ognizant Communication Corporation

TOURISM IN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS

TABLES OF CONTENTS
VOLUME 6

VOLUME 6, NUMBERS 2/3

Introduction: Tourism and the Great Lakes
Margaret E. Johnston and R. J. Payne, Guest Editors

Assessing the Economic Importance of Recreational Fishing for Communities Along Lake Ontario
Nancy Connelly and Tommy Brown

Retiring North: Comparing Retirement Migration Decisions Among Residents Who Did and Past Visitors Who Did Not Move to a Tourist Destination
Walter F. Kuentzel and Thomas A. Heberlein

Perspectives of Scared Sites on Lake Superior: The Case of Apostel Islands
Raintry Salk, Ingrid E. Schneider, and Leo H. McAvoy

Voyages to Kitchi Gami: The Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area and Regional Tourism Opportunities in Canada's First National Marine Conservation Area
Raynald (Harvey) Lemelin, Rhonda Koster, Izabella Woznicka, Kirstine Metansinine, and Hoss Pelletier

Climate Change and Tourism in the Great Lakes Region: A Summary of Risks and Opportunities
Jackie Dawson and Daniel Scott

RESEARCH NOTES

The Relationship Between Recreation Experience Preferences and Revealed Activity Choice in the North Shore Lake Superior Region
Michael Yuan and Peter Fredman

Facilitating Sustainable Tourism in Superior Country: The Tourism Resource Team
Cynthia C. Messer, Ingrid E. Schneider, and Okechukwu Ukaga


VOLUME 6, NUMBER 1

Profile of Recreational Anglers Visiting Rottnest Island, Southwestern Australia
Lynnath E. Beckley

Low-Cost Cruises: A Business Model Analysis of easyCruise
Sven Gross

Motivations of Male and Female Shoreline Bird Watchers in New York
Diane M. Kuehn, Mary Joyce Sali, and Rudy Schuster

REVIEW

Recent Advances in Whale-Watching Research: 2008-2009
C. Scarpaci, M. Lück, and E. C. M. Parsons

CONFERENCE REVIEW

Whale Watching and the International Whaling Commission: A Report of the 2008 Whale-Watching Subcommittee Meeting
E. C. M. Parsons and Naomi A. Rose