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INNOVATION IN MARKET: A CASE STUDY OF WAN LONG SKI RESORT
Yan-ru WAN
Management Science and Engineering , 2008,
Abstract: This paper addresses marketing aspect in Wan Long Ski Resort. Still now no researcher has ever written any thing on the nature of ski resort in China, so in this paper our effort is to integrae the Four P’s analysis of its own company to a get a good idea of where it currently stands and show that the nature of ski business is developement orented and it needs to do a market scan to see how their current condition measures up to the demand. finally, after comparing its current status with the results from the market research, Wan Long should decide what to change and how to implement those changes. Key words: Customer relationship, Ski industry, Blue Ocean strategy
Plant cover evolution and naturalisation of revegetated ski runs in an Apennine ski resort (Italy)
Argenti G,Ferrari L
iForest : Biogeosciences and Forestry , 2009, DOI: 10.3832/ifor0511-002
Abstract: Revegetation on ski runs is performed to limit soil erosion, to reduce visual impact and to lengthen the duration of snow cover. Commercial forage mixtures are often used and the mid-long term aim is to obtain a high level of colonisation by species of the local flora to ensure the ecological integration of restored areas. The naturalisation of the artificial canopy is affected in a remarkable way by the local environmental conditions and by management of the swards. To contribute to the knowledge of this process, data collected in an Apennine ski resort on several ski runs revegetated in different years and located at different elevations (from 1020 to 1745 m a.s.l.) are reported. Botanical analyses were also conducted on natural areas located at different altitudes and close to the ski tracks to assess the level of naturalisation reached by the artificial canopy. Results showed the effectiveness of the revegetations performed, even though they were carried out with very simple mixtures. Data collection allowed to evaluate the rapidity of the naturalisation process which is mainly affected by the height of the ski slope and years since sowing. Evolution of swards over time demonstrated that, in the environment studied, characterised by low altitude, the speed of colonisation by native species is considerably higher than that reported in previous studies carried out in different alpine environments located at upper elevations.
Possible paths towards sustainable tourism development in a high-mountain resort  [cached]
Laurent Arcuset
Revue de Géographie Alpine , 2009, DOI: 10.4000/rga.1048
Abstract: This text starts from the teachings stemming from an evaluation of the tourist practices in the light of sustainable tourism principles, realized in 2004 within the framework of a national network piloted by the French Agency of Touristic Engineering (today ODIT France), for the ski resort of Valloire, first-generation resort in the Maurienne, which development and modernization in the 2000s kept pace with a vast real estate program. The article investigates the stakes and difficulties of the implementation of sustainable development in Valloire, asks the question of the "cultural revolution" which the actors should achieve to change the model of economic development, and suggest some tracks to reach there. The local approach of "sustainable tourism", indeed, seems for the moment rather to aim - as in many other high mountain ski resorts - towards a more environmental management of the basic urban functions than a real questioning of a tourist model based upon the triptych development of the ski slopes, securizing of the snow resource and touristic real estate programs. Ce texte part des enseignements issus d’une évaluation des pratiques touristiques à l’aune des principes du tourisme durable, réalisée en 2004 dans le cadre d’un réseau national piloté par l’Agence Fran aise d’Ingénierie Touristique (aujourd’hui ODIT France), pour la station de Valloire, station de première génération de Maurienne dont le développement et la modernisation dans les années 2000 sont allés de pair avec un vaste programme immobilier. L’article explore les enjeux et les difficultés de la mise en uvre du développement durable à Valloire, pose la question de la révolution culturelle que les acteurs devraient accomplir pour changer de modèle de développement économique, et suggère quelques pistes pour y parvenir. L’approche locale du tourisme durable , en effet, semble pour l’heure plut t tendre – comme dans bien d’autres stations de haute montagne – vers une gestion plus environnementale des fonctions urbaines de base que vers une véritable remise en cause d’un modèle touristique reposant sur le triptyque développement du domaine skiable, sécurisation de la ressource neige et programmes immobiliers de tourisme.
Revegetation of ski runs in Serbia: Case studies of Mts. Stara Planina and Div ibare
Bjedov Ivana,Risti? R.,Stavretovi? N.,Stevovi? V.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/abs1104127b
Abstract: Revegetation is the most sustainable method of soil stabilization at ski runs. In order to establish a stable plant community, it is recommended to use native species. However, non-native species are most often used. In this paper the revegetation of ski runs at two ski resorts is investigated: Div ibare and Stara Planina. Seven species were used for the revegetation of the ski run at the Div ibare ski resort of which six species were native. Six species were used for the revegetation of the Stara Planina ski resort, of which two species were native. It was established that the plant species used in the seed mixtures were suitable for erosion control at the investigated ski resorts.
