alexa Abstract | Dabie Mountain sports tourism project development location problems research under growth pole theory perspective

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Tourism resource as one of special territorial resources is the most important natural material basis and pre-conditions in tourism development, it plays more and more important roles in nowadays society and economic life. According to Dabie mountain areas geographical advantages and existing scenic spots and red culture influence factors comprehensive analyzing, implements sports tourism development. Growth pole theory is a regional economics balance development theory based on economics and operations research, applying the theory has very important guiding significance to Dabie mountain sports tourism project development location, make main construction of some sports tourism growth poles in batches, and further use their diffusion effects to drive the whole Dabie mountain areas tourism and economic development.

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Author(s): Bing Zhang Zhengkai Shi Libin Yu Weiqi Jiang Miao Tian and Lu liu


growth pole, sports tourism, Dabie Mountain, development location, growth pole theory

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