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References Ahmed, M.T. and Hefny, M., 2007: Climate Change and Tourism: An Egyptian Perspective . Ismailia, Egypt: Suez Canal University. Andersson, L., Wilk, J., Todd, M.C., Hughes, D.A., Earle, A., Kniveton, D., Layberry, R., and Savenije, H.H.G., 2006: Impact of Climate Change and Development Scenarios on Flow Patterns in the Okavango River. Journal of Hydrology , 331: 43-57. Becken S. and Hay J.E., 2007: Tourism and Climate Change: Risks and Opportunities , Clevedon: Channel View. Becken, S. 2013: A Review of Tourism and Climate Change as an Evolving

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