department of Conservation and Land Management et al. CALM, 111 pp. 2005
Primary Country: Thailand

Whale sharks in Ningaloo Marine Park: managing tourism in an Australian marine protected area

Davis, D. et al. Tourism Management, 18: 259-271 1997
Primary Country: Australia

Development of a Sustainable Shark Diving Ecotourism Industry in the Maldives: Challenges and Opportunities

Martin, R.A. et al. Maldives Marine Research Bulletin, Vol. 9 20 December 2006, 56 pp. 2006
Primary Country: Maldives

The Shark Fisheries of the Maldives

Anderson, R.C. et al. Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture, Republic of Maldives and FAO of the UN, pp. 84. 1993
Primary Country: Maldives

Private Sector Management of Marine Protected Areas: The Chumbe Island Case

Riedmille, S. In: H.S.J. Cesar (ed.). Collected Essays on the Economics of Coral Reefs. CORDIO, Kalmar University, Sweden. p. 228-240. 2000
Primary Country: Tanzania

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