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2011

Refereed papers:

Becken, S. (2011). Oil, the Global Economy and Tourism. Tourism Review. Accepted.

Becken, S. & Lennox, J. (2011). Implications of a long term increase in oil prices for tourism. Tourism Management. Available Online.

Becken, S. (2011). A critical review of Tourism and Oil. Annals of Tourism Research, 38(2), 359-79.

Brien, A, (2011). Developing Organisational Social Capital in Hotel: A (Future) Recession Proofing Approach, Journal of Hospitality Application & Research, Vol 6, No. 1, pp 43- 53.

Brien, A., & Smallman, C (2011). The Respected Manager: The Organisational Social Capital Developer, International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol 30, pp639-647.

Charters, S., Kolyneskova, N., Fountain, J., Ritchie, C., Thach, L., Dodd, T., Fish, N., Herbst, F. & Terblanche, N. (in press). Generation Y and sparkling wines: A cross-cultural perspective. International Journal of Wine Business Research, 23(2).

Dawson, D., Fountain J. & Cohen, D. (in press). Seasonality and the lifestyle ‘conundrum’: An analysis of lifestyle entrepreneurship in wine tourism regions. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research.

Fountain, J.M. & Lamb, C. (in press) Generation Y as young wine consumers in New Zealand: How do they differ from Generation X? International Journal of Wine Business Research, 23(2).

Fountain, J., Espiner, S. & Xie, X. (in press) A cultural framing of nature: Chinese tourists’ motivations for, expectations of, and satisfaction with their New Zealand tourist experience. Tourist Review International.

Forbes, S. L., Cohen, D. A., Wratten, S. D., Cullen, R. & Fountain, J. M. (in press). Food and wine production practices: an analysis of consumer views. Journal of Wine Research

Stewart, E. J., Dawson, J. D. & Draper, D. (in press) Cruise tourism and residents in Arctic Canada: Development of a resident attitude typology. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management.  

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D. (in press) Compte rendu des conclusions de recherche: étude de cas sur des travaux de recherche consacrés au tourisme communautaire dans le Nord Canadien. Téoros.

Wilson, J. & Becken, S. (2011). Perceived Deficiencies in the Provision of Climate and Weather Information for Tourism: A New Zealand Media Analysis. Accepted New Zealand Geographer.

Becken, S. (2011). A Critical Review of Tourism and Oil. Annals of Tourism Research, 38(2), 359-379.

Becken, S. & Hartmann, T. (2011). Wildniserbe und Naturtourismus in Neuseelands Nationalparken. Wilderness heritage and nature tourism in New Zealand’s National Parks. Themenheft „Nationalparks international“ „Natur und Landschaft“ Ausgabe 02/2011.

Becken, S. & Clapcott, R. (2011). Developing public policy for climate change in the tourism sector. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 3 (1), 1-17.

Becken, S. & Schiff, A. (2011). Distance Models for New Zealand International Tourists and the Role of Transport Prices. Journal of Travel Research, 50: 303-320.

Schiff, A. & Becken, S. (2011). Demand Elasticities for Tourism in New Zealand. Tourism Management,32(3), 564-575.

 

Books, Chapters and Reports:

Becken, S., Hay, J. & Espiner, S. (2011). The risk of climate change for tourism in the Maldives. In Buter, R. & Carlsen, J. (eds). Island Tourism Development. Journeys towards Sustainability. CABI, Oxford, Wallingford, UK.

Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., & Stewart, E.J. (eds.) (in press) Last Chance Tourism: Opportunities in a Changing World. Routledge: Abingdon.

Maher, P.T., Stewart, E.J. & Luck, M. (eds.) (2011) Polar tourism: Environmental, political and social dimensions. (Cognisant Communications: New York).

Stewart, E. J., Draper, D.L. & Dawson, J. D. (2011) Coping with change and vulnerability: A case study of resident attitudes toward tourism in Cambridge Bay and Pond Inlet, Nunavut, Canada. Maher, P.T., Stewart, E.J. & Luck, M. (eds.) Polar tourism: Environmental, political and social dimensions. (Cognisant Communications).

Wilson, J. & Becken, S. (2011). The distribution of climate and weather information for tourism in New Zealand. LEaP Research Paper 3. Available at www.lincoln.ac.nz/leap

Becken, S., Wilson, J. & Hughey, K. (2011). Planning for Climate, Weather and Other Natural Disasters – Tourism in Northland. LEaP Research Paper 1. Available at www.lincoln.ac.nz/leap

Stewart, E. J., Dawson., J. & Lemelin, H. (in press) Polar Bear Viewing Tourism in Transition. In Lemelin, H., Dawson., J., & Stewart, E. J. (in press) (Eds.) Last-Chance Tourism: Adapting Tourism Opportunities in a Changing World. Routledge: London.

 

Other:

Dawson, D., Fountain J., and Cohen, D. (2011) Place-based marketing and wine tourism: creating a point of difference and economic sustainability for small wineries. Refereed paper. Association of Wine Business Research (AWBR) Conference. 9-11 June, 2011. Bordeaux, France.

Fountain & Tompkins, J-M. (2011). The potential of wine tourism experiences to impart knowledge of sustainable practices: the case of the Greening Waipara biodiversity trails. Refereed paper. Association of Wine Business Research (AWBR) Conference. 9-11 June, 2011. Bordeaux, France.

Becken, S. (2011). Developing a resilience framework to assess tourism’s response to climatic events. Advancing the Social Science of Tourism 2011. 28th June - 1st July 2011, University of Surrey, United Kingdom.

Jeuring, J. & Becken, S. (2011). Who is protecting tourists in New Zealand from severe weather hazards? An exploration of the role of Locus Of Responsibility in protective behaviour decisions. Advancing the Social Science of Tourism 2011. 28th June - 1st July 2011, University of Surrey, United Kingdom. 

Becken, S. (2011). Responsible Aviation and Peak Oil. Presented at the ICRT Responsible Aviation conference, 17. June, Manchester, UK.

