Program & Agenda

Agenda Detail

6/20/2016 | 14:00 - 16:00 | ORAL

02 - The value of historical, archeological and paleoecological data for assessing and conserving coral reefs

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 301 B | Abstract ID 30014

REEFS OF FUTURE PRESENT: HONG KONG CORALS FROM THE QING DYNASTY TO THE INFORMATION AGE

Baker, D. M., The Swire Institute of Marine Science, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong PRC, dmbaker@hku.hk; Duprey, N., The Swire Institute of Marine Science, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong PRC, dupreynic@gmail.com;

http://www.thelifeisotopic.com

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 301 B | Abstract ID 28008

STRONG SPATIAL SIGNAL OF CORAL LOSS DETECTED FROM 240 YEAR-OLD NAUTICAL CHARTS

McClenachan, L. E., Colby College, USA, lemcclen@colby.edu; O'Connor, G. E., University of Queensland, Australia, ; Neal, B. P., University of Queensland, Australia, ; Pandolfi, J., University of Queensland, Australia, ;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 301 B | Abstract ID 28414

RECONSTRUCTING CORAL COMMUNITIES THROUGH TIME TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT OF HUMAN INFLUENCE ON THE INSHORE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Markham, H. L., University of Queensland, Australia, hannah.markham@gmail.com; Roff, G., University of Queensland, Australia, g.roff@uq.edu.au; Zhao, J. x., University of Queensland, Australia, j.zhao@uq.edu.au; Menendez, P., University of Queensland, Australia, patriciamenendez1@gmail.com; Thompson, A., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, A.Thompson@aims.gov.au; Clark, T., University of Queensland, Australia, t.clark1@uq.edu.au; Prazeres, M., James Cook University, Australia, martina.defreitasprazeres@jcu.edu.au; Pandolfi, J. M., University of Queensland, Australia, j.pandolfi@uq.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 301 B | Abstract ID 28393

CORAL GARDENS BELIZE: AN ACROPORA SPP. REFUGIA IDENTIFIED

Greer, L., Washington and Lee University, USA, greerl@wlu.edu; Waggoner, T., Washington and Lee University, USA, waggonert16@mail.wlu.edu; Guilderson, T., Center for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, LLNL , USA, guilderson1@llnl.gov; Clark, T., Radiogenic Isotope Facility, The University of Queensland, Australia, t.clark1@uq.edu.au; Curran, H. A., Smith College, USA, acurran@smith.edu; Busch, J., Washington and Lee University, USA, buschj17@ou.edu; Lescinsky, H., Otterbein University, USA, HLescinsky@otterbein.edu; Wirth, K., Macalester College, USA, wirth@macalester.edu; Harbor, D., Washington and Lee University, USA, harbord@wlu.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29540

MODERN MICROGASTROPOD COMMUNITIES DRIVEN TO DEEPER WATER IN RESPONSE TO DECLINING WATER QUALITY IN THE MORETON BAY MARINE PARK, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

Rachello-Dolmen, P. G., Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; Texas A&M University; The University of Queensland, Panama, pgrachellod@gmail.com; Roff, G., The University of Queensland, Australia, g.roff@uq.edu.au; Ponder, W. F., Australian Museum, Australia, wponder@bigpond.net.au; Pandolfi, J. M., The University of Queensland, Australia, j.pandolfi@uq.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 301 B | Abstract ID 30109

HISTORICAL AND SPATIAL DIMENSIONS OF HUMAN PROCESSES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON MARINE ECOSYSTEM SERVICES

Torres-Pulliza, D., Department of Biological Sciences - Macquarie University & Sinoptica Ltda., Australia, damaris.torres.pulliza@gmail.com; Ramos-Scharrón, C. E., Island Resources Foundation & Department of Geography and the Environment-University of Texas, USA, cramos@austin.utexas.edu; Hernández-Delgado, E. A., Center for Applied Tropical Ecology and Conservation-University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, edwin.hernandezdelgado@gmail.com; Suleiman-Ramos, S. E., Sociedad Ambiente Marino, Puerto Rico, samuelsuleiman@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29663

SPECIES DIVERSITY CHANGES SINCE 1980 ON BAHAMIAN REEFS SHOWS SHIFTS IN ECOLOGICAL STRUCTURE

Sealey, K. M., UNIVERISTY OF MIAMI, Bahamas, ksealey@miami.edu;

https://miami.academia.edu/KathleenSealey

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29369

A SUSTAINABLE REPOSITORY FOR CORAL REEF HISTORICAL IMAGERY

Johnson, K. G., Natural History Museum, United Kingdom, k.johnson@nhm.ac.uk; Santodomingo, N., Natural History Museum, United Kingdom, nsantodomingo@gmail.com;

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

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29550

FOLLOWING PROTEOMIC CHANGES IN SYMBIOTIC AIPTASIA CYTOSOL AND SYMBIOSOME MEMBRANES DURING THERMAL STRESS

Ling, L., Stanford University School of Medicine, USA, loriling@stanford.edu; Krediet, C. J., Stanford University School of Medicine, USA, ; Pringle, J. R., Stanford University School of Medicine, USA, jpringle@stanford.edu;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29553

USING GENOMICS TO RECONSTRUCT CORAL POPULATION SIZES OVER THE PAST 100,000 YEARS

Matz, M. V., University of Texas at Austin, USA, matz@utexas.edu; Groves, D. B., University of Texas at Austin, USA, grovesdixon@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28676

GENOME ANALYSIS OF CORAL DINOFLAGELLATE SYMBIONTS HIGHLIGHTS EVOLUTIONARY ADAPTATIONS TO A SYMBIOTIC LIFESTYLE

Aranda Lastra, M. I., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, manuel.aranda@kaust.edu.sa; Li, Y., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, yong.li@kaust.edu.sa ; Liew, Y. J., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, yijin.liew@kaust.edu.sa ; Baumgarten, S., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Sebastian.Baumgarten@kaust.edu.sa; Simakov, O., Heidelberg University, Germany, osimakov@yahoo.com; Wilson, M., Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich, Switzerland, wilsonm@ethz.ch; Piel, J., Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich, Switzerland, jpiel@ethz.ch; Ashoor, H., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, haitham.ashoor@kaust.edu.sa; Bougouffa, S., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, salim.bougouffa@kaust.edu.sa; Bajic, V., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, vladimir.bajic@kaust.edu.sa; Ryu, T., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, , Taewoo.Ryu@kaust.edu.sa; Ravasi, T., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, timothy.ravasi@kaust.edu.sa; Bayer, T., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, Germany, tbayer@geomar.de ; Micklem, G., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, gm263@cam.ac.uk; Kim, H., Genome Research Foundation, Republic Of Korea, howmany2@gmail.com; Bhak, J., Genome Research Foundation, Republic Of Korea, jongbhak@yahoo.com; LaJeunesse, T. C., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, tclajeunesse@gmail.com; Voolstra, C. R., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, christian.voolstra@kaust.edu.sa;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28276

UNCOVERING WITHIN-COLONY GENETIC DIVERSITY USING HIGH-THROUGHPUT SEQUENCING DATA OF CORALS

López, E. H., Stanford University, USA, elora@stanford.edu; Palumbi, S. R., Stanford University, USA, spalumbi@stanford.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29528

