Conference Articles

Amoroso, M. (2014). Persiguiendo las olas: turismo de surf y significado del viaje para surfistas. Proceedings of the VI Congreso Latinoamericano de Investigación Turística, Neuquén, 25, 26 y 27 de Septiembre de 2014

Ardianto, E. (2013). Dimensions of Community-Based Tourism: A case of surf community in Bali, Indonesia. Proceedings from 3rd International Conference on Tourism and Hospitality Management, June 27th to 29th 2013, Athens, Greece, 29-35.

Assenov, I. & Martin, S. (2010). Surf tourism research 1997-2009: a systematic review and interdisciplinary perspective. Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the Asia Pacific Tourism Association, held in Macao 13 to 16 July, 2010.

Bishop, J. (2016). Ride the Sacred Surf: Christian Sacralizations of the Pacific Ocean. Second Graduate Conference on Religion, University of California, Los Angeles, CA.

Challinor & Weight (2005). “Offshore Development – New Frontiers of Opportunity” – CoastNet Conference, 15 Sep 2005, London, UK. Retrieved from _paper.pdf

David Anning, Dan Ware, Michael Raybould, and Neil Lazarow. (2013) “Valuing beach and surf tourism and recreation in Australian sea change communities” 4th Queensland Coastal Conference. Townsville, Queensland.Oct. 2013.

Dolnicar, S & Fluker, M, (2003). Who’s Riding the Wave? An Investigation Into Demographic and Psychographic Characteristics of Surf Tourists, CD Proceedings of the 13th International Research Conference for the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE 2003).

Dolnicar, S. & Fluker, M. (2004). Past Destination Choice Among Surfers – Is Destination Choice Symptomatic for Surfer Segments?, CD Proceedings of the 13th International Research Conference for the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE), 2004.

Evers, C. (2006). Locals Only! Proceedings of the Everyday Multiculturalism Conference of the Centre for Research on Social Inclusion, Macquarie University, 28-29 Sept. 2006, Sidney, Australia.

Farmer, B. & Short, A. (2007). Australian surfing reserves: rationale and process for recognising iconic surfing locations, SI 50, (Proceedings of the 9th International Coastal Symposium, 99 – 103, Gold Coast, Australia, ISSN 0749.0208

Fluker, M. (2003). Riding the wave: Defining surf tourism [online]. In: Braithwaite, Robyn L (Editor); Braithwaite, Richard W (Editor). CAUTHE 2003: Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research. Lismore, N.S.W.: Southern Cross University, 2003: 398-406.

Guibert C., Identifications territoriales et usages politique : le surf sur la côte Aquitaine, EEGS « l’espace social : outils et méthodes, objets et éthique(s) », Rennes 2006 – atelier Acteurs,, 4 pages

Hugues-Dit-Ciles, E., Findlay, M., Glegg, G., & Richards, J. (2004). An investigation into the nature of surfing tourism and its potential environmental impacts on relatively pristine environments: Gnaraloo, Western Australia, a case study. Proceedings of the Coast to Coast ’04: Australia’s National Coastal Conference (pp. 1–9), Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, April 19–23.

Lam-González, Y. & León-Ledesma, J. (2015). El perfil del turista náutico en el destino Cabo Verde. Perspectiva Empresarial 2(2), 23-34. doi:10.16967%2Frpe.v2n2a5

Lazarow, N. & Nelsen, C. (2007). The value of coastal recreational resources: a case study approach to examine the value of recreational surfing to specific locales. Proceedings of Coastal Zone 07, Portland, Oregon July 22 to 26, 2007. Retrieved from

Lazarow, N. (2009). Using observed market expenditure to estimate the value of recreational surfing to the Gold Coast, Australia. Paper presented at 10th International Coastal Symposium, 13-18 April,Lisbon. Retrieved from

Lazarow, N. and Tomlinson, R. (2009). Using observed market expenditure to estimate the value of recreational surfing to the Gold Coast, Australia. Paper presented at Queensland Coastal Conference, 12 – 15 May 2009 , Sea World Resort, Gold Coast. Retrieved from

Lemarié, J. (2015). Rhythms and cycles in Surf City USA®: commercializing surfing in Southern California. Paper presented at the CSULB faculty-students conference of the sociology department, October 2010, California State University of Long Beach.