Becken, S. (2011). Tourist destinations as socio-ecological systems. Presented at the biennial conference of the International Academy for the Study of Tourism, 6-10 June, Taiwan.

Fountain, J. & Lamb, C. (2011). Wine consumption and purchase behaviour in high and low involvement situations: A comparison of Gen Y and older consumers. Refereed paper. Association of Wine Business Research (AWBR) Conference. 9-11 June, 2011. Bordeaux, France

Kolyneskova, N.V. & Fountain, J. (2011). How young people are socialised to wine: The experiences of the Generation Y cohort in the US and Australasia. Refereed paper. Association of Wine Business Research (AWBR) Conference. 9-11 June, 2011. Bordeaux, France.

Lama, L., Espiner, S. & Stewart, E. J. (2011) Pro-poor tourism planning and development in Nepal: A preliminary assessment of Appreciative Inquiry. 3rd International Conference on Special Interest Tourism & Destination Management. Kathmandu, Nepal, 27-30 April 2011.

Ritchie, C., Charters, S., Fountain, J., Kolyesnikova, N., Dodd, T., Thach, L., Fish, N., Herbst, F., Terblanche, N. (2011).  It’s my Party: Influences upon Young Adults to Consume Sparkling Wine and Champagne in Restaurants, Bars and Night Clubs. ICCAS 2011 (seventh International Conference on Culinary Arts and Sciences) Bournemouth University, UK, April

Dawson., J., Johnston, M.E, & Stewart, E. J. (2011) Environmental Change and Emerging Economies in Arctic Canada: Examining community vulnerability, resilience, and policy implications to increased marine traffic. Poster at Resilience 2011 - Arizona State University.

Stewart, E. J., & Dawson, J. (2011). A matter of good fortune? The grounding of the Clipper Adventurer in Arctic Canada. Arctic (InfoNorth). 

 

2010

Refereed papers:  

Brien, A, (2010) Managing Contingent Labour in the Hotel Industry by Developing Organising Social Capital. Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism, Vol 9. 163-178.

Buchmann, A.; Moore, K. & Fisher, D. (2010) Experiencing Fellowship: Film Tourism and Authenticity”. Annals of Tourism Research, 37(1), 229-248.

Dawson, J. Stewart, E.J. Lemelin, H. and Scott, D. (2010). The carbon cost of polar bear viewing tourism in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 18 (3) 319-336.

Moore, K. (2010) ‘Life was never meant to be easy’: A commentary on Rojek’s ‘Leisure and Emotional Intelligence.’ World Leisure Journal, 52(4), 257-260.

Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J., Maher, P. & Luck, M (2010). Last chance tourism: the doom, the gloom, and the boom of visiting vanishing destinations. Current Issues in Tourism 13 (5) 477-493.

Scott, D. & Becken, S. (2010). Adapting to Climate Change and Climate Policy: Progress, Problems and Potentials. In Scott, D. & Becken, S. (2010). Adapting to Climate Change and Climate Policy. Special Issue Journal of Sustainable Tourism,18(3), 283 – 295.

Smallman, C. & Moore, K. (2010) Process studies of tourists’ decision-making: The riches beyond variance studies. Annals of Tourism Research, 37(2), 397-422.

Stewart, E. J., Tivy, A, Howell, S. E. L, Dawson, J. D,. & Draper, D. (2010). Cruise tourism and sea ice in Canada’s Hudson Bay region. Arctic 63 (1) 57-66.

 

Books, Chapters and Reports

Becken, S. (2010). Tourism and Environment. Book Series: Economics and Management of Tourism (edited by L. Dwyer and P. Forsyth). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Becken, S. & Wilson (2010). Tourism, climate and weather – a New Zealand Perspective. LEaP Report 20. Available at www.lincoln.ac.nz/leap

Becken, S., Ngyen, M. & Schiff, A. (2010). Developing an Economic Framework for Tourism and Oil. LEaP Report 12.

Dawson, J., Stewart, E. J. & Scott, D. (2010) Climate change vulnerability of the Polar Bear viewing industry in Churchill Manitoba, Canada. Hall, C. M. & Saarinen, J. (eds.) Polar Tourism and Climate Change (Routledge). Pp89-103.

Fountain, J. & Charters, S. (2010). Generation Y as wine tourists: Their expectations and experiences at the winery cellar door. In Benckendorff, P., Moscardo, G. & Pendergast, D. (Eds.). Tourism and Generation Y.(pp. 47-57). CABI, Oxon, UK.

Lemelin, R. H., Wiersma, E.C., & Stewart, E. J. (2010) Integrating researchers and indigenous communities: Reflections from northern Canada. Hall, C. M. (ed) Fieldwork in Tourism: Methods, Issues and Reflections (Routledge). Pp289-307.

Lennox, J. (2010). The New Zealand Tourism General Equilibrium Model (NZTGEM): Technical Documentation. LEaP Report No. 14. Available at http://www.lincoln.ac.nz/Research-Centres/LEaP/Publications/

Luck, M, Maher, P.T., & Stewart, E.J. (eds.) Cruise tourism in the Polar Regions: Promoting Environmental and Social Sustainability (Earthscan Reader).

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D. (2010) The creation of Nunavut and its impact on the development of tourism in Arctic Canada. Butler, R & Suntikul, W (eds.) Political Change and Tourism (Goodfellows).

Stewart, E. J., Dawson, J. D. & Draper, D. (2010). Monitoring patterns of cruise tourism across Arctic Canada. Luck, M, Maher, P.T., & Stewart, E.J. (eds.) Cruise tourism in the Polar Regions: Promoting Environmental and Social Sustainability (Earthscan Reader).

Stewart, E. J., Howell, S. E. L, Draper, D., Yackel, J. & Tivy, A. (2010). Cruise tourism in Arctic Canada: Navigating a warming climate. Hall, C. M. & Saarinen, J. (eds.) Polar Tourism and Climate Change (Routledge). Pp71-88. 

