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Exploring the social interest in agritourism among the urban population of Kazakhstan

, provide tourists with high-quality experiences and maintain the quality of the natural environment sought by both the host society and tourists ( Erdavletov 2015 ). The experience of European countries indicates that the development of rural tourism services, including agritourism, is based on the mutual and simultaneous stimulation of demand and supply factors. Social urbanisation progressing gradually since the turn of century creates the potential for the demand for rural tourism in Kazakhstan. In the past two decades, the growth rate of the urban population

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The consequences of soil degradation in China: a review

Monitor. Retrieved from http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Asia-Pacific/2011/0727/China-s-farmers-see-hope-in-effort-to-stem-soil-erosion-caused-by-Three-Gorges-Dam Fukase E, Martin W (2016) Who will feed China in the 21st century? Income growth and food demand and supply in China. Journal of Agricultural Economics 67(1): 3−23. Gao JH, Jia J, Kettner AJ, Xing F, Wang YP, Li J, Bai F, Zou X, Gao S (2015) Reservoir-induced changes to fluvial fluxes and their downstream impacts on sedimentary processes: The Changjiang (Yangtze) River, China. Quaternary

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