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Title: Comparison of the Holiday Climate Index (HCI) and the Tourism Climate Index (TCI) in Tbilisi
Authors: Amiranashvili, A.
Kartvelishvili, L.
Matzarakis, A.
Keywords: ეკოლოგია;შრომები;Holiday Climate Index;Tourism Climate Index;bioclimate
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: საერთაშორისო სამეცნიერო კონფერენცია „ეკოლოგიის თანამედროვე პრობლემები“, შრომები, ISSN 1512-1976, ტ. 7, თბილისი-თელავი, საქართველო, 26-28 სექტემბერი, 2020, გვ. 424-427
International Scientific Conference „Modern Problems of Ecology“, Proceedings, ISSN 1512-1976, v.7, Tbilisi-Telavi, Georgia, 26-28 September, 2020, pp. 424-427
Международная научная конференция „Современные проблемы экологии“,Труды, ISSN 1512-1976, т. 7, Тбилиси-Телави, Грузия, 26-28 сентября, 2020, с. 424-427
Abstract: A comparative analysis of data on the monthly values of Tourism Climate Index (TCI) and Holiday Climate Index (HCI) in Tbilisi is presented. Period of observation – 1956-2015. Average monthly values of HCI for the entire observation period varied from 62.0 (“Good”, January) to 83.8 (“Excellent”, May). As in the case with the TCI, according to the HCI, the bioclimatic conditions in Tbilisi are favorable for resort and tourist purposes all year round. Comparison of the values and categories of the Tourism Climate Index and Holiday Climate Index shows that the intra-annual variation of both indices is similar and has a bimodal form. However, given that the TCI is calculated for the so-called “average tourist” (regardless of gender, age, physical condition), the values and categories of this index is lower than the HCI values and categories
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