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Planning Ecotourism in Coastal Protected Areas; Projecting Temporal Management Scenarios
Protected Areas (PAs) are critical instruments in preserving biodiversity and, because of their high-quality environmental conditions, they have always been attractive for ecotourism, the natural-based element of holiday activities that minimizes the "antagonistic" impacts of tourism on the environment. However, many PAs lack a specific management plan or do not include the future effects of tourism activities on the local human population. In this study, we propose a methodology for thedoi:10.3390/su13147528 fatcat:a3a6xhwrvreytb4t55du2wzapy