Program & Agenda

Agenda Detail

6/22/2016 | 18:15 - 19:45 | POSTER

05 - Acclimatization and adaptation in reef organisms

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28494 | Poster ID 38

REPRODUCTIVE PLASTICITY OF THE SCLERACTINIAN CORAL ACROPORA HYACINTHUS LIVING IN DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE ENVIRONMENTS

Santacruz-Castro, A. M., Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC, adrianamsc@gmail.com; Wang, H. Y., National Taiwan University, Taiwan, ROC, huiyuwang@ntu.edu.tw; Fukami, H., University of Miyazaki, Japan, hirofukami@cc.miyazaki-u.ac.jp; Mezaki, T., Kuroshio Biological Research Foundation, Japan, ; Munasik, M., Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia, munasikmotawi@gmail.com; Hsieh, H. J., Marine Biology Research Center, Taiwan Fishery Research Institute, Penghu, Taiwan, ROC, hernyitw@gmail.com; Nozawa, Y., Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC, nozaway@gate.sinica.edu.tw;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29159 | Poster ID 39

CONTRASTING EFFECTS OF EPIPHYTES ON CALCIFYING VS. NON-CALCIFYING ALGAE IN CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS

Doo, S. S., Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Group, University of Sydney, Australia, steve.doo@sydney.edu.au; Graba-Landry, A., Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Australia, agrabalandry@gmail.com; Leplastrier, A., Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University, Australia, aeroleplastrier@gmail.com; Byrne, M., Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Group, University of Sydney, Australia, mbyrne@anatomy.usyd.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29299 | Poster ID 41

THE HERITIBILITY OF CORAL TOLERANCES TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Jury, C. P., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology--University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jurycp@hawaii.edu; Delano, M. N., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology--University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, miand@hawaii.edu; Toonen, R. J., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology--University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, rjtoonen@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29420 | Poster ID 42

MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION IN THE COLONIES OF THE HARD CORAL ACROPORA HYACINTHUS IN SHELTERED AND EXPOSED CONDITIONS

Paderanga, O. T., Institute of Environmental and Marine Sciences, Silliman University, Philippines, opaderanga@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29634 | Poster ID 43

EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY ON THE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION RATES AND BEHAVIORS OF THE NUDIBRANCH, JORUNNA FUNEBRIS (KELAART, 1858)

Chinfak, N., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, narainrit.new@hotmail.co.th; Chavanich, S., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, suchana.c@chula.ac.th; Viyakarn, V., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, voranop.v@chula.ac.th;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29732 | Poster ID 45

OPTICAL PROPERTIES INVOLVED IN THE EFFICIENCY OF LIGHT ABSORPTION OF CORAL FAVIA FRAGUM

Mendoza-Quiroz, S., Posgrado en Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, UNAM, Mexico, mq_13sandy@hotmail.com; Iglesias-Prieto, R., Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, UNAM., Mexico, iglesias@cmarl.unam.mx; Banaszak, A. T., Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, UNAM., Mexico, banaszak@cmarl.unam.mx;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29715 | Poster ID 46

ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION AND CORAL EMBRYOS: DNA DAMAGE, SURVIVAL, AND DEVELOPMENT

Stefaniak, L. M., Georgia Southern University, USA, lstefaniak@georgiasouthern.edu; Schutter, M., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, miriam.schutter@gmail.com; Gleason, D. F., Georgia Southern University, USA, dgleason@georgiasouthern.edu; Medina-Rosas, P., Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico, pedromedinarosas@gmail.com; Carpizo-Ituarte, E., Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Mexico, ecarpizo@gmail.com; Banaszak, A., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, banaszak@cmarl.unam.mx;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30066 | Poster ID 47

PLASTICITY IN THERMAL TOLERANCE WINDOWS OF EARLY LIFE HISTORY STAGES

Genovese, C. B., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cgenoves@hawaii.edu; Moran, A. L., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29967 | Poster ID 48

PHOTOPROTECTION AND PHOTOSYSTEM II REPAIR OF SYMBIODINIUM IN HOSPITE FOR FOUR REEF-BUILDING CORALS FROM THE CARIBBEAN

Escandón, N., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, nancyqca@hotmail.com; Enríquez, S., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, enriquez@cmarl.unam.mx ;

08 - Incorporating mechanistic processes in spatial decision science: dispersal, movement, functional groups, evolution and range shifts

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27812 | Poster ID 83

ARE NOT SMALL PATCH REEFS WORTH MUCH MORE THAN A SINGLE LARGE CONTINUOUS REEF IN TERMS OF REEF FISH HABITAT?

Hattori, A., Shiga University, Japan, hattori@edu.shiga-u.ac.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30031 | Poster ID 84

BIOEROSION BY THE SEA URCHINS ON CORALS IN THAILAND

Wongthepwanit, N., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, n.wongthepwanit@hotmail.com; Viyakarn, V., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, voranop.v@chula.ac.th;

ePoster Link: http://www.rbrg.sc.chula.ac.th

13 - Diseases on the reef: presence, persistence and responses

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27928 | Poster ID 151

MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATED WITH SPONGE ORANGE BAND DISEASE IN THE GIANT BARREL SPONGE, XESTOSPONGIA MUTA

Mulheron, R., Nova Southeastern University Guy Harvey Oceanographic Center, USA, rmulhero@gmail.com; Zaneveld, J., Oregon State University Dept. of Microbiology, USA, zaneveld@gmail.com; Campbell, A. M., University of Cardiff, United Kingdom, acamp1545@gmail.com ; Vega-Thurber, R., Oregon State University Dept. of Microbiology, USA, Rebecca.Vega-Thurber@oregonstate.edu; Lopez, J. V., Nova Southeastern University Guy Harvey Oceanographic Center, USA, joslo@Nova.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30168 | Poster ID 152

SOFT CORALS AS QUORUM SENSING MIMICS? NEW PERSPECTIVES ON WELL-KNOWN COMPOUNDS

Freckelton, M., AIMS, James Cook University, Australia, marnief@hawaii.edu; Bowden, B., School of Chemistry, James Cook University, Australia, Bruce.Bowden@jcu.edu.au; Hoj, L., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, l.hoj@aims.gov.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28131 | Poster ID 153

INVESTIGATING ACUTE MONTIPORA WHITE SYNDROME: POTENTIAL CAUSATIVE AGENTS, ENVIRONMENTAL DRIVERS, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CORAL HEALTH

Beurmann, S., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, silviab@hawaii.edu; Smith, A. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ; Ushijima, B., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, blakeu@hawaii.edu; Runyon, C. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, runyon@hawaii.edu; Videau, P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, videau@hawaii.edu; Callahan, S. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, scallaha@hawaii.edu; Aeby, G. S., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, aeby@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28165 | Poster ID 154

A NETWORK APPROACH TO IDENTIFY SUCCESS AND GAPS IN CORAL DISEASE SCIENCE OVER FIVE DECADES OF RESEARCH

Montilla, L. M., Universidad Simón Bolívar, Venezuela, luismmontilla@usb.ve; Ascanio-Moreno, A., Universidad Simón Bolívar, Venezuela, 11-10060@usb.ve; Croquer, A., Universidad Simón Bolívar, Venezuela, acroquer@usb.ve;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28107 | Poster ID 155

DAILY FLUORESCENT BAND RECORDED BEHIND BLACK BAND DISEASE

Yamashiro, H., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, hyama@lab.u-ryukyu.ac.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28074 | Poster ID 156

ETIOLOGICAL AGENTS OR SECONDARY OPPORTUNISTS? FREQUENT MONITORING AIDS IN ASSESSING THE ROLE OF VIBRIO BACTERIA IN DISEASE OF ACROPORA PALMATA

Kemp, K. M., University of Georgia, USA, kerimkemp@gmail.com; Westrich, J. R., University of Georgia, USA, ; Kemp, D. K., University of Georgia, USA, ; Edwards, M. L., University of Georgia, USA, ; Lipp, E. K., University of Georgia, USA, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29046 | Poster ID 157

CORAL HEALTH & DISEASE IN URBAN VERSUS RURAL AREAS OF TIMOR-LESTE

Kim, C. J., University of Queensland Australia, Australia, c.kim@uq.edu.au; Roelfsema, C., University of Queensland Australia, Australia, c.roelfsema@uq.edu.au; Hoegh-Guldberg, O., University of Queensland Australia, Australia, oveh@uq.edu.au; Dove, S., University of Queensland, Australia, s.dove@cms.uq.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.ckimocean.com/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28549 | Poster ID 158

INCIDENCE AND CAUSE OF PINK/PURPLE PIGMENTATION SYNDROME IN GENUS PORITES IN OKINAWA ISLAND.

Kubomura, T., University of the ryukyus, Japan, nature.ocean.0502@gmail.com; Reimer, J. D., University of the ryukyus, Japan, jreimer@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28914 | Poster ID 159

EPIZOOTIOLOGY OF BLACK BAND DISEASE ON SCLERACTINIAN CORALS OF KAUAI, HAWAII, USA

Runyon, C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, runyon@hawaii.edu; Beurmann, S., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ; Ushijima, B., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ; Videau, P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ; Work, T., US Geological Survey, USA, ; Aeby, G., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ; Callahan, S. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28909 | Poster ID 160

A COMPARISON OF SYMBIOTIC DINOFLAGELLATE (SYMBIODINIUM) COMMUNITIES IN HEALTHY SIDERASTREA SIDEREA CORALS AND THOSE AFFECTED BY DARK SPOT SYNDROME

Foster, A. E., Oregon State University, USA, ameliaefoster@gmail.com; McMinds, R., Oregon State University, USA, ryan.mcminds@oregonstate.edu; Vega-Thurber, R., Oregon State University, USA, rvegathurber@gmail.com; Rosales, S., Oregon State University, USA, rosaless@onid.orst.edu; Zaneveld, J., Oregon State University, USA, zaneveld@gmail.com ; Welsh, R., Oregon State University, USA, rory.welsh@gmail.com ; Payet, J., Oregon State University, USA, jerome.payet@gmail.com ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29300 | Poster ID 162

DO DISEASES THREATEN THE CORAL REEFS OF KISH ISLAND, PERSIAN GULF?

Alidoost Salimi, M., Department of Marine Biology, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran, m.alidoustsalimi@gmail.com; Ghavam Mostafavi, P., Department of Marine Biology, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran, ; Fatemi, S. M., Department of Marine Biology, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran, ; Aeby, G. S., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, PO Box 1346, Kaneohe, HI 96744, USA, USA, greta@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29317 | Poster ID 163

FIRST BASELINE SURVEY OF CORAL LESIONS ON VILANGUCHALLI PATCH REEF, GULF OF MANNAR, INDIA

SELVA BHARATH, M., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, selva0424@gmail.com; AEBY, G. S., UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, USA, greta@hawaii.edu; DINESH KUMAR, P., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, dinumicro90@gmail.com; LAJU, R. L., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, lajurl@yahoo.co.in; ARASAMUTHU, A., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, kingpearl28@gmail.com; RAJESH, S., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, rajesh_sthevan2007@yahoo.co.in; DIRAVIYA RAJ, K., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, diraviyam_raj@yahoo.co.in; MATHEWS, G., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, mathews.gilbert@gmail.com; PATTERSON EDWARD, J. K., SUGANTHI DEVADASON MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, India, edwardjkpatterson@yahoo.co.in;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29296 | Poster ID 164

PHAGE THERAPY FOR DISEASED CORALS? POTENTIAL OF A NOVEL GIANT VIRUS AS ANTIMICROBIAL AGENT AGAINST CORAL PATHOGENS

Jacquemot, L., Sorbonne Université, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS, UMR AD2M, Station Biologique de Roscoff, France, ; Monjol, J., Sorbonne Université, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS, UMR AD2M, Station Biologique de Roscoff, France, ; Bettarel, Y., Univ. Montpellier 2, CNRS, IRD, UMR MARBEC, Montpellier, France, ; Bouvier, T., Univ. Montpellier 2, CNRS, IRD, UMR MARBEC, Montpellier, France, ; Ferrier-Pagès, C., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, ; Corre, E., Sorbonne Université, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS, FR2424, Station Biologique de Roscoff, France, ; Desnues, C., Univ. Aix-Marseille, CNRS, IRD, INSERM, Unité URMITE, France, ; Baudoux, A. C., Sorbonne Université, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS, UMR AD2M, Station Biologique de Roscoff, France, acbaudoux@sb-roscoff.fr;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29464 | Poster ID 165

RAPID ASSESSMENT FOR CORAL DISEASE IN SAWU SEA MARINE NATIONAL PARK, INDONESIA

Yusuf, S., Hasanuddin University, Indonesia, s.yusuf69@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.unhas.ac.id

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29870 | Poster ID 166

THE ROLE OF QUORUM SENSING IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF THE CORAL PATHOGEN VIBRIO CORALLIILYTICUS STRAIN OCN008

Burger, A. H., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, aburger@hawaii.edu;

