Program & Agenda

Sessions

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  1. 01 - Modern reefs and reef islands: Reflections and resonance of David Stoddart's contribution to coral reef science.
  2. 02 - The value of historical, archeological and paleoecological data for assessing and conserving coral reefs
  3. 03 - The use of genomics, proteomics and transcriptomics in coral reef studies
  4. 04 - Speciation, hybridization and species boundaries in coral reef ecosystems
  5. 05 - Acclimatization and adaptation in reef organisms
  6. 06 - Coral conservation in times of change: letting nature pick the winners
  7. 07 - Biodiversity, biogeography and evolution of coral reef organisms
  8. 08 - Incorporating mechanistic processes in spatial decision science: dispersal, movement, functional groups, evolution and range shifts
  9. 09 - Biogeochemistry of coral reef systems
  10. 10 - Metabolism studies/observations of coral reef communities
  11. 11 - Animal-algal symbioses: molecular, physiological and genetic interactions, processes and adaptations
  12. 12 - The coral reef microbiome and reef microbial interactions and changes
  13. 13 - Diseases on the reef: presence, persistence and responses
  14. 14 - Reproduction in corals
  15. 15 - Connectivity, recruitment and isolation among coral reef populations
  16. 16 - Larval recruitment on coral reefs facing global change
  17. 17 - Coral reef ecosystem dynamics: instabilities, invasions, transitions and reorganization
  18. 18 - Geology and paleoecology as tools to decipher the modern coral-reef crisis
  19. 19 - Coral reef structural dynamics and complexity: accretion versus bioerosion and dissolution
  20. 20 - Reef fish ecology, conservation, and fisheries: the scientific legacy of Glenn Almany
  21. 21 - Achieving sustainable coral reef fisheries: policy development, implementation, management and enforcement
  22. 22 - Large reef predators: ecology, status and management
  23. 23 - Global change impacts on coral reef seaweeds
  24. 24 - Rediscovering crustose coralline algae
  25. 25 - Indicator taxa: What can they tell us about the past, present and future for coral reefs?
  26. 27 - The role of macroinvertebrates on coral reefs
  27. 28A - Coral reefs in extreme, compromised and marginal environments, and their roles as refugia - Highly stressed, urbanized and exposed reef systems
  28. 28B - Coral reefs in extreme, compromised and marginal environments, and their roles as refugia - low diversity, non-reef and high latitude reef systems
  29. 29 - Mesophotic and Deep-Sea Coral Ecosystems: A Tribute to the Pioneering Efforts of Dr. John Rooney
  30. 30 - Coral bleaching: monitoring, management responses and resilience
  31. 31 - Ocean warming and the tropicalisation of temperate reefs
  32. 32 - Ocean acidification: Measuring and scaling impacts across multiple scales
  33. 34 - Coral reef records of sea level, climatic and environmental changes: a tribute to Lucien Montaggioni
  34. 35 - Rising sea level and the responses of reefs and reef islands
  35. 36 - Assessing and addressing the effects of multiple stressors on coral reefs towards developing effective management and policy responses
  36. 37 - The impacts of dredging and coastal modification on coral reef ecosystems
  37. 38 - Watershed impacts on coral reefs: Land based sources of pollution
  38. 39 - Ridge to reef management approaches
  39. 40 - Coastal pollution: nutrients, sewage and contaminants
  40. 41 - Reefs of tomorrow: Applications of reef restoration, structure, and conservation for socio-economic risk reduction and climate adaptation
  41. 42A - Propagation and active reef restoration – techniques and considerations for the production of corals and propagules and transplantation onto degraded reefs
  42. 42B - Propagation and active reef restoration - distribution, transplantation, monitoring and evaluation of restoration activities
  43. 43 - New large-scale strategies in coral reef mitigation supporting reef recovery – creating a toolbox
  44. 44 - Emerging technologies in cellular, molecular, and ecotoxicology techniques
  45. 45 - Fluorescence on Coral Reefs: From Biology to Technology
  46. 46 - Trait-based approaches in coral reef ecology: from functional ecology to management
  47. 47 - Movement ecology on coral reefs
  48. 48 - Acoustic, optical, and chemical seascapes and their application to restoration and management
  49. 49 - Unmanned systems for coral reef research, management and conservation
  50. 50 - Modeling and computational tools for coral reef management and conservation
  51. 51 - Remote sensing of coral reefs: Transitioning from developmental to operational
  52. 52 - Big Data: Using open access, evolving platforms and the emerging field of data science to improve resource management
  53. 53 - Discussion & Synthesis: Emerging technologies for reef science and conservation
  54. 54 - Conservation research for small-island nations: climate change, fisheries, tourism and land-use change
  55. 57 - Capacity building in ocean governance and coral reef ecosystem management: Equipping leaders, practitioners, and institutions to sustain healthy ecosystems
  56. 58 - The science of compliance: linking judicial actions, enforcement and management for policy and practice
  57. 60 - Integrated ecosystem-based management for coral reefs and the value of socio-ecological studies
  58. 61 - Ecosystem based management of coral reef fisheries
  59. 62 - A critical examination of ecosystem response to herbivore management
  60. 63 - Innovations in socio-ecological research for resilience based management
  61. 64 - Social science applications to coral reef management: Human and social dimensions and the link to reef health and ecological change
  62. 65 - Improving the understanding and management of coral reef socio-ecological systems through community and stakeholder engagement
  63. 66 - Human-natural coupled reef systems: Integrating indigenous and western sciences for sustainable management solutions
  64. 67 - Informing management decisions for coral reefs in a world of risk and uncertainty
  65. 68 - MPAs and other tools for scientifically sound place-based management
  66. 69 - Evaluating the ecological, social and economic effectiveness of MPAs.
  67. 70 - Design of MPA networks for fisheries and ecosystem management
  68. 71 - Designing Marine Managed Areas for fisheries management and biodiversity conservation: Bridging science and policy
  69. 72 - Marine resource sustainability, conservation and management in the Coral Triangle & Southeast Asia
  70. 73A - Co-management: partnerships for achieving effective resource outcomes on coral reefs - Partnerships across agencies and organizations
  71. 73B - Co-management: partnerships for achieving effective resource outcomes on coral reefs - partnerships with and among communities and stakeholders
  72. 75 - Prevention, Assessment, and Mitigation of Coral Reef Impacts Resulting from Planned and Unplanned Human Activitie
  73. 77 - Corals and the U.S. Endangered Species Act: Bridging the gap between science, management, and conservation action
  74. 80 - Offshore coral reefs in the South China Sea: Science, problems and solutions
  75. 82 - Innovations in the use of digital tools and the media for communication, outreach and education in support of coral reef protection
  76. 85 - Hawaii’s coral reefs in 2050: the path to survival
  77. 87 - Funding and finance in support of coral reef research, conservation and education - Building local and global capacity to reverse coral reef decline
  78. 88 - Citizen science in support of coral reef protection and sustainability