Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


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

Session organizer(s)

Roger McLean, University of New South Wales -Canberra
r.mclean@adfa.edu.au

Tom Spencer, University of Cambridge, UK
Ts111@cam.ac.uk

Barbara Brown, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
Barbara.brown@ncl.ac.uk



Date: 06/20/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 301 B

10:00
Spencer, T.; Brown, B. E.; RE-VISITING THE ECOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY OF RECENT CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28415) O

10:15
McLEAN, R. F.; FORTY YEARS ON: THE SCIENTIFIC LEGACY OF THE 1973 �STODDART EXPEDITION� TO THE NORTHERN GREAT BARRIER REEF. (Abstract ID:28413) O

10:30
Woodroffe, C. D.; MICROATOLLS AS INDICATORS OF SEA-LEVEL CHANGE ON REEFS (Abstract ID:28523) O

10:45
Perlman, B. M.; Tietbohl, M.; Ashley-Ross, M. A.; Silman, M. R.; THE STODDART SOCIETY: LONG-TERM RESEARCH ON THE ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION BIOLOGY OF LIGHTHOUSE REEF ATOLL, BELIZE (Abstract ID:29825) O

11:00
Hagan, A. B.; Hamylton, S. M.; Spencer, T.; REFLECTIONS ON MODERN AND HISTORIC APPROACHES TO MAPPING CORAL REEF ENVIRONMENTS AT ALDABRA ATOLL (Abstract ID:29025) O

11:15
Teleki, K. A.; ALDABRA ATOLL WORLD HERITAGE SITE � THE VISION OF A GENIUS OR A MADMAN? (Abstract ID:29498) O

11:45
Rosen, B. R.; Darrell, J. G.; DARWIN�S BERMUDA PARADOX REVISITED: ATOLL OR FRINGING REEF? (Abstract ID:29541) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

1
Darrell, J. G.; Rosen, B. R.; DARWIN, PIONEER OF REEF TRANSECTS, REEF ECOLOGY AND ANCIENT REEF MODELLING: SIGNIFICANCE OF HIS COCOS (KEELING) SPECIMENS IN THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, LONDON (Abstract ID:29356) P

2
Sandin, S. A.; THE STRUGGLE FOR EXISTENCE -- HOW COMPETITION REIGNS, ESPECIALLY WHEN PREDATION ABOUNDS (Abstract ID:29907) P