18 - Geology and paleoecology as tools to decipher the modern coral-reef crisis

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29717 | Poster ID 230

NEW EVIDENCE OF CORAL RECOVERY IN EASTERN PANTHALASSA AFTER THE END-TRIASSIC MASS EXTINCTION

Hodges, M. S., University of Montana Paleontology Center, USA, montana.hodges@umontana.edu; Stanley, Jr., D. G., University of Montana Paleontology Center, USA, george.stanley@umontana.edu;

ePoster Link: 32 Campus Drive

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29236 | Poster ID 231

COMPARISON OF PRESENT DAY CORAL REEF DISTRIBUTION WITH THE EXPOSED HOLOCENE REEF IN RAMESHWARAM ISLAND, GULF OF MANNAR, INDIA – INFERENCE FOR PALEOECOLOGY

Gladwin Gnana Asir, N., Dr.Sivanthi Aditanar College of Engineering, India, gladwinasir@gmail.com; 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; Patterson Edward, J. K., Suganthi Devadason Marine Research Institute, India, edwardjkpatterson@yahoo.co.in; Ramasamy, S., University of Madras, India, sramasamy@unoma.ac.in;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29217 | Poster ID 232

PAST WATER ENVIRONMENT OF KABIRA BAY RECORDED BY ISOTOPES AND TRACE ELEMENTS OF CORAL SKELETON

Shigaki, M., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, e123348@eve.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Odo, A., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Fujimura, H., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, fujimura@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Asami, R., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28377 | Poster ID 233

THE RISE OF SLIME IN SILURIAN CORAL-SPONGE-MICROBIAL REEFS IN ALASKA’S ALEXANDER TERRANE: INSIGHTS FROM ECOLOGICAL TRANSITIONS AFFECTING MODERN CORAL REEFS

Soja, C. M., Colgate University, USA, csoja@colgate.edu; White, B., Smith College, USA, bwhite@smith.edu; Capodiferro, C. J., Colgate University, USA, csoja@colgate.edu; Riefler, J. P., Colgate University, USA, csoja@colgate.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28526 | Poster ID 234

SEASONAL PATTERNS OF GROWTH IN THE ROBUST BRANCHING CORAL ISOPORA PALIFERA FROM THE CENTRAL GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA

Razak, T. B., University of Queensland, Australia, t.razak@uq.edu.au; Mumby, P. J., University of Queensland, Australia, p.j.mumby@uq.edu.au; Nguyen, A. D., University of Queensland, Australia, a.nguyen3@uq.edu.au; Zhao, J. X., University of Queensland, Australia, j.zhao@uq.edu.au; Lough, J. M., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, j.lough@aims.gov.au; Cantin, N. E., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, N.Cantin@aims.gov.au; Roff, G., University of Queensland, Australia, g.roff@uq.edu.au;

21 - Achieving sustainable coral reef fisheries: policy development, implementation, management and enforcement

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28104 | Poster ID 265

WHICH FACTORS DRIVE CORAL REEF FISHERIES: ECONOMICS, ENVIRONMENT OR RANDOMNESS?

Bevilacqua, A. H., Federal Uni of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, anahelena.bevilacqua@gmail.com; Carvalho, A., Federal Uni of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, acarvalho.ufrn@gmail.com ; Pennino, M. G., Federal Uni of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, graziapennino@yahoo.it ; Sumaila, R., University of British Columbia, Canada, r.sumaila@oceans.ubc.ca ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28457 | Poster ID 266

BIOECONOMIC EVALUATION OF MARINE RESERVE SIZE: PROTECTING RESTORED CORAL REEFS WHILE MAXIMIZING FISHERY VALUE

Cavasos, K. E., Florida International University, USA, kcava007@fiu.edu; Bhat, M., Florida International University, USA, bhatm@fiu.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28241 | Poster ID 267

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN MPA NETWORK IN MANAGING THE WEST HAWAI΄I AQUARIUM FISHERY

Walsh, W. J., Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, darkona@hawaiiantel.net; Williams, I. D., NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Program, USA, ivor.williams@noaa.gov;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27999 | Poster ID 269

QUANTIFYING THE MAGNITUDE OF SMALL-SCALE CORAL REEF FISHERIES IN THE CORAL TRIANGLE

Teh, L. C., Universtiy of British Columbia, Canada, lydia.teh@oceans.ubc.ca; Palomares, M. L., University of British Columbia, Canada, m.palomares@oceans.ubc.ca; Teh, L. S., University of British Columbia, Canada, l.teh@oceans.ubc.ca; Zeller, D., University of British Columbia, Canada, d.zeller@oceans.ubc.ca; Pauly, D., University of British Columbia, Canada, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29872 | Poster ID 270

REEF FISH SURVEY TECHNIQUES: ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL FOR STANDARDIZING METHODOLOGIES

Caldwell, Z. R., The Nature Conservancy, USA, zcaldwell@tnc.org; Zgliczynski, B. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, bzgliczy@ucsd.edu; Williams, G. J., Bangor University, United Kingdom, g.j.williams@bangor.ac.uk; Sandin, S. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ssandin@ucsd.edu;

22 - Large reef predators: ecology, status and management

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29871 | Poster ID 271

FISHING FOR ANSWERS: TRACKING YELLOWTAIL (SERIOLA LALANDI) MOVEMENTS AND CATCH IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC.

Ben-Aderet, N. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, nbenader@ucsd.edu; Semmens, B. X., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, bsemmens@ucsd.edu; Sandin, S. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, ssandin@ucsd.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30068 | Poster ID 272

CHARACTERISTICS OF WHALE SHARKS (RHINCODON TYPUS) IN TELUK CENDERAWASIH NATIONAL PARK, INDONESIA

Tania, C., WWF Indonesia, Indonesia, ctania@wwf.id; Blæsbjerg, M., WWF Denmark, Denmark, m.blaesbjerg@wwf.dk; Himawan, M. R., Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, mahardikarizqihimawan@gmail.com; Noor, B. A., WWF Indonesia, Indonesia, bnoor@wwf.id; Stewart, B. S., Hubbs SeaWorld Research institute, USA, bstewart@hswri.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29480 | Poster ID 273

IDENTIFY TYPE AND DISTRIBUTION OF REEF SHARKS SPECIES IN MEKO WATER, DISTRICT OF EAST FLORES, EAST NUSA TENGGARA

Yuneni, R. R., WWF Indonesia, Indonesia, ryuneni@wwf.id;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29246 | Poster ID 274

VARIABILITY OF TUNA PREY ITEMS ALONG THE COAST OF SOUTHERN MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES

Zarate, B. E., University of the Philippines Mindanao, Philippines, brendel.zarate@gmail.com; Otero, M. B., University of the Philippines Mindanao, Philippines, ; Na'ola, C. L., University of the Philippines Mindanao, Philippines, tingnanola@yahoo.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28034 | Poster ID 277

BLACKTIP REEF SHARKS (CARCHARHINUS MELANOPTERUS) SHOW HIGH CAPACITY FOR WOUND HEALING AND RECOVERY FOLLOWING INJURY

Rummer, J. L., James Cook University, Australia, jodie.rummer@jcu.edu.au; Chin, A., James Cook University, Australia, andrew.chin@jcu.edu.au; Mourier, J., USR 3278 CRIOBE CNRS-EPHE-UPVD, Laboratoire d'Excellence , French Polynesia, johann.mourier@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.jodierummer.com/

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

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28237 | Poster ID 367

IMPACT OF TEMPERATURE AND PH PREDICTED FOR THE 22TH CENTURY ON ENERGY METABOLISMS AND SHELL GROWTH OF THE GIANT CLAM TRIDACNA MAXIMA

Vidal-Dupiol, J., IFREMER UMR 241 EIO, French Polynesia, jeremie.vidal.dupiol@ifremer.fr; Soyez, C., IFREMER UMR 241 EIO, French Polynesia, Claude.Soyez@ifremer.fr; Le Moullac, G., IFREMER UMR 241 EIO, French Polynesia, Gilles.Le.Moullac@ifremer.fr; Chapron, L., IFREMER UMR 241 EIO, French Polynesia, lchapron@hotmail.fr; Beliaeff, B., IFREMER UMR 241 EIO, , Benoit.Beliaeff@ifremer.fr; Gaertner-Mazouni, N., Université de la Polynésie Française UMR 241 EIO, French Polynesia, nabila.gaertner-mazouni@upf.pf; Brahmi, C., Université de la Polynésie Française UMR 241 EIO, French Polynesia, chloe.brahmi@upf.pf;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30171 | Poster ID 368

THE GROWTH AND CALCIFICATION OF THE CORALLINE ALGA, AMPHIROA SP.

Yang, F., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ycuyang@163.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30170 | Poster ID 369

A SUSPECTED NEW TROPICAL MARINE SPECIES OF AMPHIDINIUM (DINOPHYCEAE)FROM SANYA, CHINA

Long, C., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 176490370@qq.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28112 | Poster ID 370

SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF SEAWATER PCO2 AND SEA-AIR CO2 FLUXES IN A FRINGING CORAL REEF, NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA

Yan, H., South China Sea institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, yanhq@scsio.ac.cn; Yu, K., South China Sea institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ; Shi, Q., South China Sea institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ; Tan, Y., South China Sea institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ; Liu, G., South China Sea institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ; Zhao, M., South China Sea institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ; Li, S., South China Sea institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ; Chen, T., South China Sea institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27979 | Poster ID 371

CHANGING PHYTOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES IN RESPONSE TO INCREASING CO2 CONCENTRATION: MESOCOSM EXPERIMENT IN BARRANG LOMPO ISLAND, SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA

Rukminasari, N., 1) Marine Science and Fisheries Faculty, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia, nita.r@unhas.ac.id; Sahabuddin, S., Research Institution for Coastal Aquaculture , Indonesia, s.abud_din@yahoo.co.id; Lukman, M., Marine Science and Fisheries Faculty, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia, lucky_daeng@hotmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29520 | Poster ID 374

SEAGRASS AMELIORATES CORAL PHYSIOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE UNDER OA CONDITIONS

Miller, C., University of Hawaii, USA, cmiller9@hawaii.edu; Alessi, C., University of Palermo, Italy, cinzia.alessi01@community.unipa.it; Fitzpatrick, R. S., Eckerd College, , rsfitzpa@eckerd.edu; Irgebay, Z., Swathmore College, USA, zirgeba1@swarthmore.edu; Hall, E. R., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, emily8@mote.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28989 | Poster ID 375

SURVIVABILITY OF JUVENILE CORAL IN THE VICINITY OF A SHALLOW WATER THERMAL VENT

Nithiyaa, N., University Science Malaysia, Malaysia, n.nithiyaa@gmail.com; Zulfigar, Y., University Science Malaysia, Malaysia, ; Ng, J. E., University Science Malaysia, Malaysia, ; Zulfikar, -., Universitas Malikussaleh, Indonesia, ; Tan, S. H., University Science Malaysia, Malaysia, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28837 | Poster ID 376

OBSERVING CHANGES IN CARBONATE CHEMISTRY ON CORAL REEFS ACROSS THE PACIFIC

Young, C. W., NOAA/JIMAR - University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, charles.young@noaa.gov; Oliver, T. A., NOAA/JIMAR - University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ; Clark, S. J., NOAA/JIMAR - University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ; Pomeroy, N. V., NOAA/JIMAR - University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ; Brainard, R. E., NOAA/PIFSC/Coral Reef Ecosystem Program - Honolulu, HI, USA, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29724 | Poster ID 378

ARAGONITE SATURATION IN A FRINGING REEF IS STRONGLY INFLUENCED BY OCEANIC CONDITIONS: CABO PULMO, MÉXICO.

Norzagaray-López, C. O., Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Mexico, orion.norlop@gmail.com; Hernández-Ayón, J. M., Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Mexico, jmartin@uabc.edu.mx; Calderon-Aguilera, L. E., Centro de Investigación Científica y Estudios Superiores de Ensenada, Mexico, leca@cicese.mx; Reyes-Bonilla, H., Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur, Mexico, hreyes@uabcs.edu.mx; Castro-Valdez, R., Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Mexico, rcastro@uabc.edu.mx;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29969 | Poster ID 379

EFFECT OF LOWER PH ON EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND SETTLEMENT OF CORALS, ACROPORA MILLEPORA AND POCILLOPORA DAMICORNIS

Viyakarn, V., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, voranop.v@chula.ac.th; Lalitpattarakit, W., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, coral_unit@hotmail.com; Chinfak, N., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, narainrit.new@hotmail.co.th; Jandang, S., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, bio_aqa@hotmail.com; Kuanui, P., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, tonguy324@hotmail.com; Songploy, S., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, sesongploy@hotmail.com; Khokiattiwong, S., Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, Thailand, coral_unit@hotmail.com; Chavanich, S., Chulalongkorn Universt, Thailand, suchana.c@chula.ac.th;

ePoster Link: http://www.rbrg.sc.chula.ac.th

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29995 | Poster ID 380

FRESH GROUNDWATER IMPACTS ON INORGANIC CARBON DYNAMICS IN COASTAL HAWAI’I

Colbert, S. L., University of Hawai'i at Hilo, USA, colberts@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30062 | Poster ID 381

REDUCED METABOLISM, LIMITED STAMINA: ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF ELEVATED CO2 ON A KEY GRAZER

Zuckerman, Z., Cape Eleuthera Institute, Bahamas, zzucker2@gmail.com; Burruss, G., Cape Eleuthera Institute, Bahamas, georgianaburruss@islandschool.org; Bayford, P., Newcastle University, United Kingdom, p.bayford@newcastle.ac.uk; Ruddock, D., Newcastle University, United Kingdom, d.ruddock@newcastle.ac.uk; Hannan, K., University of Illinois, USA, kelly.hannan3@gmail.com ; Bowleg, M., Cape Eleuthera Institute, Bahamas, michaelbowleg@islandschool.org ; Curtis-Quick, J., Cape Eleuthera Institute, Bahamas, jocelyncq@gmail.com; Shultz, A., Cape Eleuthera Institute, Bahamas, aaron.dean.shultz@gmail.com;

34 - Coral reef records of sea level, climatic and environmental changes: a tribute to Lucien Montaggioni

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29699 | Poster ID 385

GENDER-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN THE GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS IN SKELETONS OF THE REEF-BUILDING CORAL DICHOCOENIA STOKESI IN THE MEXICAN CARIBBEAN.