 

Other:

Beckens, S. (2010). "Developing an Oil Vulnerability Assessment tool for tourism" - Presented at the Auckland NZ Tourism Hospitality and Research Conference, 24-26 November 2010

Becken, S. (2010). Peak Oil and Climate Change (pp 10-11). In Goodwin, H. (edt). Oman – Responsible Tourism. An e-guide to responsible tourism in destinations around the world. Available at http://haroldgoodwin.blogware.com/blog/_archives/2010/10/7/4650367.html

Becken, S. (2010). The implications of Peak Oil for Travel and Tourism. 4th Responsible Tourism Conference “Living Landscapes”, 10-12 October, Muscat, Oman. Available at http://www.rtd4.om/rtd4/RTD4/3rd/Theme3/SusanneBecken.pdf

Becken, S. (2010). Oil, the Global Economy and Tourism. Best Paper Award at AIEST Conference “Recovering from the Crisis”, 12 - 16 September, Potchefstroom, South Africa.

Becken, S. (2010). Energy high on the agenda for New Zealand tourism industry. Green Hotelier, 19 July, 2010. http://www.greenhotelier.org/news/energy-high-agenda-new-zealand-tourism-industry

Becken, S. (2010). Fuelling Tourism. Published in Inside Tourism, April 2010.

Becken, S. (2010). The importance of climate and weather for tourism. Literature review. LEaP background paper. Lincoln.

Dawson, D., Fountain, J. & Cohen, D. (2010).  Place-based marketing: Influence of dominant ownership type on place image:  An exploratory analysis of two rural wine tourism regions.  Refereed Paper In S. Crispin., A. Dunn, S. Fishwick, A. Franklin, D. Hanson, D. Reiser, R. Shipway, M. Wells, & C. Baxter (Eds.). CAUTHE 2010: Tourism and Hospitality: Challenge the Limits.  8-11 February, 2010. Hobart, Australia. University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.

Dawson, J., & Stewart, E.J. & Johnston, M.E (2010). Navigating a warming arctic: Risks and Opportunities of policies governing the cruise sector in arctic Canada. ArcticNet 7th Annual Scientific Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario, 14-17 December.  

Dawson, J., Stewart, E. J., Pentelow, L, & Smit, B (2010) Climate Change and Cruise Tourism in Arctic Canada. IPY Conference, Oslo, Norway, June 8-12.

Fountain, J. & Fish, N. (2010). ‘‘It’s a happy drink’: Australasian Generation Y’s experiences and perception of sparkling wine’.  Refereed paper, presented at the Association of Wine Business Research (AWBR) Conference, Auckland, 8-10 Feb.

Johnston, A., Johnston, M.E., Dawson, J., & Stewart, E.J. (2010). Climate change and cruise tourism: the Readiness of Nunavut for future cruises. Poster session presented at ArcticNet 7th Annual Scientific Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario, 14-17 December.

Moore, K.; Wilson, J.; Smallman, C. & Simmons, D. (2010) Observations of Tourists’ In-Destination Decision-Making Processes: A Perspective from New Zealand. CAUTHE 2010: Tourism and Hospitality: Challenge the Limits, Hobart, Australia, February, 8-11, 2010.

Moore, K, Smallman C, Wilson J D, Simmons D G. Doscher C. (2010) Destination "ease" and tourist decision making: Tourism as a cascade of nested freedom. Proceedings of the New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference 2010; 24/11/2010 -26/11/10; School of Hospitality and Tourism; AUT University, Auckland. 434-434.

Smallman C, Doscher C, Moore K. Simmons D G. (2010) An agent-based model of tourists' in-destination decision-making: Theory grounded in reality. Proceedings of the New Zealand Tourism Hospitality Research Conference 2010; 24/11/2010 -26/11/10; AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand. 433-433.

Stewart, E. J., Dawson, J., & Draper, D. (2010) Resident attitudes toward cruise tourism in Nunavut, Arctic Canada. IPY Conference, Oslo, Norway, June 8-12.

Wilson, J. & Becken, S. (2010). Who has the most sunshine? The battle for the most attractive destination. Presented at the Auckland NZ Tourism Hospitality and Research Conference, 24-26 November 2010.

 

2009


Refereed Papers:

Caine, K., Davidson, C. & Stewart, E.J. (2009) Preliminary field-work: Methodological reflections from northern Canadian research. Qualitative Research 9 (4) 489-513.

Charters, S., Fountain, J. & Fish, N. (2009). ‘You felt like lingering…’: Experiencing ‘real’ service at the winery tasting room. Journal of Travel Research 48(1), 122-134.

Forbes, S. L., Cohen, D. A., Wratten, S. D., Cullen, R. & Fountain, J. M. (2009).  Consumer attitudes regarding environmentally sustainable wine: An exploratory study of the New Zealand marketplace. Journal of Cleaner Production 17(3), 1195-1199.

Moreno, A. & Becken, S. (2009). A Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Methodology for Coastal Tourism. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 17(4), 473-488.

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D. (2009) Reporting back research findings: A case study of collaborative tourism research in the Canadian North. Journal of Eco-tourism (special issue on Aboriginal Tourism), 8 (2) 128-143. 

 

Books, Chapters and Reports:

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D.L. (2009) Environmental sustainability and Arctic cruise tourism. Hill, J. & Coles, T. (eds) Ecotourism and Environmental Sustainability: Principles and Practice. (Ashgate Publications).

Dawson, J. D., Stewart, E. J., Maher, P., & Slocombe, S. (2009) Climate change, complexity and cruising in Canada's Arctic: a Nunavut case study. Anderson, B. & Bone, B. (eds) Natural Resources and Aboriginal People in Canada (Captus Press).

Becken, S. (2009). Global Challenges for Tourism and Transport:  How will Climate Change and Energy affect the Future of Tourist Travel? Chapter 8. In: Page, S. Transport and Tourism – Global Perspectives. Third edition. Essex: Pearson Education Limited.

Schiff, A. & Becken, S. (2009). Distance Models for New Zealand International Tourists and the Role of Transport Prices. New Zealand Association of Economists, Wellington 1-3 July, 2009.