VISUAL EVOLUTION: LESSONS LEARNED FROM 100 FISH GENOMES

Cortesi, F., The University of Queensland, Australia, fabio.cortesi@uqconnect.edu.au; Musilová, Z., Charles University, Czech Republic, zuzmus@gmail.com; Matschiner, M., University of Oslo, Norway, michaelmatschiner@mac.com; Malmstrøm, M., University of Oslo, Norway, martin.malmstrom@ibv.uio.no; Tørresen, O. K., University of Oslo, Norway, o.k.torresen@ibv.uio.no; Jentoft, S., University of Oslo, Norway, sissel.jentoft@ibv.uio.no; Carleton, K. L., University of Maryland, USA, kcarleto@umd.edu; Marshall, N. J., The University of Queensland, Australia, justin.marshall@uq.edu.au; Salzburger, W., University of Basel, Switzerland, walter.salzburger@unibas.ch;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29731

GENETIC LINKAGE MAPS ENABLE FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS STUDIES OF CORAL THERMAL TOLERANCE

Meyer, E., Oregon State University, USA, eli.meyer@oregonstate.edu; Kirk, N. L., Oregon State University, USA, kirkn@science.oregonstate.edu; Snelling, J., Oregon State University, USA, snellinj@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; Burt, J. A., New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, john.burt@nyu.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28925

HIGH-THROUGHPUT METABOLOMICS IDENTIFIES SPECIES- AND HABITAT-SPECIFIC METABOLITES IN CORALS

Vohsen, S. A., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, svohsen1@gmail.com; Baums, I. B., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, baums@psu.edu; Fisher, C. R., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, cfisher@psu.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29760

EVERY POPULATION MATTERS: HOTSPOTS OF GENOME-WIDE GENETIC DIVERSITY IN HAWAIIAN 'OPIHI (CELLANA EXARATA)

Cockett, P. M., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, patricia.cockett@tamucc.edu; Bird, C. E., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, chris.bird@tamucc.edu;

07 - Biodiversity, biogeography and evolution of coral reef organisms

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 28970

A PHYLOGENOMIC APPROACH REVEALS THE MONOPHYLY OF SCLERACTINIANS

Lin, M. F., James Cook University, Australia, ; Miller, D. J., James Cook University, Australia, ; Kitahara, M., Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, ; Chen, C. L., Academia SInica, Taiwan, ROC, ; Forêt, S., The Australian National University, Australia, sylvain.foret@anu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 29590

A PHYLOGENOMIC BACKBONE FOR SCLERACTINIA BASED GENOME AND TRANSCRIPTOME DATA.

Combosch, D. J., Harvard University, USA, combosch@g.harvard.edu; Lemer, S., Harvard University, USA, sarahlemer@g.harvard.edu; Giribet, G., Harvard University, USA, ggiribet@g.harvard.edu;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 28618

PHYLOGENY AND EVOLUTION OF THE CORAL FAMILY LOBOPHYLLIIDAE

Arrigoni, R., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, roberto.arrigoni@kaust.edu.sa; Benzoni, F., University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy, francesca.benzoni@unimib.it; Stolarski, J., Institute of Paleobiology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, stolacy@twarda.pan.pl; Hoeksema, B. W., Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Netherlands, bert.hoeksema@naturalis.nl; Payri, C., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, New Caledonia, claude.payri@ird.fr; Terraneo, T. I., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, tulliaisotta.terraneo@kaust.edu.sa; Huang, D., National University of Singapore, Singapore, huangdanwei@nus.edu.sg; Budd, A. F., University of Iowa, USA, budd.ann3@gmail.com; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 28334

EMPTY NICHES AFTER EXTINCTIONS INCREASE POPULATION SIZES OF MODERN CORALS

Prada, C., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, cprada1@psu.edu; Hanna, B., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, bsk176@psu.edu; Budd, A. B., Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Iowa, USA, budd.ann3@gmail.com; Woodley, C., NOAA, USA, cheryl.woodley@noaa.gov; Schmutz, J., HudsonAlpha Institute of Biotechnology, USA, jschmutz@hudsonalpha.com; Grimwood, J., HudsonAlpha Institute of Biotechnology, USA, jgrimwood@hudsonalpha.org; Iglesias-Prieto, R., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, iglesiasprieto@gmail.com; Kitano, H., The Systems Biology Institute, Tokyo, Japan, kitano@sbi.jp; Levitan, D., Florida State University, USA, levitan@bio.fsu.edu; Knowlton, N., Smithsonian Institution, USA, knowlton@si.edu; DeGiorgio, M., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, mxd60@psu.edu; Medina, M., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, mum55@psu.edu;

http://www.carlosprada.org

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 28652

A MODERN APPROACH FOR SPECIES DELIMITATION IN THE CORAL GENUS GONIOPORA

Terraneo, T. I., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, tulliaisotta.terraneo@kaust.edu.sa; Benzoni, F., University of Milano Bicocca, Italy, francesca.benzoni@unimib.it; Arrigoni, R., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, roberto.arrigoni@kaust.edu.sa; Baird, A. H., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, andrew.baird@jcu.edu.au; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 27771

A COMPREHENSIVE MOLECULAR AND MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY OF CERIANTHARIA (ANTHOZOA,CNIDARIA) ACROSS SEAS

Forero Mejia, A. C., Univesity of Genoa, Italy, annyforero@gmail.com; Arrigoni, R., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, roberto.arrigoni@kaust.edu.sa; Sougrat, R., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, rachid.sougrat@kaust.edu.sa; Östman, C., Uppsala University, Sweden, carina.ostman@ebc.uu.se; Bavestrello, G., University of Genoa, Italy, giorgio.bavestrello@unige.it; Rouse, G. W., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, grouse@ucsd.edu; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa; Ravasi, T., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, timothy.ravasi@kaust.edu.sa;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 28135

PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE ORDERS ZOANTHARIA AND ACTINIARIA (CNIDARIA: ANTHOZOA: HEXACORALLIA) UTILIZING NEWLY OBTAINED SPECIMENS FROM JAPAN

Fujii, T., Kagoshima University, Japan, takumagnum0213@hotmail.co.jp; Reimer, J. D., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, jreimr@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 28337

THE ENIGMATIC DIVERSITY OF SCLERACTINIAN-ASSOCIATED HYDROZOANS

Maggioni, D., University of Milano Bicocca, Italy, d.maggioni10@campus.unimib.it; Montano, S., University Of Milano Bicocca, Italy, simone.montano@unimib.it; Seveso, D., University of Milano Bicocca, Italy, davide.seveso@unimib.it; Galli, P., University of Milano Bicocca, Italy, paolo.galli@unimib.it;

09 - Biogeochemistry of coral reef systems

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28696

HOW FAST AND EFFICIENT SPONGE ENGINES DRIVE AND MODULATE THE FOOD WEB OF SHALLOW AND DEEP-SEA REEF ECOSYSTEMS

De Goeij, J. M., University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, j.m.degoeij@uva.nl;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28192

CARBON-CYCLING ON CARIBBEAN CORAL REEFS: THE INCREASING ROLE OF GIANT BARREL SPONGES

McMurray, S. E., University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA, mcmurrayse@yahoo.com; Pawlik, J. R., University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA, pawlikj@uncw.edu; Finelli, C. M., University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA, finellic@uncw.edu;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28777