Cruz-Ortega, A. I., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, ICML, UASA, Mexico, aicruzortega@gmail.com; Carricart-Ganivet, J. P., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, ICML, UASA, Mexico, carricart@cmarl.unam.mx;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28873 | Poster ID 386

FORE REEF SPUR AND GROOVE GROWTH AND IMPLICATIONS FOR REEF PLATFORM EVOLUTION

Duce, S., University of Sydney, Australia, stephanie.duce@sydney.edu.au; Webster, J. M., University of Sydney, Australia, jody.webster@sydney.edu.au; Vila-Concejo, A., University of Sydney, Australia, ana.vilaconcejo@sydney.edu.au; Quan, H., Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Australia, qhx@ansto.gov.au; Dechnik, B., University of Sydney, Australia, belinda.dechnik@sydney.edu.au; Sadler, J., University of Queensland, Australia, j.sadler@uq.edu.au; Hamylton, S. M., University of Wollongong, Australia, shamylto@uow.edu.au; Nothdurft, L., Queensland University of Technology, Australia, l.nothdurft@qut.edu.au; Hench, J. L., Duke University Marine Laboratory, USA, jim.hench@duke.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28898 | Poster ID 387

BACK-REEF DEVELOPMENTS DURING MIS2 SEA-LEVEL FALLS: IODP EXPEDITION 325, GREAT BARRIER REEF

Fujita, K., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, fujitaka@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Yagioka, N., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Nakada, C., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Kan, H., Kyushu University, Japan, ; Yokoyama, Y., The University of Tokyo, Japan, ; Webster, J. M., The University of Sydney, , ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29366 | Poster ID 389

DETERMINING THE HYDRODYNAMIC CONDITIONS REQUIRED TO DEPOSIT CYCLONE LINKED BOULDER DEPOSITS IN THE SOUTHERN GREAT BARRIER REEF

Harris, D. L., Leibniz Center for Marine Tropical Ecology (ZMT) and Center for Marine Environmental Science (MARUM), Germany, dharris@marum.de; Rovere, A., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) and Center for Marine Environmental Science (MARUM), Germany, arovere@marum.de; Webster, J. M., Geocoastal Research Group, The University of Sydney, Germany, jody.webster@sydney.edu.au; Vila-Concejo, A., Geocoastal Research Group, The University of Sydney, Germany, ana.vilaconcejo@sydney.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29208 | Poster ID 390

THE IMPACT OF HEAVY METALS CONTENT TO GROWTH OF CORALS PORITES LUTEA BASED ON ANNUALLY-BANDED AT TUNDA ISLAND, BANTEN BAY

Zamani, N. P., Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, np_zamani@yahoo.com; Prartono, T., Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, triprartono@gmail.com; Lubis, A. A., Isotopes and Radiation Application Center, National Nuclear Energy Agency,, Indonesia, alilubis@gmail.com; Riska, R., Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, riska05071991@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28305 | Poster ID 391

PATCH-REEFS IN THE CIENAGA DE ORO FORMATION (OLIGOCENE–MIOCENE, SAN JACINTO FOLD BELT, NW COLOMBIA)

Salazar, E., UT UP Consultorias Bucaramanga, Colombia, edwsalazar@gmail.com; Braga, J. C., University of Granada, Spain, jbraga@ugr.es; Flórez, P., University of Granada, Spain, ; Rincón, D., Instituto Colombiano del Petróleo, ICP-Ecopetrol S.A., Colombia, ; Baumgartner, P. O., University of Lausanne, Switzerland, ; Baumgartner-Mora, C., , , ;

35 - Rising sea level and the responses of reefs and reef islands

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28261 | Poster ID 392

ISLAND EROSION AND MIGRATION IN HATOHOBEI STATE, PALAU

Patris, S., Coral Reef Research Foundation, Palau, sw.patris@gmail.com; Colin, P. L., Coral Reef Research Foundation, Palau, crrfpalau@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28262 | Poster ID 393

SUPER TYPHOON HAIYAN: INUNDATION, EROSION AND GROUNDWATER RECOVERY: KAYANGEL STATE, REPUBLIC OF PALAU

Ucharm, G., Coral Reef Research Foundation, Palau, ucharm@gmail.com; Colin, P. L., Coral Reef Research Foundation, Palau, crrfpalau@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28550 | Poster ID 394

THE POTENTIAL FOR SUMATRA EARTHQUAKES AND TSUNAMI RECONSTRUCTION USING PORITES CORAL SKELETONS FROM SIMEULUE ISLAND, INDONESIA.

ITO, S., Hokkaido University, Japan, sallyit@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; WATANABE, T., Hokkaido University, Kikai institute for coral reef sciences, Japan, nabe@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; YAMAZAKI, A., Hokkaido University, Kikai institute for coral reef sciences, Japan, zaki@kikaireefs.org; PUTRA, T. E., Hokkaido University, Indonesia, ; NISHIMURA, Y., Hokkaido University, Japan, yns@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28100 | Poster ID 395

FRESHWATER LENS DYNAMICS UNDER THE MAIN ISLAND OF AILUK ATOLL, NORTHERN MARSHALL ISLANDS

Peterson, E. L., University of Queensland, Australia, e.peterson@uq.edu.au; Beger, M., University of Queensland, Australia, m.beger@uq.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28045 | Poster ID 396

CAN SELF-ARMOURING ISLANDS RESIST CLIMATE CHANGE?

O'Leary, M. J., Curtin University, Australia, mick.oleary@curtin.edu.au; Browne, N. K., Curtin University, Australia, nicola.browne@curtin.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28145 | Poster ID 397

ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE DONGSHA ISLAND, SOUTH CHINA SEA IN THE HOLOCENE

Gong, S. Y., National Museum of Natural Science, Taiwan, ROC, gng@mail.nmns.edu.tw; Wang, Y. H., National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan, ROC, yhwang@mail.nsysu.edu.tw; Wu, C. C., National Taiwan University, Taiwan, ROC, r94224112@ntu.edu.tw; Shen, C. C., National Taiwan University, , river@ntu.edu.tw;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27803 | Poster ID 398

TECTONIC SUBSIDENCE PROVIDES INSIGHT INTO POSSIBLE CORAL REEF FUTURES UNDER RAPID SEA-LEVEL RISE

Saunders, M. I., The University of Queensland, Australia, m.saunders1@uq.edu.au; Albert, S., The University of Queensland, Australia, s.albert@uq.edu.au; Roelfsema, C. M., The University of Queensland, Australia, c.roelfsema@uq.edu.au; Leon, J. X., University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia, jleon@usc.edu.au; Woodroffe, D. C., University of Wollongong, Australia, colin@uow.edu.au; Phinn, S. R., The University of Queensland, Australia, s.phinn@uq.edu.au; Mumby, P. J., The University of Queensland, Australia, p.j.mumby@uq.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00338-015-1365-0

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27960 | Poster ID 399

CORAL REEF DRAG COEFFICIENTS – WATER DEPTH DEPENDENCE

Lentz, S. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, slentz@whoi.edu; Churchill, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jchurchill@whoi.edu; Davis, K., University of California, Irvine, USA, davis@uci.edu; DeCarlo, T., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tdecarlo@whoi.edu; Cohen, A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29201 | Poster ID 400

HIGH-RESOLUTION BATHYMETRY IN SELECT PHILIPPINE REEFS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS ON THE LATE PLEISTOCENE-HOLOCENE SEA-LEVEL CHANGES AND REEF DEVELOPMENT

Munar, J. C., UP Marine Science Institute, Philippines, jeffmunar@gmail.com; Siringan, F. P., UP Marine Science Institute, Philippines, ando.msi@gmail.com; Manalaysay, D., UP Marine Science Institute, Philippines, ; Candelaria, E., , Philippines, ; Cabactulan, D., UP Marine Science Institute, Philippines, ; Calleja, M., UP Marine Science Institute, Philippines, ; Villanueva, R., UP Marine Science Institute, Philippines, ; Cabaitan, P., UP Marine Science Institute, Philippines, ; Villanoy, C., UP Marine Science Institute, Philippines, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29552 | Poster ID 401

ISLAND GROWTH DURING RISING SEA LEVEL: JEH ISLAND, REPUBLIC OF THE MARSHALL ISLANDS

Ford, M. R., University of Auckland, New Zealand, m.ford@auckland.ac.nz; Kench, P. S., University of Auckland, New Zealand, p.kench@auckland.ac.nz;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28945 | Poster ID 402

RE-OPENING HIGH ENERGY WINDOW: CORAL REEF RESPONSE TO SEA-LEVEL RISE AND TROPICAL CYCLONE AT END OF 21ST CENTURY

Hongo, C., University of the Ryukyus (JST/JICA SATREPS), Japan, g123001@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Kurihara, H., University of the Ryukyus (JST/JICA SATREPS), Japan, harukoku@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Golbuu, Y., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, ygolbuu@picrc.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29706 | Poster ID 403

MODELING THE IMPACTS OF SEA-LEVEL RISE AND CHANGING WAVE CONDITIONS ON ATOLL ISLANDS: INSIGHT FROM WAKE AND MIDWAY ATOLLS, NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Shope, J. B., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, jshope@ucsc.edu; Storlazzi, C. D., US Geological Survey, USA, cstorlazzi@usgs.gov; Hoeke, R. K., CSIRO, Australia, ron.hoeke@csiro.au;

ePoster Link: http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/climate-change/atolls/

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

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30090 | Poster ID 404

DISEQUILIBRIUM - IMPLEMENTING REEF MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN A WORLD OUT OF BALANCE

Sanborn, C. M., University of Miami, USA, c.sanborn@umiami.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29723 | Poster ID 405

SURVEY OF HAWAIIAN CORAL PHYSIOLOGY ACROSS A NATURAL RANGE OF TEMPERATURE AND PH GRADIENTS

McLachlan, R. H., The Ohio State University, USA, mclachlan.8@osu.edu; Grottoli, A. G., The Ohio State University, USA, grottoli.1@osu.edu; Jury, C. P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jurycp@hawaii.edu; Dobson, K., The Ohio State University, USA, dobson.77@osu.edu; Toonen, R. J., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, rjtoonen@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29770 | Poster ID 406

MAPPING ANTHROPOGENIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL DRIVERS OF HAWAIIAN CORAL REEF ECOYSTEM STATES

Wedding, L. M., Stanford University, Center for Ocean Solutions, USA, lwedding@stanford.edu; Lecky, J., Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, UH Manoa, USA, jlecky@hawaii.edu; Gove, J., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, jamison.gove@noaa.gov; Walecka, H., Stanford University, Center for Ocean Solutions, USA, hwalekca@stanford.edu; Donovan, M., Department of Biology, UH Manoa, USA, donovan.maryk@gmail.com; Falinski, K., Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, UH Manoa, USA, kimfalinski@gmail.com; Friedlander, A., Pristine Seas, National Geographic Society,, USA, friedlan@hawaii.edu; McCoy, K., Department of Biology, UH Manoa, USA, kmccoy@hawaii.edu; Jouffray, J. B., Stockholm Resilience Center, USA, jbaptiste.jouffray@yahoo.fr; Kappel, K., National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, USA, kappel@nceas.ucsb.edu; Oleson, K., Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, UH Manoa, USA, koleson@hawaii.edu; Stamoulis, K., Fisheries Ecology Research Lab, UH Manoa, USA, kostanti@hawaii.edu; Williams, G., Bangor University, United Kingdom, g.j.williams@bangor.ac.uk; Selkoe, K., National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, USA, selkoe@nceas.ucsb.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29936 | Poster ID 407

EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND PH ON GROWTH OF OSTREOPSIS CF. SIAMENSIS

Potisarn, N., Chulalongkorn university, Thailand, taekizaa.np@gmail.com; Lirdwitayaprasit, T., Chulalongkorn university, Thailand, thaithaworn.L@chula.ac.th; Thongcomdee, I., Chulalongkorn university, Thailand, ingon_nun@hotmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28850 | Poster ID 409

EFFECTS OF ST. LUCIE ESTUARINE DISCHARGE WATER AND THERMAL STRESS ON MONTASTRAEA CAVERNOSA

Shatters, A. M., Florida Atlantic University, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, USA, ashatters2014@fau.edu; Voss, J. D., Florida Atlantic University, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, USA, jvoss2@fau.edu; Beal, J., Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, USA, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28854 | Poster ID 410

DIFFERENCE IN SUBSTRATE COVERAGE BETWEEN A DISTURBED AND AN UNDISTURBED CORAL REEF SITE AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT

Fragola, A. M., Seton Hall University, USA, fragolan@shu.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28822 | Poster ID 411

QUANTIFYING THE ACCUMULATION OF MARINE DEBRIS NEAR CORAL REEFS USING AERIAL IMAGERY AND GIS ANALYSIS

Kung, S., Social Science Research Institute of the University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, skung2@hawaii.edu; Moy, K., Division of Aquatic Resources, Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, USA, kmoy@hawaii.edu; Castrence, M., Social Science Research Institute of the University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, miguel@remaphawaii.com; Meadows, A., Social Science Research Institute of the University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, amber.meadows91@gmail.com ; Meltel, A., Social Science Research Institute of the University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, ameltel@hawaii.edu; Omori, A., Social Science Research Institute of the University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, andyho@hawaii.edu; Rosinski, A., Social Science Research Institute of the University of Hawaii at Manoa , , anneer@hawaii.edu; Neilson, B., Division of Aquatic Resources, HI Department of Land and Natural Resources, , brian.j.neilson@hawaii.gov; Ambagis, S., Resource Mapping Hawaii, USA, Stephen@remaphawaii.com; Hamnett, M., Social Science Research Institute of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, hamnett@hawaii.edu; Davidson, K., Social Science Research Institute of the University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, kgd@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30000 | Poster ID 412

ANALYSIS OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF SPECIALIZED HERBIVOROUS REEF FISHES THROUGHOUT THE PACIFIC

Nalley, E. M., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, enalley@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29135 | Poster ID 414

THE IMPACT EXTENT OF REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN THE RECOVERY PROCESS OF THE CORAL COMMUNITY IN TERRAINS ESTABLISHED VIA DIFFERENT GEOLOGICAL HISTORIES.

