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Managing coastal tourism resorts : a global perspective / edited by Sheela Agarwal and Gareth Shaw
Bib ID 4271364
Format BookBook
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Description Clevedon [England] ; Buffalo, NY : Channel View Publications, c2007 
xvii, 326 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9781845410735
1845410734
9781845410728
1845410726
9781845410742
1845410742
Series

Aspects of tourism ; 34.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-322) and index.

Subjects Seaside resorts -- Management.  |  Sustainable development.  |  Tourism.
Other authors/contributors Agarwal, Sheela, 1970-  |  Shaw, Gareth

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