Fernanda de Vasconcellos Pegas
Fernanda de Vasconcellos Pegas
Environmental Future Research Institute
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Ecotourism and conservation: Two cases from Brazil and Peru
A Stronza, F Pêgas
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 13 (4), 263-279, 2008
A population accounting approach to assess tourism contributions to conservation of IUCN-redlisted mammal species
RC Buckley, JG Castley, F de Vasconcellos Pegas, AC Mossaz, R Steven
PloS one 7 (9), e44134, 2012
Ecotourism as a conservation tool and its adoption by private protected areas in Brazil
FV Pegas, JG Castley
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 22 (4), 604-625, 2014
Ecotourism and sea turtle harvesting in a fishing village of Bahia, Brazil
F Pegas, A Stronza
Conservation and Society 8 (1), 15-25, 2010
For love or for money? Investigating the impact of an ecotourism programme on local residents' assigned values towards sea turtles
FV Pegas, A Coghlan, A Stronza, V Rocha
Journal of Ecotourism 12 (2), 90-106, 2013
Turismo de base comunitária no Brasil: Inustentabilidade é uma questão de gestão
E Mielke, F Pegas
Turismo e Analise, 2012
An exploration of a mini-guide programme: Training local children in sea turtle conservation and ecotourism in Brazil
F Pegas, A Coghlan, V Rocha
Journal of Ecotourism 11 (1), 48-55, 2012
Private reserves in Brazil: Distribution patterns, logistical challenges, and conservation contributions
F de Vasconcellos Pegas, JG Castley
Journal for nature conservation 29, 14-24, 2016
Ecotourism equations: Do economic benefits equal conservation
F Pegas, A Stronza
Ecotourism and conservation in the Americas 7, 163, 2008
Tourism and CSR
R Buckley, F de Vasconcellos Pegas
The Routledge Handbook of Tourism and the Environment, 543-552, 2012
Domestic tourism and sustainability in an emerging economy: Brazil's littoral pleasure periphery
FV Pegas, D Weaver, G Castley
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 23 (5), 748-769, 2015
Conserving Brazil's Atlantic forests
R Buckley, F de Vasconcellos Pegas
Science 346 (6214), 1193-1193, 2014
Four hurdles for conservation on private land: the case of the golden lion tamarin in Brazil's Atlantic Forest
RC Buckley, F de Vasconcellos Pegas
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 88, 2015
Adaptive threat management framework: integrating people and turtles
VRF da Silva, SF Mitraud, MLCP Ferraz, EHSM Lima, MTD Melo, ...
Environment, development and sustainability 18 (6), 1541-1558, 2016
The ecotourism-extraction nexus and its implications for the long-term sustainability of protected areas: what is being sustained and who decides?
W Hill, J Byrne, F de Vasconcellos Pegas
Journal of Political Ecology 23 (1), 308-327, 2016
Interdependencies among traditional resource use practices, sustainable tourism, and biodiversity conservation: A global assessment
F de Vasconcellos Pegas, J Grignon, C Morrison
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20 (5), 454-469, 2015
From dinner plate to T-shirt logo: The changing role of a flagship turtle species in one of Brazil’s most popular tourism destinations
F Pegas
Channel View Publications (forthcoming), Bristol, 2014
Cattle Ranchers and agritourism in Oregon, USA: motivations, challenges and opportunities from the landowner's perspective
FDV Pegas, C Ollenburg, JF Tynon
Tourism Recreation Research 38 (1), 43-54, 2013
Citations: overcome the language barrier
R Buckley, F de Vasconcellos Pegas, Z Lin-Sheng
Nature 501 (7468), 492, 2013
Conservation Science and Practice
R Buckley, C Morrison, J Guy Castley, F de Vasconcellos Pegas, ...
Biological Conservation 162, 133, 2013
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