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  • Cox, Linda J.; Saucier, Melanie; Cusick, John; Richins, Harold; McClure, Bixler (University of Hawaii, 2009-01)
    The WTO defines sustainable tourism as that which meets the needs of present tourists and host regions while protecting and enhancing opportunities for the future of the tourism sector. Hawaii's tourism components (urban, ...
  • Vieth, Gary R.; Cox, Linda J.; Josephson, Margaret; Hollyer, James (University of Hawaii, 1999-07)
    With increasing interest in hula competitions in Hawaii, gathering of plant materials for adornment has begun to negatively impact some native forest ecosystems. A small survey explored conditions under which kumu hula ...
  • Friday, J.B.; Cabal, Carol; Yanagida, John (University of Hawaii, 2000-12)
    Valuing inputs and measuring profitability of a long-term enterprise such as forestry can be difficult. This publication discusses the parameters, provides examples, and has an associated spreadsheet program.
  • Anderson-Fung, Puanani O.; Maly, Kepa (University of Hawaii, 2009-00)
    This excerpt from "Growing plants for Hawaiian lei" examines the effects of early Hawaiians' spiritual beliefs and culture on their management of natural and agricultural ecosystems in the archepelago. Implications of these ...
  • Foy, Jeanmarie; Cox, Linda J.; Vieth, Gary R. (University of Hawaii, 2002-02)
    Tourists surveyed at Honolulu airport mostly were unwilling to pay more for accommodations that had views of buildings screened by landscaping rather than unscreened buildings.
  • Meng, Quinglong; Liang, Tung (University of Hawaii, 2007-06)
    HNRIS allows assessment of hydrologic characteristics, soil and weather, hazards of applying pesticides and fertilizers, sites for growing crops or raising livestock, and the effectiveness of natural resource management ...
  • Cox, Linda J.; Swan, Sandy; Evensen, Carl I. (University of Hawaii, 1999-05)
    The Hawaiian ahupua'a system of managing the resources of lands and coastal waters is briefly described.
  • Kaufman, Andrew; Cox, Linda J.; Miura, Tomoaki; Easterday, Dawn (University of Hawaii, 2007-02)
    Types, advantages, public and private benefits, and costs of growing vegetation to cover rooftops are discussed. Simulation aerial views compare Waikiki and downtown Honolulu with and without such vegetaion.
  • Foy, Jeanmarie; Vieth, Gary R.; Cox, Linda J. (University of Hawaii, 2000-10)
    Analysis of the extent of undeveloped areas on the grounds of hotels and resorts in Waikiki and on Maui and Hawaii is reported. Cost considerations in enhancing these areas to appeal to the preferences of tourists for such ...
  • Vieth, Gary; Cox, Linda (University of Hawaii, 1999-09)
    Differences between "formal rationality," profit-based business decisions and "substantive rationality," value-based decisions to benefit the public are discussed.
  • Friday, J.B. (University of Hawaii, 2000-01)
    Methods of collecting, handling, storing, and germinating forest tree seeds are described.
  • Skolmen, Roger G. (University of Hawaii, 2000-06)
    Information is given for 16 Hawaii-grown species, both native and introduced, of present or potential commercial importance. Descriptive notes include tree characteristics, history, size, and growth rates; the timber volume ...
  • Vieth, Gary R.; Cox, Linda J. (University of Hawaii, 2001-07)
    Oahu's Hanauma Bay is what economists consider a scarce, open-access resource, vulnerable to overuse. A survey of park users about nonresident fees was conducted. The effects of fees on reducing park use are discussed.
  • Vieth, Gary R.; Cox, Linda J.; Eastwood, Frank (University of Hawaii, 2001-04)
    A study of hotels in three areas of Hawaii found that guests value the existence of open areas on their grounds. Visitors to Maui and Hawaii differed from those to Waikiki in that the former were willing to pay a premium ...
  • Cox, Linda J.; Cusick, John (University of Hawaii, 2006-04)
    The publication discusses three broad systems for sustainability (economic, social, and environmental) and the components and goals of sustainable development.

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