essay #5 annotated bibliography

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Works Cited Arakawa, Lynda. "Tourism Altering Wai'Anae Way of Life." The Honolulu Advertiser 20 Feb. 2005. 6 Nov. 2007 <http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2005/Feb/20/bz/bz04a.html>. Ocean activites are a popular draw for tourists to Hawai'i. The locals are concerned with how the increased level of activity is impacting natural resources and local lifestyles. Many ocean activities occur on the Wai'anae coast, primarily dolphin- watching tours. There is concern about the tour guides scaring away akule schools from fishermen and boating too close to the surf breaks at Makaha Beach. The local fishermen have to spend more money on gas and more of their own time going farther down the coastline to catch fish. The increase in tourism has raised the question of just how many tourists the state can accommodate. The locals are not trying to stop all tourists from visiting Hawai'i, they are trying to find a way to make sure the new pressures do not cause the old way of life or their resources to
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