Program & Agenda

Agenda Detail

6/20/2016 | 10:00 - 12:00 | ORAL

01 - Modern reefs and reef islands: Reflections and resonance of David Stoddart's contribution to coral reef science.

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 301 B | Abstract ID 28415

RE-VISITING THE ECOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY OF RECENT CORAL REEFS

Spencer, T., Cambridge University, United Kingdom, ts111@cam.ac.uk; Brown, B. E., Newcastle University, United Kingdom, ProfBarbaraBrown@aol.com;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 301 B | Abstract ID 28413

FORTY YEARS ON: THE SCIENTIFIC LEGACY OF THE 1973 ‘STODDART EXPEDITION’ TO THE NORTHERN GREAT BARRIER REEF.

McLEAN, R. F., University of New South Wales-Canberra, Australia, r.mclean@adfa.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 301 B | Abstract ID 28523

MICROATOLLS AS INDICATORS OF SEA-LEVEL CHANGE ON REEFS

Woodroffe, C. D., University of Wollongong, Australia, colin@uow.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29825

THE STODDART SOCIETY: LONG-TERM RESEARCH ON THE ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION BIOLOGY OF LIGHTHOUSE REEF ATOLL, BELIZE

Perlman, B. M., Wake Forest University, USA, bperlman@stanford.edu; Tietbohl, M., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, matthew.tietbohl@kaust.edu.sa; Ashley-Ross, M. A., Wake Forest University, USA, rossma@wfu.edu; Silman, M. R., Wake Forest University, USA, silmanmr@wfu.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29025

REFLECTIONS ON MODERN AND HISTORIC APPROACHES TO MAPPING CORAL REEF ENVIRONMENTS AT ALDABRA ATOLL

Hagan, A. B., Cambridge Coastal Research Unit, United Kingdom, annelisehagan@hotmail.com; Hamylton, S. M., University of Wollongong, Australia, shamylto@uow.edu.au; Spencer, T., Cambridge Coastal Research Unit, United Kingdom, ts111@cam.ac.uk;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29498

ALDABRA ATOLL WORLD HERITAGE SITE – THE VISION OF A GENIUS OR A MADMAN?

Teleki, K. A., Ocean Unite, United Kingdom, kteleki@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29541

DARWIN’S BERMUDA PARADOX REVISITED: ATOLL OR FRINGING REEF?

Rosen, B. R., Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom, b.rosen@nhm.ac.uk; Darrell, J. G., Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom, j.darrell@nhm.ac.uk;

03 - The use of genomics, proteomics and transcriptomics in coral reef studies

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28103

ELEVATED PCO2 SUPPRESSES THE INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSE OF THE CORAL ACROPORA MILLEPORA TO LPS CHALLENGE

Aguilar, C., AIMS@JCU, and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, catalina.aguilarhurtado@my.jcu.edu.au; Fôret, S., Australian National University, Australia, ; Moya, A., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, ; Bourne, D. G., Australian Institute of Marine Science,and James Cook University, , ; Miller, D. J., James Cook University, and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, , david.miller@jcu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28197

RAPID ACCLIMATION OF JUVENILE CORALS TO CO2-MEDIATED ACIDIFICATION BY UP-REGULATION OF HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN AND ANTI-APOPTOTIC BCL-2 GENES

Moya, A., James Cook University / ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, aurelie.moya@jcu.edu.au; Sakamaki, K., Kyoto University, Japan, sakamaki.kazuhiro.7u@kyoto-u.ac.jp; Mason, B. M., James Cook University, , ben.mason@jcu.edu.au; Huisman, L., James Cook University, Australia, lottehuisman@googlemail.com; Foret, S., Australian National University, Australia, sylvain.foret@anu.edu.au; Weiss, Y., James Cook University, Australia, yvonne.weiss@my.jcu.edu.au; Bull, T. E., James Cook University, , tara.bull@my.jcu.edu.au; Tomii, K., National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology , Japan, k-tomii@aist.go.jp ; Imai, K., National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology , Japan, kenichiro.imai@aist.go.jp; Hayward, D. C., Australian National University, Australia, david.hayward@anu.edu.au ; Ball, E. E., Australian National University, Australia, eldon.ball@anu.edu.au; Miller, D. J., James Cook University, Australia, david.miller@jcu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28792

A LONG ROAD TO RECOVERY: USING RNA-SEQ TO UNDERSTAND THE CORAL STRESS RESPONSE TO NATURAL BLEACHING EVENTS

Thomas, L., Stanford University, USA, luke.thomas@stanford.edu; Rose, N. H., Stanford University, USA, ; Morikawa, M. H., Stanford University, USA, ; Bay, R. A., Stanford University, USA, ; Ruiz-Jones, L., Stanford University, USA, ; Palumbi, S. R., Stanford University, , ;

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 30064

SYMBIODINIUM EXPOSED: COMPARATIVE TRANSCRIPTOMICS REVEALS GENETIC BASIS OF THERMAL TOLERANCE

Levin, R. A., The University of New South Wales, Australia, r.levin@student.unsw.edu.au; Beltran, V. H., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, v.beltran@aims.gov.au ; Hill, R., Macquarie University, Australia, ross.hill@mq.edu.au ; Kjelleberg, S., Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, Singapore, s.kjelleberg@unsw.edu.au ; McDougald, D., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, d.mcdougald@unsw.edu.au ; Steinberg, P. D., Sydney Institute of Marine Science, Australia, p.steinberg@unsw.edu.au ; van Oppen, M. J., The University of Melbourne, Australia, madeleine.van@unimelb.edu.au ;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28069

GENE EXPRESSION UNDER THERMAL STRESS AND THE POTENTIAL FOR THERMAL ACCLIMATION IN A SYMBIOTIC CNIDARIAN

Krediet, C. J., Stanford University, USA, cjkrediet@gmail.com; Lehnert, E. M., Stanford University, USA, elehnert@gmail.com; Cleves, P. A., Stanford University, USA, pacleves@gmail.com; Tran, C., Stanford University, USA, cawa@stanford.edu; Pringle, J. R., Stanford University, USA, jpringle@stanford.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29774

TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF GENE EXPRESSION IN RESPONSE TO HEAT AND SALINITY STRESS IN PLATYGYRA DAEDALEA FROM THE PERSIAN GULF

Kirk, N. L., Oregon State University, USA, kirkn@science.oregonstate.edu; Howells, E. J., New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, emily.howells@nyu.edu; Abrego, D., Zayed University, United Arab Emirates, David.Abrego@zu.ac.ae; Dziedzic, K. E., Oregon State University, USA, katherine.dziedzic@science.oregonstate.edu; Burt, J., New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, john.burt@nyu.edu; Meyer, E., Oregon State University, USA, eli.meyer@science.oregonstate.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29364