Nakano, Y., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ynknssk@lab.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Fujimura, H., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Ito, M., Waseda University , Japan, ; Suda, S., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, ; Yamane, J., Kyoto University, Japan, ; Fujibuchi, W., Kyoto University, Japan, ; Takeyama, H., Waseda University , Japan, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29526 | Poster ID 415

EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY ON CORAL BLEACHING UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS.

Patthanasiri, K., Chulalongkorn university, Thailand, nune_pattha@hotmail.com; Lirdwitayaprasit, T., Chulalongkorn university, Thailand, Thaithaworn.L@chula.ac.th; Tongcomdee, I., Chulalongkorn university, Thailand, ingon_nun@hotmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29659 | Poster ID 416

PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES AND DIFFERENTIAL MORTALITY OF THE SEA ANEMONE EXAIPTASIA PALLIDA TO LONG TERM OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND A SIMULATED TEMPERATURE ANOMOLY

Hagemeyer, J. C., University of Delaware, USA, jhagem@udel.edu; Hawkins, T. D., University of Delaware, USA, thawkins@udel.edu; Warner, M. E., University of Delaware, USA, mwarner@udel.edu; Marsh, A. G., University of Delaware, USA, amarsh.sk@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29295 | Poster ID 417

TYPHOONS AND THE MANAGED REEFS: IMPACTS AND RECOVERY PATTERNS OF REEF BENTHOS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED FISH ASSEMBLAGES

Deocadez, M. R., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, meldeocadez@yahoo.com; Martinez, R. S., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, renmar.martinez@gmail.com; Panga, F. M., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, fleurpanga@yahoo.com; Atrigenio, M. P., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, matrigenio@gmail.com; Mancao, R., RARE-Philippines, Cebu City, Philippines, rmancao@rare.org; Guirjen, J., RARE-Philippines, Cebu City, Philippines, jguirjen@rare.org; Aliño, P. M., The Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, alinoperry018@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29409 | Poster ID 418

ASSESSING HEALTH OF MASSIVE PORITES SPP. IN THAI WATERS

Samsuvan, W., Marine Biodiversity Research Group, Thailand, samsuvan@hotmail.com; Yeemin, T., Marine Biodiversity Research Group, Thailand, thamasakyeemin@yahoo.com; Sutthacheep, M., Marine Biodiversity Research Group, Thailand, msuttacheep@yahoo.com; Pengsakun, S., Marine Biodiversity Research Group, Thailand, marine_ru@hotmail.com; Putthayakool, J., Marine Biodiversity Research Group, Thailand, j.putthayakool@gmail.com; Thummasan, M., Marine Biodiversity Research Group, Thailand, thummasan_sasiwimon@hotmail.com; Lawang, B. -., Marine Biodiversity Research Group, Thailand, -;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29579 | Poster ID 419

SURVIVORS OF ACROPORA MURICATA COLONIES IMPACTED BY DRUPELLA CORNUS OCCURRING UNDERNEATH PADINA BORYANA: IMPLICATIONS FOR MULTIPLE STRESSORS MANAGEMENT

Kaullysing, D., Dept Marine & Ocean Science,Fisheries & Mariculture,Faculty of Ocean Studies,University of Mauritius, Mauritius, de.kaullysing@uom.ac.mu; Gopeechund, A., Dept Biosciences, Faculty of Science, University of Mauritius, Mauritius, ; Mattan-Moorgawa, S., Dept Marine & Ocean Science,Fisheries & Mariculture,Faculty of Ocean Studies,University of Mauritius, Mauritius, s.moorgawa@uom.ac.mu; Taleb-Hossenkhan, N., Dept Biosciences, Faculty of Science, University of Mauritius, Mauritius, n.taleb@uom.ac.mu; Bhagooli, R., Dept Marine & Ocean Science,Fisheries & Mariculture,Faculty of Ocean Studies,University of Mauritius, Mauritius, r.bhagooli@uom.ac.mu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27860 | Poster ID 421

IMPACT OF LAND USE AND NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION ON CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM HEALTH IN WEST MAUI, HAWAII

de la Sota, S., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, delasota@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27844 | Poster ID 422

HUMANS AND SEASONAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY THREATEN LARGE-BODIED CORAL REEF FISH WITH SMALL RANGES

Mellin, C., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, camille.mellin@adelaide.edu.au; Mouillot, D., Universty of Montpellier, France, david.mouillot@univ-montp2.fr; Kulbicki, M., Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, France, Michel.Kulbicki@ird.fr; McClanahan, T., Wildlife Conservation Society, Kenya, tmcclanahan@wcs.org; Caley, M. J., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, j.caley@aims.gov.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28149 | Poster ID 423

ASSESSMENT OF THE RESILIENCE POTENTIAL OF PALK BAY REEF THROUGH KEY INDICATORS

Manikandan, B., National Institute of Oceanography, India, manikandanb@nio.org; Ravindran, J., National Institute of Oceanography, India, jrav@nio.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28013 | Poster ID 424

WATER QUALITY AND HEALTH OF CORAL REEFS

Hinson, L. M., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, maehinson7@gmail.com; Davlasheridze, M., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, davlashm@tamug.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28328 | Poster ID 425

A BENCHMARK FOR COVER AND GENERIC DIVERSITY IN PHILIPPINE REEFS

Licuanan, W. Y., De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines, wilfredo.licuanan@dlsu.edu.ph; Robles, R., De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines, roblesreginec@gmail.com; Dygico, M., WWF-Philippines, Philippines, ; Songco, A., Tubbataha Management Office, Philippines, ; van Woesik, R., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, rvw@fit.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28379 | Poster ID 426

PROJECTING RESPONSES IN STRESSED MARINE SYSTEMS (PRISMS): MEASURING AND PROJECTING MULTIPLE LOCAL THREATS AT A GLOBAL SCALE

Bayley, D., Natural History Museum of London, United Kingdom, d.bayley@nhm.ac.uk;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28600 | Poster ID 427

CHANGES IN THE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE CORAL POCILLOPORA DAMICORNIS EXPOSED BY HIGH TEMPERATURE, ULTRAVIOLET AND FAR-RED RAYS

Camaya, A. P., Kochi University, Japan, lhex3479@gmail.com; Sekida, S., Kochi University, Japan, sekida@kochi-u.ac.jp; Okuda, K., Kochi University, Japan, okuda@kochi-u.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://sc1.cc.kochi-u.ac.jp/cellbio/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28606 | Poster ID 428

INTERRELATION AMONG FOOD WEBS IN MANGROVE CREEK, SEAGRASS BED AND ADJACENT REEF LAGOON IN ISHIGAKI ISLAND, JAPAN

Vu, H. M., Shizuoka University, Graduate School of Science and Technology, 836 Ohya, Suruga, Shizuoka, 422-8529, Japan, manhhung44sh@gmail.com; Casareto, B. E., Shizuoka University, Graduate School of Science and Technology, 836 Ohya, Suruga, Shizuoka, 422-8529, Japan, dcbeatr@ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp; Hayashizaki, K., Kitasato University, School of Marine Biosciences, Minami, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Tokyo, 252-0373, Japan, ken-ichi@kitasato-u.ac.jp; Suzuki, Y., Shizuoka University, Graduate School of Science and Technology, 836 Ohya, Suruga, Shizuoka, 422-8529, Japan, seysuzu@ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28458 | Poster ID 429

INITIAL FINDINGS OF THE 2014-2015 NATIONWIDE ASSESSMENT OF PHILIPPINE CORAL REEFS: NEW BENCHMARKS

Licuanan, A. M., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, dmlicuanan@gmail.com; Abesamis, M. R., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, regabesamis@gmail.com; Bara, A. S., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines, baraaldimar@gmail.com; Chan, M. A., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, marieangelicachan@gmail.com; Cruz, N. Q., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, njq.cruz@gmail.com; Deauna, J. L., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, jenniferdeauna@gmail.com; Eneria, J. A., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, jonathan.eneria27@gmail.com; Escudero, C. C., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines, kcescudero@yahoo.com; Hacla, I. S., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, imee.hacla@gmail.com; Lizares, C. B., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, carmelalizares@gmail.com; Luzon, K. S., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, katluzon@gmail.com; Mendoza, Y. F., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, ysadora.mendoza@dlsu.edu.ph; Mordeno, P. B., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines, princessmordeno@gmail.com; Narida, E. G., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines, ejgnarida@gmail.com; Opiña, J. J., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines, johnopina@yahoo.com.ph; Principe, A. S., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines, asprincipe@gmail.com; Rapada, Z. E., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, zeus.rapada@gmail.com; Reyes, M. Z., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, michellezreyes@yahoo.com; Robles, R. C., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, roblesreginec@gmail.com; Tan, D. D., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, donela.tan@gmail.com; Yñiguez, A. B., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, adrianneyniguez@gmail.com; Licuanan, W. Y., Br. Alfred Shields Ocean Research Center, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, wilfredo.licuanan@dlsu.edu.ph;

39 - Ridge to reef management approaches

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28256 | Poster ID 445

A MULTI-PLATFORM APPROACH TO MAP THE U.S. CORAL REEF TASK FORCE FAGAʻALU BAY WATERSHED PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE PRIORITY STUDY AREA, TUTUILA, AMERICAN SAMOA

Cochran, S. A., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, scochran@usgs.gov; Gibbs, A. E., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, agibbs@usgs.gov; D'Antonio, N. L., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, ndantonio@usgs.gov;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28044 | Poster ID 446

DYNAMIC MODEL OF CORAL REEFS ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT AT THE PRAMUKA ISLAND, THOUSAND ISLANDS MARINE NATIONAL PARK – INDONESIA

Suryo Kusumo, K., Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia, suryo.admin@gmail.com; Ario Damar, PhD, D., Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia, ; Mennofatria Boer, Prof., B., Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), , ; Y.C. Chang, C., Sun-Yat Sen University, Chinese Taiwan, ; F.W. Hong, H., Sun-Yat Sen University, Chinese Taiwan, ; M.T. Lee, L., Sun-Yat Sen University, Chinese Taiwan, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27970 | Poster ID 447

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON IMPACT OF DIVERS AT SIPADAN ISLAND PARK, SEMPORNA, SABAH

MAIDIN, N. H., SABAH PARKS, Malaysia, nasrulhm@gmail.com; NAIS, J., SABAH PARKS, Malaysia, jamilinais@gmail.com; MATSUMOTO, M. M., UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA SABAH, Malaysia, mabel@ums.edu.my;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29263 | Poster ID 449

DESIGN OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION MEASURES FOR A CORAL LAGOON BEACH IN MAURITIUS

Borrero, J. C., eCoast Ltd, New Zealand, jose@ecoast.co.nz; Clarke, M., Indufor Oy, Finland, majella.clarke@indufor.fi; Klaus, R., Indufor Oy, Finland, rebecca.klaus@gmail.com; Mead, S. T., eCoast Ltd., New Zealand, s.mead@ecoast.co.nz; Persand, S., CLAMS Ltd., Mauritius, s.persand@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30081 | Poster ID 451

THE EFFECTS OF JAPANESE STYLE MPAS AND ACANTHASTER PLANCI ON CORAL COVER IN ISHIGAKI JAPAN

Conley, D. D., University of California San Diego, USA, d1conley@ucsd.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30005 | Poster ID 453