 

Other:

Becken, S. (2009). The carbon footprint of domestic tourism in New Zealand. Hikurangi Foundation.Released at the New Zealand Ecotourism Conference in Nelson. Click here.Foundation, Wellington.

Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J., Johnston, M.E., Lemelin, H., Andracuk, M. and Smit, B. (2009). Framework for assessing adaptation in Arctic communities to changes in tourism as climate change opens up Arctic cruise opportunities. Arctic Net Scientific Meeting, Victoria BC, December 8-11.

Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J., Howell, S.E.L., Tivy, A., and Draper, D. (2009). The relationship between sea-ice change and patterns of cruise ship tourism across Arctic Canada. Arctic Net Scientific Meeting, Victoria BC, December 8-11.

Dawson, J., Lemelin, H., and Stewart, E.J, (2009). Last chance tourism: risks and opportunities of an emerging market. Forthcoming proceedings of the Travel and Tourism Research Association Canada Conference, October 14-16, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Fountain, J. (2009). Report on the findings of the visitor’s satisfaction survey: Festival of Roses, 2008. Prepared for the Festival of Roses Committee, Timaru.

Huang, H., Fountain, J. & Perkins, H. (2009). New Zealand’s Chinese gold-mining heritage: (re)telling their stories.  Dragon Tails: Re-Interpreting Chinese-Australian Heritage, Ballarat, Victoria.

Fattah, A.A., Fisher, D. & Fountain, J. (2009). How tourists relate to museum presentations and offerings: Insights from the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and the Egyptian Museum of Cairo.  Some Like it Hot: INNZ/IAA Conference, 15-18 September, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Tompkins, J-M. & Fountain, J. (2009). The Greening Waipara Project: The value of a biodiversity trail to winery visitors. Poster presented at Romeo Bragato 2009 15th Annual Conference, 20 Aug – 22 Aug. Pettigrew Green, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.

 

2008

Refereed papers:

Buchmann, A.; Moore, K. & Fisher, D. (2008). Experiencing Fellowship: Film Tourism and Authenticity”. Annals of Tourism Research. (submitted).

Becken, S. & Simmons, D. (2008). Using the concept of yield to assess sustainability of different tourist types. Ecological Economics.

Fountain, J. M., Fish, N. & Charters, S. (2008). Making a connection: tasting rooms and brand loyalty. International Journal of Wine Business Research 20(1), 8-21. 

Stewart, E. J.; Jacobson, D. & Draper, D. (2008) Public participation geographic information system (PPGIS): Challenges of implementation in Churchill, Manitoba. The Canadian Geographer. 52 (3) 351-366.  

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D.L. (2007). A collaborative approach to understanding local stakeholder perceptions of tourism in Churchill, Manitoba (Canada). Polar Geography. 30 (1&2) 7-35.

Wilson, J.; Fisher, D. & Moore, K. Reverse Diaspora and the Evolution of a Cultural Tradition: the Case of the New Zealand 'Overseas Experience'. Mobilities. (submitted).

Wilson, J.; Fisher, D. & Moore, K. The OE goes ‘home’: Cultural aspects of a working holiday experience. Tourist Studies. (submitted). 

 

Books, Chapters and Reports:

White, R., Fountain, J. & Horn, C. (in press). Tourists’ participation and interest in cultural heritage tourism activities on Banks Peninsula. Landcare Research: Lincoln, New Zealand.

 

Other:

Brien, A. R. (2008). Room Rates: From small increases - great gains can be made. Staff Turnover: What is your staff turnover like? New Zealand Hotel Research Bulletin - Lincoln University, New Zealand 1: 1-15.

Brien, A. R. (2008). Strategic Development and Planning in the New Zealand Hotel Industry.  Lincoln, New Zealand, Lincoln University

Brien, A. R. (2008). "Room Rates: From small increases - great gains can be made. Staff Turnover: What is your staff turnover like?" (PDF 386 KB) New Zealand Hotel Research Bulletin - Lincoln University, New Zealand 1: 1-15.

Brien, A. R. (2008).  Humanistic V’S Rationalistic Management in International Hotels – The ‘genius of the and’.  Cauthe 11-14 February 2008, Gold Coast, Australia

Dawson, D., Fountain, J. & Cohen, D. (2008). The impact of seasonality on wine tourism in rural, cool-climate regions. NZTHR Conference, 3-5 Dec, 2008, Hanmer Springs, New Zealand.

Fattah, A.A., Fisher, D. & Fountain, J. (2008). How tourists relate to museum presentations and offerings: insights from the Egyptian Museum of Cairo. NZTHR Conference, 3-5 Dec, 2008, Hanmer Springs, New Zealand.

Fountain, J. (2008). Extending the cellar door experience: the value of biodiversity trails in Waipara Valley, Canterbury. NZTHR Conference, 3-5 Dec, 2008, Hanmer Springs, New Zealand.

Fountain, J. M. (2008). The expectations and experiences of Generation Y at the winery cellar door. Poster presented at Romeo Bragato 2008 14th Annual Conference, 21 Aug – 23 Aug 2008. Christchurch Convention Centre, New Zealand.

Forbes, S. L., Cohen, D. A., Wratten, S. D., Cullen, R. & Fountain, J. M. (2008). The market demand for 'good wine' originating from a 'good environment'. Poster presented at Romeo Bragato 2008 14th Annual Conference, 21 Aug – 23 Aug 2008. Christchurch Convention Centre, New Zealand.

Horn, C., Fountain, J. & White, R. (2008). Present visitors’ interest in Māori cultural tourism on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand, refereed paper in J. Fountain & K. Moore (Eds.) Re-creating Tourism: Proceedings of the NZTHR Conference, 3-5 Dec, 2008, Hanmer Springs, New Zealand. CD Rom, Lincoln University, New Zealand

Huang, H., Fountain, J. & Perkins, H. (2008). The (re)development of New Zealand’s Chinese heritage sites and the potential for the Chinese visitor market. NZTHR Conference, 3-5 Dec, 2008, Hanmer Springs, New Zealand.

