An investigation of beach aesthetics for the Antalya to Izmir coastline of Turkey: A critique of current beech aesthetic analyses

2000-09-01
Williams, AT
Morgan, R
Ozhan, E
Ergin, A
Little work appears to have been done to compare beach evaluation and rating systems in an objective manner. Many beach award/evaluation systems endeavour to guide beach users with regard to beach quality, but those currently (2000) in use in Europe are based on a small number of measurable parameters and do not approach coverage of all possible aspects of the topic.
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Citation Formats
A. Williams, R. Morgan, E. Ozhan, and A. Ergin, “An investigation of beach aesthetics for the Antalya to Izmir coastline of Turkey: A critique of current beech aesthetic analyses,” PERIODICUM BIOLOGORUM, pp. 571–578, 2000, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67588.