Program & Agenda

Agenda Detail

6/22/2016 | 16:15 - 18:15 | ORAL

05 - Acclimatization and adaptation in reef organisms

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28957

SEASONAL VARIATION IN CORAL THERMAL PERFORMANCE ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Jurriaans, S., James Cook University, Australia, saskia.jurriaans@my.jcu.edu.au; Hoogenboom, M., James Cook University, Australia, mia.hoogenboom1@jcu.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28185

SUSCESPTIBILITY OF ACROPORA PALMATA PATCHES TO THERMAL STRESS

Schutter, M., Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnologia, UNAM, Mexico, miriam.schutter@gmail.com; Banaszak, A. T., Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnologia, UNAM, Mexico, banaszak@cmarl.unam.mx;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29194

CORAL PLASTICITY AND HOLOBIONT DYNAMICS UNDER THERMAL STRESS: INTRAPOPULATIONAL, INTERPOPULATIONAL AND INTERSPECIFIC VARIABILITY

Brener Raffalli, K., Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, France, kelly.brener@univ-perp.fr; Pratlong, M., Université Aix-Marseille, France, marine.pratlong@imbe.fr; Vidal-Dupiol, J., IFREMER, French Polynesia, Jeremie.Vidal.Dupiol@ifremer.fr; Adjeroud, M., IRD, France, mehdi.adjeroud@ird.fr; Romans, P., Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls sur mer, France, pascal.romans@obs-banyuls.fr ; Pillot, R., Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls sur mer, France, pillot@obs-banyuls.fr ; Feuillassier, L., Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls sur mer, France, feuillassier@obs-banyuls.fr ; Aurelle, D., Université Aix-Marseille, France, didier.aurelle@imbe.fr ; Pontarotti, P., Université Aix-Marseille, France, pierre.pontarotti@univ-amu.fr; Haguenauer, A., Université Aix-Marseille, France, anne.haguenauer@imbe.fr; Mitta, G., Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, France, mitta@univ-perp.fr ; Toulza, E., Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, France, eve.toulza@univ-perp.fr ;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29279

THE GREAT BARRIER REEF IS AT RISK OF LOSING THERMAL TOLERANCE

Ainsworth, T. D., James Cook University, Australia, tracy.ainsworth@jcu.edu.au; Heron, S. F., U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Australia, scott.heron@noaa.gov; Ortiz, J. C., University of Queensland, Australia, j.ortiz@uq.edu.au; Mumby, P. J., University of Queensland, Australia, p.j.mumby@uq.edu.au; Grech, A., Macquarie University, Australia, alana.grech@mq.ed; Ogawa, D., James Cook University, Australia, daisieo@gmail.com; Eakin, C. M., U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, mark.eakin@noaa.gov; Leggat, W., James Cook University, Australia, bill.leggat@jcu.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28221

THRIVING IN THE FACE OF NATURAL EXTREMES: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED AT OFU ISLAND, AMERICAN SAMOA, ABOUT THE FUTURE ADAPTABILITY OF CORALS?

Palumbi, S. R., Stanford University, USA, spalumbi@stanford.edu; Bay, R., Univ. British Columbia, Canada, rachaelbay@gmail.com; Morikawa, M., Stanford, USA, megan.morikawa@stanford.edu; Rose, N., Stanford Univ., USA, rose@stanford.edu; Ruiz-Jones, L., Stanford Univ., USA, gjrj@stanford.edu; Traylor-Knowles, N., Univ. Miami, USA, ntk1717@gmail.com; Thomas, L., Stanford Univ., USA, Luke.Thomas@uwa.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 30157

IMPROVING CORAL RESTORATION THROUGH PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF ACCLIMATION OR ADAPTATION TO LOCAL ENVIRONMENT: A COMMON GARDEN EXPERIMENT IN A NATURAL BLEACHING EVENT

Morikawa, M. K., Stanford University, USA, megan.morikawa@stanford.edu; Palumbi, S. R., Stanford University, USA, spalumbi@stanford.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 28559

THE TIMELINE OF THERMAL ACCLIMATIZATION IN AMERICAN SAMOAN CORALS: HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GAIN BLEACHING RESISTANCE?

Klepac, C. N., Old Dominion University, USA, cklep001@odu.edu; Barshis, D. J., Old Dominion University, USA, dbarshis@odu.edu;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 29582

DO SMALL SCALES MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE? UNRAVELING THE INFLUENCE OF RECENT THERMAL HISTORY ON CORAL BLEACHING SUSCEPTIBILITY AT DAILY AND WEEKLY TIME-SCALES

Hancock, H. A., Old Dominion University, USA, hhanc003@odu.edu; Barshis, D. J., Old Dominion University, USA, dbarshis@odu.edu;

07 - Biodiversity, biogeography and evolution of coral reef organisms

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 27821

CORAL REEF ECHIURANS: AN UNDERSTUDIED CRYPTIC FAUNA

Glynn, P. W., Department of Marine Biology and Ecology, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, USA, pglynn@rsmas.miami.edu; Biseswar, R., School of Life Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa, Biseswar@ukzn.ac.za; Mate, J., Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Balboa, Panama, MATEJ@si.edu;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 30071

SPONGE DIVERSITY ON CORAL REEFS: PHYLOGENETIC SIGNAL IN RESPONSES TO PROCESSES THAT DRIVE DIVERSITY PATTERNS

Wulff, J., Florida State University, USA, wulff@bio.fsu.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 28809

BRYODIVERSITY IN REEFAL ENVIRONMENTS - WHAT CAN WE EXPECT THE FUTURE TO HOLD?

Bock, P., Melbourne Museum, Australia, philbock1@gmail.com;

http://bryozoa.net/

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 29539

COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF CORAL-ASSOCIATED FAUNA ON REEFS IN THE CHAGOS ARCHIPELAGO, CENTRAL INDIAN OCEAN

Head, C. E., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, catherine.head@zoo.ox.ac.uk; Bonsall, M. B., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ; Koldewey, H., Zoological Society of London, United Kingdom, ; Pratchett, M. S., James Cook University, Australia, ; Speight, M., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ; Rogers, A. D., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ;

http://www.zoo.ox.ac.uk/group/oceans/people/CH.html

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 29330

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERNS IN BIODIVERSITY: A LOOK AT CRYPTIC CORAL REEF COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO

Counsell, C. W., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, counsell@hawaii.edu; Hixon, M. A., University of Hawai'i, USA, hixonm@hawaii.edu; Franklin, E. C., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, erik.franklin@hawaii.edu; Donahue, M. J., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, donahuem@hawaii.edu;

11 - Animal-algal symbioses: molecular, physiological and genetic interactions, processes and adaptations

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 29636

DO THE SHUFFLE: CHANGES IN SYMBIODINIUM CONSORTIA THROUGHOUT JUVENILE DEVELOPMENT

Reich, H. G., Clark University, USA, hreich@clarku.edu; Robertson, D. L., Clark University, USA, debrobertson@clarku.edu; Goodbody-Gringley, G., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, gretchen.ggringley@bios.edu;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28879

