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About CMT

Founded by Dr. Jan Auyong (Oregon State University and Sea Grant Oregon, USA) and Professor Marc L. Miller (School of Marine Affairs, University of Washington, USA) and first held in 1990 in Hawai'i, the International Coastal and Marine Tourism Congress (CMT) has become a great success. Subsequent CMTs have been held in Hawai'i/USA (1996), Vancouver/Canada (1999), Çesme/Turkey (2005), Auckland/New Zealand (2007), Port Elizabeth/South Africa (2009), Breda and the Dutch Delta/The Netherlands (2012) and Hawai'i/USA (2015).

The CMT is widely considered the world's foremost congress related to tourism and recreation in coastal and marine environments and is attended by academics, students and practitioners from around the world. The congresses offer opportunities for the presentation and publication of refereed and working papers, as well as posters. A strong feature of the congresses is the supportive and collegial atmosphere where students are particularly encouraged to engage and contribute to the field.

CMT is the official congress of the International Costal and Marine Tourism Society (ICMTS). You can find more information about ICMTS and previous CMTs here.

Previous CMT hosts

CMT 2015; Kailua Kona, Hawai'i



CMT 2012, Dutch Delta, the Netherlands




CMT 2009, Port Elizabeth, South Africa





CMT 2007, Auckland, New Zealand


Sidansvarig: Kajsa Folmeus Strandberg|Sidan uppdaterades: 2016-09-08

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