LAYER BY LAYER – TRANSCRIPTOMIC AND PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF HEAT-STRESSED STRAINS OF AIPTASIA PALLIDA

Cziesielski, M. J., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, maha.olschowsky@kaust.edu.sa; Liew, Y., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, yijin.liew@kaust.edu.sa; Marondedze, C., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, claudius.marondedze@kaust.edu.sa; Aranda, M., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, manuel.aranda@kaust.edu.sa;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29494

HYPERTHERMAL STRESS ALTERS TRANSCRIPTOMIC RESPONSE OF CORAL LARVAE AT THE ONSET OF SYMBIOSIS

Kitchen, S. A., Oregon State University, USA, kitchens@science.oregonstate.edu; Jiang, D., Oregon State University, USA, jiangd@stat.oregonstate.edu; Harii, S., University of Ryukyus, Japan, sharii@lab.u-ryukyu.ac.jp ; Satoh, N., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, norisky@oist.jp; Weis, V. M., Oregon State University, USA, weisv@science.oregonstate.edu; Shinzato, C., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, c.shinzato@oist.jp;

06 - Coral conservation in times of change: letting nature pick the winners

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 28245

EVOLUTIONARY RESCUE AND GENOMIC ADAPTATION TO OCEAN WARMING

Bay, R. A., UCLA, USA, rachaelbay@gmail.com; Rose, N. H., Stanford University, USA, noahrose@stanford.edu; Palumbi, S. R., Stanford University, USA, spalumbi@stanford.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 28272

ASSISTED EVOLUTION VIA HYBRIDIZATION: A NEW APPROACH IN CORAL REEF CONSERVATION

Chan, W. Y., The University of Melbourne, and Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, wingc4@student.unimelb.edu.au; Peplow, L. M., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, L.Peplow@aims.gov.au; Hoffmann, A. A., The University of Melbourne, Australia, ary@unimelb.edu.au; van Oppen, M. J., The University of Melbourne, and Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, madeleine.van@unimelb.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 28746

CAN CLIMATE ADAPTATION PORTFOLIOS MITIGATE RISK IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAIN IMPACTS OF GLOBAL CHANGE?

Stier, A. C., University of Washington, USA, adrian.stier@gmail.com; Schindler, D. E., University of Washington, USA, deschind@uw.edu; Pinsky, M. L., Rutgers University, USA, malin.pinsky@rutgers.edu; Essington, T., University of Washington, USA, essing@uw.edu; Webster, M. S., Coral Reef Alliance, USA, mwebster@coral.org; Colton, M. A., Coral Reef Alliance, USA, mcolton@coral.org;

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 29728

ACROPORA PALMATA'S LAST STAND IN THE FLORIDA KEYS?

Semon-Lunz, K., Florida FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, USA, kate.lunz@myfwc.com; Wirt, K., Florida FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Katherine.Wirt@myfwc.com; Neely, K., Florida FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Karen.Neely@myfwc.com; Williams, D., NOAA/NMFS, USA, Dana.Williamd@noaa.gov; Whittle, A., Florida FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Amber.Whittle@myfwc.com;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 29865

REVERSING THE DECLINE: MODELING TARGETED CONNECTIVITY IN BAHAMIAN ACROPORIDS

Paris, C. B., Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, cparis@rsmas.miami.edu; Le Hénaff, M., University of Miami, USA, mlehenaff@rsmas.miami.edu; Chaput, R., Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, rchaput@rsmas.miami.edu; Dahlgren, C., Bahamas National Trust, , craigdahlgren@yahoo.com;

https://www.rsmas.miami.edu/people/faculty-index/?p=claire-paris-limouzy

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 29799

EVOLUTIONARY ADAPTATION POTENTIAL: FROM NOVEL SCIENCE TO PRACTICAL APPLICATION

Colton, M. A., The Coral Reef Alliance, USA, mcolton@coral.org; Webster, M. S., The Coral Reef Alliance, USA, mwebster@coral.org;

07 - Biodiversity, biogeography and evolution of coral reef organisms

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 28882

PIGGYBACK-THE-WINNER: ECOSYSTEM AND EVOLUTIONARY EFFECTS OF VIRAL LYTIC TO LYSOGENIC SWITCHES ON CORAL REEFS

Knowles, B., San Diego State University, USA, benjaminwilliamknowles@gmail.com; Silveira, C. B., San Diego State University, USA, cynthiabsilveira@gmail.com; Nulton, J., San Diego State University, USA, jnulton@mail.sdsu.edu; Edwards, R. A., San Diego State University, USA, raedwards@gmail.com; Rohwer, F., San Diego State University, USA, frohwer@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 29117

METABOLIC SCALING IN COLONIES: THE INFLUENCE OF INTEGRATION

Jacobson, L. M., University of Florida, USA, LianneJacobson@ufl.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 27947

DNA-BARCODING REVEALS NICHE DIFFERENTIATION AMONG DIFFERENT GALAXAURACEAE SPECIES (RHODOPHYTA) IN THE DONGSHA ATOLL NATIONAL PARK, TAIWAN

Chen, P. C., Department of Life Science, Tunghai University, Taiwan, ROC, pinchen55@gmail.com; Wang, W. L., Department of Biology, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan, ROC, wlwang@cc.ncue.edu.tw ; Liu, S. L., Department of Life Science, Tunghai University, Taiwan, ROC, shaolunliu@thu.edu.tw;

http://algae.thu.edu.tw/lab/

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 27976

A NEW GENUS FOR THE HAWAIIAN CORAL PARASITE PODOCOTYLOIDES STENOMETRA (DIGENEA: OPECOELIDAE) AND A COMPLEX OF NEW SPECIES FROM THE SOUTH PACIFIC

Martin, S. B., University of Queensland, Australia, storm.martin@uqconnect.edu.au; Cutmore, S. C., University of Queensland, Australia, scott.cutmore@uqconnect.edu.au; Cribb, T. H., University of Queensland, Australia, t.cribb@uq.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 28848

MOLECULAR DIVERSITY AND HOST SPECIFICITY OF CRUSTACEAN COPEPODS LIVING IN SYMBIOSIS WITH TWO CO-OCCURRING SPECIES OF GALAXEA (SCLERACTINIA) FROM AUSTRALIA

Mudrova, S., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, sofya.mudrova@kaust.edu.sa; Nikitin, M., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation, nikitin.fbb@gmail.com; Fontaneto, D., National Research Council, Italy, diego.fontaneto@gmail.com ; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa; Ivanenko, V., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation, ivanenko.slava@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 28182

COMPARATIVE PHYLOGEOGRAPHY IN A MULTI-LEVEL SEA ANEMONE SYMBIOSIS: EFFECTS OF HOST SPECIFICTY ON PATTERNS OF CO-DIVERSIFICATION AND GENETIC DIVERSITY