CORAL MUCUS FUELS THE SPONGE LOOP IN WARM- AND COLD-WATER CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS

Rix, L., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Germany, laura.n.rix@gmail.com; de Goeij, J. M., Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, jmdegoeij@gmail.com; Mueller, C. E., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ-Yerseke), Netherlands, Nimoelle@web.de; Struck, U., Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science, Germany, ulrich.struck@mfn-berlin.de; Middelburg, J. J., Department of Earth Sciences – Geochemistry, Utrecht University, Netherlands, J.B.M.Middelburg@uu.nl; van Duyl, F. C., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ-Texel), Netherlands, Fleur.van.Duyl@nioz.nl; Al-Horani, F. A., University of Jordan – Aqaba and Marine Science Station (MSS), Jordan, f.horani@ju.edu.jo; Wild, C., Faculty of Biology and Chemistry (FB 2), University of Bremen, Germany, christian.wild@uni-bremen.de; Naumann, M. S., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Germany, mnaumann@uni-bremen.de; van Oevelen, D., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ-Yerseke), Netherlands, Dick.van.Oevelen@nioz.nl;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28248

GLOBAL MICROBIALIZATION OF CORAL REEFS

Haas, A. F., San Diego State University, USA, andreas.florian.haas@gmail.com; Kelly, L. W., San Diego State University, USA, lwegley@gmail.com ; Nelson, C. E., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, craig.nelson@hawaii.edu ; Fairoz, M. F., Ocean University, Sri Lanka, fairoz.mfm@gmail.com; Rohwer, F. L., San Diego State University, USA, frohwer@gmail.com ;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 29994

THE IMPACT OF SPONGE FILTRATION ON THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CORAL REEF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER

Fiore, C. L., Appalachian State University, USA, fiorec@appstate.edu; Freeman, C. J., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, Freemanc@si.edu; Kujawinski, E. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ekujawinski@whoi.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28784

DIFFERENTIAL RECYCLING OF CORAL- AND ALGAL-DERIVED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER BY CORAL REEF SPONGES

Rix, L. N., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Germany, laura.n.rix@gmail.com; de Goeij, J. M., University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, J.M.deGoeij@uva.nl; van Oevelen, D., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ-Yerseke), Netherlands, Dick.van.Oevelen@nioz.nl; Struck, U., Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science, Germany, ulrich.struck@mfn-berlin.de; Al-Horani, F. A., University of Jordan, Jordan, f.horani@ju.edu.jo; Wild, C., University of Bremen, Germany, christian.wild@uni-bremen.de; Naumann, M. S., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Germany, malik.naumann@leibniz-zmt.de;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28946

NIGHTTIME DISSOLVED OXYGEN SPIKES ACROSS CORAL REEF ENVIRONMENTS: BIOLOGICAL OR NOT?

Calhoun, S. K., San Diego State University, USA, sandi.calhoun@gmail.com; Haas, A. F., San Diego State University, USA, ; Takeshita, Y., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ; Johnson, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ; Fox, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ; Smith, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ; Mueller, B., Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity , Netherlands Antilles, ; Vermeij, M., Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity , Netherlands Antilles, ; Rohwer, F. L., San Diego State University, USA, ;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28743

EFFECTS OF LIGHT, NUTRIENTS AND THE CIRCADIAN CYCLE ON QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER RELEASED BY CARIBBEAN BENTHIC PRIMARY PRODUCERS

Mueller, B., Bremen University, Germany, muellerb@ymail.com; Brocke, H. J., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, hbrocke@mpi-bremen.de; Vermeij, M. J., CARMABI Foundation, Netherlands Antilles, carmabilog@gmail.com; Wild, C., Bremen University, Germany, christian.wild@uni-bremen.de; Van Duyl, F. C., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, Fleur.van.Duyl@nioz.nl;

10 - Metabolism studies/observations of coral reef communities

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 27865

DYNAMICS OF CARBONATE CHEMISTRY, PRODUCTION AND CALCIFICATION OF THE FLORIDA REEF TRACT (2009-2010): EVIDENCE THAT HETEROTROPHY IS DRIVING SEASONAL DISSOLUTION

Muehllehner, N., University of Miami, USA, nancymuehllehner@gmail.com; Langdon, C., University of Miami, USA, clangdon@rsmas.miami.edu; Venti, A., University of Miami, USA, aventi@rsmas.miami.edu; Kadko, D., Florida International University, USA, dkadko@fiu.edu;

https://www.rsmas.miami.edu/people/faculty-index/?p=chris-langdon

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28375

SPATIO-TEMPORAL CHANGES IN CORAL PHOTOSYNTHETIC EFFICIENCY, REEF PRODUCTIVITY AND WATER TURBIDITY AT FLORIDA KEYS PATCH REEFS

Vega-Rodriguez, M., University of South Florida, USA, mariavegarod@mail.usf.edu; Toro-Farmer, G., University of South Florida, USA, torofarmer@mail.usf.edu ; Yates, K., US Geological Survey, USA, kyates@usgs.gov; Melo, N., Cooperative Institutes for Marine and Atmospheric Studies, University of Miami, , USA, nmelo00@gmail.com; Ramsewak, D., The University of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, deanesh.ramsewak@utt.edu.tt; Cerdeira, S., National Commission for Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity, Mexico, scerdeira@conabio.gob.mx; Herwitz, S., UAV Collaborative, USA, stanley.r.herwitz@nasa.gov; Turk, D., Dalhousie University, Canada, daniela.turk@dal.ca; Muller-Karger, E. F., University of South Florida, USA, carib@usf.edu;

http://www.imars.usf.edu/

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28611

MEASUREMENT OF CARBON PRODUCTION BY PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND CALCIFICATION OF SHALLOW LAGOON IN SESOKO

Nakamura, S., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, k158361@eve.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Fujimura, H., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, fujimura@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Nakano, Y., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Nakai, T., Kokushikan University, Japan, ; Igarashi, M., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Casareto, B. E., Shizuoka University, Japan, ; Suzuki, Y., Shizuoka University, Japan, ;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28980

THE INFLUENCE OF UPWELLING ON THE TROPHIC STATUS OF CORALS FROM THE SHALLOW AND DEEP SLOPE IN THE CENTRAL MALDIVES

Radice, V. Z., University of Queensland, Australia, v.radice@uq.edu.au; Hoegh-Guldberg, O., University of Queensland, Australia, oveh@uq.edu.au; Fry, B., Griffith University, Australia, b.fry@griffith.edu.au; Dove, S. G., University of Queensland, Australia, s.dove@cms.uq.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 29173

INCREASED TEMPERATURE IS THE DOMINANT DRIVER OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON ACROPORA FORMOSA

van der Zande, R., Coral Reef Ecosystems Lab, University of Queensland, Australia, r.vanderzande@uq.edu.au; Achlatis, M., Coral Reef Ecosystems Lab, University of Queensland, Australia, m.achlatis@uq.edu.au; Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Coral Reef Ecosystems Lab, University of Queensland, Australia, oveh@uq.edu.au; Dove, S., Coral Reef Ecosystems Lab, University of Queensland, Australia, s.dove@cms.uq.edu.au;

http://

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28716

PRELIMINARY MEASUREMENTS OF CORAL COMMUNITY LIGHT-USE EFFICIENCY IN RESPONSE TO VARIABLE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Wooster, M. K., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science , Bermuda, mkwooster9@gmail.com; Hochberg, E. J., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science, Bermuda, eric.hochberg@bios.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 29224

IMPORTANCE OF HETEROTROPHIC FEEDING FOR PORITES CYLINDRICA AS AN ALTERNATIVE SURVIVAL STRATEGY.