A RESEARCH FRAMEWORK FOR RESOLVING NICHE DIFFERENTIATION AND SPECIALISATION IN SYMBIODINIUM

Nitschke, M. R., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, matthew.nitschke@uts.edu.au; Suggett, D. J., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, david.suggett@uts.edu.au;

http://www.uts.edu.au/research-and-teaching/our-research/climate-change-cluster

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 29427

ECOLOGICAL SPECIALIZATION AND SPECIES DIVERSIFICATION OF SHALLOW WATER CORAL ENDOSYMBIONTS IN THE WESTERN ATLANTIC

Lewis, A. M., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, aml352@psu.edu; LaJeunesse, T. C., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, tlc3@psu.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 29521

GENETIC DIVERSITY OF THE SYMBIOTIC DINOFLAGELLATES (SYMBIODINIUM) ON THE CORAL PORITES PANAMENSIS IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL PACIFIC

Méndez-Mendez, S. M., Escuela de Biología, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, Guatemala, sofy.ofy@gmail.com; Paz-García, D. A., Laboratorio de Necton y Ecología de Arrecifes, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noreste., Mexico, david6biom@hotmail.com; García-De-León, F. J., Laboratorio de Genética de la Conservación, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noreste, Mexico, fgarciadl@cibnor.mx; Balart, E. F., Laboratorio de Necton y Ecología de Arrecifes, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noreste, Mexico, ebalart04@cibnor.mx;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28265

LONG-TERM VARIATION IN CORAL-ASSOCIATED MICROBIAL SYMBIONTS

Epstein, H., James Cook University, Australian Institute of Marine Science, ARC CoE for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, hannah.epstein@my.jcu.edu.au; van Oppen, M., Australian Institute of Marine Science, University of Melbourne, ARC CoE for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, ; Torda, G., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, ; Cantin, N., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, ; Munday, P., James Cook University, ARC CoE for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, ;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28556

INFLEXIBILITY OF THE MICROBIOME DRIVES HOLOBIONT BREAKDOWN DURING EXCESS NITROGEN AVAILABILITY

Rädecker, N., Red Sea Research Center, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology , Saudi Arabia, nils.radecker@kaust.edu.sa; Pogoreutz, C., Marine Ecology, Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, University of Bremen, Germany, claudia.pogoreutz@leibniz-zmt.de; Cardénas, A., Tropical Marine Microbiology Group, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Germany, anny.cardenas@leibniz-zmt.de; Gärdes, A., Tropical Marine Microbiology Group, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Germany, astrid.gaerdes@leibniz-zmt.de; Wild, C., Marine Ecology, Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, University of Bremen, Germany, christian.wild@uni-bremen.de; Voolstra, C. R., Red Sea Research Center, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology , Saudi Arabia, christian.voolstra@kaust.edu.sa;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 28862

THE EFFECTS OF A CHANGING MARINE ENVIRONMENT ON THE BIOERODING SPONGE CLIONA ORIENTALIS

Ramsby, B. D., James Cook University, Australia, blake.ramsby@my.jcu.edu.au; Hoogenboom, M. O., James Cook University, Australia, mia.hoogenboom1@jcu.edu.au; Whalan, S., Southern Cross University, Australia, stephen.whalan@scu.edu.au; Sheaves, M., James Cook University, Australia, marcus.sheaves@jcu.edu.au; Webster, N. S., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, N.Webster@aims.gov.au;

15 - Connectivity, recruitment and isolation among coral reef populations

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 27864

CONNECTIVITY OF THE SKUNK CLOWN FISH IN THE INDIAN OCEAN USING A COMBINATION OF MICROSATELLITE AND MITOCHONDRIAL GENETIC MARKERS

Huyghe, F., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, fhuyghe@vub.ac.be; Kochzius, M., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, Marc.Kochzius@vub.ac.be;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28691

POTENTIAL CHANGES IN CORAL DISPERSAL AND CONNECTIVITY IN THE EAST CHINA SEA UNDER FUTURE CLIMATE SCENARIOS

Takao, S., National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, takao.shintaro@nipr.ac.jp; Fujii, M., Hokkaido University, Japan, mfujii@ees.hokudai.ac.jp; Kuroda, H., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, kurocan@affrc.go.jp; Yamano, H., National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan, hyamano@nies.go.jp; Yamanaka, Y., Hokkaido University, Japan, galapen@ees.hokudai.ac.jp;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28263

NEARSHORE CURRENTS AND POPULATION CONNECTIVITY AROUND OKINAWAN FRINGING REEFS — A DRIFTER STUDY

Mitarai, S., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan, satoshi@oist.jp; Nakajima, Y., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan, ; Nakamura, M., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan, ;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 30018

LARVAL BIOLOGY OF THE CARIBBEAN OCTOCORAL ANTILLOGORGIA AMERICANA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR DISPERSAL

Coelho, M., University at Buffalo, USA, marcioan@buffalo.edu; Lasker, H., University at Buffalo, USA, hlasker@buffalo.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 29891

MACROPLANKTON, MICRONESIA, AND MESOSCALE MOVEMENT MODELS: QUANTIFYING LARVAL TRANSPORT PATHWAYS AROUND THE MARIANA ARCHIPELAGO

Poti, M. D., CSS-Dynamac at NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, USA, matthew.poti@noaa.gov; Kendall, M. S., NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, USA, matt.kendall@noaa.gov;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28586

CLONALITY AND LOCAL DISPERSAL: MAJOR COMPONENTS IN POPULATION MAINTENANCE OF FIRE CORALS IN MOOREA REEFS

Dubé, C. E., CRIOBE, French Polynesia, caroline.dube.qc@gmail.com; Boissin, E., CRIOBE, France, eboissin@gmail.com; Planes, S., CRIOBE, France, planes@univ-perp.fr;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28426

GENETIC DIVERSITY RELATED TO HABITAT IN THE REEF BUILDING CORAL ACROPORA PALMATA

GOMEZ CAMPO, K. J., Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, kellygomezcampo@gmail.com; BANASZAK, A. T., Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, banaszak@cmarl.unam.mx; BAUMS, I. B., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, baums@psu.edu;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 317 A/B | Abstract ID 28042

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF RECRUITMENT AND REPRODUCTION, AND STOCK-RECRUITMENT RELATIONSHIP OF CRUSTOSE CORALLINE ALGAE ON HERON ISLAND- GBR

Ordonez, A., Griffith School of Environment and Australian Rivers Institute, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, Australia, a.ordonezalvarez@griffith.edu.au; Diaz-Pulido, G., Griffith School of Environment and Australian Rivers Institute, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, Australia, g.diaz-pulido@griffith.edu.au;

17 - Coral reef ecosystem dynamics: instabilities, invasions, transitions and reorganization

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 29089

CARIBBEAN OCTOCORAL COMMUNITY DYNAMICS: REGIME CHANGE, STABLE STATES OR JUST THE LAST COLONY LEFT STANDING?