Mackellar, J. (2012). Surfing the fringe—an examination of event tourism strategies of the Bleach Festival, Coolangatta, Qld. Academic Paper Proceedings from Australian Event Symposium 2012, September 12 – 14, Sydney Convention Centre.

Martin, S. & Assenov, I. (2012). Measuring the importance of social, economic, environmental and governance indicators for the surf resource sustainability index. Proceedings of the 1st Annual PSU Phuket International Conference: Multidisciplinary Studies on Sustainable Development (p. 51). Prince of Songkla University, Phuket, Thailand, January 10–12.

Martin, S. & Assenov, I. (2012). Towards a surf resource sustainability index: A global model for surf site conservation and Thailand case study. Proceedings of the 18th Asia Pacific Tourism Association Annual Conference (APTA) Hospitality & Tourism Education: New Tourism & New Waves (pp. 745–760). Taipei, ROC, June 26–29

Martin, S. (2009). Rethinking the monsoon: Sustainable surf tourism in Thailand. Paper presented at the International Tourism Conference on Sustainable Hospitality and Tourism Management: Beyond the Global Recession. Silpakon University, Bangkok, Thailand, May 14–15.

Martin, S. A. (2010). The conservation of coastal surfing resources in Thailand: The Andaman Sea. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Environment and Natural Resources (ICENR) 2010 – The Changing Environment: Challenges for Society (pp. 262–280), Mahidol University, Salaya Campus, Bangkok, Thailand, November 10–12.

Martin, S. A., & Assenov, I. (2008). Interdisciplinary approaches toward sustainable surf tourism in Thailand. Paper presented at the 1st PSU Sustainability Conference. Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus, Thailand, November 19–21.

Martin, S. A., & Assenov, I. (2008,June). Beach and coastal survey: What future for surf tourism. Paper presented at the 7th Asia Pacific Forum for Graduate Students’ Research in Tourism – Advances in Tourism Practices: Pointing the Way Forward, University Teknologi Mara, Selangor, Malaysia.

Martin, S. A., & Assenov, I. (2011, November). A statistical analysis of surf tourism research literature.Paper presented at the 4th Annual PSU Research Conference: Multidisciplinary Studies on Sustainable Development. Prince of Songkla University, Phuket, Thailand. Retrieved from

Mead, S. (2003). Surfing Science. Proceedings of the 3rd International Surfing Reef Symposium, Raglan, New Zealand, June 22-25, 2003

Miller,J., Mahon, A. & Herrington, T. (2010) Assessment of alternative beachfill placement on surfing resources. Proceedings from the 32nd International Conference on Coastal Engineering (ICCE), June 30 – July 5, 2010, Shanghai, China

Morrissey, K. and Moran, C. (2011, April). The Market and Non-Market Value of Water Based Activities in the West of Ireland. Paper presented at Regional Studies Association Annual International Conference 2011. Retrieved from

Needham, M. and Szuster, B.(2009, June). A conjoint analysis of situational influences on acceptance of coastal recreation management strategies in Hawaii. Paper presented at 6th International Congress on Coastal and marine Tourism, Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa. Retrieved from

Nelsen, C.; Lazarow, N.; Bernal, M.; Murphy, M. and Pijoan, P. (2008). The socioeconomics and management of surfing areas: international case studies from Mexico, Spain, California and Australia. 21st International Conference of The Coastal Society, Redondo Beach, June 29 – July 3.

