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Preprint: Data on Peer Reviewed Papers about Recreational Disturbance of Coastal Avifauna

Version 1 : Received: 10 September 2019 / Approved: 11 September 2019 / Online: 11 September 2019 (05:17:14 CEST)

How to cite: Simpson, G.D.; Marasinghe, S.; Newsome, D.; Perera, P. Preprint: Data on Peer Reviewed Papers about Recreational Disturbance of Coastal Avifauna. Preprints 2019, 2019090115 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201909.0115.v1). Simpson, G.D.; Marasinghe, S.; Newsome, D.; Perera, P. Preprint: Data on Peer Reviewed Papers about Recreational Disturbance of Coastal Avifauna. Preprints 2019, 2019090115 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201909.0115.v1).

Abstract

This data descriptor summarizes the process applied to identify, screen, select and gather data from the content of 142 peer-reviewed papers/sources that report on the sources and impacts of recreational disturbance on coastal avifauna. While populations of resident and migratory coastal avifauna are under threat and diminishing rapidly across the planet, and particularly in association with Asian flyways, many governments are leveraging booming global demand for coastal recreation and tourism in order to deliver economic development to regional communities. The summary data shared via this data description was extracted from papers collected in a systematic literature review that was designed to explore the global literature on the recreational disturbance of coastal avifauna in order to elucidate the state of the global knowledge regarding this issue and to identify management strategies that could be applied at tropical Asian destinations to minimize the impacts of recreational disturbance and thus enhance the ecological sustainability of coastal recreation and tourism across the region. The data shared via the Excel worksheet associated with this data descriptor was extracted from peer-reviewed articles published in English between 1 January 2000 and the 31 December 2018 with the full text of the article available online. These articles were found by searching several online indexing several databases including Scopus, Web of Science, ProQuest and Google Scholar.

Subject Areas

beaches; coastal avifauna; ecotourism; migratory birds; recreation ecology; recreational disturbance; shorebirds; tourism development; wetlands

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