TERRIGENOUS SEDIMENT DYNAMICS IN A SMALL, TROPICAL FRINGING-REEF EMBAYMENT, AMERICAN SAMOA

Messina, A. T., San Diego State University, USA, amessina@rohan.sdsu.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30105 | Poster ID 454

RESPONSE OF EARLY CORAL SETTLERS TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION IN PELEKANE BAY, HAWAI‘I

Stender, Y. O., University of Hawai‘i, Geography and HIMB, USA, ystender@hawaii.edu; Jokiel, P. L., University of Hawai‘i, HIMB, USA, jokiel@hawaii.edu; Rogers, K. S., University of Hawai‘i, HIMB, USA, kuuleir@hawaii.edu;

41 - Reefs of tomorrow: Applications of reef restoration, structure, and conservation for socio-economic risk reduction and climate adaptation

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27842 | Poster ID 468

MITIGATING PRESSURES IN HIGH TRAFFICKED AREAS USING CUSTOM DESIGNED REEFS

Cook, K., Byron Bay High School, Australia, kailashecocook@gmail.com; Cook, N., Southern Cross University, Australia, burger@himalayanexposure.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28902 | Poster ID 469

ELECTROLYSIS, HALOGEN OXIDIZING AGENTS AND REEF RESTORATION

Koster, J. W., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, jkoster@ucsc.edu; Potts, D. C., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, potts@biology.ucsc.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29508 | Poster ID 470

CLIMATE CHANGE STUDIES CAN DIRECT RESTORATION TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE CORAL REEF RESILIENCE

Dungan, A. M., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, adungan@mote.org; Frank, C. G., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, cgfrank17@gmail.com; Garlock, J. E., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, jgarlock3@gmail.com; Hall, E. R., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, emily8@mote.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28944 | Poster ID 472

CORAL REEF RESTORATION THROUGH MANAGEMENT OF THE ALIEN INVASIVE THROUGH THE USE OF MECHANICAL REMOVAL AND BIO-CONTROL EFFORTS

Neilson, B. J., Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, brian.j.neilson@hawaii.gov; Wall, C. B., University of Hawaii, USA, ; Mancini, F., University of Hawaii, USA, ; Gewecke, C. A., Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ais/invasivealgae/supersucker/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29017 | Poster ID 474

TESTING MITIGATION TECHNIQUES TO STOP THE PROGRESSION OF CARIBBEAN YELLOW-BAND DISEASE ON ORBICELLA FAVEOLATA

Muller, E. M., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, emuller@mote.org; Randall, C. J., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, crandall2012@fit.edu; Hillis-Starr, Z., National Park Service, U.S. Virgin Isles, zandy_hillis-starr@nps.gov; Lundgren, I. F., US Navy, NAVFAC, USA, ian.f.lundgren@navy.mil;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29060 | Poster ID 475

REEF FLAT RECOVERY FOLLOWING LARGE-SCALE REMOVAL OF INVASIVE ALGAE

Minton, D., The Nature Conservancy, USA, dminton@tnc.org; Dykes, R., Malama Maunalua, USA, ; Taylor, L., Malama Maunalua, USA, ; Mejia, M., The Nature Conservancy, USA, ; Conklin, E., The Nature Conservancy, USA, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29722 | Poster ID 476

HATCHERY PRODUCTION OF TRIPNEUSTES GRATILLA FOR BIOCONTROL OF INVASIVE SEAWEEDS IN CORAL REEF RESTORATION

Cohen, D. L., Hawaii DLNR, Anuenue Fisheries Research Center, USA, dlcohen@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29905 | Poster ID 477

EFFECTS OF AN ATYPICAL RAINFALL SEASON IN THE ACROPORA PALMATA POPULATION OF THE SIAN KAAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE

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

ePoster Link: http://www.oceanus.org.mx

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

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29847 | Poster ID 478

LOOKING BACK TO LOOK FORWARD: AN EVOLUTION OF ACROPORA RESTORATION TECHNIQUES

Levy, J. S., Coral Restoration Foundation, USA, jessica@coralrestoration.org; Ripple, K. J., Coral Restoration Foundation, USA, kayla@coralrestoration.org; Nedimyer, K., Coral Restoration Foundation, USA, ken@coralrestoration.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.coralrestoration.org/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29443 | Poster ID 480

THE 26 YEARS OLD CAPTIVE REEF KEPT AT THE MONACO’S OCEANOGRAPHIC MUSEUM

Jaubert, J. M., Monaco's Oceanographic Museum, Monaco, jmjaubert@wanadoo.fr; Allemand, D., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, allemand@centrescientifique.mc; Alliouane, S., Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche-sur-mer, Laboratoire d'Océanographie, France, ; Gattuso, J. P., Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche-sur-mer, Laboratoire d'Océanographie, France, ; Orengo, S., Musée océanographique, Monaco, ; Maurel, P., Musée océanographique, Monaco, ; Reynaud, S., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, ; Tambutté, E., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, ; Zoccola, D., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, zoccola@centrescientifique.mc;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29305 | Poster ID 481

SURVIVAL AND GROWTH MONITORING OF TRANSPLANTED CORALS IN SPECIAL RESERVE, REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES

Reveret, C., Creocean, France, reveret@creocean.fr; Frias-Torres, S., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, sfriastorres@gmail.com; Montoya-Maya, P., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, phmontoya@gmail.com; Shah, N., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, nirmal@natureseychelles.org ; Henri, K., Nature Seychelles, Seychelles, projects@natureseychelles.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.creocean.fr/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29387 | Poster ID 482

ENVIRONMENTALLY MEDIATED MATERNAL EFFECTS IN STYLOPHORA PISTILLATA FROM THE GULF OF AQABA, RED SEA.

Bellworthy, J., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, jb13g12@soton.ac.uk;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27927 | Poster ID 483

EVALUATION OF ACROPORA CERVICORNIS PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES IN AN OCEAN-BASED NURSERY WITH CONSIDERATION OF CORAL GENOTYPE

O'Donnell, K. E., University of Florida-IFAS, USA, kelliodonnell@ufl.edu; Lohr, K. E., University of Florida-IFAS, USA, kelohr@ufl.edu; Bartels, E., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, ebartels@mote.org; Patterson, J. T., University of Florida-IFAS/The Florida Aquarium, USA, joshpatterson@ufl.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28109 | Poster ID 484

HAWAIIAN POCCILOPORA DAMICORNIS BABIES LEAD THE WAY TO REEF RESTORATION

Wolke, C. S., Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, chelsea.s.wolke@hawaii.gov; Chan, C. T., Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, norton.t.chan@hawaii.edu; Gulko, D. A., Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, david.a.gulko@hawaii.gov; Ranson, S. P., Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, stephen.p.ranson@hawaii.gov; Del Rio Torres, L., Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, laura.delriotorres@hawaii.gov;

42B - Propagation and active reef restoration - distribution, transplantation, monitoring and evaluation of restoration activities

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27968 | Poster ID 485

ASSESSING FACTORS AFFECTING CORAL TRANSPLANTATION SUCCESS IN INNER APRA HARBOR, GUAM

Spring, K. D., CSA Ocean Sciences Inc., USA, kspring@conshelf.com; Wild, B. J., Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center – Pacific, USA, bill.wild@navy.mil; Khan, A. A., HDR, USA, anwar.khan@hdrinc.com; Marx, Jr., D. E., Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center – Pacific, USA, donald.marx@navy.mil; Smith, S. H., Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center – Pacific, USA, stephen.h.smith@navy.mil; Cooke, C. A., Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center – Pacific, USA, ckurtz@spawar.navy.mil; Ampela, K., HDR, USA, kristen.ampela@hdrinc.com; Lundgren, I. F., United States Navy, NAVFAC Pacific, USA, ian.f.lundgren@navy.mil;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28545 | Poster ID 486

CORAL FARMING AND OUT-PLANTING BY MEANS OF CORAL REEF PRESERVATION AND REHABILITATION IN OKINAWA

Nakamura, A., Okinawa Prefectural Government, Japan, nakmurak@pref.okinawa.lg.jp; Kamiya, D., Okinawa Prefectural Government, Japan, kamiyada@pref.okinawa.lg.jp; Higa, T., Okinawa Prefectural Government, Japan, higatsuy@pref.okinawa.lg.jp; Idei, W., Okinawa Prefectural Government, Japan, ideiwata@pref.okinawa.lg.jp; Kubo, H., Okinawa Prefectural Government, Japan, kubohrfm@pref.okinawa.lg.jp; Janadou, S., Okinawa Prefectural Government, Japan, janadous@pref.okinawa.lg.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28533 | Poster ID 487

CORAL TRANSPLANT SUITABILITY STUDY OF OKINOTORISHIMA BY THE SUPERPOSITION OF CORAL DISTRIBUTION AND HABITAT CONDITION.

KATAYAMA, E., KOKUSAI KOGYO OO,.LTD., Japan, etsujiro_katayama@kk-grp.jp; YONEZAWA, Y., KOKUSAI KOGYO OO,.LTD., Japan, yasuo_yonezawa@kk-grp.jp; KOMATSU, T., KOKUSAI KOGYO OO,.LTD., Japan, toshiaki_komatsu@kk-grp.jp; Ando, W., Fisheries Infrastructure Development Center, Japan, w-ando@fidec.or.jp; Uchida, S., Fisheries Agency, Japan, satoshi_uchida@nm.maff.go.jp; Nakamura, K., Fisheries Agency, Japan, kousuke_nakamura@nm.maff.go.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28535 | Poster ID 488

SUCCESSFUL CORAL RESTORATION VIA FRAGMENT TRANSPLANTATION IN GULF OF MANNAR, INDIA

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; Rajesh, S., Suganthi Devadason Marine Research Institute, India, rajesh_sthevan2007@yahoo.co.in; Edward J K, P., Suganthi Devadason Marine Research Institute, India, edwardjkpatterson@yahoo.co.in;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28354 | Poster ID 489

INITIAL OUTPLANT PERFORMANCE OF ACROPORA CERVICORNIS ACROSS THREE REEF ZONES IN THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

Lohr, K. E., University of Florida-IFAS, USA, kelohr@ufl.edu; Manfrino, C., Central Caribbean Marine Institute, USA, manfrino@reefresearch.org; Patterson, J. T., University of Florida-IFAS/The Florida Aquarium, USA, joshpatterson@ufl.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28806 | Poster ID 490

A COMPARISON OF STAGHORN CORAL FECUNDITY AND SPAWNING OBSERVATIONS FOR WILD, OUTPLANT, AND NURSERY COLONIES

Correia, K. B., Nova Southeastern University Halmos College of Natural Sci. and Oceanography, USA, kc1256@nova.edu; Goldenberg, E. D., Nova Southeastern University Halmos College of Natural Sci. and Oceanography, USA, eg871@nova.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30095 | Poster ID 492

COMPARISONS OF SYMBIOTIC DINOFLAGELLTE COMPOSITIONS OF CORALS IN THE UPPER GULF OF THAILAND AND IN CORAL HATCHERY: IMPLICATION FOR CORAL TRANSPLANTATION PLAN

Viyakarn, V., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, voranop.v@chula.ac.th; Jandang, S., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, bio_aqa@hotmail.com; Rattanawongwan, T., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, wonku_kelly@hotmail.com; Piyapattanakorn, S., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, meanakorn42@yahoo.co.uk; Kumdeengern, J., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, coral_unit@hotmail.com; Chavanich, S., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, suchana.c@chula.ac.th;

ePoster Link: http://www.rbrg.sc.chula.ac.th

43 - New large-scale strategies in coral reef mitigation supporting reef recovery – creating a toolbox

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44 - Emerging technologies in cellular, molecular, and ecotoxicology techniques

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28739 | Poster ID 495

METHODOLOGY TO SCREEN CHEMICALS FOR THEIR POTENTIAL BLEACHING EFFECTS ON CORALS: APPLICATION TO UV FILTERS

Fel, J. P., L’Oréal Research & Innovation, France, JPFEL@rd.loreal.com; Bensetra, A., L’Oréal Research & Innovation, France, ABENSETRA@rd.loreal.com; Mezzache, S., L’Oréal Research & Innovation, France, SMEZZACHE@rd.loreal.com; Beraud, É., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, eberaud@centrescientifique.mc; Ferrier-Pages, C., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, ferrier@centrescientifique.mc; Allemand, D., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, allemand@centrescientifique.mc; Léonard, M., L’Oréal Research & Innovation, , MLEONARD@rd.loreal.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29185 | Poster ID 496

PHOTO PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF RU (II) AND CO (III) COMPOUNDS ON THE SYMBIOTIC ZOOXANTHELLAE ISOLATED FROM THE SEA ANEMONE STICHODACTYLA HADDONI

Ravindran, J., National Institute of Oceanography, India, jravi11@gmail.com; Indumathy, R., Karunya University, India, ; Manikandan, B., National Institute of Oceanography, India, manikandanb@nio.org; Viji, P., Bharathidasan University, India, ; Keshavmurthy, S., Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29095 | Poster ID 497