Titus, B. M., The Ohio State University, USA, titus.42@osu.edu; Daly, M., The Ohio State University, USA, daly.66@osu.edu;

https://bentitus.wordpress.com/

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 28361

ANCESTRAL GENETIC DIVERSITY ASSOCIATED WITH THE RAPID SPREAD OF STRESS-TOLERANT CORAL SYMBIONTS IN RESPONSE TO HOLOCENE CLIMATE CHANGE

Hume, B. C., The Coral Reef Laboratory, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, b.hume@noc.soton.ac.uk; Voolstra, C., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, christian.voolstra@kaust.edu.sa; Arif, C., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, chatchanit.arif@kaust.edu.sa; D'Angelo, C., The Coral Reef Laboratory, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, C.D'Angelo@soton.ac.uk; Burt, J. A., New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, john.burt@nyu.edu; Eyal, G., Tel Aviv University, Israel, galeyal@mail.tau.ac.il; Loya, Y., Tel Aviv University, Israel, yosiloya@gmail.com; Wiedenman, J., The Coral Reef Laboratory, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, joerg.wiedenmann@noc.soton.ac.uk;

http://www.pnas.org/content/113/16/4416.full

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 29647

A SYSTEMATIC REVISION OF SYMBIODINIUM: “CLADES” ARE GENERA

LaJeunesse, T. C., Penn State, USA, tcl3@psu.edu; Parkinson, J. E., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, jeverettparkinson@gmail.com; Reimer, J. D., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, jreimer@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp;

09 - Biogeochemistry of coral reef systems

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 27985

CARBON AND NITROGEN FIXATION BY REEF ORGANISMS AND SUBSTRATES IN RESPONSE TO SEASONAL CHANGES

Bednarz, V. N., University of Bremen, Germany, vanessa.mail@gmx.net; Cardini, U., University of Vienna, Austria, cardini@microbial-ecology.net; Rix, L., University of Bremen, Germany, laura.n.rix@gmail.com; Pogoreutz, C., University of Bremen, Germany, c.pogoreutz@gmail.com; Rädecker, N., University of Bremen, Germany, n.raedecker@gmail.com; Naumann, M. S., ZMT, Germany, maliik@gmx.de; Wild, C., University of Bremen, Germany, christian.wild@uni-bremen.de;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 27768

METHODOLOGICAL UNDERESTIMATION OF NITROGEN FIXATION IN STYLOPHORA PISTILLATA

Lesser, M. P., University of New Hampshire, USA, mpl@unh.edu; Morrow, K. M., University of New Hampshire, USA, kathy.morrow@unh.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 29273

NITROGEN ACQUISITION VIA DIAZOTROPHY IN COLD-WATER, TEMPERATE AND TROPICAL CORALS

Bednarz, V., Marine Department, Centre Scientifique de Monaco, 8 Quai Antoine Ier, MC-98000 Monaco, Principality , Monaco, vbednarz@centrescientifique.mc; Grover, R., Marine Department, Centre Scientifique de Monaco, 8 Quai Antoine Ier, MC-98000 Monaco, Principality , Monaco, rgrover@centrescientifique.mc; van de Water, J., Marine Department, Centre Scientifique de Monaco, 8 Quai Antoine Ier, MC-98000 Monaco, Principality , Monaco, jvdewater@centrescientifique.mc; Fine, M., The Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan 52900, Israel, Israel, Maoz.Fine@biu.ac.il; Rabouille, S., CNRS, UMR 7093, LOV, Observatoire océanologique, Villefranche/mer 06230, France, France, srabouille@obs-vlfr.fr; Maguer, J. F., LEMAR - UMR 6539 UBO/CNRS/IRD, Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer, Plouzané 29280, France, France, Jean-Francois.Maguer@univ-brest.fr; Ferrier-Pagès, C., Marine Department, Centre Scientifique de Monaco, 8 Quai Antoine Ier, MC-98000 Monaco, Principality , Monaco, ferrier@centrescientifique.mc;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 29864

PELAGIC BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF SHALLOW CORAL REEFS IS DISTINCT FROM THE SURROUNDING OCEAN

Nelson, C., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA, craig.nelson@hawaii.edu; Hench, J., Duke University Marine Laboratory, USA, jim.hench@duke.edu; Carlson, C., Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California Santa Barbara, USA, craig.carlson@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Remple, K., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA, remple@hawaii.edu; James, A., Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California Santa Barbara, USA, anna.james@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Huynh, N., Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California Santa Barbara, USA, nicholas.huynh@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Brooks, A., Marine Science Institute, University of California Santa Barbara, USA, andy.brooks@ucsb.edu; Washburn, L., Department of Geography, University of California Santa Barbara, USA, libe.washburn@ucsb.edu; Alldredge, A., Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California Santa Barbara, USA, alice.alldredge@lifesci.ucsb.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 30004

UNDERSTANDING THE BIOGEOCHEMICAL FUNCTION OF THE WORLDS CORAL REEFS

Cyronak, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, tcyronak@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28865

THE ANTIOXIDANT ROLE OF DIMETHYLSULFONIOPROPIONATE (DMSP): CAN SULFUR HELP CORALS IN A CHANGING CLIMATE?

Gardner, S. G., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Stephanie.Gardner@student.uts.edu.au; Raina, J., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Jean-Baptiste.Raina@uts.edu.au; Nitschke, M. R., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Matthew.Nitschke@uts.edu.au; Nielsen, D. A., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, danielaagrennielsen@gmail.com; Motti, C. A., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, C.Motti@aims.gov.au; Ralph, P. J., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Peter.Ralph@uts.edu.au; Petrou, K., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Katherina.Petrou@uts.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28616

HOW CORALS CONTROL CALCIFICATION IN A HIGH CO2 WORLD

McCulloch, M. T., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, The University of Western Australia, Australia, Malcolm.McCulloch@uwa.edu.au; Holcomb, M., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, The University of Western Australia, Australia, mholcomb3051@gmail.com; D'Olivo Cordero, J. P., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, The University of Western Australia, Australia, juan.dolivocordero@uwa.edu.au; Falter, J. L., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, The University of Western Australia, Australia, James.Falter@uwa.edu.au; Montagna, P., Institute of Marine Sciences, National Research Council, Italy, paolo.montagna@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Taviani, M., Institute of Marine Sciences, National Research Council, Italy, marco.taviani@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Trotter, J. A., School of Earth and Environment, The University of Western Australia, Australia, Julie.Trotter@uwa.edu.au;