Lasker, H. R., University at Buffalo, USA, hlasker@buffalo.edu; Edmunds, P. J., California State University Northridge, USA, peter.edmunds@csun.edu; Bramanti, L., L'Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls-sur-Mer, France, philebo@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 29931

HOW MORTALITY PATTERNS INFLUENCE THE COMPOSITION OF SCLERACTINIAN CORAL COMMUNITIES

Eynaud, Y., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, yeynaud@ucsd.edu; Williams, G. J., Bangor university, United Kingdom, g.j.williams@bangor.ac.uk; McNamara, D. E., University of North Carolina, Wilmington, USA, mcnamarad@uncw.edu; Sandin, S. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, ssandin@ucsd.edu;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28782

SIGNIFICANT INCREASE OF ALCYONACEANS IN VILANGUCHALLI PATCH REEF, GULF OF MANNAR, INDIA

RAJESH, S., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, rajesh_sthevan2007@yahoo.co.in; MATHEWS, G., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, mathews.gilbert@gmail.com; DIRAVIYA RAJ, K., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, diraviyam_raj@yahoo.co.in; DINESH KUMAR, P., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, dinumicro90@gmail.com; SELVA BHARATH, M., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, selva0424@gmail.com; PATTERSON EDWARD, J. K., SUGANTHI DAVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, edwardjkpatterson@yahoo.co.in;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 27915

SIMULATED OVERFISHING PROMOTES RAPID SPREADING OF ASCIDIANS IN AN UPWELLING-INFLUENCED CORAL REEF AT THE PACIFIC COAST OF COSTA RICA

Roth, F., Red Sea Research Center (RSRC), Saudi Arabia, florian.roth@kaust.edu.sa; Stuhldreier, I., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Germany, ines.stuhldreier@leibniz-zmt.de; Sánchez-Noguera, C., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Germany, celeste.sanchez-noguera@leibniz-zmt.de; Morales-Ramírez, A., Centro de Investigación en Ciencias del Mar y Limnología (CIMAR), Costa Rica, alvaro.morales@ucr.ac.cr; Wild, C., Bremen University, Germany, christian.wild@uni-bremen.de;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 28198

AGGRESSIVE ASCIDIAN DIDEMNUM SP. OVERGROWS BENTHIC COMMUNITIES ON PROTECTED CORAL REEFS IN THE WAKATOBI MARINE NATIONAL PARK IN SOUTHEAST SULAWESI, INDONESIA

Roth, S. K., ITZ Ecology and Evolution, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany, sabrina.roth@uni-bremen.de; Powell, A., Institut Français de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer, France, abi.powell@gmail.com; Smith, D. J., Ecology and Biogeochemistry, University of Essex, United Kingdom, djsmitc@essex.ac.uk; Roth, F., Red Sea Research Center (RSRC) , Saudi Arabia, florian.roth@kaust.edu.sa; Schierwater, B., ITZ Ecology and Evolution, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany, bernd.schierwater@ecolevol.de;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 29817

COMPETITION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES ON CHANGING CARIBBEAN CORAL REEFS

Ladd, M. C., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, marklcadd@gmail.com; Shantz, A. A., Florida International University, USA, shantz.a@gmail.com; Burkepile, D. E., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, deron.burkepile@lifesci.ucsb.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 27861

PREDICTING REEF FUTURES VIA BIOPHYSICAL CHARACTERS OF HOLOBIONTS AND INTERACTION ZONES

Rohwer, F., San Diego State University, USA, frohwer@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 29676

HITCHHIKING IN THE SEA: EVIDENCE OF VECTORS TRANSPORTING THE INVASIVE CORAL SPECIES TUBASTRAEA COCCINEA AND T. TAGUSENSIS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN ATLANTIC OCEAN

Capel, K. C., Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, katiacapel7@gmail.com;

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

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29613

ASSESSMENT OF DATA-POOR CORAL REEF FISH POPULATIONS USING LIFE HISTORY PARAMETERS OBTAINED THROUGH A STEPWISE MONTE CARLO SIMULATION APPROACH

Nadon, M. O., NOAA - JIMAR, USA, marc.nadon@noaa.gov; Ault, J. S., University of Miami, USA, jault@rsmas.miami.edu;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 28025

RESTRICTED GROUPER REPRODUCTIVE MIGRATIONS SUPPORT COMMUNITY-BASED MANAGEMENT

Waldie, P. A., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Australia, peter.waldie@gmail.com; Almany, G. R., CNRS-EPHE-UPVD and Laboratoire d’Excellence “CORAIL”, France, ; Sinclair-Taylor, T. H., Red Sea Research Center, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ; Hamilton, R. J., The Nature Conservancy, Australia, ; Potuku, T., The Nature Conservancy, Papua New Guinea, ; Priest, M. A., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, University of Queensland, Australia, ; Rhodes, K. L., MarAlliance, Belize, ; Robinson, J., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Australia, ; Cinner, J. E., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Australia, ; Berumen, M. L., Red Sea Research Center, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ;

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Waldie

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 27810

COMPARATIVE REPRODUCTION AND GROWTH OF THE PARROTFISHES OF HAWAII: INPUT FOR MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS AND STOCK ASSESSMENT

DeMartini, E. E., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii, USA, dabigwrasse@aol.com; Howard, K. G., Alaska Department of Fish and Game, USA, Kathrine.Howard@alaska.gov;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29604

SIZE-SELECTIVE FISHING OF CORAL REEF FISH COMMUNITIES

Robinson, J. P., University of Victoria, Canada, jamespwr@uvic.ca;

https://jpwrobinson.wordpress.com/

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29930

WORKING WITH FISHERS TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF EXPERIMENTAL REMOVAL OF INTRODUCED ROI (CEPHALOPHOLIS ARGUS) ON REEF FISH POPULATIONS IN WEST HAWAI‘I

Wiggins, C., The Nature Conservancy, USA, cwiggins@tnc.org; Giddens, J., Hawaii Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, USA, jonatha@hawaii.edu; Friedlander, A., Hawaii Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, USA, friedlan@hawaii.edu; Conklin, E., The Nature Conservancy, USA, econklin@tnc.org; Stamoulis, K., Hawaii Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, USA, kostanti@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29269

TAGGING BONEFISH IN HAWAII: EMPOWERING ANGLERS IN SCIENCE

Kamikawa, K. T., Fisheries Ecology Research Lab, USA, ktk808@hawaii.edu; Friedlander, A., Fisheries Ecology Research Lab, USA, friedlan@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 310 THEATER | Abstract ID 29583

FISH-DERIVED NUTRIENT HOTSPOTS SHAPE CORAL REEF BENTHIC COMMUNITIES

Shantz, A. A., Florida International University, USA, shantz.a@gmail.com; Ladd, M. C., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, ; Schrack, E., Duke University, USA, ; Burkepile, D. E., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, ;

29 - Mesophotic and Deep-Sea Coral Ecosystems: A Tribute to the Pioneering Efforts of Dr. John Rooney