Ski Sickness in Adolescents Skiers
Reza Alizadeh,Vahid Ziaee,Ziba Aghsaei-Fard,Mehrab Hojat
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics , 2009,
Abstract: Objective:There is shortage of knowledge about medical problems in adolescent skiers. This study aimed to determine frequency of medical signs and symptoms during or after ski among adolescent skiers. Methods:This cross sectional study was performed in 12 consecutive weekends in winter 2005 at Dizin ski resort in Iran. All adolescent skiers (<16years) who had entered the resort during this time period were enrolled in the study. A questionnaire including demographics, duration of transport to the resort, wearing glasses and contact lenses for medical and non medical applications, duration and frequency of skiing and development of signs and symptoms of ski sickness during or after skiing was filled for each participant. In addition, association of mentioned variables with medical problems was investigated. Findings:Of 162 skiers, 111 subjects (68.5%) were males. The mean age of the participants was 14.7±2.1 years. Of them, 127 skiers wore glasses or lens during skiing. Visual disorders including myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism were found in 24 (14.8%) skiers. Our study showed that the frequency of main ski-related signs and symptoms varies from 0 to 10.5%. There was significant association between occurrence of signs and symptoms and presence of visual disorder (P=0.015). Conclusion:Our results showed that development of ski-related signs and symptoms is relatively frequent. These signs and symptoms have association with minor ophthalmologic problems such as myopia or astigmatism.
Local differentiation of ski resorts by nearby consumers: Saint-Pierrede- Chartreuse and Sept-Laux: Two periurban ski resorts near Grenoble  [cached]
Hugues FRAN?OIS
Essachess : Journal for Communication Studies , 2009,
Abstract: Nowadays, the economic model of ski resort is perturbed by new pressure on lodging and development of short stays. Suburban resorts are particularly facing these new challenges. This article considers them as laboratories and aims to present the results of a consumers’survey.
Runet resort websites: classification and analysis
Alexander M. Vetitnev,Yakov A. Ashkinadze
European Researcher , 2011,
Abstract: The article presents author's classification of RuNet resort resources and gives the analysis of Sochi health resort institutions websites started from 2006 to 2010. In four years the number of the resort institutions having their own websites increased and the level of websites provision depended on resort facilities size, specialization, qualification and location.
City as a (touristic) product
Lebo?, Sonja
PASOS : Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural , 2005,
Abstract: Urban areas and socio-cultural aspects of urban processes are important subjects for development of Cultural Tourism. This article argues for multidisciplinary approach to urban planning, stresses the importance of quality of life of citizens, which implies the quality of staying of their guests. In complex attempt of mapping the sites of interest (while having in view different models of typologies of a tourist), emphasis has been put on strategy that involves the contemporary art-praxis connected to cultural and visual anthropology. In the continuance, through blending anthropological and semiotical concepts, the most important issues that have been raised are: coexistence of the most distinctive cultural features even in the smallest urban units, studies of social and aesthetic signs that represent those features and production of meaning in cooperation of host and tourist in projecting a city as a (touristic) product. The article extensively uses arguments derived from numerous case-studies of the urban area of the city of Zagreb, Croatian capital
On some Oniscidea and Diplopoda from the Retezat Massif: First record of Porcellium productum Frankenberger, 1940 and Porcellium recurvatum Verhoeff, 1901 in Romania
Giurginca A.,Pl?ia?u Rodica,Munteanu C.M.
Archives of Biological Sciences , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/abs0703233g
Abstract: Our paper presents a survay of Oniscidea and the Diplopoda from the Retezat Massif in Romania. The first records in Romania of the species Porcellium productum and Porcellium recurvatum have been presented. .
THE TOURISTIC POTENTIAL OF WATER RESOURCES IN SUCEAVA DISTRICT  [cached]
Andrei-Emil BRICIU,Dinu OPREA-GANCEVICI
Revista de Turism : Studii si Cercetari in Turism , 2011,
Abstract: It was realised a map of the touristic potential of the water resources in Suceava District and various aspects of this potential are discussed. Rivers, lakes, swamps, springs and other forms of water which represents a touristic resource are detailed by functional domains; from these, the mineral springs and the presence of the snow are the most important elements of touristic potential that can generate touristic flows. The evolution, in the county, of the water resources-related tourism is assumed to be similar to that observed for other countries in Central-Eastern Europe.
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