Stewart, E. J., & Draper, D. (2008). The sinking of the MS Explorer: Implications for cruise tourism in Arctic Canada. Arctic (InfoNorth) 61 (2) 224-231.

White, R., Fountain, J. M. & Horn, C. M. (2008) Tourists' Participation and Interest in Cultural Heritage Tourism Activities on Banks Peninsula, Landcare Research, Lincoln.

 

2007 and earlier

Maher, P.T., & Stewart, E.J. (2007). Polar tourism: Research directions for current realities and future possibilities. Tourism in Marine Environments. 4 (2-3) 65-68.

 Stewart, E. J., Howell, S. E. L, Draper, D., Yackel, J. & Tivy, A. (2007). Sea ice in Canada’s Arctic: Implications for cruise tourism in the Northwest Passage. Arctic. 60 (4) 370-380  

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D.L. (2007) Sustainable cruise tourism in Arctic   Canada: An integrated coastal management approach. Tourism in Marine Environments. 3 (2) 77-88.

Stewart, E. J.; Kirby, V.K.; & Steel, G. D. (2006) Perceptions of Antarctic Tourism: A question of tolerance.  Journal of Landscape Research. 31(3) 193-214.  

Stewart, E. J.; Draper, D.L.; & Johnston, M.E. (2005) Tourism research in the Polar Regions. Arctic 58 (4) 383-394.  

O’Sullivan, D.; Stewart, E. J.; Thomas, B.; Sparkes, A.; Young, J. (2003) Evaluating European Union structural funding programmes for tourism SMEs: A case study from industrial South Wales. International Journal of Tourism Research.  5 (5) 393-402.  

Kirby, V.K.; Stewart, E. J. & Steel, G. D. (2001) Versions of Antarctic heritage.  Journal of Landscape Research 26 (3) 189-202.  

Stewart, E. J.; Glen, M. & Daly, K. (2001) To centralise or disperse – A question for interpretation.  Journal of Sustainable Tourism 9 (4) 342-355.  

Stewart, E. J.; Glen, M. & Jones, R. (2000) Sense of place in practice: A case study of Coed Y Brenin Forest Park. International Journal of Customer Relationship Management. 333-340.  

Stewart, E. J.; Glen, M. & Taylor, R. (1999) Activating visitor research: A case study of visitor use of interpretation at selected National Trust properties. International Journal of Customer Relationship Management. 225-232.  

Stewart, E. J; Hayward, B.M.; Kirby, V. & Devlin, P. (1998) The place of interpretation. Tourism Management 19 (3) 257-266.  

Stewart, E. J. & Kirby, V. G. (1998) A new approach to the evaluation of interpretation. International Journal of Heritage Studies 4 (1) 30-44.

Becken, S. & Schellhorn, M. (2007). Ecotourism, energy use and the global climate – widening the local perspective (85-101). In J. Higham (edt) Critical Issues in Ecotourism –  paradoxes, problems and pathways for the future. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Fountain, J. (2007). Case study: Tourism planning and development in remote regions: the case of Mauds Landing, Coral Coast region.  In C.M Hall Introduction to tourism in Australia. (5th ed.). [web-linked resource]. Pearson Education Australia: Frenchs Forest, NSW.

Niatu, A., Fountain, J. & Fisher, D. (2007).  Making a living from tourism: Market vendors’ experience of cruise ship visitation.  Working paper presented at APABIS Conference, Vanuatu. Port Vila, Vanuatu, 25-27 June.

Pforr, C., Macbeth, J., Clark, K., Fountain, J. & Wood, D. (2007).  The dynamics of a coastal tourism development – attitudes, perceptions and processes.  Technical Report for CRC for Sustainable Tourism. CRC for Sustainable Tourism: Queensland.

Becken, S. & Wilson, J. (2007). Trip planning and decision making of rental vehicle tourists – a quasi-experiment. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing 20 (3/4). 47-62.      

Becken, S. & Sampson, K. (2007). Māori eco-cultural tourism (107-138). In Buultjens, J. & D. Fuller (eds.) Case studies in Indigenous Tourism. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

Becken, S., Vuletich, S. & Campbell, S. (2007). Developing a GIS-supported Tourist Flow Model for New Zealand. 107-122. In Tribe, J. & Airey, D. (eds). Developments in Tourism Research. Advances in Tourism Research Series. Oxford: Elsevier.

Simmons, D., Becken, S. & Cullen, R. (2007). Assessing Tourism Yield: An Analysis of Public Sector Costs and Benefits. 95-106. In Tribe, J. & Airey, D. (eds). Developments in Tourism Research. Advances in Tourism Research Series. Oxford: Elsevier.

Becken, S. (2007). Understanding the carbon and yield implications of different markets. Achieving Sustainable Tourism Think Tank, 24-26th September, 2007, Helsingborg, Sweden.

Becken, S. (2007). Climate Change and Tourism – The Science Base. Climate Change and Tourism workshop, United Nations World Tourism Organisation and Indonesian Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Bali 10 December 2007.

Peeters, P., Gössling, S. & Becken, S. (2006). Innovation towards tourism sustainability: climate change and aviation. Special Issue International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development (edited by M. Hall), 1 (3), 184 – 200.

Charters, S. & Fountain, J. (2006). Younger wine tourists: a study of generational differences in the cellar door experience.  In J. Carlsen and S. Charters (Eds.). Global wine tourism: Research, management and marketing. (pp. 153-160). CABI: Wallingford, Oxon.

Fountain, J. (2006). Generation Y at the winery cellar door: Their expectations and experiences of service.  Paper presented at New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, 5-8 December, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ.

Fountain, J. & Pforr, C. (2006) ‘The Real Thing’: Tourists’ attitudes towards tourism development on the Coral Coast, Australia.  Refereed paper.  In G. Papageorgiou (Ed.). Proceedings of the Cutting Edge Research in Tourism Conference, 6-9 June 2006, University of Surrey. [CD ROM]. University of Surrey, UK.