10 - Metabolism studies/observations of coral reef communities

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28171

DIFFERENTIAL MODIFICATIONS OF SEAWATER CARBONATE CHEMISTRY BY MAJOR CORAL REEF BENTHIC COMMUNITIES

Page, H. N., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, hnpage@ucsd.edu; Andersson, A. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, aandersson@ucsd.edu; Jokiel, P. L., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, jokiel@hawaii.edu; Rodgers, K. S., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kuuleir@hawaii.edu; Lebrato, M., Scripps Insitution of Oceanography, USA, mlebrato13@gmail.com; Yeakel, K. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, kiley.yeakel@gmail.com; Davidson, C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, chuck0403@gmail.com; D'Angelo, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, syddangelo@gmail.com; Bahr, K. D., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kbahr@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28383

A RE-EVALUATION OF NET COMMUNITY CALCIFICATION SENSITIVITY TO CARBONATE SATURATION STATE

Koweek, D. A., Stanford University, USA, dkoweek@stanford.edu; Albright, R., Carnegie Institution for Science, USA, ralbright@carnegiescience.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 29053

SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIABILITY IN NET COMMUNITY CALCIFICATION OF A WESTERN PACIFIC CORAL REEF SYSTEM

Shamberger, K. E., Texas A&M University, USA, katie.shamberger@tamu.edu; Cohen, A. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; Lentz, S. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, slentz@whoi.edu; Barkley, H. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hbarkley@whoi.edu; DeCarlo, T. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tdecarlo@whoi.edu; McCorkle, D. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmccorkle@whoi.edu; Golbuu, Y., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, ygolbuu@picrc.org;

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 29050

DRIVERS FOR BENTHIC METABOLISM AND ITS FEEDBACK TO CARBONATE CHEMISTRY ON A CORAL REEF IN BERMUDA

Takeshita, Y., Carnegie Institution for Science, USA, ytakeshita@carnegiescience.edu; Andersson, A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, aandersson@ucsd.edu; Cyronak, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, , tcyronak@ucsd.edu; Kindeberg, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, tkindebe@ucsd.edu; Martz, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, trmartz@ucsd.edu; McGillis, W., Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, wrm2102@columbia.edu; Price, N., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, nprice@bigelow.org; Smith, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, smithj@ucsd.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28392

REVERSAL OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ENHANCES NET CORAL REEF CALCIFICATION

Albright, R., Carnegie Institution for Science, USA, ralbright@carnegiescience.edu; Caldeira, K., Carnegie Institution for Science, USA, kcaldeira@carnegiescience.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 29424

COMMUNITY PRODUCTION AND RESPIRATION IN AN EXTREME ENVIRONMENT: NEW INSIGHTS FROM TROPICAL TIDE-DOMINATED FRINGING REEFS

Gruber, R. K., University of Western Australia, Australia, renee.gruber@research.uwa.edu.au; Lowe, R. J., University of Western Australia, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au; Falter, J. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, jim.falter@uwa.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 29275

TEMPORAL CHANGES IN THE PRODUCTIVITY AND CALCIFICATION OF SLOPE AND LAGOONAL BENTHIC COMMUNITIES ON A PLATFORM REEF

Bender-Champ, D., University of Queensland, Australia, d.bender@uq.edu.au; Kubicek, A., University of Queensland, Australia, a.kubicek@uq.edu.au; Achlatis, M., University of Queensland, Australia, m.achlatis@uq.edu.au; van der Zande, R., University of Queensland, Australia, r.vanderzande@uq.edu.au; Brown, K., University of Queensland, Australia, kristen.brown@uq.edu.au; Dove, S., University of Queensland, Australia, s.dove@cms.uq.edu.au; Hoegh-Guldberg, O., University of Queensland, Australia, oveh@uq.edu.au;

12 - The coral reef microbiome and reef microbial interactions and changes

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28764

RETHINKING CORAL MICROBIOLOGY PARADIGMS: DESTABILIZATION VERSUS ALTERNATIVE STABLE STATES AS CRITICAL HALLMARKS OF STRESSED CORAL ECOSYSTEMS

Vega Thurber, R. L., Oregon State University, USA, rvegathurber@gmail.com; Zaneveld, J. R., Oregon State University, USA, zaneveld@gmail.com; Burkepile, D. E., UCSB, USA, deron.burkepile@lifesci.ucsb.edu ;

http://oregonstate.edu/microbiology/vegathurberlab/

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 27988

DIAZOTROPH DIVERSITY AND THEIR POTENTIAL ROLE AS CORE MEMBERS OF THE CORAL HOLOBIONT

Morrow, K. M., University of New Hampshire, USA, morrow.kathleen@gmail.com; Lesser, M. P., University of New Hampshire, USA, mpl@unh.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 29147

GENOMIC INSIGHT INTO HOST-ENDOSYMBIONT RELATIONSHIP OF ENDOZOICOMONAS MONTIPORAE CL-33T WITH ITS CORAL HOST

Ding, J., Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC, jiunyanding@gmail.com; Shiu, J., Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC, jiasr18@gmail.com; Chen, W., National Kaohsiung Marine University, Taiwan, ROC, p62365@ms28.hinet.net; Chiang, Y., Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC, yinru915@gate.sinica.edu.tw; Tang, S., Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC, sltang@gate.sinica.edu.tw;

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28338

BIOGEOGRAPHIC COMPARISON OF LOPHELIA-ASSOCIATED BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN THE WESTERN ATLANTIC

Kellogg, C. A., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, ckellogg@usgs.gov; Goldsmith, D. B., Cherokee Nation Technical Solutions, contracted to U.S. Geological Survey, USA, dawn.goldsmith@gmail.com; Gray, M. A., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, mgray@usgs.gov;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28101

SEARCHING FOR CODIVERGENCE AMONG CORALS AND BACTERIA WITH THE GLOBAL CORAL MICROBIOME PROJECT

McMinds, R. C., Oregon State University, USA, ryan.mcminds@oregonstate.edu; Zaneveld, J. R., Oregon State University, USA, zaneveld@gmail.com; Vega Thurber, R. L., Oregon State University, USA, rvegathurber@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 27873

IMAGING THE UPTAKE OF NITROGEN-FIXING BACTERIA INTO LARVAE OF THE CORAL ACROPORA MILLEPORA

Lema, K. A., Australian Institute of Marine Science/ James Cook University, Australia, kimlema85@gmail.com; Clode, P. L., Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis, The University of Western Australia, Australia, peta.clode@uwa.edu.au; Kilburn, M. R., Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis, The University of Western Australia, , matt.kilburn@uwa.edu.au; Thornton, R., School of Paediatrics and Child Heath, The University of Western Australia, Australia, ruth.thornton@uwa.edu.au; Willis, B. L., James Cook Univerisity, Australia, bette.willis@jcu.edu.au; Bourne, D. G., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, D.Bourne@aims.gov.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28617