Mello-Athayde, M. A., The University of Queensland, Coral Reef Ecosystems Laboratory, Australia, matheusm.athayde@gmail.com; Dove, S., The University of Queensland, Coral Reef Ecosystems Laboratory, Australia, ;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 29298

DO CORALS ADAPT THEIR ANNUAL SYMBIOTIC METABOLISM STRATEGIES TO COPE WITH SEASONAL TEMPERATURE STRESS AND NITROGEN POLLUTION?

Thompson, P. D., Hong Kong University, Hong Kong PRC, phil257@hku.hk; Baker, D. M., Hong Kong University, Hong Kong PRC, dmbaker@hku.hk;

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

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 29652

VIRAL OUTBREAK IN CORALS ASSOCIATED WITH AN IN SITU BLEACHING EVENT: ATYPICAL HERPES-LIKE VIRUSES AND A NEW MEGAVIRUS INFECTING SYMBIODINIUM

S. Correa, A. M., Rice University, USA, ac53@rice.edu; Ainsworth, T. D., James Cook University, Australia, tracy.ainsworth@jcu.edu.au; Rosales, S. M., Oregon State University, USA, srosales712@gmail.com; Thurber, A. R., Oregon State University, USA, arthurber1@gmail.com; Butler, C. R., University of California - Davis, USA, crbutler532@gmail.com; Vega Thurber, R. L., Oregon State University, USA, rvegathurber@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 27822

THE DIVERSITY AND ROLES OF CORAL-ASSOCIATED VIRUSES

van Oppen, M. J., The University of Melbourne/Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, madeleine.van@unimelb.edu.au; Weynberg, K. D., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, ; Wood-Charlson, E. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, elishawc@hawaii.edu; Levin, R. A., University of New South Wales, Australia, rachy@rachy.com; Laffy, P., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, p.laffy@aims.gov.au; Webster, N. S., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, n.webster@aims.gov.au; Montalvo Proano, J., Australian Institute of Marine Science/AIMS@JCU, Australia, J.MontalvoProano@aims.gov.au; Beltran, V. H., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, v.beltran@aims.gov.au; Voolstra, C. R., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, christian.voolstra@kaust.edu.sa; Neave, M., Christian R Voolstra , Saudi Arabia, matthewjneave1@gmail.com; Clode, P., University of Western Australia, Australia, peta.clode@uwa.edu.au; Brownlee, C., University of New South Wales, Australia, c.brownlee@unsw.edu.au;

http://www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/display/person726007

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28919

PHAGE-BACTERIA INTERACTIONS IN CORAL REEF BENTHIC COMPETITION

Little, M. J., SDSU, USA, marklittle1989@gmail.com; Lim, Y. W., SDSU, USA, ywlim.s@gmail.com ; Guieros, G., SDSU, USA, genivaldo.gueiros@gmail.com ; Rohwer, F., SDSU, USA, frohwer@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28990

DIVERSITY AND FUNCTION OF VIRUSES IN CORAL REEF SPONGES

Pascelli, C., Australian Institute of Marine Science and James Cook University, Australia, C.Pascelli@aims.gov.au; Laffy, P., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, P.Laffy@aims.gov.au; Kupresanin, M., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, marija.kupresanin@kaust.edu.sa; Botté, E., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, E.Botte@aims.gov.au; Weynberg, K., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, K.Weynberg@aims.gov.au; Ravasi, T., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, timothy.ravasi@kaust.edu.sa; Webster, N., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, N.Webster@aims.gov.au;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 29669

SPATIAL AND HOST-GENETIC FORCES STRUCTURE THE MICROBIOME OF THE SPONGE CLIONA DELITRIX

Easson, C. G., Nova Southeastern University, Halmos College of Natural Sci. and Oceanography, USA, cgeasson86@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 29719

DIVERSITY IN SPONGE HOLOBIONT FUNCTIONING: THE ROLE OF MICROBIAL ABUNDANCE, HOST SPONGE IDENTITY, AND GEOGRAPHY

Freeman, C. J., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, freemanc@si.edu; Easson, C. G., Nova Southeastern University, Halmos College of Natural Science and Oceanography, USA, cgeasson86@gmail.com; Baker, D. M., School of Biological Sciences, Department of Earth Science, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong PRC, thedmbaker@me.com; Paul, V., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, paul@si.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28329

MICROBIAL PROCESSES IN THE SEDIMENT AT A SHALLOW-WATER HYDROTHERMAL VENT IN A TROPICAL CORAL REEF

Hassenrueck, C., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, chassenr@mpi-bremen.de; Fink, A., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, afink@mpi-bremen.de; Tegetmeyer, H., Center for Biotechnology, Bielefeld University , Germany, htegetme@cebitec.uni-bielefeld.de; Hofmann, L. C., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, lhofmann@mpi-bremen.de; Lichtschlag, A., National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, a.lichtschlag@noc.ac.uk; Ramette, A., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, alban.ramette@ispm.unibe.ch; de Beer, D., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, dbeer@mpi-bremen.de;

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

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28594

MULTIPLE PREDATOR EFFECTS ON JUVENILE PREY MORTALITY

Palacios, M. M., James Cook University, Australia, maria.palaciosotero@my.jcu.edu.au; Malerba, M. E., James Cook University, Australia, martino.malerba@gmail.com; McCormick, M. I., James Cook University, Australia, mark.mccormick@jcu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28285

SMALL FISH REVEAL THE BIG PICTURE ON CORAL REEFS

Goatley, C. H., James Cook University, Australia, christopher.goatley@jcu.edu.au; González-Cabello, A., James Cook University, Australia, ; Bellwood, D. R., James Cook University, Australia, david.bellwood@jcu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28027

ARE SUCCESSFUL REEF FISH SIMPLY BORN 'LUCKY' OR DO THEY 'PLAY THEIR CARDS WELL'?

Shima, J. S., Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, jeffrey.shima@vuw.ac.nz; Osenberg, C. W., University of Georgia, USA, osenberg@uga.edu; Swearer, S. E., University of Melbourne, Australia, sswearer@unimelb.edu.au; Noonburg, E. G., Florida Atlantic University, USA, enoonbur@fau.edu; Alonzo, S. H., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, shalonzo@ucsc.edu;

http://personal.victoria.ac.nz/jeffrey_shima/

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28283

PLASTICITY OF ESCAPE RESPONSES: HOW EXPERIENCED CORAL REEF FISH ALTER THEIR ESCAPE PERFORMANCE

Ramasamy, R. A., James Cook University, Australia, ryan.ramasamy@my.jcu.edu.au; Allan, B. J., James Cook University, Australia, bridie.allan@my.jcu.edu.au; McCormick, M. I., James Cook University, Australia, mark.mccormick@jcu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28408

CHANGES IN FISH WARINESS ACROSS A GRADIENT OF INTENSITY IN SCUBA DIVING ACTIVITY

Ridlon, A. D., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, april.ridlon@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Warner, R. R., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, robert.warner@lifesci.ucsb.edu ; Gaines, S. D., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, Gaines@bren.ucsb.edu ;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29007

