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Ecotourism

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View Resource Amazon Interactive

As an extension of his graduate research, David Schaller of Educational Web Adventures has put together this resource on "indigenous ecotourism in the Ecuadorian Amazon." Using online games and activities, users explore the geography of the Ecuadorian Amazon and learn about the rainforest and its inhabitants. Through a series of questions and color photos, the site leads users down several lines...

https://www.eduweb.com/amazon.html
View Resource Environmental Implications of the Tourism Industry

This Discussion Paper was posted at the Resources for the future (RFF) Website during March 2000. Terry Davies and Sarah Cahill wrote "Environmental Implications of the Tourism Industry," which elaborates on the impacts of tourism on the environment.

http://www.csu.edu/cerc/documents/EnvironmentalImplicationsT...
View Resource National Geographic Magazine: Saving Africa's Eden

This National Geographic Web site contains an online, multimedia supplement to a feature article from the September 2003 issue of the magazine, which takes an in-depth look at the prospect of setting aside an amazing 11% of Gabon's intact wilderness for conservation and ecotourism. The Web site includes an excerpt from the print article, but extra Web features are the real attraction. Visitors...

http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0309/feature3/index.ht...
View Resource National Geographic: WildWorld -- Sights & Sounds

From National Geographic, this WildWorld -- Sights and Sounds website offers visitors an immersion experience in "some of the world's most distinctive ecoregions through audio, video, photos, interviews, conservation tips, and more." The eight ecoregions include the Bering Sea, Eastern Himalayan Broadleaf and Conifer Forests, Amazon River and Flooded Forest, and Mesoamerican Reef -- just to name a...

https://www.worldwildlife.org/science/wildfinder/