Margaret E. Bowman's scientific contributions

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SUMMARY The Federal Provincial Parks Council (now known as the Canadian Parks Council) called for the development of a common framework to measure the economic value of protected areas. The Provincial Economic Impact Model (PEIM) is a standardized tool to estimate the economic impacts of parks in Canada, as part of the common framework. Visitor-spe...
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SUMMARY The last decade has brought many innovations to cooperative park management approaches used by park agencies and aboriginal peoples. This paper briefly reports on cooperative management efforts in six northern Canadian national parks, Wapusk, Nahanni, Tuktuk Nogait, Kluane, Vuntut and Auyuittuq, and two US national parks, Grand Canyon and B...

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... At the world scale, the involvement of local populations has become one of the major issues in the preparation of conservation policies, if not development policies. Studies of the decisive role of public participation in reaching decisions concerning the management of protected mountain areas are particularly numerous, giving rise to an abundant literature produced by planners and managers as well as academics (Beltrán, 2000; BorriniFeyerabend et al., 2002; Geoghegan & Renard, 2002; Halpenny et al., 2004; Borrini-Feyerabend et al., 2004; Brown et al., 2004; McNeely, 2005; Depraz, 2008; Héritier & Laslaz, 2008). The question of participation may be examined in terms of two types of development. ...
... elements that compose the capital generated by the tourism, excluding many times the trips on business, and including, most of times, only the components of the trilogy " transport-lodging-food services " . This is a consequence of the fact that the theory of tourism, mainly in the economical sphere, is still in construction and leaving some gaps. Bowman and Eagles (2004) suggested the Provincial Economic Impact Model (PEIM). This is a computer application for estimating the economic impacts of expenditures at a provincial level on heritage activities such as the development and operation of natural areas, protected areas, parks and historic sites and the tourism spending associated with these events. Ch ...