FEAR AND FORAGING: REVEALED PREFERENCES OF A CORAL REEF FISH

Malone, M. A., University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, mmalon29@uic.edu; Whelan, C. J., University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, whelanc@uic.edu; Brown, J. S., University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, squirrel@uic.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 30085

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FORAGING BEHAVIOR REVEALS HIGH FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY AMONG CARIBBEAN PARROTFISHES

Adam, T. C., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, thomascadam@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28057

TOP-DOWN VERSUS BOTTOM-UP REGULATION OF CORALS IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

Smith, K. M., Clemson University , USA, kylie4@clemson.edu; Childress, M. J., Clemson University , USA, mchildr@clemson.edu;

24 - Rediscovering crustose coralline algae

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 28281

SKELETON ULTRASTRUCTURE OF CORALLINE RED ALGAE MIRRORS MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL PHYLOGENY

Auer, G., University of Graz, NAWI Graz, Austria, gerald.auer@uni-graz.at; Piller, W. E., University of Graz, NAWI Graz, Austria, werner.piller@uni-graz.at;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 29039

SEASONAL GROWTH AND CALCIFICATION RATES OF CORALLINE ALGAE ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN EFFECTIVE IN SITU STAINING METHOD

Lewis, B., Griffith University, Australia, bonnie.lewis@griffithuni.edu.au; Kennedy, E., Griffith University, Australia, emma.kennedy@griffith.edu.au; Diaz-Pulido, G., Griffith University, Australia, g.diaz-pulido@griffith.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 29798

CARBONATE DYNAMICS OF AN ALGAL RIDGE

Leplastrier, A., The Australain National University, Australia, u5006857@anu.edu.au; Eggins, S., The Australian National University, Australia, Stephen.Eggins@anu.edu.au; Ellwood, M., The Austalian National University, Australia, Michael.Ellwood@anu.edu.au; Opdyke, B., The Australian National University, Australia, bradley.opdyke@anu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 29712

UNEXPECTED CONTROLS ON REEF-BUILDING PROPERTIES OF CORALLINE ALGA POROLITHON ONKODES

Nash, M. C., Smithsonian Institute, USA, merinda.nash@anu.edu.au; Diaz-Pulido, G., Griffith University, Australia, g.diaz-pulido@griffith.edu.au; Kennedy, E., Griffith University, , emma.kennedy@griffith.edu.au; Opdyke, B., Australian National University, Australia, bradley.opdyke@anu.edu.au; Bradby, J., Australian National University, USA, jodie.bradby@anu.edu.au; Adey, W., Smithsonian Institution, USA, adeyw@si.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 29849

CRUSTOSE CORALLINE ALGAE, DOLOMITE, AND THE HISTORY OF MG/CA WITHIN THE CENOZOIC OCEAN

Opdyke, B. N., The Australain National University, Australia, bradley.opdyke@anu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 30101

DISTINCT BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES OCCUR ON CORALLINE ALGAE THAT INDUCE HIGH CORAL SETTLEMENT.

Abrego, D., Zayed University, United Arab Emirates, david.abrego@zu.ac.ae; Siboni, N., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, nahshon.siboni@uts.edu.au; Puill-Stephan, E., Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, eneour@yahoo.fr;

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

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29959

BLEACHING AND DEPTH REFUGES IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC DURING THE STRONG 2015-2016 EL NIÑO

Smith, T. B., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, tsmith@uvi.edu; Baker, A. C., University of Miami, USA, abaker@rsmas.miami.edu; Brandtneris, V. W., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, vwbrandt@gmail.com; Glynn, P. W., University of Miami, USA, pglynn@rsmas.miami.edu; Manzello, D. P., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, derek.manzello@noaa.gov; Maté, J. L., Smithsonian Tropical Research Organization, Panama, matej@si.edu; McGillis, W. R., Columbia University, USA, wrm2102@columbia.edu; Palacio, A., University of Miami, USA, apalacio@rsmas.miami.edu; Fong, P., University of California Los Angeles, USA, pfong@biology.ucla.edu;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28143

ECOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF DEPTH RANGES IN CORAL-FEEDING BUTTERFLYFISH: ARE DEEP REEFS A REFUGE?

MacDonald, C., James Cook University, Australia, chancey.macdonald@my.jcu.edu.au; Bridge, T. C., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, thomas.bridge@jcu.edu.au; Jones, G. P., James Cook University, Australia, geoffrey.jones@jcu.edu.au;

http://www.coralcoe.org.au

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29599

DEPTH IS A MORE POTENT STRUCTURING FORCE FOR BRACHYURAN CRAB ASSEMBLAGES THAN LATITUDE, GEOGRAPHY, OR HUMAN IMPACT ACROSS THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO

Hurley, K. K., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, hurleyk@hawaii.edu; Timmers, M. A., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, molly.timmers@noaa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28714

ORIGIN AND MAINTENANCE OF REEF FISH BIODIVERSITY IN SEAMOUNTS AND OCEANIC ISLANDS OF THE SOUTH ATLANTIC

Pinheiro, H. T., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, htpinheiro@gmail.com; Bernardi, G., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, bernardi@ucsc.edu; Simon, T., Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil, thionysimon@gmail.com; Joyeux, J. C., Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil, jcj.ufes@gmail.com; Rocha, L. A., California Academy of Sciences, USA, lrocha@calacademy.org;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28468

FITTING A PIECE IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC PUZZLE: SEAMOUNTS AS STEPPING-STONES BETWEEN MAINLAND AND OCEANIC ISLANDS

Simon, T., Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil, thionysimon@gmail.com; Pinheiro, H. T., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, htpinheiro@gmail.com; Macieira, R. M., Universidade Vila Velha, Brazil, raphaelmacieira@hotmail.com; Rocha, L. A., California Academy of Sciences, Brazil, lrocha@calacademy.org; Santos, S., Universidade Federal do Pará, Brazil, sssimoni@yahoo.com.br; Joyeux, J. C., Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil, jean.joyeux@ufes.br;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29560

DECLINE IN ABUNDANCE AND HEALTH STATE OF AN ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL GORGONIAN POPULATION

Cassola, G. E., University of Warwick, United Kingdom, gabriel.ernicassola@outlook.com; Pacheco, M. S., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, matheuscpacheco@gmail.com; Barbosa, M. C., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, moyses_barbosa@yahoo.com.br; Hansen, D. M., University of Zurich, Switzerland, dennis.hansen@ieu.uzh.ch; Ferreira, C. L., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, carlosferreira@id.uff.br;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29229

REGAL PHYLOGEOGRAPHY: RANGE-WIDE SURVEY OF THE MARINE ANGELFISH PYGOPLITES DIACANTHUS REVEALS EVOLUTIONARY PARTITIONS

Coleman, R. R., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, rcolema@hawaii.edu; Eble, J. A., University of West Florida, USA, jff.eble@gmail.com; DiBattista, J. D., Curtin University, Australia, josephdibattista@gmail.com; Rocha, L. A., California Academy of Sciences, USA, lrocha@calacademy.org; Randall, J. E., Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, USA, jackr@hawaii.rr.com; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa; Bowen, B. W., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, bbowen@hawaii.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29319