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28308

USE OF MESOPHOTIC CORAL ECOSYSTEMS BY INVASIVE WESTERN ATLANTIC LIONFISH

Andradi-Brown, D. A., Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, dominic.andradi-brown@zoo.ox.ac.uk; Hendrix, A., Operation Wallacea, United Kingdom, hendrixaliciamarie@gmail.com; Grey, R., College of Charleston, USA, rachel.grey4@gmail.com; Rogers, A. D., Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, alex.rogers@zoo.ox.ac.uk; Exton, D., Operation Wallacea, United Kingdom, dan.exton@opwall.com;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28391

ECOLOGICAL DRIVERS OF LIONFISH AGGREGATIONS ON MESOPHOTIC REEFS IN BERMUDA

Goodbody-Gringley, G., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, gretchen.ggringley@bios.edu; Chequer, A., Ocean Support Foundation, Bermuda, alex.chequer@gmail.com; Eddy, C., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, coreyeddy1@gmail.com; Pitt, J., Bermuda Department of Environmental Protection, Bermuda, jpitt@gov.bm; Smith, S., Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo, Bermuda, srsmith@gov.bm;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29665

DEEP ON THE CHEAP: ACCESSIBLE AND COST-EFFECTIVE METHODS FOR QUANTITATIVELY SURVEYING MESOPHOTIC CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS

Brandtneris, V. W., University of the Virgin Islands, USA, vwbrandt@gmail.com; Groves, S. H., University of the Virgin Islands, USA, sarahhgroves@gmail.com; Holstein, D. M., University of the Virgin Islands, USA, daniel.holstein@uvi.edu; Brandt, M. E., University of the Virgin Islands, USA, mbrandt@uvi.edu; Smith, T. B., University of the Virgin Islands, USA, tsmith@uvi.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28858

MESOPHOTIC CORAL REEF FISH COMMUNITIES IN THE CENTER OF MARINE BIODIVERSITY

Pinheiro, H. T., California Academy of Sciences, USA, htpinheiro@gmail.com; Shepherd, B., California Academy of Sciences, USA, BShepherd@calacademy.org; Greene, B., Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, USA, bgreene@hawaii.edu; Jessup, E., California Academy of Sciences, USA, elliottjessup@gmail.com; Rocha, L. A., California Academy of Sciences, USA, lrocha@calacademy.org;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 29070

THERMAL-STRESS REFUGIA FOR CORALS: OBSERVATIONS IN MESOPHOTIC COMMUNITIES OF APO REEF, PHILIPPINES

Cabaitan, P. C., University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute, Philippines, pcabaitan@gmail.com; Cabactulan, D. C., University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute, Philippines, djcabactulan@gmail.com; Olavides, R. D., University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute, Philippines, olavides.ronald@gmail.com; Siringan, F. P., University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute, Philippines, ando.msi@gmail.com; Villanueva, R. D., University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute, Philippines, villanuevr@yahoo.com; Da-anoy, J. P., University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute, Philippines, jpd05230821@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 308 A/B | Abstract ID 28630

UNUSUAL FEATURES OF A MESOPHOTIC HARD CORAL ASSEMBLAGE IN A LAGOON ENVIRONMENT DOMINATED BY HEAVY TERRIGENOUS SEDIMENTATION: THE BANC GAIL (SW NEW CALEDONIA).

JOANNOT, P., Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, , France, joannot@mnhn.fr; PICHON, M., Museum of Tropical Queensland Townsville, Australia, michel.pichon@bigpond.com; THOMASSIN, B. A., Museum of Natural History of the city of Nice , France, ba.thomassin@laposte.net;

32 - Ocean acidification: Measuring and scaling impacts across multiple scales

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 30053

A DIFFERENT KIND OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND ANOTHER REFUGIUM FOR PH-TOLERANT ORGANISMS

Potts, D. C., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, potts@ucsc.edu; Cooper, H., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, hobrien@ucsc.edu; Crook, E. D., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, elizabeth.derse@gmail.com; Martínez Fernández, A., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, amarti43@ucsc.edu; Barshis, D. J., Old Dominion University, USA, dbarshis@odu.edu; Rebolledo-Vieyra, M., CICY, Unidad de Ciencias del Agua, Mexico, marior@cicy.mx; Hernández Terrones, L. M., CICY, Unidad de Ciencias del Agua, Mexico, laurah@cicy.mx; Paytan, A., University California, Santa Cruz, USA, apaytan@ucsc.edu;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 29700

USING BIO-OPTICAL MODELS OF CORAL CALCIFICATION TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL CHANGE

GALINDO-MARTÍNEZ, C. T., POSGRADO DE CIENCIAS DEL MAR Y LIMNOLOGÍA, UNAM, Mexico, ctgalim@gmail.com; ENRÍQUEZ, S., INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS DEL MAR Y LIMNOLOGÍA, UNAM, Mexico, enriquez@cmarl.una.mx; CARRICART-GANIVET, J. P., INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS DEL MAR Y LIMNOLOGÍA, UNAM, Mexico, carricart@cmarl.unam.mx; IGLESIAS-PRIETO, R., INSTITUTO DE CIENCIAS DEL MAR Y LIMNOLOGÍA, UNAM, Mexico, iglesias@cmarl.unam.mx;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 28010

OCEAN ACIDIFICATION CAUSES STRUCTURAL DEFORMITIES IN JUVENILE CORAL SKELETONS

Foster, T., University of Western Australia, Australia, taryn.foster@research.uwa.edu.au; Falter, J. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, jim.falter@uwa.edu.au; McCulloch, M. T., University of Western Australia, Australia, malcolm.mcculloch@uwa.edu.au; Clode, P. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, peta.clode@uwa.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 28421

QUANTIFYING THE EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON THE RECOVERY OF CORAL COMMUNITIES

Evensen, N. R., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, The University of Queensland, Australia, n.evensen@uq.edu.au; Bozec, Y. M., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, The University of Queensland, Australia, y.bozec@uq.edu.au; Edmunds, P. J., California State University, Northridge, USA, peter.edmunds@csun.edu; Mumby, P. J., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, The University of Queensland, Australia, p.j.mumby@uq.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 29282

REEF-SCALE MODEL SYSTEM FOR EVALUATING AND PREDICTING CORAL RESPONSES TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND SEA-LEVEL RISE

Nakamura, T., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, nakamura.t.av@m.titech.ac.jp; Nadaoka, K., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, nadaoka@mei.titech.ac.jp; Watanabe, A., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, watanabe.a.ah@m.titech.ac.jp; Yamamoto, T., Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait, gw15r9win@gmail.com;

http://www.nakamulab.mei.titech.ac.jp/

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 29104

THE EXPOSURE OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Mongin, M., CSIRO, Australia, mathieu.mongin@csiro.au; Baird, M., CSIRO, Australia, mark.baird@csiro.au; Tilbrook, B., CSIRO, Australia, Bronte.Tilbrook@csiro.au; Matear, R. J., CSIRO, Australia, richard.matear@csiro.au; Lenton, A., CSIRO, Australia, andrew.lenton@csiro.au; Herzfeld, M., , Australia, mike.Herzfeld@csiro.au; Wild-Allen, K. A., CSIRO, Australia, Karen.Wild-Allen@csiro.au; Skerratt, J., csiro, Australia, jenny.Skerratt@csiro.au; Margvelashvili, N., CSIRO, Australia, Nugzar.Margvelashvili@csiro.au; Robson, B., CSIRO, Australia, barbara.Robson@csiro.au; Duarte, C., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, carlos.duarte@kaust.edu.sa; Gustafsson, M., Faculty of Science, University of Technology Sydney, Australia, malin.gustafsson@ivl.se; Ralph, P. J., Faculty of Science, University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Peter.Ralph@uts.edu.au; Steven, A., CSIRO, Australia, Andy.Steven@csiro.au;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 29562