MOLECULAR CYTOGENETIC STUDY ON SCLERACTINIAN CORAL COELASTREA ASPERA (VERRILL 1865)

Taguchi, T., Kochi university, Japan, ttaguchi@kochi-u.ac.jp; Kubota, S., Kochi university, Japan, kubota@kochi-u.ac.jp; Mezaki, T., Kuroshio Biological Research Foundation, Japan, mezaki@kuroshio.or.jp; Tagami, E., Kochi Medical School, Japan, b15m6d04@s.kochi-u.ac.jp; Sekida, S., Kochi University, Japan, sekida@kochi-u.ac.jp; Okuda, K., Kochi university, Japan, okuda@kochi-u.ac.jp; Tominaga, A., Kochi university, Japan, tominaga@kochi-u.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.cc.kochi-u.ac.jp/~ttaguchi/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29234 | Poster ID 498

MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SPONGE-VIRUS ASSOCIATIONS USING TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY

Pascelli, C., James Cook University, Australia, ceciliapascelli@gmail.com; Kupresanin, M., KAUST, Saudi Arabia, marija.kupresanin@kaust.edu.sa;

45 - Fluorescence on Coral Reefs: From Biology to Technology

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28694 | Poster ID 500

DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMPLE AND EASY-TO-USE MULTI-WAVELENGTH EXCITATION IN-SITU FLUORESCENCE IMAGING APPARATUS

Furushima, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, furus@jamstec.go.jp; Agostini, S., Shimoda Marine Research Center (SMRC), University of Tsukuba, Japan, agostini_sylvain@shimoda.tsukuba.ac.jp; Maruyama, T., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, tadashim@jamstec.go.jp; Shigeno, S., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, sushigeno@jamstec.go.jp; Suzuki, S., O.R.E., Japan, orengmarin@aol.com; Yamamoto, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, kyama@jamstec.go.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28158 | Poster ID 501

NOVEL SURVEY METHOD FOR BIOFLUORESCENT FISHES FINDS LOW ABUNDANCES OF PYGMY SEAHORSES IN INDONESIA

De Brauwer, M., Curtin University, Australia, maarten.debrauwer@curtin.edu.au; Hobbs, J. A., Curtin University, Australia, Jp.Hobbs@curtin.edu.au; McIlwain, J. L., Curtin University, Australia, Jennifer.Mcilwain@curtin.edu.au; Harvey, E. S., Curtin University, Australia, Euan.Harvey@curtin.edu.au;

ePoster Link: https://crittersresearch.wordpress.com

47 - Movement ecology on coral reefs

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28832 | Poster ID 515

VERTICAL MOVEMENT PATTERNS OF JUVENILE WHALE SHARKS RHINCODON TYPUS AT A SEASONAL AGGREGATION IN SAUDI ARABIAN RED SEA

Sun, L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, lu.sun@kaust.edu.sa; Sinclair-Taylor, T. H., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Tane.Sinclairtaylor@kaust.edu.sa; Cochran, J. E., Red Sea Safaris, USA, jesse.e.m.cochran@gmail.com; Hardenstine, R. S., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, royale.hardenstine@kaust.edu.sa; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29359 | Poster ID 516

HOME RANGE, ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND INDIVIDUAL HABITAT TRANSITIONS OF DUSKY PARROTFISH SCARUS NIGER ON INTACT AND TYPHOON-IMPACTED CORAL REEFS

Moland, E., Institute of Marine Research, Norway, even.moland@imr.no; Abesamis, R. A., SUAKCREM, Philippines, rene.abesamis@gmail.com; Freitas, C., University of Agder, Norway, carla.freitas@uia.no; Nash, K. L., University of Tasmania, Australia, nashkirsty@gmail.com; Regalado, A. C., Apo Island Protected Landscape and Seascape Management Board, Philippines, anncandido@yahoo.com; Russ, G. R., James Cook University, Australia, garry.russ@jcu.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29867 | Poster ID 517

MOVEMENTS OF APEX PREDATORS IN A SMALL, ISOLATED MARINE PROTECTED AREA WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.

Filous, A., Fisheries Ecology Research Laboratory, USA, afilous@hawaii.edu; Wong, A. K., Division of Aquatic Resources Maui, USA, adam.k.wong@hawaii.gov; Sparks, R. T., Division of Aquatic Resources Maui, USA, russell.t.sparks@hawaii.gov; Friedlander, A., Fisheries Ecology Research Laboratory, USA, friedlan@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28488 | Poster ID 518

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS SHAPE SPACE USE OF CORAL REEF FISH

Cagua, E. F., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, fernando@cagua.co; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa; Tyler, E. H., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ehtyler@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28019 | Poster ID 519

MOVEMENTS OF THE REEF MANTA RAY (MANTA ALFREDI) IN THE RED SEA USING SATELLITE AND ACOUSTIC TELEMETRY

Braun, C. D., MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography, USA, cbraun@whoi.edu; Skomal, G. B., Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, USA, gregory.skomal@state.ma.us; Thorrold, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sthorrold@whoi.edu; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29805 | Poster ID 520

MODELING MARINE METAPOPULATION CONNECTIVITY: UNDERSTANDING OCEANOGRAPHIC AND LIFE HISTORY INTERACTIONS ACROSS MULTIPLE SPATIAL SCALES

Kellner, J. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution , USA, jkellner@whoi.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30007 | Poster ID 521

FINE-SCALE POPULATION STRUCTURE OF TWO HOST SEA ANEMONE SPECIES IN KIMBE BAY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Gatins, R., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, rgatins@ucsc.edu; Saenz-Agudelo, P., Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile, pablo.saenzagudelo@gmail.com; Scott, A., National Marine Science Centre, Southern Cross University, Australia, anna.scott@scu.edu.au; Jones, G. P., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Australia, geoffrey.jones@jcu.edu.au; Thorrold, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sthorrold@whoi.edu; Planes, S., CRIOBE, Université de Perpignan, French Polynesia, planes@univ-perp.fr; Berumen, M. L., Red Sea Research Center, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa;

50 - Modeling and computational tools for coral reef management and conservation

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29761 | Poster ID 524

A COMPARATIVE NETWORKANALYSIS OF A MARGINAL REEF FROM THE EASTERN PACIFIC PRIOR AND AFTER 20 YEARS OF PROTECTION

Calderon-Aguilera, L. E., CICESE, Mexico, leca@cicese.mx; Reyes-Bonilla, H., UABCS, Mexico, hreyes@uabcs.mx;

ePoster Link: http://www.cicese.edu.mx

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29404 | Poster ID 526

A DYNAMIC MODEL OF THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ACROPORA CERVICORNIS AND ITS ENVIRONMENT

Ruiz-Diaz, C. P., University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, claudiapatriciaruiz@gmail.com; Nieves, A., University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, aniel.nieves@upr.edu ; Toledo-Hernández, C., University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, c_toledo_hernandez@yahoo.com; Roberson, L. M., University of Puerto Rico, , loretta.roberson@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29514 | Poster ID 527

IDENTIFICATION OF PRIORITIES FOR THE EXPANSION OF THE MARINE PROTECTED AREA ESTATE OF REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES (INDIAN OCEAN)

Klaus, R., GOS-UNDP-GEF Programme Coordination Unit, P.O. Box 130, Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles, rebecca.klaus@gmail.com; Sims, H. E., GOS-UNDP-GEF Programme Coordination Unit, P.O. Box 130, Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles, aneleh_sims@hotmail.com; Prosper, J., GoS Ministry of Environment & Energy, P.O. Box 445 Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles, j.prosper@env.gov.sc; Grieser-Johns, A., GOS-UNDP-GEF Programme Coordination Unit, P.O. Box 130, Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles, a.grieserjohns@pcusey.sc; Dogley, D., GoS Ministry of Environment & Energy, P.O. Box 445 Victoria, Mahé, Seychelles, d.dogley@gov.sc;

ePoster Link: http://www.pcusey.sc/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29181 | Poster ID 530

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS LIMITING FERTILISATION AND LARVAL SUCCESS IN CORALS

Woods, R. M., Macquarie Univeristy, Australia, rachael.maree.woods@gmail.com; Baird, A. H., James Cook University, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies , Australia, andrew.baird@jcu.edu.au; Mizerek, T. L., Macquarie University, Australia, toni.mizerek@mq.edu.au; Madin, J. S., Macquarie University, Australia, joshua.madin@mq.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28108 | Poster ID 531

MODEL SUGGESTS CORAL POPULATION RECOVERY AFTER REMOVAL OF ANTHROPOGENIC DISTURBANCE (LUHUITOU, HAINAN, SOUTH CHINA SEA)

Zhao, M., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, zhaomeix@scsio.ac.cn ; Riegl, B., Nova Southeastern University, USA, rieglb@nova.edu; Yu, K., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, kefuyu@scsio.ac.cn; Shi, Q., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, shiqi@scsio.ac.cn; Zhang, Q., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, qmzhang@scsio.ac.cn; Liu, G., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, sdlgbio@126.com; Yang, H., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, hqyang@scsio.ac.cn; Yan, H., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, yanhq@scsio.ac.cn;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27807 | Poster ID 532

HOW ACCESSIBLE ARE CORAL REEFS TO PEOPLE? A GLOBAL ASSESSMENT BASED ON TRAVEL TIME

Maire, E., MARBEC, UMR IRD-CNRS-UM-IFREMER 9190, Université Montpellier, France, eva.maire@umontpellier.fr; Cinner, J., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, joshua.cinner@jcu.edu.au ; Velez, L., MARBEC, UMR IRD-CNRS-UM-IFREMER 9190, Université Montpellier, France, laure.velez@gmail.com ; Huchery, C., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, cindy.huchery@jcu.edu.au ; Mora, C., Department of Geography, University of Hawaii at Mãnoa, USA, cmora@hawaii.edu ; D'agata, S., MARBEC, UMR IRD-CNRS-UM-IFREMER 9190, Université Montpellier, France, dagatastephanie@gmail.com ; Vigliola, L., ENTROPIE, UMR IRD-UR-CNRS 9220, Laboratoire d’Excellence LABEX CORAIL, IRD, France, laurent.vigliola@ird.fr ; Wantiez, L., EA4243 LIVE, University of New Caledonia, France, laurent.wantiez@univ-nc.nc ; Kulbicki, M., ENTROPIE, UMR IRD-UR-CNRS 9220, Laboratoire d’Excellence LABEX CORAIL, IRD, France, michel.kulbicki@ird.fr ; Mouillot, D., MARBEC, UMR IRD-CNRS-UM-IFREMER 9190, Université Montpellier, France, david.mouillot@univ-montp2.fr;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28638 | Poster ID 533

INFORMING CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT PLANS TO IMPROVE COASTAL WATER QUALITY: AN APPLICATION OF NUMERICAL MODELS AND OBSERVING SYSTEMS IN THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Brinkman, R. M., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, r.brinkman@aims.gov.asu; Tonin, H., AIMS, Australia, h.tonin@aims.gov.au; Herzfeld, M., CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship, Australia, Mike.Herzfeld@csiro.au; Rizwi, F., CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship, Australia, farhan.rizwi@csiro.au; Andrewartha, J., CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship, Australia, John.Andrewartha@csiro.au; Baird, M., CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship, Australia, Mark.Baird@csiro.au; Furnas, M., AIMS, Australia, m.furnas@aims.gov.au;

ePoster Link: http://aims.gov.au

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28196 | Poster ID 534

NOAA CORAL REEF WATCH’S PROBABILISTIC SEASONAL-SCALE CORAL BLEACHING THERMAL STRESS OUTLOOK SYSTEM FOR INFORMING MANAGEMENT DECISIONS

Liu, G., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD;Global Science & Technology Inc., Greenbelt, MD, USA, gang.liu@noaa.gov; Chen, M., Climate Prediction Center, NOAA/NWS/NCEP, College Park, MD 20740, USA, Mingyue.Chen@noaa.gov; Eakin, C. M., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD 20740, USA, Mark.Eakin@noaa.gov; Kumar, A., Climate Prediction Center, NOAA/NWS/NCEP, College Park, MD 20740, USA, arun.kumar@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; Geiger, E. F., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD;Global Science & Technology Inc., Greenbelt, MD, USA, erick.geiger@noaa.gov; Heron, S. F., Coral Reef Watch-ReefSense, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, Townsville, QLD; Global Science & Technology, Inc., Australia, scott.heron@noaa.gov; Skirving, W. J., Coral Reef Watch-ReefSense, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, Townsville, QLD; Global Science & Technology, Inc., Australia, William.Skirving@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; Strong, A. E., Coral Reef Watch, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, College Park, MD;Global Science & Technology Inc., Greenbelt, MD, USA, alan.e.strong@noaa.gov; 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;

ePoster Link: http://coralreefwatch.noaa.gov/satellite/bleachingoutlook_cfs/outlook_cfs.php

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28793 | Poster ID 535

PRIORITIZING SUITABLE CORAL RESTORATION SITES THROUGH ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING CORAL MONITORING DATA

Wirt, K. E., University of South Florida/Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, USA, kwirt09@gmail.com; McEachron, L., Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, USA, luke.mceachron@myfwc.com; Lunz, K. S., Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute , USA, kate.lunz@myfwc.com; Hallock, P., University of South Florida, USA, pmuller@usf.edu;

