1. Introduction: Frontiers in Nature-Based Tourism 2. Innovative Processes in a Nature-Based Tourism Case: The Role of a Tour-operator as the Driver of Innovation 3. Fishing Rights and Supply of Salmon Angling Tourism in Mid-Norway 4. Understanding Recreational Experience Preferences: Application at Fulufjallet National Park, Sweden 5. Turning National Parks into Tourist Attractions: Nature Orientation and Quest for Facilities 6. Cultural Clash: Interpreting Established Use and New Tourism Activities in Protected Natural Areas 7. The Right of Public Access - Opportunity or Obstacle for Nature Tourism in Sweden? 8. Differences in Tourists' and Local Residents' Perceptions of Tourism Landscapes: A Case Study from Yllas, Finnish Lapland 9. Tourism Struggling as the Icelandic Wilderness is Developed 10. Stakeholder Consensus Regarding Trail Conditions and Management Responses: A Norwegian Case Study 11. Eco-tourism Certification - Does it Make a Difference? A Comparison of Systems from Australia, Costa Rica and Sweden 12. Financing Recreational Infrastructure with Micropayments and Donations: A Pilot Study on Cross-country Ski Track Preparations in Sweden.
Peter Fredman is a Professor in nature-based tourism at the European Tourism Research Institute (ETOUR) and Mid-Sweden University, Campus Ostersund. His main research interests are studies of outdoor recreation demand, visitor monitoring, planning, economic analyses and studies of the nature-based tourism supply. Liisa Tyrvainen is a Professor in nature-based tourism at the Finnish Forest Research Institute (METLA) and University of Lapland. Her main research interests are nature-based tourism demand, landscape research, participatory land-use and natural resource planning and economic analysis of landscape and recreation values of nature.