OBSERVING PROCESS IN THE CARBONATE SYSTEM OF PACIFIC REEFS: NATIONAL CORAL REEF MONITORING PROGRAM IN THE PACIFIC

Oliver, T. A., NOAA PIFSC - Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, thomas.oliver@noaa.gov; Young, C. W., NOAA PIFSC - Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, charles.young@noaa.gov; Misa, P., NOAA PIFSC - Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, paula.misa@noaa.gov; Clark, J. S., NOAA PIFSC - Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, Jeanette.Clark@noaa.gov; Pomeroy, N. V., NOAA PIFSC - Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, noah.pomeroy@noaa.gov; Vargas-Angel, B., NOAA PIFSC - Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, bernardo.vargasangel@noaa.gov; Brainard, R. E., NOAA PIFSC - Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, rusty.brainard@noaa.gov;

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

36 - Assessing and addressing the effects of multiple stressors on coral reefs towards developing effective management and policy responses

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 27996

COMBINED RESPONSES OF THE CORAL MICROBIOME AND CORAL PHYSIOLOGY TO ELEVATED TEMPERATURE AND PCO2

Grottoli, A. G., The Ohio State University, USA, grottoli.1@osu.edu; Martins, P. D., The Ohio State University, USA, dalcinmartins.1@buckeyemail.osu.edu; Wilkins, M. J., The Ohio State University, USA, wilkins.231@osu.edu; Johnston, M. D., The Ohio State University, USA, ; Warner, M. E., University of Delaware, USA, mwarner@udel.edu; Cai, W. J., University of Delaware, USA, wcai@udel.edu; Melman, T. F., Reey Systems Coral Farm, USA, reefsystems@sbcglobal.net; Hoadley, K. D., University of Delaware, , khoadley@udel.edu; Pettay, D. T., University of Delaware, USA, tpettay@udel.edu; Schoepf, V., The Ohio State University, USA, verena.schoepf@uwa.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28119

INSIGHTS INTO THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND/OR ACIDIFICATION ON CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS

Dove, S. G., University of Queensland, Australia, Sophie@uq.edu.au; Van Den Heuvel, A., University of Queensland, Australia, a.vandenheuvel@uq.edu.au; Hoegh-Guldberg, O., University of Queensland, Australia, oveh@uq.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28422

USING REGRESSION-BASED EFFECT SIZE META-ANALYSIS TO INVESTIGATE CORAL RESPONSES TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Kornder, N. A., Nova Southeastern University, USA, nk337@nova.edu; Figueiredo, J., Nova Southeastern University, USA, jfigueiredo@nova.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 28783

THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN TEMPERATURE AND PCO2 ON PRODUCTION OF DIMETHYLSULPHONIOPROPIONATE IN MASSIVE PORITES CORAL SPECIES.

Green, T. K., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, tkg2@st-andrews.ac.uk; Cole, C., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, csc5@st-andrews.ac.uk; Allison, N., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, na9@st-andrews.ac.uk; Burdett, H. L., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, hb57@st-andrews.ac.uk; Finch, A., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, aaf1@st-andrews.ac.uk;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 29624

RECOVERY OF MONTIPORA CAPITATA AND PORITES COMPRESSA FROM BLEACHING UNDER OCEAN ACIDIFICATION CONDITIONS

Dobson, K. L., The Ohio State University, USA, dobson.77@osu.edu; Grottoli, A. G., The Ohio State University, USA, grottoli.1@osu.edu; Jury, C., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, jurycp@hawaii.edu; Newell, M., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, mlnewell@hawaii.edu; Marko, P., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, pmarko@hawaii.edu; Kadri, A., The Ohio State University, USA, kadri.6@buckeyemail.osu.edu; Snyder, K., The Ohio State University, USA, snyder.1189@buckeyemail.osu.edu; McLachlan, R., The Ohio State University, USA, mclachlan.8@osu.edu; Toonen, R. J., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, toonen@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 27925

DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF CO2 AND WARMING ON PREDATOR-PREY INTERACTIONS IN CORAL REEF FISH

ALLAN, B. J., James Cook University, Australia, bridie.allan@my.jcu.edu.au; Domenici, P., CNR-IAMC Istituto per l’Ambiente Marino Costiero, Italy, paolo.domenici@cnr.it; Watson, S. A., James Cook University, Australia, sueann.watson@jcu.edu.au; Munday, P. L., James Cook University, Australia, philip.munday@jcu.edu.au; McCormick, M. I., James Cook University, Australia, mark.mccormick@jcu.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 27944

INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE VARIATIONS ON CORAL REEF (CHUUK ATOLL) ACIDIFICATION IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC OCEAN

Lee, K., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktl@postech.ac.kr; Ko, Y., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, sldla@postech.ac.kr; Noh, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jhnoh@kiost.ac; Lee, C. M., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, cmlee@kordi.re.kr; Kleypas, J., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, kleypas@ucar.edu;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 306 A/B | Abstract ID 27993

RESHUFFLING OF GLOBAL MARINE BIODIVERSITY UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE

Halpern, B. S., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, halpern@bren.ucsb.edu; Garcia Molinos, J., National Institute for Environmental Sciences, Japan, garciamj@tcd.ie; Schoeman, D. S., University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia, dschoema@usc.edu.au; Brown, C. J., Griffith University, Australia, chris.brown@griffith.edu.au; Kiessling, W., Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany, Wolfgang.Kiessling@mfn-berlin.de; Moore, P. J., Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom, pim2@aber.ac.uk; Pandolfi, J. M., University of Queensland, Australia, j.pandolfi@uq.edu.au; Poloczanska, E. S., CSIRO, Australia, Elvira.Poloczanska@csiro.au; Richardson, A. J., CSIRO, Australia, Anthony.Richardson@csiro.au; burrows, M., Scottish Association of Marine Science, United Kingdom, Michael.Burrows@sams.ac.uk;

42A - Propagation and active reef restoration – techniques and considerations for the production of corals and propagules and transplantation onto degraded reefs

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29566

LARGE-SCALE CORAL REEF RESTORATION IN SEYCHELLES ADAPTED TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Frias-Torres, S., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, sfriastorres@gmail.com; Montoya-Maya, P. H., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, phmontoya@gmail.com; Reveret, C., CREOCEAN, France, claudereve@yahoo.fr; Shah, N. J., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, nirmalshah@natureseychelles.org;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29441

