There is a great deal of public interest in Sable Island, and much desire by individuals to experience its fascinating ecological and cultural heritage. These desires must be weighed against the possibility that tourism could seriously damage Sable Island through erosion, pollution, disturbance of wildlife and a variety of other foreseen and unforeseen factors. This research paper was created by a group of Dalhousie University Nature Conservation students and was commissioned by the Sable Island Preservation Trust in order to generate discussion about the prospect of allowing eco-tourism on Sable Island.
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