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Visitor management in Canadian national parks

Visitor management in Canadian national parks

Tourism Management 9(1): 44-62

Environment Canada, Parks' Visitor Activity Management Process (VAMP) is described. This attempts to integrate data about users, their characteristics and satisfactions with data about the natural environment of the park. VAMP provides a focal point for issues related to the appropriate mix of opportunities, activities, services and facilities, in a park or protected area.

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DOI: 10.1016/0261-5177(88)90057-x

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