CORAL GARDENING AS A MPA MANAGEMENT TOOL: A SUCCESS STORY IN THE REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES

Montoya-Maya, P. H., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, phanor@phmontoyamaya.com; Reveret, C., CREOCEAN, France, reveret@creocean.fr; Frias-Torres, S., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, sfriastorres@gmail.com; Henri, K., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, projects@natureseychelles.org; Shah, N. J., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, nirmalshah@natureseychelles.org;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29857

IMPROVING RESILIENCE THROUGH CORAL RESTORATION IN NO TAKE AREAS

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

http://www.oceanus.org.mx

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29335

REEFOLUTION – A NEW CORAL REEF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN KENYA

Osinga, R., Wageningen University, Netherlands, ronald.osinga@wur.nl; Murk, A. J., Wageningen University, Netherlands, tinka.murk@wur.nl; Marijt, M., Wageningen University, Netherlands, michelle.marijt@wur.nl; Knoester, E., Wageningen University, Netherlands, ewout.knoester@wur.nl; Lutjeboer, H., Pilli Pipa Dhow Safari's, Kenya, h.s.lutjeboer@gmail.com; Stokman, E., REEFolution Foundation, Netherlands, info@reefolution.org;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 301 B | Abstract ID 27801

CORAL REHABILITATION IN SOUTH SULAWESI: HIGH CORAL GROWTH ON SIMPLE MODULAR STRUCTURES

Williams, S. L., Bodega Marine Lab, University of California-Davis, USA, slwilliams@ucdavis.edu; Janetski, N., Mars Symbioscience, Indonesia, noel.janetski@gmail.com; Rapi, S., Mars Symbioscience, Indonesia, Saipul.Rapi@effem.com; Sur, C., Bodega Marine Lab, University of California-Davis, USA, christinesur@gmail.com; Barron, L., Mars Symbioscience & James Cook University, Indonesia, luke.barron@my.jcu.edu.au ; Yusuf, A. M., Mars Symbioscience, Indonesia, a.muh.yusuf@gmail.com; Jompa, J., Hasanuddin University, Indonesia, jjompa@indosat.net.id; Mars, F., Mars Symbioscience, USA, Frank.Mars@mss.effem.com;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29989

MITIGATING THE LOSS OF STAGHORN ACROPORA FROM BLEACHING MORTALITY, USING RESILIENT POPULATIONS

Burns, N. M., University of Guam Marine Laboratory, Guam, nicoleburns13@gmail.com; Raymundo, L. J., University of Guam Marine Laboratory, Guam, ljraymundo@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 301 B | Abstract ID 28713

REEFGUARD: AN INDUSTRY LED APPROACH TO ASSISTED REEF REHABILITATION WITH ‘LAB’-CULTURED JUVENILE CORALS OBTAINED FROM NATURAL CORAL SPAWNING EVENTS

van Koningsveld, M., Van Oord, Netherlands, mark.vankoningsveld@vanoord.com; Smolders, T., Van Oord, Netherlands, tijmen.smolders@vanoord.com; Elzinga, J., Van Oord, Netherlands, jesper.elzinga@vanoord.com; ter Hofstede, R., Van Oord, Netherlands, remment.terhofstede@vanoord.com; Tebben, J., University of new South Wales, Australia, tjan@uni-bremen.de; Osinga, R., Wageningen University, Netherlands, Ronald.Osinga@wur.nl;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 301 B | Abstract ID 29682

CORAL RESTORATION, PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES

Vaughan, D. E., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, DVaughan@mote.org;

51 - Remote sensing of coral reefs: Transitioning from developmental to operational

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 28396

ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF REMOTELY SENSED CORAL REEF REFLECTANCE WITHIN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS AND PAPAHĀNAUMOKUĀKEA MARINE NATIONAL MONUMENT

Freeman, L. A., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, laurenava@gmail.com; Ackleson, S. G., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, steve.ackleson@nrl.navy.mil; Moses, W. J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, wesley.moses@nrl.navy.mil;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 29372

MONITORING AND SPATIAL-TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF CORAL REEF BASED ON MULTI-DATA

Li, M., South China Sea Institute of Planning and Environmental Research,SOA, China, lmj_21@163.com; Lou, Q., South China Sea Environmental Monitoring Center,SOA, China, ; Chen, Q., South China Sea Institute of Planning and Environmental Research,SOA, China, ; Xie, J., South China Sea Institute of Planning and Environmental Research,SOA, China, ;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 29145

FROM MESOCOSM EXPERIMENTS TO SATELLITES: IMPLEMENTING THE LIGHT STRESS DAMAGE PRODUCT SUITE FOR TRACKING CORAL PHOTOSYSTEM HEALTH.

Skirving, W. J., Coral Reef Watch-ReefSense, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, Townsville, QLD ; Global Science & Technology, Inc. , Australia, william.skirving@noaa.gov; Burgess, T. F., School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Queensland, Australia, timburgess@mac.com; Liu, G., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD;Global Science & Technology Inc., Greenbelt, MD, USA, gang.liu@noaa.gov; De La Cour, J. L., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD;Global Science & Technology Inc., Greenbelt, MD, USA, jacqueline.shapo@noaa.gov ; Enríquez, S., Unidad Académica de Sistemas Arrecifales, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, susana.enriquezdominguez@gmail.com; King, H. M., Coral Reef Watch-ReefSense, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, Townsville, QLD, Australia, holly.king@my.jcu.edu.au; Gomez, A. M., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR; Ecosystem Science Lab and NOAA-CREST, City College of New York, USA, andrea.gomez@noaa.gov; Strong, A. E., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD;Global Science & Technology Inc., Greenbelt, MD, Australia, alan.e.strong@noaa.gov; Dove, S., School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD, Australia, sophie@uq.edu.au; Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Global Change Institute, University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD, Australia, oveh@uq.edu.au; Eakin, C. M., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD, USA, mark.eakin@noaa.gov; Heron, S. F., Coral Reef Watch-ReefSense, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, Townsville, QLD ; Global Science & Technology, Inc. , Australia, scott.heron@noaa.gov; Geiger, E. F., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD;Global Science & Technology Inc., Greenbelt, MD, USA, erick.geiger@noaa.gov; Tirak, K. V., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD;Global Science & Technology Inc., Greenbelt, MD, USA, kyle.tirak@noaa.gov; Iglesias-Prieto, R., Unidad Académica de Sistemas Arrecifales, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, iglesiasprieto@gmail.com ;

http://coralreefwatch.noaa.gov

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 27889

LOCAL BLEACHING THRESHOLDS ESTABLISHED BY REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUES VARY AMONG REEFS WITH DEVIATING BLEACHING PATTERNS