TRACKING THE SIGNALING CARGO OF EXTRACELLULAR SYMBIONTS INTO HOST TISSUES

Cohen, S. K., École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, stephanie.cohen@epfl.ch; Aschtgen, M. S., Laboratoire des sciences de l’Environnement Marin, France, ms.aschtgen@gmail.com; Bodin, J., École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, julia.bodin@epfl.ch; Ruby, E., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, eruby@hawaii.edu; Meibom, A., École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, anders.meibom@epfl.ch; McFall-Ngai, M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, mcfallng@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28195

UNRAVELING THE COMPLEXITY OF THE CORAL MICROBIOME: DESCRIPTIONS OF PUTATIVE AND CONFIRMED ENDOSYMBIONTS

Apprill, A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, aapprill@whoi.edu; Weber, L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lweber@whoi.edu; Xun, L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lxun@whoi.edu; Santoro, A., Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland, USA, asantoro@umces.edu; Neave, M., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, matthewjneave1@gmail.com; Voolstra, C. R., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, christian.voolstra@kaust.sa.edu; Gonzalez, P., Centro de Investigaciones Marinas, Universidad de La Habana, Cuba, patricia@cim.uh.cu;

20 - Reef fish ecology, conservation, and fisheries: the scientific legacy of Glenn Almany

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28199

GLENN ALMANY’S CAREER IN REEF FISH ECOLOGY, CONSERVATION, AND FISHERIES: FISH COMMUNITIES, CONNECTIVITY, AND COMMUNITY-BASED MANAGEMENT

Hixon, M. A., University of Hawaii, USA, hixonm@hawaii.edu; Jones, G. P., James Cook University, Australia, geoffrey.jones@jcu.edu.au; Hamilton, R. J., The Nature Conservancy, Australia, rhamilton@tnc.org;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29988

FILL AN OLD NICHE OR FIND A NEW ONE? COMPARING HABITAT USE FOR INVASIVE REEF FISHES IN NATIVE AND INVADED CORAL REEF HABITATS WITH SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELS

Oyafuso, Z. S., University of Hawaii, USA, oyafusoz@hawaii.edu; Franklin, E. C., University of Hawaii, USA, erik.franklin@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28866

INVASIVE MARINE PREDATOR ALTERS COMPETITION BETWEEN NATIVE CORAL-REEF FISHES

Kindinger, T. L., Oregon State University, USA, tyekindinger@gmail.com; Hixon, M. A., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, hixonm@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29783

TO CULL OR NOT TO CULL AN INVASIVE PREDATOR? IT DEPENDS . . .

Smith, N. S., Simon Fraser University, Canada, nicolas@sfu.ca; Green, S. J., Oregon State University, USA, ; Akins, J. L., Reef Environmental Education Foundation, USA, ; Miller, S., Cape Eleuthera Institute, Bahamas, ; Côté, I. M., Simon Fraser University, Canada, ;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29030

HOW INVASIVE INDO-PACIFIC RED LIONFISH INTERACT WITH FISH PARASITES AND CLEANING MUTUALISMS NATIVE TO ATLANTIC CORAL REEFS

Tuttle, L. J., Oregon State University, USA, lillianjtuttle@gmail.com; Hixon, M. A., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, hixonm@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28552

INDIRECT EFFECT OF LONGTERM CLEANER WRASSE PRESENCE ON THE BENTHIC COMMUNITY

Grutter, A. S., The University of Queensland, Australia, a.grutter@uq.edu.au; Bshary, R., University of Neuchatel, Switzerland, redouan.bshary@unine.ch; De Brauwer, M., Curtin University, Australia, maarten.debrauwer@gmail.com; Fraser, K. M., The University of Queensland, Australia, fraser.kate.m@gmail.com; Kerry, J. T., James Cook University , Australia, mr.james.kerry@gmail.com; Madin, E. M., Macquarie University, Australia, dr.elizabeth.madin@gmail.com; McClure, E. C., The University of Queensland, Australia, eva.mcclure@uqconnect.edu.au; Meekan, M. G., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, M.Meekan@aims.gov.au; Sun, D., The University of Queensland, Australia, derek.sun@uqconnect.edu.au; Werminghausen, J., The University of Queensland, Australia, johannawerminghausen@gmail.com; Warner, R. R., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, bob.warner@ucsb.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29367

EVIDENCE OF THREE LEVEL TROPHIC CASCADES WITHIN REEF FISH ASSEMBLAGES FROM BODY-SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS

Langlois, T., University of Western Australia, Australia, timothy.langlois@uwa.edu.au;

28A - Coral reefs in extreme, compromised and marginal environments, and their roles as refugia - Highly stressed, urbanized and exposed reef systems

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29481

THE NEED TO FIND CORAL REFUGES IN A CHANGING CLIMATE

Cacciapaglia, C. W., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, ccacciapagli2008@my.fit.edu; van Woesik, R., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, rvw@fit.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28629

IS THE RED SEA CORAL STYLOPHORA PISTILLATA ALREADY PREPARED FOR FUTURE OCEAN CONDITIONS?

Krueger, T., Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, thomas.krueger@epfl.ch; Mashiah, N., Bar-Ilan University/Interuniversity Institute for Marine Science Eilat, Israel, shemesh2909@gmail.com; Bodin, J., Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, julia.bodin@epfl.ch; Giovani, M., Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, maria-evangelia.giovani@epfl.ch; Meibom, A., Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, anders.meibom@epfl.ch; Fine, M., Bar-Ilan University/Interuniversity Institute for Marine Science Eilat, Israel, Maoz.Fine@biu.ac.il;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28723

TRANSCRIPTOMIC BASIS OF HEAT STRESS TOLERANCE OF CORALS FROM THE WORLD'S HOTTEST SEA, THE PERSIAN/ARABIAN GULF

Wiedenmann, J., The Coral Reef Laboratory, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, joerg.wiedenmann@noc.soton.ac.uk; D'Angelo, C., The Coral Reef Laboratory, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, cda1w07@noc.soton.ac.uk; Baumgarten, S., Red Sea Research Center (RSRC), King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ; Voolstra, C., Red Sea Research Center (RSRC), King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ; Burt, J., New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, ;

http://noc.ac.uk/corals

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29538

REORGANIZATION OF THE CORAL MICROBIOME ACROSS LATITUDINAL GRADIENTS OF THERMAL HISTORY IN THE RED SEA

Osman, E. O., University of Essex, United Kingdom, eom.osman@gmail.com; Pettay, D. T., University of Delaware, USA, tpettay@udel.edu; Voolstra, C. R., King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, christian.voolstra@kaust.edu.sa; Warner, M. E., University of Delaware, USA, mwarner@udel.edu; Smith, D. J., University of Essex, United Kingdom, djsmitc@essex.ac.uk; Suggett, D. J., University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, David.Suggett@uts.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 27921

