Introduction; P.P. Wong. Section I: Coastal Environments for Tourism. 1. Coastal tourism, geomorphology and geological conservation: the example of south central England; V. May. 2. Geomorphological aspects of surfing in Victoria, Australia; E. Bird. 3. Analysis of critical coastal processes affecting recreation and tourism development opportunities along south-western Cape coastline; M.E.R. Burns, L. Barwell, T.J.E. Heinecken. 4. Terrestrial coastal environments and tourism in Western Samoa; S. Pearsall. 5. Geoecodynamic assessment to improve the landscape tourist resources in Cancun, Yucatan peninsula, Mexico; J.F. Cervantes Borja, M. Meza Sanchez. Section II: Tourism--Environment Relationships on the Coast. 6. Maldivian tourist resorts and their environmental impact; M. Domroes. 7. Island tourism development in Peninsular Malaysia: environmental perspective; P.P. Wong. 8. Morphology and tourist infrastructures of the Ivorian coast; J. Abe, K. Affian. 9. Geomorphology and tourism related aspects of the Lekki barrier-lagoon coastline in Nigeria; L.F. Awosika, A.C. Ibe. 10. Geomorphic impacts of resort evolution along the Gulf of Mexico coast: applicability of resort cycle models; K.J. Meyer-Arendt. 11. Coastal geomorphology and tourism on the German North Sea coast; D. Kelletat. 12. Tourist development and coastal conservation in France; A. Miossec. 13. The impact of man on the shoreline environment of the Costa del Sol, southern Spain; A.J. McDowell, R.W.G. Carter, H.J. Pollard. 14. Man's impact on thecoast of Ireland; R.W.G. Carter, D.A. Eastwood, H.J. Pollard.