Sheail, D. A., The Coral Reef Laboratory, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, seagrasswork@gmail.com; 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@soton.ac.uk; Amos, C., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, carl.amos@noc.soton.ac.uk;

http://noc.ac.uk/corals

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 27845

A NEW IMAGE CLASSIFICATION APPROACH FOR MAPPING CORAL DENSITY IN KUWAIT USING HIGH RESOLUTION SATELLITE IMAGES

Gholoum, M. M., The Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET), Kuwait, greenpeacekuwait@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 28117

SPATIO-TEMPORAL CHANGES OF THE REEF COMPLEX OF PROVIDENCE ISLAND, COLOMBIAN CARIBBEAN: AN ASSESSMENT FROM THE SEASCAPE PERSPECTIVE

Bernal-Sotelo, J. K., Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica, jkatherinebs@gmail.com; Cortés, J., CIMAR - Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica, jorge.cortes@ucr.ac.cr; Acosta, A., Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia, laacosta@javeriana.edu.co; Benavides, C., Cimar - Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica, tabebuiaguayacan@gmail.com ;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 29054

A DECADE OF CORAL REEF BENTHIC COMMUNITY DYNAMICS FROM HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION SATELLITE IMAGERY AND FIELD SURVEY DATA

Kovacs, E. M., The University of Queensland, Australia, e.kovacs@uq.edu.au; Roelfsema, C., The University of Queensland, Australia, c.roelfsema@uq.edu.au; Phinn, S. R., The University of Queensland, Australia, s.phinn@uq.edu.au; Lyons, M., The University of New South Wales, Australia, mitchell.lyons@unsw.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 28583

CHANGE DETECTION IN A CORAL REEF ENVIRONMENT IN THE ARABIAN GULF USING MULTISPECTRAL REMOTE SENSING

Ben-Romdhane, H., Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates, hben@masdar.ac.ae; Ahmed, M. A., United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates, b47r@hotmail.com; Marpu, P. R., Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates, pmarpu@masdar.ac.ae; Ouarda, T., Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates, touarda@masdar.ac.ae; Sanchez, S., Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates, smartinez@masdar.ac.ae; Ghedira, H., Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates, hghedira@masdar.ac.ae;

64 - Social science applications to coral reef management: Human and social dimensions and the link to reef health and ecological change

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29546

SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN RESOURCE CONSERVATION: GEOSPATIAL PRIORITIZATION FOR SUBSISTENCE FISHERY MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHEAST BRAZIL

Goodell, W., Laboratório de Ecologia e Conservação de Ambientes Recifais, Brazil, whitneygoodell@gmail.com; Ferreira, C. E., Laboratório de Ecologia e Conservação de Ambientes Recifais, Brazil, carlosferreira@id.uff.br;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29506

COMMUNITY-BASED RESILIENCE AND ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE: USING PLA TOOLS TO FACILITATE VILLAGE CLIMATE RESILIENCY IN AMERICAN SAMOA

Sauafea-Le'au, F., NOAA Fisheries PIRO, American Samoa, fatima.sauafea-leau@noaa.gov; Levine, A., NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program, USA, arielle.levine@noaa.gov;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 28574

THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC INFORMATION FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF PROTECTED AREAS IN SIX STATES IN PALAU

Koshiba, S. D., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, sdkoshiba@picrc.org; McNamara, K. E., University of Queensland, Australia, karen.mcnamara@uq.edu.au; Otto, E. I., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, eiotto@picrc.org; Gouezo, M., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, mgouezo@picrc.org; Golbuu, Y., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, ygolbuu@picrc.org;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 28110

APPLYING SOCIAL SCIENCE TO UNDERSTAND THE WELL-BEING OF REEF-DEPENDENT COMMUNITIES IN MICRONESIA

Wongbusarakum, S., University of Hawaii and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, supin.wongbusarakum@noaa.gov; Heenan, A., University of Hawaii and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, adel.heenan@noaa.gov; Leberer, T., The Nature Conservancy, Guam, tleberer@TNC.ORG; Brown, V., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Guam, val.brown@noaa.gov; Quinata, M., The Baldwin Group with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Guam, marybelle.quinata@noaa.gov; Nevitt, B., Micronesia Islands Nature Alliance, Northern Mariana Isles, brookenevitt.mina@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 27986

USING SOCMON TO ADDRESS SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT IN THE GULF OF MANNAR (GOM) AND PALKBAY: MARINE ECOSYSTEMS SHARED BY INDIA AND SRILANKA

Hoon, V., Centre for Action Research on Environment Science and Society, India, vineetahoon@gmail.com; Marirajan, T., Madurai Kamraj University, India, ;

http://caress.org.in

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 29489

THE APPLICATION OF SOCIOECONOMIC MONITORING (SOCMON) METHODOLOGY IN ASSESSING BETWEEN TWO TIME PERIODS BINDUYAN MARINE PROTECTED AREA IN PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES

Pido, M. D., Palawan State University, Philippines, mpido@psu.palawan.edu.ph; Pontillas, M. S., Palawan State University, Philippines, marissa_pontillas@yahoo.com; Ponce de Leon, E. D., Palawan State University, Philippines, emcponcedeleon@yahoo.com;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 305 A/B | Abstract ID 27955

SOCMON CARIBBEAN AND COMPREHENSIVE INTEGRATED MONITORING

Pena, M. A., CERMES, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, Barbados, maria.pena@cavehill.uwi.edu;

72 - Marine resource sustainability, conservation and management in the Coral Triangle & Southeast Asia

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29161

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN MARINE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF THE PROPOSED TUN MUSTAPHA PARK, SABAH

Jomitol, J., WWF-Malaysia, Malaysia, jjomitol@wwf.org.my; Payne, A., WWF-Malaysia, Malaysia, apayne@wwf.org.my; Bural, M., Banggi Youth Club, Malaysia, mohdomarbural@gmail.com; Sakirun, S., WWF-Malaysia, Malaysia, sharmalin89@gmail.com; Ramlee, S., WWF-Malaysia, Malaysia, sramlee@wwf.org.my; Jumin, R., WWF-Malaysia, Malaysia, rjumin@wwf.org.my;

06/22/2016 | 16:30 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29280

THE IMPORTANCE OF HABITAT CONNECTIVITY AND PROTECTION ON NURSERY REEF FISHES IN THE PHILIPPINES

Jacinto, M. R., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Philippines, mrjacinto@up.edu.ph; Mamauag, S. S., Marine Environment and Resources Foundation, Inc., Philippines, samuel.mamauag@gmail.com; Lalas, J. A., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Philippines, juelalas@gmail.com; Deocadez, M. R., Marine Environment and Resources Foundation, Inc., Philippines, mrdeocadez@gmail.com; Martinez, R. S., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Philippines, renmar.martinez@gmail.com; Cabaitan, P. C., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Philippines, pcabaitan@gmail.com; Muallil, R. N., Mindanao State University- Tawi-tawi College of Technology and Oceanography, Bongao Tawi-tawi, Philippines, rnmuallil@gmail.com; Cabral, R. B., Sustainable Fisheries Group, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management and Marine Science , USA, reniel.cabral2013@gmail.com; Aliño, P. M., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Philippines, alinoperry018@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29276