LONG-TERM CORAL COMMUNITY STABILITY IN A DISTURBED MARGINAL REEF IN KUWAIT

Alhazeem, S. H., Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait, salhazeem@gmail.com; Burt, J., New York University - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, John.Burt@nyu.edu; Alsaffar, A. H., Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait, asaffar@kisr.edu.kw; Chen, W., Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait, wchen@kisr.edu.kw; Al-Kandari, M. A., Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait, mkandari@kisr.edu.kw;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29341

GULF OF KACHCHH MARINE NATIONAL PARK, INDIA, A POTENTIAL CLIMATE-CHANGE REFUGE FOR CORALS

Satyanarayana, C., Zoological Survey of India, IInd Floor, Fire Proof Spirit Building, Indian Museum Complex,Kolkata-16, India, chowdula.satyanarayana@gmail.com; Chandra, K., Zoological Survey of India, M-Block, New Alipore, Kolkata-53, India, kailash611@rediffmail.com; Tikadar, S., Marine National Park, Ganjiwada, Jamnagar-1 , India, stikadar@gmail.com; Chandran, R., Coral Transplantation/restoration project, Zoological Survey of India, CCF Office campus, Jamnagar-1, India, softcoralchandran@gmail.com; Rajkumar, R., Zoological Survey of India, Marine Biology Reginal Centre, 130 Rajaannamalaipuram, C, India, rajkumarrajan7@gmail.com; Tripathy, B., Zoological Survey of India, M-Block, New Alipore, Kolkata-53, India, tripathyb@gmail.com; Chaudhury, N. R., Space Application Center, Ahmedabad, India, nandinirc@sac.isro.gov.in;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28747

EMERGENT CLIMATE CHANGE REFUGIA FROM IMPERFECT CONNECTED REFUGES

Holstein, D. M., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, daniel.holstein@uvi.edu; Smith, T. B., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, tsmith@uvi.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29608

ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CORAL REEF RESILIENCE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

Manzello, D. P., NOAA/AOML, USA, derek.manzello@noaa.gov; Enochs, I. C., NOAA/AOML-CIMAS, USA, ian.enochs@noaa.gov; Carlton, R. D., NOAA/AOML-CIMAS, USA, renee.carlton@noaa.gov; Kolodziej, G., NOAA/AOML-CIMAS, USA, graham.kolodziej@noaa.gov; Valentino, L., NOAA/AOML-CIMAS, USA, lauren.valentino@noaa.gov; Gintert, B., UM/RSMAS, USA, bgintert@rsmas.miami.edu; Dixon, G., University of Texas, USA, grovesdixon@gmail.com; Towle, E., NOAA, USA, erica.towle@noaa.gov; Jones, P., NOAA/AOML-CIMAS, USA, paul.jones; Kenkel, C., AIMS, Australia, carly.kenkel@gmail.com; Matz, M., University of Texas, USA, matz@utexas.edu;

31 - Ocean warming and the tropicalisation of temperate reefs

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 29122

MECHANISMS FACILITATING THE TROPICALISATION OF TEMPERATE ALGAL FORESTS IN JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA

Vergés, A., UNSW Australia, Australia, a.verges@unsw.edu.au; Nakamura, Y., Kochi University, Japan, ynakamura@kochi-u.ac.jp;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 28712

LATITUDINAL PATTERNS OF REEF FISH FEEDING ON THE BENTHOS IN CHANGING ECOSYSTEMS

LONGO, G. O., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, guilherme.longo@biology.gatech.edu; Hay, M. E., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, mark.hay@biology.gatech.edu; Ferreira, C. E., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, carlosferreira@id.uff.br; Floeter, S. R., Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil, sergio.floeter@ufsc.br;

http://

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 27962

SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF NOMINALLY HERBIVOROUS FISHES ACROSS A TEMPERATURE GRADIENT ON BRAZILIAN ROCKY REEFS

Ferreira, C. L., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, carlosferreira@id.uff.br; Cordeiro, C. A., Université de Perpignan, France, cammcordeiro@gmail.com; Mendes, T. C., Université de Perpignan, France, tcmendes@gmail.com; Harborne, A. R., The University of Queensland, Australia, ;

http://www.lecar.uff.br

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 27948

PATTERN AND PROCESS IN TROPICAL FISH EXPATRIATION POLEWARD FROM THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Booth, D. J., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, David.Booth@uts.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 29111

HIGH-LATITUDE REEFS AS NOVEL ECOSYSTEMS – MODELS FOR FUTURE SPECIES CONFIGURATIONS, INTERACTIONS AND FUNCTIONS

Sommer, B., The University of Queensland and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, b.sommer@uq.edu.au; Beger, M., Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science, The University of Queensland, Australia, m.beger@uq.edu.au; Harrison, P. L., Marine Ecology Research Centre, Southern Cross University, Australia, peter.harrison@scu.edu.au; Babcock, R., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, russ.babcock@csiro.au; Pandolfi, J. M., The University of Queensland and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, , j.pandolfi@uq.edu.au;

http://marinepalaeoecology.org/brigitte-sommer/

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 28978

EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE-INDUCED RANGE SHIFT IN AN ENDEMIC AND EXPLOITED REEF FISH

Cure, K., The University of Western Australia, Australia, katherine.cure@gmail.com; Hobbs, J. P., Curtin University of Technology, Australia, jp.hobbs@curtin.edu.au; Harvey, E. S., Curtin University of Technology, Australia, euan.harvey@curtin.edu.au; Langlois, T. J., The University of Western Australia, Australia, timothy.langlois@uwa.edu.au; Kennington, W. J., The University of Western Australia, Australia, jason.kennington@uwa.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 27825

WHAT MAKES TEMPERATE CORAL SO ROBUST IN AN ERA OF GLOBAL WARMING? A COMPARATIVE TRANSCRIPTOMIC STUDY BETWEEN SUB-TROPICAL AND TEMPERATE CORALS

Maor-Landaw, K., Bar Ilan University, Israel, keren.maor@live.com; Levy, O., Bar Ilan University, Israel, oren.levy@biu.ac.il. ;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 29426

POLEWARD-SHIFT OF CORALS: TRANSPLANT EXPERIMENT OF JUVENILES FROM SUBTROPICAL TO TEMPERATE REEFS IN JAPAN

Harii, S., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, sharii@lab.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Kijima, T., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Yorifuji, M., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Mezaki, T., Biological Institute on Kuroshio, Japan, ; Sampayo, E., University of Queensland, Australia, ; Sinniger, F., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ;

37 - The impacts of dredging and coastal modification on coral reef ecosystems

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28986

CAN CORAL REEFS AND LARGE-SCALE DREDGING PROJECTS COEXIST?

