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Challenge 2 Wildlife danger, sustainability and promotion In Australia's Northern Territory tourist numbers have been declining. Crocodile tours on...

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Challenge 2 Wildlife danger, sustainability and promotion In Australia’s Northern Territory tourist numbers have been declining. Crocodile tours on the Adelaide and South Alligator River have however retained reasonably successful numbers of visitors. These tours are now under threat from a number of directions. As the tour operators have developed their operations, one of the tour highlights is the feeding of wild crocodiles which launch out of the water and grab a fish bait from a suspended pole. This activity is appealing to visitors because of the spectacular photographic shots they can take, including selfies, from the side of the cruise boats. However the National Parks organisation plus a number of concerned lobby groups including the local fishing lobby and the even the animal rights organisation suggest that the practice is causing a number of problems. It is overfeeding the reptiles producing a large number of aggressive males. It is making crocodiles very familiar with and attracted to boats and fearless around them. The boat operators argue that their practice makes people aware of how dangerous and impressive the animals are, thus promoting caution in places where crocodiles live. They also argue that they are not the only beneficiaries of the jumping crocodiles with the hotels, restaurants and much of the Kakadu and Darwin tourist trade and associated employment dependent on the 40,000 visitors a year who take crocodile tours. Using the ABCDEFG OMO approach and building closely on the work in the subject provide two options which will maximise the outcomes for the stakeholders.
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-1- Version: 2017_2 Internal Subject Outline Subject Name: Visitor and Crowd Behaviour Management Subject Code: BX3095:03 Study Period: SP51, 2017 Study Mode: Internal Campus: Singapore Subject Coordinator: Professor Philip Pearce Subject Lecturer: Dr. Jenny Panchal Tutor: Dr. Jackie Ong We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters where our university is located and actively seek to contribute and support the JCU Reconciliation Statement, which exemplifies respect for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait cultures, heritage, knowledge and the valuing of justice and equity for all Australians. Subject at a glance Weekly Engagement Weekly Outputs Reading, viewing lecture content slides, personal photos and 3 websites Assignments 1 Presentation Exam 2 Group Work
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-2- Version: 2017_2 Pre-requisites: For prerequisites for BX3095, see view.xslt This subject outline has been prepared by Professor Philip Pearce for the College of Business Law and Governance, Division of Tropical Environments and Societies, James Cook University. Updated 17 January 2017. Q1. This subject is offered across more than one campus and/or mode and/or teaching period within the one calendar year. Yes No Q2. If yes [Q1], the design of all offerings of this subject ensure the same learning outcomes and assessment types and weightings. Yes No Q3. If no [Q2], _________________________ has authorised any variations , in terms of equivalence. *** Subject Outline Peer Reviewer Name Tingzhen Chen Position Date Reviewed 24 January 2017 © Copyright 2017 (V2017-1) This publication is copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, criticism, or review as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process or placed in computer memory without written permission.
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