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The effects of spatial structure and activity compatibility on destination diversification


, : The effects of spatial structure and activity compatibility on destination diversification. Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 52(1): p.295

The research investigates the individual travel choice of Illinois' residents for outdoor recreation.

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