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Title: Tourism, the weather and future changes
Author: Becken, Susanne
Hendrikx, Jordy
Wilson, Jude
Hughey, Kenneth F. D.
Date: Jun-2010
Publisher: Lincoln University. LEaP.
Item Type: Oral Presentation
Abstract: Tourism often depends on the weather for participation, satisfaction, safety, and business viability. Climate models predict increasing temperatures, changing intensity and distribution of rainfall, decreased snowfall, and sea level rise. Our study will focus on present variability and direction of change, and short-term adaptation options, but also consider future scenarios.
Description: Presented at a public lecture, 8 June 2010, Wanaka, New Zealand. Reporting on a case study - Southern Lakes (focusing on Queenstown and Wanaka)
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