Definitions for "Secondary Effects"
A general term to define impacts which are caused by a specific action and which take place later in time or further removed in distance but are still reasonably foreseeable. Secondary effects can be indeterminate, may not be easily recognized, and can be difficult to identify and evaluate.
Effects indirectly related to a course of action whose influence will only be seen or felt later in time. View Capstone Lesson(s) that address this concept
Secondary effects encompass the indirect effects and induced effects that result from the spending of cultural tourists in the region. Put another way, secondary effects encompass the local economic activity associated with the re-spending of cultural tourism dollars.