Swaffield S R, Moore K., Fairweather J R. (2005). Making Decisions and Shaping Landscapes: A social constructionist perspective upon tourism decision making and landscape experience. In: David Simmons and John Fairweather editor(s). Understanding the Tourism Host-guest Encounter in New Zealand: Foundations for Adaptive Planning and Management. Christchurch, New Zealand: EOS Ecology; p. 57-82.

Becken, S. (2005). Towards sustainable tourism transport – an analysis of coach tourism in New Zealand.  Tourism Geographies 7(1), 1-20.

Shono S., Fisher D., McIntosh A. (2005). The Changing Gaze of Japanese Tourists. Tourism Review International 9, 237-246.

Becken, S. (2005). The role of tourist icons for sustainable tourism. Journal of Vacation Marketing 11(1), 17-26.

Fountain, J. (2005). ‘Charm sells’: The role of a community action group in preserving a place image in Akaroa, New Zealand. In D. Carson & J. Macbeth (eds.). Regional tourism cases: Innovation in regional tourism. (pp. 69-76). Common Ground Publishing, Altona, VIC.

Becken, S. & Lane, B. (2005). Environmental impacts of air travel. Interview with Hugh Somerville. In Special Issue Tourism and Transport: the Sustainability Dilemma (edited by S. Becken & B. Lane), Journal of Sustainable Tourism 14(2), 216-219.

Becken, S. & Simmons, D. (2005). Tourism, fossil fuel consumption and the impact on the global climate. In Hall, M. & Higham, J. (eds.) Tourism, Recreation and Climate Change: International Perspectives. Chapter 14. Clevedon: Channel View Publications.

Morgan D R, Moore K., Mansell R. (2005). Adventure tourists on Water: Linking expectation, affect, achievement and enjoyment to the sports tourism adventure. Journal of Sport Tourism. 10: (1) : 73-88.

Fountain, J. (2003).  ‘A place apart’: Early tourist activity in Akaroa, New Zealand. Refereed paper. In C. Ryan & M. Aitken (eds.). Taking Tourism to the Limits: Conference proceedings, 8-11 December 2003, Hamilton New Zealand. [CD ROM]. University of Waikato: Hamilton, New Zealand.

Fountain, J. & Hall, C.M. (2002). The impact of lifestyle migration on rural communities: A case study of Akaroa, New Zealand. In C.M. Hall & A. Williams (Eds.). Tourism and migration: New relationships between production and consumption. (pp. 153–168).  Kluwer: Dordrecht.

Brien, A. R. (2004). The New Zealand Hotel Industry - Vacancies Increase While Applicant Numbers and Calibre Decrease. International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration 5(1): 87-104.

Brien, A. R. (2004). Flexible Work and Turnover. International Encyclopedia of Hospitality Management. A. Pizam. Oxford, UK, International Encyclopedia of Hospitality Management.

Simmons, D. & Becken, S. (2004). The cost of getting there – Impacts of travel to ecotourism destinations. In Buckley, R. (edt). Environmental Impacts of Ecotourism. Ecotourism Series No. 2 (pp. 15-23). Wallingford: CAB International.

Becken, S. & Gnoth, J. (2004). Tourist consumption systems among overseas visitors: Reporting on American, German, and Australian visitors to New Zealand. Tourism Management 25, 375-385.

Fisher, D. (2004). A Colonial Town for Neo-colonial Tourists pp126 - 139. In Tourism and Colonialism ed C Michael Hall and Hazel Tucker. London, Routledge.

Fisher, D. (2004). The Demonstration effect revisited.  Annals of Tourism Research v31 pp 428-446. Reprinted in Tourism in Developing Countries (2007) (ed T. Huybers) pp 568 - 586. Cheltenham UK; Edward Elgar Publishing

Becken, S., Simmons, D. & Frampton, C. (2003). Segmenting tourists by their travel pattern for insights into achieving energy efficiency. Journal of Travel Research 42(10), 48-56.

Moore K. (2002). The Discursive Tourist. In: G.M. Dann editor(s). The Tourist as a Metaphor of the Social World. Wallingford, Oxfordshire: CABI Publishing; p. 41-59.

Lynch P M, Moore K. (2004). Adventures in Paradox. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 8: (2) : 3-11.

Schollman A, Perkins H C, Moore K. (2001). Rhetoric, claims-making and conflict in touristic place promotion: The case of central Christchurch. Tourism Geographies. 3: (3) : 300-325.

Fisher, D. (2003). Tourism and change in local economic behaviour. In Tourism in the South Pacific Ed David Harrison.  Cognisent New York.

Brien, A. R. (2007). An Update: There is a benchmark for hospitality. Inside Tourism. PO Box 100, Taumarunui, New Zealand. 631: 5

Brien, A. R. (2006). How middle managers in international hotels in New Zealand manage contingent labour. Commerce. Lincoln, New Zealand, Lincoln University: 299.

Becken, S. (2006). Klimaeinwirkungen auf den Tourismus in Tunesien und mögliche Anpassungsmechanismen. Der deutsche Tourismus in Tunesien - Neue Trends, Chancen und Herausforderungen. Deutsch-Tunesische Industrie und Handelskammer, Tunis, 4-5 December 2006.

Brien, A. R. (2004). Do I want a job in hospitality? Only till I get a real job! New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference 2004, Wellington, New Zealand, Victoria University.

Brien, A. R. (2004). Recruiting and Training Quality Staff. New Zealand Hotel Council - Issues Forum for Members, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Fisher, D. (2002). From beachcombers to ecotourists. In Levuka: Living Heritage. Ed. Asesela Ravuvu, Suva, Fiji, Institute of Pacific Studies.

 

2006 Tourism Planning Book
Understanding the Tourism Host-Guest Encounter in New Zealand: Foundations for Adaptive Planning and Management. Edited by David G. Simmons and John R. Fairweather.

