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Geography of Tourism

Geography of Tourism

Geography of tourism general issues

S.A.Tarkhov.
What the geography of tourism should study. Problems of socio-economic and political geography of foreign countries. Vol. 18: The territorial structure of the economy and society of the foreign world. - Moscow - Smolensk: Moscow State University, 2009, pp.70-79

Tourism in russia

T.V.Khantashkeeva (Litvinenko).
Intensive tourism development in the eastern regions of Russia: the possible negative effects for the environment. Sustainable tourism development: trends, tendencies, and technologies. Ulan-Ude: BNC CO RAN, 2005. pp. 209-215.

T.V.Khantashkeeva (Litvinenko). Problems of ecotourism development in the regions of Asiatic Russia. Tourism and regional development. Smolensk: Smolensk Humanitarian University Publishing, 2004. pp. 585-591.

Rural tourism and recreation (the case study of Lake Biwa, Japan)

The concept of rural tourism and recreation has been developed, as well as criteria and indicators for assessing the relevant potential of the territory. The most suitable area for the organization of rural tourism and recreation has been identified. It was demonstrated that the rural tourism and recreation are able to support environmentally friendly farming communities and make certain contribution to the preservation of the environment of the region in question.

T.V.Litvinenko.Tourism and recreation in the Lake Biwa (Japan). RAS Bulletin (Izvestia RAN), Geography series, 2009, № 6.

T.V.Litvinenko.Spatial studies of domestic tourism in Japan. Tourism and regional development. Vol.5. Smolensk: Universum, 2008. pp. 204-212.

T.V.Litvinenko.Development of criteria and indicators for assessing the potential of the Lake Biwa region, Japan, for the organization of rural tourism and recreation. Tourism and recreation: fundamental and applied research. Moscow: RIB, 2009.

T.V.Litvinenko (Khantashkeeva). Spatial study of the impact of tourism and recreation on the environment in the Lake Biwa region, Japan. Inherited socio-economic structures and the transition to a postindustrial society. Moscow: Institute of Geography, RAS, 2007. pp. 276-287.
Fig. On the left. The potential for rural tourism and recreation around Lake Biwa (Japan). Right. The concept of rural tourism and recreation lying at the intersection of rural tourism, environmentally sound agriculture and healthy environment
Fig. On the left. The potential for rural tourism and recreation around Lake Biwa (Japan). Right. The concept of rural tourism and recreation lying at the intersection of rural tourism, environmentally sound agriculture and healthy environment