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2017 PUBLICATIONS

Kohl, Jon. (2017). Effective interpretive planning: More than just answering technical questionsLegacy. 34-35. March.

Kohl, Jon. (2017). La planificación interpretativa efectiva: Más que solo contestar preguntas técnicasBoletín de Interpretación. 36: 9-11. Septiembre.

Kohl, Jon. (2017). Beyond the interpreter’s words: Experiences erupt from the visitor’s entire contextLegacy 28(1): 6-9. January.

Kohl, Jon. (2017). Nature and cultural heritage are one and the sameInterpretation Europe Newsletter 1(5). January.

Miller, Zachary; Fefer, Jessica; Kraja, Arben; Lash, Benjamin; Freimund, Wayne. (2017). Perspectives on visitor use management in the national parksThe George Wright Forum 34(1): 37-44.

Mosco, Alejandra. (2017). Estrategia interpretativa aplicada en la curaduría de exposiciones. Patrimonio tangible e intangible mexicano: Una reflexión, British Archaeological Reports, International Series Oxford. 71-77

Mullis, B. (2017). Advancing Tajikistan’s Tourism Industry. U.S. Department of State. October.

Mullis, B. (2017). The growth paradox: Can tourism ever be sustainable? World Economic Forum.

UNWTO. (2017). Tourism and Sustainable Development Goals: Journey to 2030. UNWTO and UNDP.

Valenzuela, Francisco. (2017). The Future Has Other Plans: Planning Holistically to Conserve Nature and Cultural Heritage. Review of the book The Future Has Other Plans, by J. Kohl & S. McCool. Fulcrum Publishing. July.

Weiler, Betty. (2017).  The Future has Other Plans: Planning Holistically to Conserve Natural and Cultural Heritage. Review of the book The Future Has Other Plan, by J. Kohl & S. McCool. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism Leisure and Events 9(2):103.


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