52 - Big Data: Using open access, evolving platforms and the emerging field of data science to improve resource management

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29034 | Poster ID 543

CONTINENTAL SCALE ESTUARINE WATER QUALITY TRENDS FROM REMOTE SENSING TIME SERIES

Lyons, M., UNSW Australia, Australia, mitchell.lyons@unsw.edu.au; Bugnot, A., UNSW Australia, , ; Clark, G., UNSW Australia, , ; Fyfe, S., Geoscience Australia, , ; Griffin, K., UNSW Australia, , ; Lewis, A., Geoscience Australia, , ; Scanes, P., NSW Office of Environment and Herritage, , ; Johnston, E., UNSW Australia, , ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28106 | Poster ID 544

LINKING PLOT TO REEF SCALES – HOW REEF SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT BENEFITS FROM OPEN DATA, MODELS AND KNOWLEDGE

Phinn, S. R., The University of Queensland, Australia, s.phinn@uq.edu.au; Roelfsema, C. M., The University of Queensland, Australia, c.roelfsema@uq.edu.au; Goodman, J., HySpeed Computing, USA, jgoodman@hyspeedcomputing.com;

53 - Discussion & Synthesis: Emerging technologies for reef science and conservation

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28454 | Poster ID 545

IN-SITU MEASUREMENTS OF SOLAR EXPOSURE DISTRIBUTION ON A CORAL REEF: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS RELATING TO REEF ASPECT, WATER TURBIDITY AND DOSIMETER DESIGN

Downs, N. J., University of Southern Queensland, Australia, downsn@usq.edu.au; Schouten, P. W., , Australia, peter.schoutenau@gmail.com; Parisi, A. V., University of Southern Queensland, Australia, parisi@usq.edu.au;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28678 | Poster ID 546

HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING OF CORALS IN LABORATORY CONDITIONS

Kutser, T., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, tiit.kutser@sea.ee; Vahtmäe, E., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, ele.vahtmae@sea.ee; Põllumäe, A., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, arno.pollumae@ut.ee;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29565 | Poster ID 548

ADVANCING ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING SOLUTIONS FOR OUR WORLD'S OCEANS

Sobin, J. M., Kongsberg Underwater Technology, Inc. , USA, jacob.sobin@km.kongsberg.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29727 | Poster ID 549

AN ACCURATE AND COST-EFFECTIVE REEF SURVEY METHOD: VIDEO TRANSECTS WITH GOPRO® TECHNOLOGY

Townsend, J. E., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, joetown94@gmail.com; Baumann, J. H., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, j.baumann3@gmail.com; Aichelman, H. E., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, hannahaichelman@gmail.com; Courtney, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, traviscourtney@gmail; Davies, S. W., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, daviessw@gmail.com; Castillo, K. D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, kdcastil@email.unc.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29432 | Poster ID 550

COMPARING IN SITU AND SATELLITE-BASED WATER TEMPERATURE DATA OVER TROPICAL CORAL REEFS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ECOLOGICAL FORECASTING

Shein, K. A., Central Caribbean Marine Institute, USA, kshein@reefresearch.org; Camp, M., Stetson University, USA, mcamp@stetson.edu; Gramer, L. J., NOAA CIMAS, USA, Lew.Gramer@noaa.gov; Hendee, J. C., NOAA AOML, USA, Jim.Hendee@noaa.gov; Foster, K. A., Central Caribbean Marine Institute, Cayman Islands, kfoster@reefresearch.org; Manfrino, C., Central Caribbean Marine Institute, Cayman Islands, manfrino@reefresearch.org; Hetzinger, S., GEOMAR, Germany, shetzinger@geomar.de; Hughes, H., Central Caribbean Marine Institute, Cayman Islands, hhughes@reefresearch.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29244 | Poster ID 551

AUTOMATED CHANGE DETECTION IN CORAL REEF IMAGES CAPTURED BY MULTIPLE CAMERAS OVER TIME

Dagum, L. J., University of the Philippines - Diliman, Philippines, ldagum@nip.upd.edu.ph; Licuanan, W., De La Salle University, Philippines, licuananw@gmail.com; Soriano, M., University of the Philippines - Diliman, Philippines, msoriano@nip.upd.edu.ph;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29922 | Poster ID 552

A CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SPATIAL PATTERNS OF SCLERACTINIAN CORALS AT PALMYRA ATOLL

Edwards, C. B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, clint@ucsd.edu; Eynaud, Y. X., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, yenaud@ucsd.edu; Williams, G. J., School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, USA, g.j.williams@bangor.ac.uk ; Zgliczynski, B. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, bzgliczy@ucsd.edu ; Gleason, A. C., University of Miami, USA, University of Miami; Smith, J. E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, jes013@ucsd.edu; Sandin, S. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, ssandin@ucsd.edu;

57 - Capacity building in ocean governance and coral reef ecosystem management: Equipping leaders, practitioners, and institutions to sustain healthy ecosystems

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29668 | Poster ID 558

OCEANIC FARMED FLORIDA ACROPORA CERVICORNIS: SPAWNING, VIABILITY, TRANSPORTING AND SETTLING IN LAND-BASED AQUACULTURE FACILITIES AS A RESTORATION STRATEGY

Than, J. T., The Florida Aquarium's Center for Conservation, USA, jthan@flaquarium.org; Flint, M., University of Florida, USA, flintm@ufl.edu; Ripple, K. J., Coral Restoration Foundation, USA, kjripple@ufl.edu; Klobuchar, R., The Florida Aquarium's Center for Conservation, USA, rklobuchar@flaquarium.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29751 | Poster ID 559

PILOT PROGRAM: DIVERSIFYING FISHERMEN INCOME GENERATION ACTIVITIES TO REDUCE LOCAL IMPACTS ON PUNTA CANA´S CORAL REEF COMMUNITIES, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.

Galvan, V. M., Puntacana Ecological Foundation, Dominican Republic, vgalvan@puntacana.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.puntacana.org

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30113 | Poster ID 561

CROWD-SOURCING CORAL REEF VISUALIZATION- THE ARRAS EXPERIENCE

Soriano, M. N., University of the Philippines, Philippines, jing.soriano@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://arrasph.weebly.com

58 - The science of compliance: linking judicial actions, enforcement and management for policy and practice

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29740 | Poster ID 562

DESIGNING AND FINANCING OPTIMAL ENFORCEMENT FOR SMALL-SCALE FISHERIES AND DIVE TOURISM INDUSTRIES

McDonald, G. G., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, gmcdonald@bren.ucsb.edu; Mangin, T. E., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, traceymangin@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29895 | Poster ID 563

MAKAI WATCH: BUILDING A BRIDGE FOR GOVERNMENT ENGAGEMENT WITH COMMUNITY STEWARDS

Maurin, P., NOAA Coral , USA, paulo.maurin@noaa.gov; Kekoa, L., State of Hawaii - Div of Conservation & Resource Enforcement , USA, edward.l.kekoa@hawaii.gov;

ePoster Link: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/makaiwatch/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28952 | Poster ID 564

PERMITTING OF A PIER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT IN HONOLULU HARBOR, OAHU, HAWAI'I

Burr, S. E., AECOS, USA, sburr@aecos.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28018 | Poster ID 566

CATALYSING MANAGEMENT OF MARINE RESOURCES THROUGH A FISHER’S ELECTRONIC REGISTRY AND LICENSING SYSTEM

Alegría, A., Centro de Estudios Marinos, Honduras, andres@estudiosmarinos.org; Box, S., Smithsonian Institution, USA, boxs@si.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.utilaecology.org

62 - A critical examination of ecosystem response to herbivore management

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28510 | Poster ID 581

QUANTIFYING HERBIVORY ON CORAL REEFS TO DEVELOP A METRIC FOR MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION OF CARIBBEAN PARROTFISHES

Roycroft, M. V., California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA, mroycrof@calpoly.edu; Ruttenberg, B. I., California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA, bruttenb@calpoly.edu; Adam, T. C., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, thomascadam@gmail.com; Dubbs, A. C., University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, USA, ; Smith, T. B., University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, USA, ; Brandt, M. E., University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, USA, ;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28481 | Poster ID 582

SIGANUS VIRGATUS IS A KEY BROWSER IN CORAL REEFS OF THE GULF OF THAILAND

Puk, L. D., University of Queensland and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, puk.laura@googlemail.com; Schoenig, E., CoreSEA, Thailand, eike@coresea.com; Mumby, P. J., University of Queensland and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, p.j.mumby@uq.edu.au; Wild, C., University of Bremen, Germany, christian.wild@uni-bremen.de;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29985 | Poster ID 583

FLESHY MACROALGAE SHARE DOMINANCE WITH OTHER ORGANISMS ON DEGRADED CORAL REEFS

Lang, J. C., AGRRA, USA, jlang@ripposi.net; Kramer, P. A., The Nature Conservancy, USA, pkramer@TNC.ORG; Marks, K. W., AGRRA, USA, ken@ken-marks.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29862 | Poster ID 584

ASSESSMENT OF THE FUNCTIONAL COMPLEMENTARITY AMONG GRAZING HAWAIIAN SURGEONFISH: A MULTI-PRONGED APPROACH

Clements, S. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, USA, smclemen@ucsd.edu; Kelly, E. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, USA, elkelly@ucsd.edu; Lewis, L. S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, USA, lslewis@ucsd.edu; Smith, J. E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, USA, smithj@ucsd.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29890 | Poster ID 585

INFLUENCE OF CORAL REEF STRUCTURE ON BEHAVIOR OF CARIBBEAN HERBIVOROUS FISHES

Duran, A., Florida International University, USA, adura023@fiu.edu;

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

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28672 | Poster ID 679

BULELENG MARINE MANAGE AREAS NETWORK DEVELOPMENT. JUST DO IT. LESSON ON HOW TO INITIATE MARINE MANAGE AREA (MMA) WITH LOCAL RESOURCES

Niken, V., CORAL, Indonesia, vniken@coral.org; Setiasih, N., Reef Check Foundation Indonesia, Indonesia, nsetiasih@reefcheck.org; Ratha, I. M., Coral Reef Alliance, Indonesia, iratha@coral.org; Purwita, D., Reef Check Foundation Indonesia, Indonesia, derta@reefcheck.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 27901 | Poster ID 680

CO-MANAGING AND PROTECTING CORAL REEFS THROUGH PAPAHANAUMOKUAKEA MARINE NATIONAL MONUMENT’S PERMIT PROGRAM

Rivera, J. K., NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, USA, Justin.Rivera@noaa.gov;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30015 | Poster ID 681

ACROPORA CERVICORNIS SPAWNING PROJECT: A PARTNERSHIP ACROSS ORGANIZATIONS PROVIDING ADDITIONAL SOLUTIONS TO REEF RECOVERY

Ripple, K. J., Coral Restoration Foundation, University of Florida, USA, Kayla@coralrestoration.org; Levy, J. S., Coral Restoration Foundation, USA, Jessica@coralrestoration.org; Than, J., The Florida Aquarium's Center for Conservation, USA, Jthan@flaquarium.org; Klobuchar, R., The Florida Aquarium's Center for Conservation, USA, rklobuchar@flaquarium.org; Flint, M., University of Florida, The Florida Aquarium's Center for Conservation, USA, flintm@ufl.edu; Nediymer, K., Coral Restoration Foundation, USA, Ken@coralrestoration.org;

73B - Co-management: partnerships for achieving effective resource outcomes on coral reefs - partnerships with and among communities and stakeholders

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29934 | Poster ID 682

BUILDING ISLAND RESILIENCE AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE THROUGH A COMMUNITY-BASED WATERSHED AND CORAL REEF REVIVAL INITIATIVE

Shelton III, A. J., Kewalo Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, austin.j.shelton@gmail.com; Richmond, R. H., Kewalo Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, richmond@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28168 | Poster ID 684

THREE CORAL HEALTH PROJECTS IN COLLABORATION WITH NOAA EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

Kaplan, M. A., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, marlene.kaplan@noaa.gov; Warner, R. A., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, Robert.A.Warner@NOAA.Gov; Armstrong, R., University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, roy.armstrong@upr.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29611 | Poster ID 685

SAVING THE “CRITTER CAPITAL” THROUGH SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD INITIATIVES

John-Norville, J. L., OECS Commission, Saint Lucia, jnorville@oecs.org; Constantine, S. L., The Nature Conservancy, Grenada, sconstantine@tnc.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29660 | Poster ID 686

A CASE STUDY IN GOOD GOVERNMENT: ORDNANCE REEF CORAL ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION PROJECT

Parry, M. P., NOAA, USA, matthew.parry@noaa.gov; Wehner, D., NOAA, USA, diane.wehner@noaa.gov;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29912 | Poster ID 687

KAI KULEANA KAKOU - UNITING TO CARE FOR WEST HAWAII'S COASTAL AND MARINE COMMUNITIES

Young, C., KUPA, USA, youngc042@hawaii.rr.com; Robertson, R., Puako Community Association, USA, lopekana@hawaii.rr.com; Malinowski, M., Mauna Lani Community Association, USA, mel.malinowski@me.com; Springer, H., Kaupulehu Marine LIfe Advisory Committee, USA, ohiwai@gmail.com; Coakley, J., Ka Makani O Kohala, Inc., USA, kalanicoakley@yahoo.com; Kanealii, D., Kailapa Community Association, USA, dkanealii02@gmail.com;

