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  • Bras d’Or Lakes Coastal Development Guidance 

    Unknown author (Bras d'Or Lakes Collaborative Environmental Planning Initiative, 2015)
    The Bras d'Or Lakes region of Nova Scotia is subject to some of the same erosional problems that the ocean boundary coast lines face. There are certain guidelines that should be followed when contemplating development along ...
  • Coastal Management 

    Unknown author (New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 2015)
    Certain sections of New York's coastline are especially vulnerable to coastal erosion through natural actions and through human activities. Efforts must be made in order to preserve these areas.
  • Hazards - Coastal Erosion 

    Unknown author (Florida Department of Environmental Protection, 2012)
    Florida's shoreline attracts visitors from all over the world. This natural environment is in danger of being lost forever. Research is undeniable and the efforts must be put into place in order to maintain this natural beauty.
  • Tourism and Population Growth 

    Unknown author (Galapagos Conservancy, 2011)
    Uncontrolled tourism and population growth was among the 15 issues identified by the World Heritage Committee when it recommended that Galapagos be placed on the list of World Heritage in Danger.
  • Facts about Stockholm's Tourism Industry 

    Unknown author (VisitStockholm.com, 2015)
    Sweden hosts millions of tourists each year. These tourists contribute significantly to the economic prosperity of the island nation.

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