Hanson, W. H., Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation, USA, WHHanson@gldd.com; Precht, W. F., Dial Cordy & Associates, Inc., USA, Bprecht@dialcordy.com;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28779

MANGING DREDGING NEAR CORAL REEFS

Jones, R. J., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, r.jones@aims.gov.au; Fisher, R. F., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, r.fisher@aims.gov.au; Bessel-Browne, P., The University of Western Australia, Australia, pia.bessell-browne@research.uwa.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28529

LETHAL AND SUB-LETHAL IMPACTS OF DREDGE RELATED STRESSORS ON CORALS

Bessell-Browne, P., The University of Western Australia, Australia, pia.bessell-browne@research.uwa.edu.au; Jones, R., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, r.jones@aims.gov.au; Negri, A., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, a.negri@aims.gov.au; Clode, P., The University of Western Australia, Australia, peta.clode@uwa.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28572

PROPAGATION OF SEDIMENT IMPACTS IN AN ECOLOGICALLY IMPAIRED REEF SYSTEM

Lee, A. C., Tropical Marine Science Institute, Singapore, tmsleeac@nus.edu.sg; Karanam, R., Hydroinformatics Institute, Singapore, roop@h2i.sg; Ooi, S. K., Tropical Marine Science Institute, Singapore, sk.ooi@nus.edu.sg; Sin, T. M., Tropical Marine Science Institute, Singapore, tmssintm@nus.edu.sg;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 29023

PREDICTORS OF CORAL STRESS AND MORTALITY DURING DREDGING

Fisher, R., AIMS/UWA, Australia, r.fisher@aims.gov.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28292

MODELLING CORAL PHOTO-PHYSIOLOGY AND GROWTH POTENTIAL UNDER VARYING TURBIDITY REGIMES

Larsen, T., Mott MacDonald, United Kingdom, trine.cecilie.larsen@gmail.com; Browne, N. K., Curtin University, Australia, nicola.browne@curtin.edu.au; Todd, P. A., National University of Singapore, Singapore, dbspat@nus.edu.sg;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28066

RESPONSE OF MELANIN-CONTAINING CELLS IN GUAM PORITID CORALS TO SEDIMENTATION STRESS

Hodel, E., CSA Ocean Sciences Inc., USA, ehodel@conshelf.com; Spring, K., CSA Ocean Sciences Inc., USA, kspring@conshelf.com; Ampela, K., HDR , USA, Kristen.Ampela@hdrinc.com; Khan, A., HDR, USA, Anwar.Khan@hdrinc.com; Hanser, S., Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific, USA, sean.hanser@navy.mil;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 29600

CORAL TRANSPLANTATION TO MITIGATE DREDGING IMPACTS ON CORAL REEFS FOR A PORT EXTENSION PROJECT (GUADELOUPE, FRENCH WEST INDIES)

SEGUIN, F., CREOCEAN, French Polynesia, seguin@creocean.fr; BERGERON, J. D., CREOCEAN, France, bergeron@creocean.fr; AUBERT-MOULIN, J., CREOCEAN, Martinique, aubertmoulin@creocean.fr; BATAILLER, C., PARETO, Guadeloupe, christelle.batailler@paretoec.fr; DESLARZES, K. J., CREOCEAN, France, deslarzes@creocean.fr; LE BRUN, O., CREOCEAN, France, lebrun@creocean.fr;

61 - Ecosystem based management of coral reef fisheries

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 28073

ADVANCING ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT: ECOSYSTEM-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT POLICY AND ROADMAP, WITH PARTICULAR EMPHASIS FOR CORAL REEFS

Link, J. S., NOAA Fisheries, USA, jason.link@noaa.gov; Fogarty, M. J., NOAA Fisheries, USA, michael.fogarty@noaa.gov; et al., .., NOAA Fisheries, , ;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 27924

MOVINGTOWARDSANECOSYSTEMAPPROACHTO FISHERIES MANAGEMENTIN THE CORALTRIANGLEREGION

Pomeroy, R. S., University of Connecticut-Avery Point , USA, roobert.pomeroy@uconn.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29333

THE ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO FISHERIES MANAGEMENT (EAFM) FRAMEWORK IN THE CONTEXT OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES

BAYATE, D. E., Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources , Philippines, drusilabayate07@gmail.com; PEREZ, A. G., Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, Philippines, perezasis@yahoo.com;

http://www.bfar.da.gov.ph

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29203

A CASE STUDY OF ECOSYSTEM-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN PUERTO RICO: THE IDEAL AND THE REAL.

López-Rivera, M. M., National Marine Fisheries Service, USA, maria.lopez@noaa.gov; Arnold, W. S., National Marine Fisheries Service, USA, bill.arnold@noaa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 27894

MANAGING CORAL REEFS FOR FISHERIES AND ECOSYSTEM RESILIENCE OBJECTIVES

Nash, K. L., University of Tasmania, Australia, nashkirsty@gmail.com; Graham, N. A., Lancaster University, United Kingdom, ; Wilson, S. K., Department of Parks and Wildlife, Western Australia, Australia, ; Bijoux, J., Seychelles Fishing Authority, Seychelles, ; Robinson, J., James Cook University, Australia, ; Jennings, S., Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science , United Kingdom, ; Bellwood, D. R., James Cook University, Australia, ;

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29493

A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF THE LINKAGES AND OUTCOMES OF BIODIVERSITY VS. FISHERIES CONSERVATION INTERVENTIONS FOR CORAL REEF SYSTEMS

Altman, I., Boston University, USA, iritaltman@gmail.com; Kaufman, L., Boston University, USA, lesk@bu.edu;

66 - Human-natural coupled reef systems: Integrating indigenous and western sciences for sustainable management solutions

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 28875

'UKU 'AKO'AKO'A: KIN RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CORAL AND PEOPLE IN NATIVE HAWAIIAN EPISTEMOLOGY

Kalua, M., Hawaii Community College, USA, manaiaka@hawaii.edu; Takabayashi, M., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, misakita@hawaii.edu; Ku'ula Students, K., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, misakita@hawaii.edu; Tangaro, T., Hawaii Community College, USA, tangaro@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29278

SEASCAPE IDENTITIES; UNDERSTANDING VALUES AND CULTURAL PATTERNS

Puniwai, N., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, npuniwai@hawaii.edu; Parrain, C., University of La Rochelle, France, camille.parrain01@univ-lr.fr;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 30143

KI‘INA A‘O LAWAI‘A

Goo, N. M., Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument , USA, nakoa.goo@noaa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 28026

CQUNIVERSITY INDIGENOUS LAND AND SEA EDUCATION PROGRAM

Mann, M. L., CQUniversity, Australia, m.mann@cqu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29796

OUTCOMES AND LESSON’S LEARNED AFTER 14 YEARS OF COMMUNITY-BASED CO-MANAGEMENT INITIATIVES ON FIJI’S CORAL COAST.