Pierro & Benedet 2008 Surfing engineered beaches. National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology, January 30 – February 1, 2008, Sarasota, Florida

Pitt, A. (2010). His dump site, our playground; a call for the configuration placement of dredge sand. Paper presented at 19th NSW Coastal Conference 2010, 10 – 12 November 2010, Batemans Bay, Australia

Ponting, J. (2006). Castles Made of Sand: The ‘Nirvanification’ of the Mentawai Islands. Paper presented at International Tourism and Media (ITAM) Conference 2006.

Queiroga, A.; Lucena, R.; Mitzcun, R.; Pereira, R. (2010). O Surfista e Sua Prancha: Uma Relação Além da Posse. Anais do XIII SEMEAD. São Paulo: USP, 09-10/09/2010

Raybould, M., Lazarow, N., Anning, D., Ware, D., & Blackwell, B. (2011). A travel cost model of local resident’s beach becreation values on the Gold Coast. Paper presented at the 20th NSW Coastal Conference: 20/20 Vision: Lessons Learnt and Looking Toward Future Improvement, 8-11 November 2011, Tweed Heads, Australia,

Rebelo, C. & Carvalhinho, L. (2012, November). Turismo de surf. Perceção das potencialidades de Peniche como destino de surf. Paper presented at the Internacional Conference on Tourism Recreation (ICTR), Peniche,Portugal

Reis, P. (2016). What are we doing here? Searching for the surfer’s identity. Atas do II Encontro Científico da I2ES. Unidade de Investigação e Inovação em Economia e Sociedade – ISLA Santarém.

Reis, P. (2014). O surf como expressão de identidade e de estilo de vida. Atas das III Jornadas Científicas Internacionais de Turismo: Produtos, Mercados e Destinos. Instituto Superior de Ciências Educativas.

Reis, P. (2015). Peniche: Um novo uso para um velho território. Atas do I Encontro Científico da I2ES. Unidade de Investigação e Inovação em Economia e Sociedade – ISLA Santarém.

Silva, M. (2011). Natureza, surf e saúde: Menino do Rio e a juvenilização da sociedade. VIII POSCOM-Seminário dos Alunos de Pós-Graduação em Comunicação Social da PUC-Rio de Janeiro, 23, 24 e 25 de Novembro de 2011.

Slotkin, M.; Chambliss, K.; Vamosi, A. & Lindo C. (2009). Surf Tourism, Artificial Surfing Reefs, and Environmental Sustainability. Proceedings from AIP Conference SUSTAINABILITY 2009: THE NEXT HORIZON, 3–4 March 2009, Melbourne (Florida)

Slotkin,M.; Chambliss,K.; Vamosi,A. and Lindo, C. (2009). Surf Tourism, Artificial Surfing Reefs, and Environmental Sustainability.Paper presented at Conference “Sustainability 2009: the next horizon” 3–4 March 2009, Melbourne (Florida). Retrieved from

Usher, L. and Gómez, E. (2015). Peleando las olas: An exploration of surf localism in Pavones, Costa Rica. Tourism Travel and Research Association: Advancing Tourism Research Globally, 2015 TTRA Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, 15-17 June. Paper 4.

Villarroel, M. (2013). Las prácticas deportivas del surf y bodyboard en las playas de la Quinta Región: representación social e imaginario social de los practicantes. Acta Científica XXIX Congreso de la Asociación Latinoamericana de Sociología 2013 – ISBN: 978-956-19-0828-4

Wright, T. (2014). Waves of transformation – surfers and ocean environments in Bali. Paper presented at the combined ASAANZ/AAS Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand November 12, 2014

Zucco, F. (2002). Surf – Um Mercado em Evolução. XXV Congresso Brasileiro de Ciências da Comunicação. Sociedade Brasileira de Estudos Interdisciplinares da Comunicação, Salvador/BA – 1 a 5 Set 2002

Zucco, F., Mesquita, A. & Pilla,A, (2002). Surf – um mercado em evolução. Actas do XXV Congresso Brasileiro de Ciências da Comunicação – Salvador/BA – 1 a 5 Set 2002