MACROALGAL BROWSING ON A HEAVILY DEGRADED, URBANIZED EQUATORIAL CORAL REEF SYSTEM

Bauman, A. G., National University of Singapore, Singapore, andrew.bauman@nus.edu.sg; Feary, D. F., University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, david.feary@nottingham.ac.uk; Hoey, A. S., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook Universiyt, Australia, andrew.hoey1@jcu.edu.au; Dunshea, G., Ecological Marine Services, , glennd@ecologicalmarine.com.au; Low, J., National Biodiversity Centre, Singapore, cat64fish@gmail.com; Todd, P. A., National University of Singapore, Singapore, dbspat@nus.edu.sg;

30 - Coral bleaching: monitoring, management responses and resilience

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 28786

MULTI-DECADE MONITORING OF REEF-BUILDING CORALS ON THE FLORIDA KEY REEF TRACT

Baker, D. A., University of Georgia, USA, daniel.baker7@uga.edu; Kemp, D. K., University of Georgia, USA, dkemp1@uga.edu; Hopkinson, B. M., University of Georgia, USA, bmhopkin@uga.edu; Fitt, W. K., University of Georgia, USA, fitt@uga.edu;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 28876

TEN YEARS OF LARGE SCALE CORAL BLEACHING MONITORING ACROSS THE FLORIDA REEF TRACT

Johnson, M. E., The Nature Conservancy, USA, meaghan_johnson@tnc.org; Bergh, C., The Nature Conservancy, USA, cbergh@tnc.org; Byrne, J. R., The Nature Conservancy, USA, jbyrne@tnc.org;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 29810

TWENTY YEARS OF CHANGE AND IMPACTS OF THE 2014/2015 BLEACHING EVENT ON FLORIDA KEYS REEFS

Ruzicka, R., FL Fish & Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Rob.Ruzicka@MyFWC.com; Colella, M., FL Fish & Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Mike.Colella@MyFWC.com; Brinkhuis, V., FL Fish & Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Vanessa.Brinkhuis@MyFWC.com; Huebner, L., FL Fish & Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Lindsay.Huebner@MyFWC.com; Bartlett, L., FL Fish & Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Lucy.Bartlett@MyFWC.com; Lunz, K., FL Fish & Wildlife Research Institute, USA, Kate.Lunz@MyFWC.com;

http://www.myfwc.com/research/habitat/coral/

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 29833

RECORD OF CORAL REEFS STRUCTURAL CHANGES, CORAL BLEACHING IMPACTS AND RESILIENCE FACING CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS AT THE SIAN KAAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE

Nava-Martínez, G., Oceanus, A.C. , Mexico, gnavam@oceanus.org.mx; Garcia-Salgado, M., Oceanus, A.C. , Mexico, miguel@oceanus.org.mx; Samos-Falcon, E., Oceanus, A.C., Mexico, info@oceanus.org.mx;

http://www.oceanus.org.mx

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 28247

LONG-TERM MONITORING OF CORAL HEALTH IN BOCAS DEL TORO, PANAMA FOLLOWING THE 2005, 2010, AND 2015 MASS BLEACHING EVENTS

Khen, A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego , USA, akhen@ucsd.edu; Neal, B. P., University of Queensland , Australia, b.neal@uq.edu.au; Mitchell, B. G., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego , USA, gmitchell@ucsd.edu; Kline, D. I., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego , USA, dkline@ucsd.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 29048

ASYMMETRIC, LARGE SCALE COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO CLIMATE OSCILLATIONS IN GALAPAGOS SUBTIDAL ECOSYSTEMS

Witman, J. D., Brown University, USA, jon_witman@brown.edu; Smith, F., Brown University, USA, franzinho@actrix.co.nz; Brandt, M., Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador, mbrandt@usfq.edu.ec; Banks, S., Conservation International , Ecuador, sbanksocean@gmail.com ; Altieri, A., Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution, Panama, AltieriA@si.edu; Moore, E., Brown University, USA, Eliza_Moore@brown.edu; Lamb, R., Brown University, USA, Robert_Lamb@brown.edu;

http://witmanlab.com

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 29056

IMPACTS OF THERMAL STRESS ON THE PORITES SPP. CORAL-POPULATION DYNAMICS IN A SMALL PHILIPPINE EMBAYMENT

Narida, E. G., The Marine Science Institute, University Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, ejgnarida@gmail.com; Aliño, P. M., The Marine Science Institute, University Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, alinoperry018@gmail.com; Licuanan, W. Y., The Marine Science Institute, University Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, wilfredo.licuanan@dlsu.edu.ph;

40 - Coastal pollution: nutrients, sewage and contaminants

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 29004

SEWAGE POLLUTION: MITIGATION IS KEY FOR CORAL REEF STEWARDSHIP

Wear, S. L., The Nature Conservancy, USA, swear@tnc.org; Vega Thurber, R., Oregon State University, USA, rvegathurber@gmail.com;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 30019

SOCIAL RESILIENCE AND THE BUSINESS CASE FOR INCREASING INVESTMENT IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT: THE IMPORTANCE OF INTEGRATING EFFECTS ON NATURAL CAPITAL

Bradford, E. J., CH2M, USA, elizabeth.bradford@ch2m.com; Kealy, M. J., CH2M, USA, mkealy@ch2m.com; Codner-Smith, E., The Nature Conservancy, USA, ecodner-smith@tnc.org; Weier, J. A., CH2M, USA, Jonathon.Weier@CH2M.com; Corbin, C., UNEP-CEP, Jamaica, cjc@cep.unep.org;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 29644

A MULTI-TRACER APPROACH FOR IDENTIFYING SEWAGE POLLUTION HOTSPOTS ON A HAWAIIAN CORAL REEF

Wiegner, T. N., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, wiegner@hawaii.edu; Abaya, L., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, labaya@hawaii.edu; Beets, J., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, beets@hawaii.edu; Carlson, K., National Park Service, USA, kailea_carlson@nps.gov; Colbert, S., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, colberts@hawaii.edu; Couch, C. S., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, courtneyscouch@gmail.com; Kramer, K. L., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, k.lindsey.kramer@gmail.com; Most, R., The Nature Conservancy, USA, rmost@tnc.org;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 29544

PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT POLLUTION ON CORAL REEFS: TOXICOLOGY AND CONTAMINATION OF UV SUNSCREENS, PRESERVATIVES, PLASTIC MICROSPHERES AND OTHER INGREDIENTS

Downs, C. A., Haereticus Environmental Laboratory, USA, cadowns@haereticus-lab.org; Cruz, S. A., Spanish Council for Scientific Research, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water , USA, sdcqam@cid.csic.es; Fauth, J. E., Dept. of Biology, University of Central Florida, USA, John.Fauth@ucf.edu;

http://www.haereticus-lab.org/

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 29880

RESPONSES OF TWO SCLERACTINIAN CORALS TO METAL POLLUTION AND OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Biscéré, T., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, New Caledonia, tom.biscere@ird.fr; Rodolfo-Metalpa, R., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, New Caledonia, ; Lorrain, A., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement/LEMAR, New Caledonia, ; Chauvaud, L., Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer, France, ; Thébault, J., Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer, France, ; Gilbert, A., Ginger Soproner SAS, New Caledonia, ; Clavier, J., Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer, France, ; Houlbrèque, F., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, New Caledonia, fanny.houlbreque@ird.fr;