This book provides a unique perspective on toursim planning and management. It makes its case by building a comprehensive picture of tourism development based on an examination of four key tourist destinations in New Zealand and locating these in contemporary national and global planning contexts.

Our focus on local destination area evalution shows our commitment to examining tourism where it is most palpable: at the level of encounter between hosts and guests. To frame our research we have built a new model to take account of visitor flow dynamics; and the economic, environmental and social interactions that significantly shape both hosts' and guests' experience of tourism. In turn, destination area evolution, while grounded in local histories, geographies and politics, is also influenced by broader national goals and legislative tools.

The pathway to sustainable tourism recognises the necessity for participation processes to ensure locally-responsive, adaptive tourism management that connect local aspirations with national development objectives.

Price($NZ) Price: $71.10, GST (NZ only): $8.89, Total: $79.99 (plus P&P: economy air mail)

 

Yield Reports

Summary Report of the Yield Research Programme - Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre; New Zealand. Ministry of Tourism; Tourism Industry Association New Zealand; Tourism New Zealand.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 1. - $5.00

Dimensions and Measurement of Yield - Becken, S.; Butcher, G.V; Cullen, R.S.; Moriarty, J.P.; Radford, J.; Simmons, D.G. and Tan, J.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 2. - $5.00

Sector Performance and Business Benchmarks - Moriarty, J.P.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 3. - $5.00

Performance Benchmarks for NZ Tourism Characteristic Enterprises Based on Financial Yield - Moriarty, J.P.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 4. - $5.00

Performance Benchmarks for NZ Accommodation Enterprises based on Financial Yield - Moriarty, J.P. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 5. - $5.00

Division Benchmarks for NZ Tourism Characteristic and Related Industries 1999 - 2003 - Moriarty, J.P. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No 6A. - $5.00 

Division Benchmarks for NZ Tourism Characteristic and Related Industries 2000 - 2004 - Moriarty, J.P. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 6B. - $5.00 

Division Benchmarks for NZ Tourism Characteristic and Related Industries 2001 - 2005 - Moriarty, J.P. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 6C. - $5.00 

Small Tourism Business Survey Report - Wason, K.; Sleeman, R. and Simmons, D.G.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 7. - $5.00 

Business Interviews Report - Wason, K.; Sleeman, R.; Moriarty, J.P.; and Simmons. D.G.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 8A. - $5.00  

Business Interviews: Financial Yield Benchmarking  - Moriarty, J.P. and Simmons, G.D. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 8B. - $5.00  

Business Support Programme for Small and Medium Enterprises: Existing initiatives and delivery mechanisms - Wason, K. and Sleeman, R.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 9. - $5.00 

Public Sector: Central Government Report - Simmons, D.G.; Cullen, R.S.; Becken, S.; Lennox, A.J. and Taylor, N.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 10. - $5.00  

Public Sector: Local goverment and regional yield - Butcher, G.V.; Lennox, A.J.; Beckens, S. and Simmons, D.G.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 11. - $5.00 

Yield and Tourist Types - Becken, S.; Simmons, D.G.; Lennox, A.J.; Fitt, H. and Butcher, G.V.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 12. - $5.00 

 

Environmental Reports

Issues and Indicators of Acceptable Change:  A study of visitors’ and stakeholders’ concerns about three natural attractions in the Paparoa area, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand (2001). Johnson, V., Ward, J., and Hughey, K.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 40. - $5.00

Biophysical Impacts of tourism:  An annotated Bibliography. (2001). Crawford, K. Phillips, J., Ward, J., and Hughey, K.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 41. - $5.00

Environmental Indicators of Tourism Impacts on Natural West Coast Assets, Aotearoa New Zealand (2001).  Urlich, S., Ward, J., and Hughey, K.     Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 42. - $5.00

Methodologies for Measuring Thresholds of Change from Tourism Impacts on New Zealand Natural Assets (2001). Ward, J., and Hughey, K. (Eds). Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 43. - $5.00

Best Practice Policies for Local Government Management of Natural Assets Developed for Tourists (2001). Montgomery, R.L., Hughey, K.F.D., Wason, K.M. and Lovell, P.J.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 44. - $5.00

Conflict Between Sea-kayakers and Motorized Watercraft Users along the Abel Tasman National Park Coastline, New Zealand (2001). Hawke, N., and Booth, K.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 50. - $5.00

Green Globe 21 Kaikoura Community Benchmarking Pilot Study (2001).  McNicol, J., Shone, M. Horn, C.   Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 53. - $5.00

Tourism and Transport in New Zealand: Implications for Energy Use (2002).  Becken, S.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 54. - $5.00

Sustainable Management of Natural Assets Used for Tourism in New Zealand (2002).  Hughey, K.F.D., Ward, J.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 55. - $5.00
 
Emerging Tourism Planning Processes and Practices in New Zealand: A local and regional perspective (2003).  Jones, T., Shone, M.C., Memon, A.   Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 56. - $5.00

Tourism, Water, Wastewater and Waste Services in Small Towns (2004). Cullen, R., Dakers, A., Meyer-Hubbert, G.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 57. - $5.00

Christchurch City Destination Benchmarking Survey (2001).  Prepared by The Tourism & Leisure Group Ltd for Christchurch and Canterbury Marketing, Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 58. - $5.00

Rights of Public Access to the Foreshore:  A study of public awareness and opinions (2004).  Doody, B. and Booth, K., Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 59. - $5.00

The Role of Risk and Safety in Shaping the Experiences of Guided Adventure Tourists:  A case study of sea-kayak and multi-day walking participants.  Smith, E. and Espiner, S., Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 60 - $5.00

 

Christchurch Destination Reports (2003)

Christchurch and Canterbury Visitor Profile (1999).   Sleeman, R., and Simmons, D.G.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 19. - $5.00

Christchurch and Canterbury Visitor Profile and Forecasts (2003). Sleeman, R. and Simmons, D.G.    Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 30. - $5.00

Visitors to Christchurch:  Characteristics and Decision-Making (2003). Moore, K., Simmons, D.G. and Fairweather, J.R. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 32. - $5.00