RECOGNIZING BEST PRACTICES IN MPA AND MPA NETWORK MANAGEMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES: THE PARA EL MAR (MPA AWARDS AND RECOGNITION)

De Jesus, D. O., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines, dodejesus@msi.upd.edu.ph; Abrina, T. S., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines, taraabrina@gmail.com; Arceo, H. O., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines, hoarceo@gmail.com; Aliño, P. M., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines, alinoperry018@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29973

DEGRADATION OF INDONESIAN CORAL REEFS: SCIENTIFIC AND MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES AND SOME SOLUTIONS…

Jompa, J., Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia, jamaluddin.jompa@gmail.com; Arifin, Z., LIPI- Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Indonesia, arifinz2010@gmail.com; Harvell, D., Cornell University, USA, cdh5@cornell.edu; Nessa, N., Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia, m.natsirnessa@yahoo.co.id; Mongdong, M., Conservation International, Indonesia, mmongdong@conservation.org; McCook, L., Chinese Academy of Sciences Sth China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, Laurence.McCook@jcu.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 29287

EFFECT OF MANGROVE FOREST DISTANCE AND FISHING ON THE ASSEMBLAGE OF TARGETED NURSERY REEF FISHES

Lalas, J. A., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines- Diliman, Philippines, juelalas@gmail.com; Mamauag, S. S., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines- Diliman, Philippines, samuel.mamauag@gmail.com ; Jacinto, M. R., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines- Diliman, Philippines, mrjacinto@up.edu.ph ; Cabral, R. B., National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines- Diliman, Philippines, reniel.cabral2013@gmail.com ; Deocadez, M. R., Marine Environment and Resources Foundation, Inc., Philippines, mrdeocadez@gmail.com ; Martinez, R. S., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines- Diliman, Philippines, renmar.martinez@gmail.com ; Muallil, R. N., Mindanao State University- Tawi-tawi, Philippines, rnmuallil@gmail.com ; Alino, P. M., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines- Diliman, Philippines, alinoperry018@gmail.com ;

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 30001

INTEGRATING TRADITIONAL CUSTOMARY LAW, KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE WITH CONSERVATION IN THE BIRDSHEAD SEASCAPE, THE HEART OF THE CORAL TRIANGLE, INDONESIA

Mongdong, M., Conservation International, Indonesia, mmongdong@conservation.org; Thebu, K., Conservation International, Indonesia, kthebu@conservation.org;

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 302 A/B | Abstract ID 30153

GREEN TURTLE REPRODUCTIVE FAILURE AND MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION AT RAINE ISLAND, GREAT BARRIER REEF

Dunstan, A. J., Queensland Parks and Wildlife SErvice, Australia, andrew.dunstan@ehp.qld.gov.au;

73A - Co-management: partnerships for achieving effective resource outcomes on coral reefs - Partnerships across agencies and organizations

06/22/2016 | 16:15 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29119

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION: BUILDING RAPID RESPONSE CAPACITY TO MINIMIZE IMPACTS OF ACUTE REEF IMPACTS ON GUAM

Brown, V. A., National Marine Fisheries Service, Pacific Islands Regional Office, Guam, valerie.brown@noaa.gov; Burdick, D. R., University of Guam Marine Laboratory, Guam, burdickdr@hotmail.com; Cruz, J., Guam Environmental Protection Agency, Guam, jesse.cruz@epa.guam.gov;

06/22/2016 | 16:45 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29885

`IKE KAI: AN INNOVATIVE AND ENGAGING CURRICULUM FOR THE DIVISION OF AQUATIC RESOURCES

Kekoa, E. L., Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcment, USA, edward.l.kekoa@hawaii.gov;

06/22/2016 | 17:00 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29646

UNITED STATES CORAL REEF TASK FORCE WATERSHED PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE

Slay, J. H., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9, USA, slay.hudson@epa.gov; Holst, S., NOAA, USA, susie.holst@noaa.gov; Wiltse, W., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9, USA, wiltse.wendy@epa.gov; Ferguson, R., NOAA, USA, rob.ferguson@noaa.gov;

06/22/2016 | 17:15 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28492

PILOTING A WATERSHED-SCALE MODEL FOR COLLABORATIVELY ADDRESSING LBSP STRESSORS ON CORAL REEFS IN WEST MAUI, HAWAII, USA

Callender, T. A., West Maui R2R Initiative, USA, tova@westmauiR2R.com; Kloster, C., Group 70 International, USA, ckloster@group70int.com ; Foote, E., Project SEA Link, USA, lfoote@hawaii.rr.com; Slay, H., US EPA, USA, slay.hudson@epa.gov; Storlazzi, C., U.S. Geological Survey, , cstorlazzi@usgs.gov ;

http://www.westmauir2r.com/

06/22/2016 | 17:30 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 29525

EXPANSION OF THE CORAL REEF EARLY WARNING SYSTEM (CREWS) NETWORK THROUGHOUT THE CARIBBEAN

Hendee, J. C., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, Jim.Hendee@noaa.gov; Leslie, K., Caribbean Community Climate Change Center, Belize, k.leslie@sbcglobal.net; Jones, A., Caribbean Community Climate Change Center, Belize, ajones@caribbeanclimate.bz; Fletcher, P., NOAA National Sea Grant Office, USA, pamela.fletcher@noaa.gov; Waddell, J., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration, USA, jenny.waddell@noaa.gov; Tomczuk, J., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, john.tomczuk@noaa.gov;

http://www.coral.noaa.gov

06/22/2016 | 17:45 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 28352

IMPLEMENTATION OF LARGE SCALE MONITORING PROGRAMS AS A PLATFORM FOR TERRITORIAL CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT

Edwards, K. F., CSS-Dynamac at NOAA's National Center for Coastal Ocean Science, USA, kimberly.edwards@noaa.gov; Clark, R., NOAA's National Center for Coastal Ocean Science, USA, randy.clark@noaa.gov; Hile, S. D., CSS-Dynamac at NOAA's National Center for Coastal Ocean Science, USA, sarah.hile@noaa.gov;

06/22/2016 | 18:00 | 303 A/B | Abstract ID 30091

PALMYRA ATOLL RESEARCH STATION: UNDERSTANDING A NEAR PRISTINE MARINE ENVIRONMENT TO BETTER PROTECT MARINE ECOSYSTEMS GLOBALLY

Wegmann, A. S., The Nature Conservancy, Hawaii, USA, alex.wegmann@tnc.org; Kropidlowski, S., US Fish & Wildlife Service, USA, stefan_kropidlowski@fws.gov; Conklin, E. J., The Nature Conservancy, Hawaii, USA, econklin@tnc.org; Pollock, A., US Fish & Wildlife Service, USA, amanda_pollock@fws.gov; Flint, E. N., US Fish & Wildlife Service, USA, Beth_Flint@fws.gov; Hum, K., The Nature Conservancy, Hawaii, USA, khum@tnc.org; White, S., US Fish & Wildlife Service, USA, Susan_White@fws.gov;