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      Development of virtual hunting tourism as the basis for the conservation of pristine wildlife

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          Many people in today's society still enjoy hunting as a hobby to relax and disconnect from their busy daily lives. The Crimean Peninsula, located on the Black Sea coast, is not only famous for its history, natural landscapes and resorts, but is also one of the most popular places for hunting tourism. Magnificent natural conditions, a variety of wildlife and seasonal migrations make the peninsula an ideal place for hunting and adventure, surrounded by spectacular scenery. Crimean hunting tourism offers a unique opportunity not only to plunge into the world of hunting passions, but also to enjoy all the delights of the peninsula. The relevance of studying the development of a tourist and recreational hunting tourism project is due to the actively developing market for the provision of services in the field of hunting in our country. But the hunting resources of the Crimean forests are not limitless. The possibility of replacing real hunting tourism with virtual tourism with the help of modern IT technologies (VR, AR) is the goal of our research. Thanks to this approach, a potential hunter can feel like he is in a real wild environment, but at the same time know that his life is not in serious danger. In addition, the important task of preserving endangered animal species in the wild is being solved.

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          ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS AND TROPHY HUNTING

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            Environmental and resource components in the development of subregions of the tourist territory

            This paper examines the institutional and natural resource components in the strategy of socio-economic development of the region. The rationality of the use of natural resources taking into account the resource asymmetry of the region is investigated and the justification of the segmentation of consumers of recreational resources is given. The main problem in the process of development of the region’s tourist orientation is the replacement of the natural component by the economic infrastructure. Thus, the process of development of tourist orientation is accompanied by a steady increase in the number of buildings and recreation, and according to the specifics of tourism in the region are increasingly valuable beach resources. Among all the subregions of Crimea is particularly distinguished by higher rates of recreational development and economic development relative to other subregion of Greater Yalta. Recreational potential of the Big Yalta is just over 18.6% of the potential of the Crimea, with an area of 1.1%. Territorial concentration is 16,9 times higher than in the region. All this creates the need for segmentation of subregions on the basis of resource asymmetry of the region.
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              Information technologies and E-commerce in education in the sphere of tourism and hospitality

              The country's economy can be focused on the development of primary industries or innovation, the growth of which is based on the development of knowledge-intensive industries using information technology. The large-scale development of Internet technologies has made it possible to develop a model of network management of the economy. This also applies to the business of companies in the field of tourism and service. The widespread use of information technology will improve the competitiveness of companies and reach a new level of development. The article identified a range of issues for management in the organization of tourism and hospitality for the effective use of Internet technologies and e-commerce. The article deals with the use of software tools for analyzing incoming information, multimedia content and infrastructural public networks HTML, JavaScript, WWW, information-distributed infrastructure EDI, E-mail, HTTP, architecture of the e-commerce system, the scheme of automated formation of the educational process. The professional competencies of students of secondary vocational education, higher education and the system of additional professional training in the field of tourism and service should include knowledge, skills and abilities in organizing e-commerce using modern information technologies. The article considers the stages of using Internet technologies and e-commerce technologies, approaches to organizing these processes in tourist organizations and hotels. Continuous education in the field of e-commerce using information technology will allow developing the modern tourism and hospitality market at a high information level, improve the information literacy of sales specialists and managers of tourist organizations and hotels.
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                Journal
                BIO Web of Conferences
                BIO Web Conf.
                EDP Sciences
                2117-4458
                2024
                March 20 2024
                2024
                : 93
                : 05016
                Article
                10.1051/bioconf/20249305016
                7304a438-cc6f-4678-9532-889d0eb8cba3
                © 2024

                https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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