60 - Integrated ecosystem-based management for coral reefs and the value of socio-ecological studies

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29448

NOAA’S NATIONAL CORAL REEF MONITORING PROGRAM: INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM MONITORING AND REPORTING IN U.S. CORAL REEF AREAS TO INFORM CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT

Kimball, J. B., Coral Reef Conservation Program, NOAA Office for Coastal Management , USA, justine.kimball@noaa.gov; Brainard, R., Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, USA, rusty.brainard@noaa.gov; Monaco, M., Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment, NOAA National Ocean Service, USA, mark.monaco@noaa.gov; Bohnsack, J., Protected Resources and Biodiversity Division, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, jim.bohnsack@noaa.gov; Clark, R., Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment, NOAA National Ocean Service, USA, randy.clark@noaa.gov; Schull, J., Protected Resources and Biodiversity Division, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, jennifer.schull@noaa.gov; Manzello, D., Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, USA, derek.manzello@noaa.gov; Enochs, I., Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, USA, Ian.Enochs@noaa.gov; Oliver, T., Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, USA, thomas.oliver@noaa.gov; Williams, I., Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, USA, ivor.williams@noaa.gov; Vargas-Ángel, B., Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, , bernardo.vargasangel@noaa.gov; Blondeau, J., Protected Resources and Biodiversity Division, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, jeremiah.blondeau@noaa.gov; Edwards, P., Coral Reef Conservation Program, NOAA Office for Coastal Management , USA, peter.edwards@noaa.gov; Eakin, C. M., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, USA, mark.eakin@noaa.gov; Kelsey, H., Center for Environmental Science, University of Maryland, USA, hkelsey@ca.umces.edu; Donovan, C. E., Center for Environmental Science, University of Maryland, USA, cdonovan@ca.umces.edu; Koss, J., Coral Reef Conservation Program, NOAA Office for Coastal Management , USA, jennifer.koss@noaa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29028

LARGE-SCALE, LONG-TERM INTERDISCIPLINARY ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING OF THE U.S. PACIFIC ISLANDS TO SUPPORT ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION

Brainard, R. E., NOAA-PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, rusty.brainard@noaa.gov; Vargas-Angel, B., Univ. of Hawaii/JIMAR & NOAA-PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, bernardo.vargasangel@noaa.gov; Williams, I., NOAA-PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, ivor.williams@noaa.gov; Oliver, T., Univ. of Hawaii/JIMAR & NOAA-Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, , thomas.oliver@noaa.gov; Rooney, J., Univ. of Hawaii/JIMAR & NOAA-PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, john.rooney@noaa.gov; Timmers, M., Univ. of Hawaii/JIMAR & NOAA-PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, molly.timmers@noaa.gov; Weijerman, M., Univ. of Hawaii/JIMAR & NOAA-PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, mariska.weijerman@noaa.gov; Edwards, P., NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program, USA, peter.edwards@noaa.gov; Kimball, J., NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program, USA, justine.kimball@noaa.gov; Cohen, A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; Smith, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, smithj@ucsd.edu; Toonen, R., Univ. of Hawaii - Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, toonen@hawaii.edu; Price, N., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, nprice@bigelow.org; Feely, R. A., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, richard.a.feely@noaa.gov; Alin, S., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, simone.r.alin@noaa.gov; Sutton, A., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, adrienne.sutton@noaa.gov; Manzello, D., NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, USA, derek.manzello@noaa.gov; Enochs, I., Univ. of Miami/CIMAS and NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic Laboratory, USA, ian.enochs@noaa.gov; Knowlton, N., Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of Natural History, USA, knowlton@si.edu; Paulay, G., Univ. of Florida - Florida Museum of Natural History, USA, paulay@flmnh.ufl.edu; Rohwer, F., San Diego State University, USA, frohwer@gmail.com;

http://www.pifsc.noaa.gov/cred/

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29434

USING CORAL REEF SCIENCE IN MSP TO ACHIEVE PERFORMANCE-BASED ZONING

Agardy, T., Sound Seas, USA, tundiagardy@earthlink.net;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29589

BIOGEOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENTS: A FRAMEWORK FOR INFORMATION SYNTHESIS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS

Monaco, M. E., NOAA National Ocean Service, USA, mark.monaco@noaa.gov;

http://coastalscience.noaa.gov/

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29162

A FRAMEWORK TOWARDS INTEGRATING REEF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN SMALL-SCALE FISHERIES IN THE TROPICS

Mamauag, S. S., Marine Environment and Resources Foundation, Inc, MSI, Uni of the Philippines, Philippines, samuel.mamauag@gmail.com; Alino, P. M., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Philippines, alinoperry018@gmail.com; Arceo, H. O., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Philippines, hoarceo@gmail.com; Muallil, R. N., , Philippines, rnmuallil@gmail.com; De Jesus, D., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Philippines, diovaniedejesus@gmail.com; De Ramos, R., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Philippines, remderamos102591@gmail.com; Cabral, R., University of California Santa Barbara-Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, , rcabral@bren.ucsb.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29132

DETERMINING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF REEF FISHES FOR THE AQUARIUM TRADE IN SELECT SITES IN THE PHILIPPINES

Baldisimo, J. P., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, jem.baldisimo@gmail.com; Recamara, D. B., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, denrecamara@gmail.com ; Garcia, J. T., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, joesphbgarcia@gmail.com; Escoro, M. T., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, mcvjtescoro77@gmail.com; Mamauag, A. S., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, samuel.mamauag@gmail.com; Arceo, H. O., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines, hoarceo@gmail.com;

69 - Evaluating the ecological, social and economic effectiveness of MPAs.

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29115

PLANNING AND MANAGING MARINE PROTECTED AREAS: FROM BELIEF SYSTEMS TO EVIDENCE

Pressey, B., James Cook University, Australia, bob.pressey@jcu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 28462

SHORT-TERM ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS IN THE BIRD’S HEAD SEASCAPE MPA NETWORK

Ahmadia, G. N., WWF-US, USA, gabby.ahmadia@wwfus.org; Harris, J., WWF-US, USA, Jill.Harris@wwfus.org; Fox, H., WWF-US, USA, fox.conservation@gmail.com ; Glew, L., WWF-US, USA, Louise.Glew@wwfus.org; Hidayat, N., Conservation International - Indonesia, Indonesia, nhidayat@conservation.org; Purwanto, P., TNC - Indonesia, Indonesia, Purwanto@TNC.ORG; Pada, D., Conservation International - ID, Indonesia, dpada@conservation.org ;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 30074

ASSESSING TRENDS IN TARGETED MARINE FISHES IN THE BONAIRE MARINE PARK, LEEWARD ANTILLES CARIBBEAN

Semmens, B. X., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, bsemmens@ucsd.edu; Pattengill-Semmens, C. V., Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF), USA, christy@reef.org;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29380

POSITIVE MPA EFFECTS AFTER 8 YEARS OF CONSERVATION EFFORT AT REUNION ISLAND (INDIAN OCEAN)

Bruggemann, J. H., Université de La Réunion, Reunion, henrich.bruggemann@univ-reunion.fr; Bigot, L., Université de La Réunion, Reunion, lionel.bigot@univ-reunion.fr; Cauvin, B., GIP Réserve Nationale Marine de La Réunion, Reunion, bruce.cauvin@reservemarinereunion.fr; Chabanet, P., IRD, Reunion, pascale.chabanet@ird.fr; Durville, P., GALAXEA, Reunion, patrick.durville.galaxea@gmail.com; Guillaume, M., Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, France, guillaum@mnhn.fr; Hoarao, L., IFREMER, Reunion, ludohoa@hotmail.com; Mulochau, T., BIORECIF, Reunion, biorecif@gmail.com; Penin, L., Université de La Réunion, Reunion, lucie.penin@univ-reunion.fr; Tessier, E., HYDRÔ Réunion, Reunion, tessier.arda@orange.fr; Urbina, I., Université de La Réunion, Reunion, isabelurbinab@gmail.com; Pothin, K., GIP Réserve Nationale Marine de La Réunion, Reunion, karine.pothin@reservemarinereunion.fr;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 28972

MPA PERFORMANCE UNDER PRESSURE: CAN THEY YIELD DISTURBANCE REFUGES AND ENHANCE RECOVERY?