77 - Corals and the U.S. Endangered Species Act: Bridging the gap between science, management, and conservation action

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29923 | Poster ID 694

AN INTRODUCTORY COMPARISON OF THE IUCN RED LIST AND THE U.S. ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT

Fenner, D., Contractor for NOAA via Pacific States Fisheries Commision, American Samoa, douglasfennertassi@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29519 | Poster ID 696

HOW CORAL REEF TRADE DATA CAN HELP INFORM POLICY DECISIONS

Rhyne, A. L., Roger Williams University / New England Aquarium, USA, arhyne@rwu.edu; Tlusty, M., New England Aquarium, USA, mtlusty@neaq.org; Kaufman, L., Boston University Marine Program, USA, lesk@bu.edu; Holmberg, R., UMASS-Boston, USA, Robert.Holmberg001@umb.edu; Szczebak, J., Roger Williams University, USA, jszczebak@rwu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.aquariumtradedata.org

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29677 | Poster ID 698

DISTRIBUTION OF THREATENED CORAL SPECIES IN THE PARQUE NACIONAL SISTEMA ARRECIFAL VERACRUZANO, VERACRUZ, MEXICO

Lopez Padierna, M., Nova Southeastern University, Halmos College of Natural Sci. and Oceanography, USA, lopezpad@nova.edu; Gilliam, D. S., Nova Southeastern University, Halmos College of Natural Sci. and Oceanography, USA, gilliam@nova.edu; Walker, B. K., Nova Southeastern University, Halmos College of Natural Sci. and Oceanography, USA, walkerb@nova.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29786 | Poster ID 699

CORALS AND THE U.S. ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT, AND CONSERVATION ACTION

Rooney, J., 2 Joint Institute for Marine & Atmospheric Research, Univ. of Hawaii, USA, john.rooney@noaa.gov; Acoba, T., 2 Joint Institute for Marine & Atmospheric Research, Univ. of Hawaii, USA, tomoko.acoba@noaa.gov; Lichowski, F., 2 Joint Institute for Marine & Atmospheric Research, Univ. of Hawaii, USA, frances.lichowski@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.pifsc.noaa.gov/cred/ecospatial_information.php

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29892 | Poster ID 701

INTEGRATING CORAL LARVAE INTO POLICY COMPLIANCE USING BULK PLANKTONIC SAMPLES FOUND PEAK LARVAL DENSITY OF 600 PER CUBIC METER, 9 DAYS AFTER THE FULL MOON

Lybolt, M., Tetra Tech, USA, matthew.lybolt@tetratech.com; Garcia, R., University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, goingdeep49@gmail.com; Soucier, C., Tetra Tech, USA, chris.soucier@tetratech.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30102 | Poster ID 702

QUANTITY, NOT QUALITY – FIRST LARGE-SCALE CENSUS OF INDO-PACIFIC SCLERACTINIAN CORALS

Andreas Dietzel, A., ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, Australia, andreas.dietzel@my.jcu.edu.au;

80 - Offshore coral reefs in the South China Sea: Science, problems and solutions

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28163 | Poster ID 703

A TURNAROUND AT SANYA NATIONAL CORAL REEF NATURE RESERVE?

Yeung, A. H., SAS, China, austinhy@hotmail.com; Baker, D. M., Swire Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong PRC, dmbaker@hku.hk;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28595 | Poster ID 704

DONGSHA ATOLL IN SOUTH CHINA SEA, THE STATUS, THE RESEARCH, THE STATION

Soong, K., National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan, ROC, keryea@gmail.com;

82 - Innovations in the use of digital tools and the media for communication, outreach and education in support of coral reef protection

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28370 | Poster ID 705

TEACHING STYLES IMPACTS STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN A RESEARCH-BASED UNDERGRADUATE SCIENCE COURSE

Huffmyer, A. S., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ashuff@hawaii.edu; Lemus, J. D., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, jlemus@hawaii.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28127 | Poster ID 706

IS YOUR SCIENCE GETTING THROUGH? COMMUNICATING SCIENCE-BASED INFORMATION ON ECOSYSTEM BIODIVERSITY AND CLIMATE/DISASTER RESILIENCE

David, L. T., University of the Philippines, Philippines, ltdavid@msi.upd.edu.ph; de la Cruz, T. P., University of the Philippines, Philippines, tlpdelacruz@msi.upd.edu.ph; Gonzales, R. D., University of the Philippines, Philippines, rdgonzales@msi.upd.edu.ph; Magdaraog, S. T., University of the Philippines, Philippines, xeng.magdaraog@gmail.com; Carino, B. B., University of the Philippines, Philippines, aya.carino@gmail.com; Pernia, E. E., University of the Philippines, Philippines, elenapernia@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28033 | Poster ID 707

SEAHARMONY: AN INNOVATIVE FORUM FOR COLLABORATIVE NETWORKING

Lemus, J. D., University of Hawaii, USA, jlemus@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.seaharmony.org

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30088 | Poster ID 708

ENGAGING MILLENNIAL NON-SCIENTISTS IN CORAL REEF CONSERVATION THROUGH DIGITAL MEDIA STRATEGIES

Díaz-Almeyda, F. R., Skandha México, Mexico, fromiely@gmail.com; Medina-Rosas, P., Centro Universitario de la Costa, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico, pedromedinarosas@gmail.com; Díaz-Almeyda, E. M., Emory University, USA, erika.diaz@emory.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29868 | Poster ID 709

WORKING WITH COMMUNICATION AND MESSAGING FOR VOLUNTEERS OLD, MIDDLE OLD, YOUNG AND YOUNGER

Weaver, L. A., HIMB/University of Hawaii-Manoa, USA, himbcep@hawaii.edu; Ching, C. M., HIMB/University of Hawaii, USA, caseymching808@gmail.com; Heckman, M. B., HIMB/University of Hawaii-Manoa, USA, mheckman@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://coconutislandnews.blogspot.com/

87 - Funding and finance in support of coral reef research, conservation and education - Building local and global capacity to reverse coral reef decline

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28976 | Poster ID 715

KULIA MARINE SCIENCE SCHOLARS CLUB - BUILDING CAPACITY WITHIN OUR LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS FOR CORAL REEF SCIENCE

Henley, M., University of Hawaii, USA, emhenley@hawaii.edu; Heckman, M., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, mheckman@hawaii.edu; Weaver, L., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, weaver_leon@yahoo.com; Chan, T., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, 808tinachan@gmail.com; Hagedorn, M., Smithsonian Institution, USA, hagedornm@si.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29180 | Poster ID 716

CONNECTING A RESEARCH INSTITUTION TO THE PUBLIC, BUILDING ON A 5 YEAR TIMELINE WHILE THINKING 7 GENERATIONS OUT

Heckman, M. B., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology/ SOEST/ University of Hawaii-Mano, USA, mheckman@hawaii.edu; Ching, C., Community Education Program/HIMB/ University of Hawaii-Manoa, USA, himbcep@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: https://www.hawaii.edu/himb/

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29958 | Poster ID 718

EXPERIENTIAL COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AT THE HAWAII INSTITUTE OF MARINE BIOLOGY

Rivera, M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, maliar@hawaii.edu; Manning, M. M., University of Hawaii-Kapiolani Community College, USA, mmanning@hawaii.edu; Ambrosino, C. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cm22@hawaii.edu;

88 - Citizen science in support of coral reef protection and sustainability

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30027 | Poster ID 721

LESSONS LEARNED FROM A QUARTER CENTURY OF A SUCCESSFUL MARINE CITIZEN SCIENCE PROGRAM

Pattengill-Semmens, C. V., Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF), USA, christy@reef.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.REEF.org

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 30020 | Poster ID 722

THE SMARTFIN: HOW SURFING COULD HELP INFORM COASTAL OCEAN SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION

Stern, A., Lost Bird Project, USA, tcyronak@ucsd.edu;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29896 | Poster ID 723

FROM SEA LOVING PEOPLE TO CITIZENS SCIENTISTS COMMUNITY: A CASE OF OVER TWO DECADES OF SUCCESSFUL EVOLUTION IN THE BENEFITS OF THE CORAL REEFS IN PUERTO RICO

Suleiman-Ramos, S. E., Sociedad Ambiente Marino, Puerto Rico, samuelsuleiman@gmail.com; Hernandez-Delgado, E. A., Sociedad Ambiente Marino / University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, coral_giac@yahoo.com; Mercado-Molina, A. E., Sociedad Ambiente Marino / University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, amolinapr@gmail.com; Candelas-Sanchez, F., Sociedad Ambiente Marino, Puerto Rico, francescandelas@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.sampr.org

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29231 | Poster ID 725

STRENGTHENING CITIZEN SCIENCE NETWORKS TO BENEFIT THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Loder, J., Great Barrier Reef Citizen Science Alliance, Australia, info@greatbarrierreefcitizenscience.org.au; Chin, A., Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Australia, andrew.chin@jcu.edu.au; Armstrong, A., Project Manta, University of Queensland, Australia, asia.armstrong@uqconnect.edu.au; Brians, M., Redmap, Australia, martha.brians@my.jcu.edu.au; Dean, A., University of Queensland, School of Communications and Arts, Australia, a.dean@uq.edu.au; Duke, N., Mangrove Watch, Australia, norman.duke@jcu.edu.au; Hay, K., CoralWatch, University of Queensland, Australia, k.hay@uq.edu.au; Henry, D., Wildlife Queensland Coastal Citizen Science, Australia, DebraHenry@wildlife.org.au; Johnston, N., Fitzroy Partnership for River Health, Australia, Nathan.Johnston@fba.org.au; Kleine, D., CoralWatch, University of Queensland, Australia, d.kleine@uq.edu.au; MacKenzie, J., Mangrove Watch, Australia, mangrovewatch@gmail.com; Martin, V., Southern Cross University, Australia, Vicki.Martin@scu.edu.au; Merida, F., Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Australia, fiona.merida@gbrmpa.gov.au; Pecl, G., Redmap, Australia, gretta.pecl@utas.edu.au; Stuart-Smith, J., Redmap, Australia, jemina.stuartsmith@utas.edu.au; Salmond, J., Reef Check Australia, Australia, jodi@reefcheckaustralia.org; Taylor, H., Tangaroa Blue Foundation, Australia, heidi@tangaroablue.org; Townsend, K., Project Manta, University of Queensland, Australia, kathy.townsend@uq.edu.au; Lundgren, P., Great Barrier Reef Foundation, Australia, plundgren@barrierreef.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.greatbarrierreefcitizenscience.org.au

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28603 | Poster ID 727

ROLE OF CORAL REEF SCIENCE FOR CONSERVATION UNDER THE MULTIPLE STRESS

SUZUKI, Y., Shizuoka University, Japan, seysuzu@ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp; CASARETO, B. E., Shizuoka University, Japan, dcbeatr@ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp; FUJIMURA, H., University of Rykyu, Japan, fujimura@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; NAKANO, Y., University of Rykyu, Japan, ynknssk@lab.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; NAKAI, T., Kokushikan University, Japan, tnki-crnc@kph.biglobe.ne.jp; SUZUKI, T., Shizuoka University, Japan, suzuki.toshiyuki@shizuoka.ac.jp;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28504 | Poster ID 728

PARTICIPATORY FISHERIES MONITORING PROGRAMS TO SUPPORT LOCAL MANAGEMENT

Schemmel, E., Conservation International, USA, eschemmel@conservation.org; Friedlander, A., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, friedland@hawaii.edu; Kittinger, J., Conservation International, USA, jkittinger@conservation.org;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28279 | Poster ID 729

CORAL REEF HEALTH MONITORING BY COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS AT WAR IN THE PACIFIC NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK, GUAM

Gawel, M. J., War in the Pacific National Historical Park, Guam, mike_gawel@nps.gov; Miller, A. K., War in the Pacific National Historical Park, Guam, allison_miller@nps.gov; Sortor, T. T., Pacific Historic Parks, Guam, tsortor@pacifichistoricparks.org; Lewis, K. G., Pacific Historic Parks, Guam, service.learning.doivista@gmail.com;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 28951 | Poster ID 731

CITIZEN SCIENCE TO IMPROVE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: CONSIDERATIONS, CHALLENGES, AND RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE GUAM COMMUNITY CORAL REEF MONITORING PROGRAM

Brown, V. A., National Marine Fisheries Service, Pacific Islands Regional Office, Guam, Valerie.brown@noaa.gov; Quinata, M. R., TBG with NOAA Fisheries, Guam, marybelle.quinata@noaa.gov;

06/22/2016 | | Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 1 | Abstract ID 29580 | Poster ID 732

YOU’VE COLLECTED MESSY CROWD-SOURCED DATA – NOW WHAT? LESSONS LEARNED FROM A CONTINUOUSLY EVOLVING, DECADE-LONG MARINE CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECT.

Ward-Paige, C. A., Dalhousie University, Canada, cward.paige@gmail.com; Westell, A., Dalhousie University, Canada, an401122@dal.ca; Howe, D., Dalhousie University, Canada, darlenehowe8@hotmail.com;