Bonito, V. E., Reef Explorer Fiji Ltd., Fiji, staghorncoral@hotmail.com; Ravonoloa, K., Fiji Locally-Managed Marine Areas Network, Fiji, kravonoloa@gmail.com; Simpson, R., World Wildlife Fund for Nature PAcific Office, Fiji, rsimpson@wwfpacific.org;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 28331

INDIGENOUS CLASSIFICATION AND UTILIZATION OF THE RED SEA BLACK CORAL

Nawata, H., Akita University, Japan, nawatahiroshi@hotmail.com;

http://akitauinfo.akita-u.ac.jp/html/100000347_ja.html

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29861

HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF REEF MANAGEMENT PLANNING: CRITICAL ISSUES ARTICULATED BY INDIGENOUS PRACTITIONERS FROM MICRONESIAN OUTER ISLANDS: YAP STATE

Barry, G. A., Cabrillo College, USA, scbabyy@gmail.com; Crane, N. L., Cabrillo College, USA, nicrane@cabrillo.edu; Rulmal, J., Ulithi Falalop Community Action Program, Federal States of Micronesia, jrulmal@gmail.com; Precoda, K., Bluecology, USA, kprecoda@gmail.com;

http://onepeopleonereef.ucsc.edu

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29889

DYNAMICAL MODELING OF COUPLED SOCIETAL-CORAL REEF SYSTEMS

Brito-Millan, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Univ of California, San Diego, USA, mbritomillan@gmail.com; Werner, B. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Univ of California, San Diego, USA, bwerner@ucsd.edu; Sandin, S. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Univ of California, San Diego, USA, ssandin@ucsd.edu; McNamara, D. E., University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA, mcnamarad@uncw.edu;

85 - Hawaii’s coral reefs in 2050: the path to survival

06/20/2016 | 10:00 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28406

HAWAI`I'S CLIMATE IN 2050 CE

Timmermann, A., IPRC, SOEST, University of Hawaii, USA, axel@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 10:15 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28950

TERRESTRIAL SEDIMENT EFFECTS ON HAWAIIAN CORAL REEFS: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

Tribble, G. W., US Geological Survey, USA, gtribble@usgs.gov; Stock, J., US Geological Survey, USA, jstock@usgs.gov; Jacobi, J., US Geological Survey, USA, jjacobi@usgs.gov; Storlazzi, C., US Geological Survey, USA, cstorlazzi@usgs.gov; Field, M., US Geological Survey, USA, mfield@usgs.gov;

06/20/2016 | 10:30 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28753

MODELING CORAL LARVAL DISPERSAL AND INTERISLAND CONNECTIVITY TO HELP DESIGN MUTUALLY-SUPPORTING MARINE PROTECTED AREAS: INSIGHTS FROM MAUI NUI, HAWAII

Storlazzi, C. D., USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center, USA, cstorlazzi@usgs.gov; van Ormondt, M., Deltares, Netherlands, Maarten.vanOrmondt@deltares.nl ; Chen, Y. L., University of Hawai’i, USA, yileng@hawaii.edu ; Elias, E., Deltares USA, USA, Edwin.Elias@deltares-usa.us;

http://coralreefs.wr.usgs.gov/

06/20/2016 | 10:45 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28558

RELATIVE RESILIENCE POTENTIAL AND CLIMATE VULNERABILITY OF CORAL REEFS ALONG THE WEST COAST OF HAWAI‘I ISLAND

Conklin, E., The Nature Conservancy, Hawaii, USA, econklin@tnc.org; Maynard, J., Marine Applied Research Center, USA, maynardmarine@gmail.com; Martinez, J., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, jonathan.martinez@noaa.gov; Jayewardene, D., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, danielle.jayewardene@noaa.gov; Harper, D., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, douglas.harper@noaa.gov; Watson, L., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, lani.watson@noaa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 11:00 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29754

MULTI-FACTOR ASSESSMENT OF RESILIENCE POTENTIAL OF CORAL REEFS IN THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Schumacher, B. D., NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Program (JIMAR), USA, brett.schumacher@noaa.gov; Heron, S. F., NOAA/NESDIS/STAR Coral Reef Watch-ReefSense, Australia, scott.heron@noaa.gov; Vargas-Angel, B., NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Program (JIMAR), USA, bernardo.vargasangel@noaa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 11:15 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 27908

KANEOHE BAY, OAHU, HAWAII: CENTURIES OF HUMAN IMPACT AND REEF RECOVERY WITH PROJECTIONS TO 2050

Jokiel, P. L., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, jokiel@hawaii.edu; Bahr, K. D., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kbahr@hawaii.edu; Rodgers, K. S., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kuuleir@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 11:30 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29077

HUMAN-INDUCED GRADIENTS OF REEF FISH DECLINE IN THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO VIEWED THROUGH THE LENS OF TRADITIONAL MANAGEMENT

Friedlander, A. M., National Geographic Society, USA, friedlan@hawaii.edu; Donovan, M. K., University of Hawaii - Department of Biology, USA, mdono@hawaii.edu ; Stamoulis, K. A., University of Hawaii - Department of Biology, USA, kostanti@hawaii.edu ; Williams, I. D., NOAA, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, USA, ivor.williams@noaa.gov ; Brown, E. K., National Park Service, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, USA, eric_brown@nps.gov ; Conklin, E. J., The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii, USA, econklin@tnc.org ; DeMartini, E. E., NOAA, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, USA, edward.demartini@noaa.gov ; Rodgers, K. S., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kuuleir@hawaii.edu ; Sparks, R. T., Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, Russell.T.Sparks@hawaii.gov ; Walsh, W. J., Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, darkona@hawaiiantel.net ;

http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/explore/pristine-seas/

06/20/2016 | 11:45 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28469

MAUI’S CORAL REEFS; MANAGEMENT SUCCESSES AND FUTURE CHALLENGES

Sparks, R. T., Hawaii DLNR/ Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, Russell.T.Sparks@hawaii.gov; Williams, I. D., NOAA/ Coral Reef Ecosystems Program, USA, ivor.williams@noaa.gov; Stone, K. K., Hawaii DLNR/ Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, Kristy.K.Stone@hawaii.gov; White, D. J., Hawaii DLNR/ Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, Darla.J.White@hawaii.gov; Castro, L. M., Hawaii DLNR/ Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, linda.m.castro@hawaii.gov; Martinez, T. K., Hawaii DLNR/ Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, Tatiana.K.Martinez@hawaii.gov; Silva, I. F., Hawaii DLNR/ Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, Itana.F.Silva@hawaii.gov>; Brown, E. K., Kalaupapa National Historical Park, , eric_brown@nps.gov;