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Local-level responses to sea ice change and cruise tourism in Arctic Canada's Northwest Passage
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
This article examines the interactions between sea ice change and patterns of cruise ship tourism through the Northwest Passage of Arctic Canada and how local communities are responding to this change. During the period ...
Cruise ship passenger experiences of shore visits along the Northwest Passage, Arctic Canada
The paper reports on the preliminary findings of a visitor survey with cruise ship passengers (n=119) on board a Northwest Passage tour of the Canadian Arctic in September 2017. The survey was part of a larger project, ...
Icebreaker: Experiences of conducting fieldwork in Arctic Canada with my infant son
(Channel View Publications, 2018-01-30)
The aim of this book is to reflect on the effect of femininities in the field and the encountered biases specific to women researchers.
Marine tourism in Nunavut: Issues and opportunities for economic development in Arctic Canada
(Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2019)
The Arctic is being influenced dramatically by climate change and new environmental conditions. As a result, there are increasing opportunities for local economic development and one of the sectors that is responding rapidly ...
Identifying and evaluating adaptation strategies for cruise tourism in Arctic Canada
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of Multilingual Matters & Channel View Publications, 2016)
The cruise tourism industry in Arctic Canada has recently grown rapidly with stable numbers now emerging. While there are many socio-economic opportunities associated with growth, climate change, and environmental, technical ...
'Motherhood capital' in tourism fieldwork: Experiences from Arctic Canada
(Taylor & Francis, 2021)
Drawing on a study of resident attitudes toward tourism development in the Canadian Arctic, this article examines the experiences of one of the authors who was accompanied by her infant son during her fieldwork. Utilising ...
Growth and challenges in cruise tourism in Arctic Canada
(Northern Public Affairs, 2016-10)
The number of cruise itineraries in Arctic Canada has more than doubled between 2005 and 2013, in part as a result of the greatest regional warming on earth. This warming has led to a reduction in sea ice extent, opening ...
Governance of Arctic expedition cruise ships in a time of rapid environmental and economic change
Changes in seasonal climate patterns and decreasing sea ice cover have facilitated an increase in navigable waters throughout Arctic Canada and resulted in the urgent need for new approaches to ocean, coastal, and vessel ...
The unintended consequences of regulatory complexity: The case of cruise tourism in Arctic Canada
The cruise tourism industry in the Canadian Arctic has the potential be an important contributor to the northern economy, but undue complexity in the permitting and regulatory process represents a major barrier to ...
A comparative analysis of regulatory instruments for managing marine-based tourism in Arctic Canada and the Ross Sea
Human activities, including tourism, in the Polar Regions are increasing and diversifying. The most common mode of transport in support of polar tourism is by cruise ship. At the same time, we are witnessing a rapid increase ...