Ceccarelli, D. M., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, dmcecca@gmail.com; Williamson, D. H., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, david.williamson@jcu.edu.au; Evans, R. D., Department of Environment and Conservation, Australia, Richard.Evans@dpaw.wa.gov.au; Russ, G. R., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, garry.russ@jcu.edu.au;

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 28162

MARINE PROTECTED AREAS BUFFER DIRECT AND INDIRECT EFFECTS OF MONSOON SEASONALITY ON TROPICAL SEAGRASS FISH COMMUNITIES

Alonso Aller, E., Stockholm University, Sweden, elisa.alonso-aller@su.se; Jiddawi, N. S., University of Dar es Salaam, United Repbulic of Tanzania, njiddawi@ims.udsm.ac.tz; Eklöf, J. S., Stockholm University, Sweden, johan.eklof@su.se;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 28631

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT MEDIATES ALGAL CONSUMPTION THRESHOLDS ON CORAL REEFS IN KENYA

Humphries, A. T., University of Rhode Island, USA, humphries@uri.edu; McClanahan, T. R., Wildlife Conservation Society, USA, tmcclanahan@wcs.org;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29216

CONSIDERING MULTIPLE FACTORS IN ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A LARGE-SCALE MARINE PROTECTED AREA FOR CONSERVING TARGETED FISH COMMUNITIES

Holmes, T. H., WA Department of Parks and Wildlife, Australia, thomas.holmes@dpaw.wa.gov.au; Wilson, S., WA Department of Parks and Wildlife, Australia, shaun.wilson@dpaw.wa.gov.au; Evans, R., WA Department of Parks and Wildlife, Australia, richard.evans@dpaw.wa.gov.au; Ayling, T., Sea Research, Australia, tony.ayling@gmail.com; Westera, M., BMT Oceanica, Australia, mark.westera@bmtoceanica.com.au; Halford, A., WA Department of Parks and Wildlife, Australia, andrew.halford@dpaw.wa.gov.au; Depczynski, M., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, m.depczynski@aims.gov.au; Cheal, A., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, a.cheal@aims.gov.au; Babcock, R., CSIRO, Australia, russ.babcock@csiro.au; Vanderklift, M., CSIRO, Australia, mat.vanderklift@dpaw.wa.gov.au; Fitzpatrick, B., , Australia, ben.fitzpatrick@oceanwise.com.au; Stuart-Smith, R., University of Tasmania, Australia, rick.stuartsmith@utas.edu.au; Edgar, G., University of Tasmania, Australia, graham.edgar@utas.edu.au; Fulton, C., Australian National University, Australia, christopher.fulton@anu.edu.au; Tinkler, P., Deakin University, Australia, paul.tinkler@deakin.edu.au; Cure, K., University of Western Australia, Australia, katherine.cure@gmail.com;

75 - Prevention, Assessment, and Mitigation of Coral Reef Impacts Resulting from Planned and Unplanned Human Activitie

06/20/2016 | 14:00 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29655

THE EVOLUTION OF BEST PRACTICES TO PREVENT, ASSESS, AND MITIGATE CORAL REEF IMPACTS IN THE ATLANTIC/CARIBBEAN

Karazsia, J. L., NOAA, USA, Jocelyn.Karazsia@noaa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 14:15 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28216

U.S. CORAL REEF TASK FORCE DRAFT HANDBOOK ON CORAL REEF IMPACTS

Davis, G. W., Pacific Islands Regional Office, NMFS, USA, Gerry.Davis@noaa.gov; Wiltse, W. I., USEPA, Australia, wiltse.wendy@epa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 14:30 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29284

THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF MARINE HABITAT MAPPING TOOLS AS A MECHANISM TO ENCOURAGE IMPACT AVOIDANCE AND MINIMIZATION TO CORAL REEF RESOURCES

Montgomery, A., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, USA, Tony_Montgomery@fws.gov;

06/20/2016 | 14:45 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 30114

TWO NMFS CONSULTATION CASE STUDIES IN PACIFIC AND CARIBBEAN CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS TO AVOID AND MINIMIZE CORAL REEF IMPACTS

Jayewardene, D. C., NOAA/ERT, USA, Danielle.Jayewardene@noaa.gov; Carrubba, L., NOAA Fisheries, USA, lisamarie.carrubba@noaa.gov;

06/20/2016 | 15:00 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29771

BIGGER IS BETTER: UNDERWATER IMAGE MOSAICS OF LARGE AREAS FOR IMPROVED CORAL REEF MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT

Gleason, A., University of Miami, USA, art.gleason@miami.edu;

http://yyy.rsmas.miami.edu/groups/reidlab/

06/20/2016 | 15:15 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28397

DEVELOPING THE BIOLOGICAL CONDITION GRADIENT (BCG), AS A TOOL FOR DESCRIBING THE CONDITION OF US CORAL REEFS

Santavy, D. L., US Environmental Protection Agency, Gulf Ecology Div., USA, santavy.debbie@epa.gov; Bradley, P., Tetra Tech, Inc.,, USA, patbradley@comcast.com; Gerritsen, J., Tetra Tech., Inc, USA, jeroen.gerritsen@tetratech.com;

06/20/2016 | 15:30 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29946

SHIPPING AND MARINE PILOTAGE: ARE THERE SUFFICIENT SYSTEMS IN PLACE TO PROTECT VULNERABLE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS?

Beveridge, S. D., University of New South Wales, School of Aviation, Australia, stuart.beveridge@student.unsw.edu.au; Lamb, J. B., Cornell University, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, USA, joleah.lamb@cornell.edu;

06/20/2016 | 15:45 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28210

THE NEED FOR AN EX-SITU CORAL RESTORATION NURSERY IN HAWAII

Chan, N. T., Coral Restoration Nursery, USA, norton.t.chan@hawaii.gov; Gulko, D. A., Coral Restoration Nursery, USA, david.a.gulko@hawaii.gov; Forsman, Z. H., Coral Restoration Nursery and Hawaii Institute for Marine Biology, USA, zac@hawaii.edu; Wolke, C. S., Coral Restoration Nursery, USA, chelsea.s.wolke@hawaii.gov; Ranson, S. P., Coral Restoration Nursery, USA, stephen.p.ranson@hawaii.gov; Del Rio Torres, L., Coral Restoration Nursery, USA, laura.delriotorres@hawaii.gov;