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Author: United States Travel ServicePublish On: 1969
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With the race behind them marathon tourists will now be thinking of seeing what else Sacramento has to offer. ... the terminus of the Pony Express, and the home of California's first thriving business district. This U.S. National ...
Author: Jim Manford
Category: Sports & Recreation
This is the sixth book in Jim's "Marathon Tourism" series aimed at those who enjoy combining their love of running with a love of travel. It presents a runner's guide to 20 of the most popular marathons in the USA offering detailed descriptions, not only of the events themselves, but also of the locations in which they are held. This book is recommended reading for anyone contemplating running a marathon in the USA.
Author: United States. Office of Hydropower LicensingPublish On: 1986
EL85-19-102 : Final Environmental Impact Statement United States. ... Magnitude and frequency of floods from small watersheds in the Sierra Nevada , California . U.S. Geological Survey ... California Office of Tourism . 1982a .
Author: United States. Office of Hydropower Licensing
Magnitude and frequency of floods from small watersheds in the Sierra Nevada , California . U.S. Geological Survey administrative report . Menlo Park , California . Bonneville Pacific Corp. 1985. Funding Memorandum .
Author: United States. Minerals Management ServicePublish On: 1983
United States. Minerals Management Service. The Natural Resources of California Department of Fish and Game . ... Sacramento , CA 134 P. California Department of Fish and Game Planning Team . ... California Office of Tourism 1971a .
Author: United States. Minerals Management Service
1 6 10 16 20 21 27 I.1 Lancaster outdoor tasting room, Swan Valley, Australia 1.1 Agriculture as viewed from an airplane outside Sacramento, California, USA 1.2 Rice fields near Sapa, Vietnam, a main tourist attraction 1.3 Local ...
Author: Susan L. Slocum
Category: Business & Economics
This book fills a gap in the growing academic discipline of food and agricultural tourism, offering the first multidisciplinary approach to food tourism and the role it plays in economic development, destination marketing, and gastronomic exploration. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the discipline by considering food tourism in connection with both cultural values and important issues in agriculture, food consumption and safety, and rural heritage and sustainability. The book is divided into four Parts. Part I defines the elements of food tourism and explains its relationship with sustainability. Part II provides an overview of rural development and demonstrates the impact of industrialization and globalization on eating habits. Part III focuses on food tourism studies and market segmentation techniques to help students understand customer needs regarding food tourism products. Finally, Part IV looks at the financial, policy, and legal requirements relating to food tourism development, providing hands-on tools for students entering food tourism businesses or industries. Complemented by a wide range of international case studies, key definitions, and study questions, Food and Agricultural Tourism is essential reading for students of tourism, geography, and economic development studies.
Aleta Baldwin, Department of Public Health, California State University, Sacramento, CA, USA. Liza Berdychevsky, Department of Recreation, Sport and Tourism, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL, USA.
Author: Liza Berdychevsky
Category: Sports & Recreation
This book responds to the need to investigate the complex links between sex and leisure and their implications for research and practice. Understanding sex as leisure aligns with sex-positive culture that focuses on affirming pleasure in the contemporary sexual discourse and advocating for sexual diversity, freedom, empowerment, and fulfilling sex lives. The focus of this book is on analyzing the complexity of sex as leisure in various socio-cultural and geographical contexts, with particular reference to vulnerable populations and pressing sexual issues, including sexual pleasure and expression, biomedicalization of sexuality, and social justice and sexuality. Specific chapters offer diverse international coverage and address the links between a positive sexuality framework and leisure research. The chapters cover sexual play and sex toys based on consumer experience perspectives; using the leisure lens to analyze sex and pornography addiction; quadriplegic sexuality and leisure; rejection and resilience on a gay cruise; relational dynamics of aging, exploitation, and deceit in sex tourism; sexual harassment of solo female travelers; and the complexity of consent in the sexualized leisure space of a pornography expo. This book will be of great value to those interested in transdisciplinary scholarship as it critically broadens the bio-psycho-socio-cultural perspective of sex as leisure. The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of the journal, Leisure Sciences.
Author: United States. Minerals Management Service. Pacific OCS RegionPublish On: 1983
73 United States. Minerals Management Service. Pacific OCS Region. The Natural Resources of California Department of Fish and Game . 1973 . Humboldt Bay . ... Sacramento , CA 134 p . California Department of Fish and Game Planning Team ...
Author: United States. Minerals Management Service. Pacific OCS Region