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Antarctic: Whale Watching Platforms of opportunity in new frontiers View Case Study
Argentina: Península Valdés, Chubut A multi-stakeholder, multi-faceted, adaptive approach to regulation of whale-watching View Case Study
Australia- Great Barrier Reef Swimming with little giants View Case Study
Australia: Port Phillip Bay Adaptive management aimed at increasing compliance View Case Study
Brazil: Praia do Forte Assessing the carrying capacity for whale watching in a Protected Area View Case Study
Canada - Test Canada-test-only View Case Study
Canada: Mingan Island Cetacean Study Research-based tourism View Case Study
Dominican Republic: Samaná Bay The strengths and challenges of co-management of whale watching View Case Study
Egypt- Samadai Reef Time area closures and zoning to protect resting spinner dolphins View Case Study
India: Chilika Lagoon Conserving marine biodiversity through people’s participation View Case Study
Kenya: Watamu Whale and dolphin watching as an alternative to fishing and a means of reducing marine mammal bycatch View Case Study
Mexico- Loreto Bay A passive observation method for sustainable blue whale watching View Case Study
New Zealand: Kaikoura Adaptive management of an industry in harmony with traditional values View Case Study
Panama: Bocas del Toro Can Tourists and community members turn the tide for dolphins? View Case Study
Portugal: The Azores Whalers turn their skills to whale watching View Case Study
Spain: The Canary Islands Sustainability Charter in Tenerife View Case Study
The Netherlands: Studio Bruinvis Land-based dolphin watching with a technical twist View Case Study
Tonga Swimming with humpback whales View Case Study
United Kingdom: Scotland Understanding the socio-economic impacts of whale watching View Case Study
United States and Canada: The Whale Trail Promoting and facilitating land-based whale watching on the Pacific Coast View Case Study

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