BioOne VISTA | March 2024

Tourism is a critical economic development strategy around the world, providing needed jobs and developing infrastructure, while connecting visitors to constructed attractions and sites of natural beauty. However, tourism and the growing field of ecotourism invariably impact native ecosystems and species. Scientific research investigating the impacts of tourism provides valuable insights which can inform more sustainable development strategies, drive policies, and enhance destination management including the protection of natural resources.

This article collection proudly features peer-reviewed scientific research from BioOne Complete publishing partners, including Herpetologica, Journal of East African Natural History, Journal of Resources and Ecology, Mountain Research and Development, Rhodora, Wildlife Research, and more.

Autumn trees reflected in water with a wooden bridge and a crowd of tourists

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