Visitors' and Locals' Views of Environmental Management in Christchurch, New Zealand (2003). Fairweather, J.R., Maslin, C., Swaffield, S.R. and Simmons, D.G. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 33. - $5.00

Community Perceptions of Tourism in Christchurch and Akaroa (2003). Shone, M.C., Simmons, D.G. and Fairweather, J.R.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 34. - $5.00

The Values Associated with Maori-Centred Tourism in Canterbury (2003). Zygadlo, F.K., McIntosh, A., Matunga, H.P., Fairweather, J.R. and Simmons, D.G. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 35. - $5.00

Māori Tourism:  Concepts, Characteristics and Definition (2003).  Zygadlo, F.K., McIntosh, A., Matunga, H.P., Fairweather, J.R. and Simmons, D.G. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 36. - $5.00

The Economic Impact of Tourism on Christchurch City and Akaroa Township. Butcher, G., Fairweather, J.R. and Simmons, D.G. (2003).   Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 37. - $5.00

Tourism:  Waste and Water in Akaroa (Kaikoura, Hanmer) (2003). Cullen, R., Dakers, A., NcNicol, J., Meyer-Hubbert, G., Simmons, D.G. and Fairweather, J.R. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 38. - $5.00

Tourism in Christchurch and Akaroa:  Challenges for Planning and Recommendations for Management (2003).  Simmons, D.G., Fairweather, J.R. and Shone, M.C. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 39. - $5.00

 

West Coast Destination Reports (2001)

West Coast Visitor Report. Moran, D., Sleeman, R. and D. G. Simmons,  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 20. - $5.00

Report No. 21. - Not available

Visitors to the West Coast:  Characteristics, Attractions and Decision-Making. Moore, K., Simmons, D.G. and Fairweather, J.R.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 22. - $5.00

Visitors’ and Locals’ Experiences of Westland, New Zealand. Fairweather, J. R., Newton, B., Swaffield, S.R. and Simmons, D. G. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 23. - $5.00

Evolving Community Perceptions of Tourism in Westland. Moran, D., Simmons, D. G., and Fairweather, J. R. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 24. - $5.00

Tourism and Māori Development in Westland. Zygadlo, F.K., Matunga, H.P., Simmons, D. G., and Fairweather, J. R., Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 25. - $5.00

The Economic Impact of Tourism on Westland District. Butcher, G., McDonald, G., Fairweather, J. R., and Simmons, D. G.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 26.

Tourism, Water and Waste in Westland:  Implications of Increasing Demand on Infrastructure. Cullen, R., Dakers, A., Fairweather, J.F. and Simmons, D.G.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 27. - $5.00

Evolving Role of Local Government in Promoting Sustainable Tourism Development on the West Coast. Cameron, A.M., Memon, A., Simmons, D. G., and Fairweather, J. R.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 28. - $5.00

Tourism in Westland:  Challenges for Planning and Recommendations for Management. Simmons, D.G. and Fairweather, J.F.  Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre (TRREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 29. - $5.00

 

Rotorua Destination Reports (2000)

Visitors to Rotorua: Characteristics, Activities and Decision-Making. Moore K. Fairweather, J. R. and Simmons, D.G. Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 12. - $5.00

Understanding Visitors’ and Locals’ Experiences of Rotorua Using Photographs of Landscapes and Q Method. Fairweather, J. R., Swaffield, S., and Simmons, D.G.Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 13. - $5.00

Evolving Community Response to Tourism and Change in Rotorua. Horn, C. M., Simmons, D.G. and Fairweather, J.R. Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 14. - $5.00.

Tourism and Māori Development in Rotorua. Tahana, N., Te O Kahurangi Grant, K., Simmons, D. G. and Fairweather, J.R. Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 15. - $5.00

Interactions Between Tourists and the Natural Environment: Impacts of Tourist Trampling on Geothermal Vegetation and Tourist Experiences at Geothermal Sites in Rotorua. Ward, J., Burns, B., Johnson, V., Simmons, D. G., and Fairweather, J.R. Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 16. - $5.00

The Economic Impact of Tourism in Rotorua. Butcher, G., Fairweather, J. R., and Simmons, D.G. Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 17. - $5.00

Tourism in Rotorua: Destination Evolution and Recommendations for Management. Simmons, D. G., and Fairweather, J.R. Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No. 18. - $5.00

 

Kaikoura Destination Reports (1998)

Kaikoura – Historical Overview. McAloon J., Simmons D. G., and J. R. Fairweather, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.1.

Estimating the Number of Visitors to Kaikoura Over One Year By Developing A Vehicle Observation Method. Fairweather J. R., Horn C. M., and D. G. Simmons, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.2.

Summertime Visitors to Kaikoura: Characteristics, Attractions and Activities. Simmons D. G., Horn C. M., and J. R. Fairweather. Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.3.

Visitor Decision Making, On-Site Spatial Behaviours, Cognitive Maps and Destination Perceptions: A Case Study of Kaikoura. Moore K., Simmons D. G., and J. R. Fairweather, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.4.

Understanding Visitors’ Experience in Kaikoura Using Photographs of Landscapes and Q Method. Fairweather J. R., Swaffield S., and D. G. Simmons, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.5.

Evolution and Change in Kaikoura: Responses to Tourism Development. Horn C. M., Simmons D. G., and J. R. Fairweather, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.6.

The Impact of Tourism on the Māori Community in Kaikoura. Henley M., Poharama A., Smith A., Simmons D. G., and J. R. Fairweather, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.7.

The Economic Impact of Tourism on Kaikoura. Butcher G., Fairweather J. R., and D. G. Simmons, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.8.

Visitor and New Zealand Fur Seal Interactions Along the Kaikoura Coast. Ward J., Booth K., Barton K., Simmons D. G., and J. R. Fairweather, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.9.

Towards a Tourism Plan for Kaikoura. Simmons D. G., and J. R. Fairweather, Tourism Research and Education Centre (TREC), Lincoln University, Report No.10

 

 


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