Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


22 Large reef predators: ecology, status and management

Session organizer(s)

Michelle Heupel, Australian Institute of Marine Science
m.heupel@aims.gov.au

Colin Simpfendorfer, Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture, James Cook University
colin.simpfendorfer@jcu.edu.au

Andrew Chin, Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture, James Cook University
andrew.chin@jcu.edu.au



Date: 06/22/2016

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Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

271
Ben-Aderet, N. J.; Semmens, B. X.; Sandin, S. A.; FISHING FOR ANSWERS: TRACKING YELLOWTAIL (SERIOLA LALANDI) MOVEMENTS AND CATCH IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC. (Abstract ID:29871) P

272
Tania, C.; Blæsbjerg, M.; Himawan, M. R.; Noor, B. A.; Stewart, B. S.; CHARACTERISTICS OF WHALE SHARKS (RHINCODON TYPUS) IN TELUK CENDERAWASIH NATIONAL PARK, INDONESIA (Abstract ID:30068) P

273
Yuneni, R. R.; IDENTIFY TYPE AND DISTRIBUTION OF REEF SHARKS SPECIES IN MEKO WATER, DISTRICT OF EAST FLORES, EAST NUSA TENGGARA (Abstract ID:29480) P

274
Zarate, B. E.; Otero, M. B.; Na'ola, C. L.; VARIABILITY OF TUNA PREY ITEMS ALONG THE COAST OF SOUTHERN MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES (Abstract ID:29246) P

277
Rummer, J. L.; Chin, A.; Mourier, J.; BLACKTIP REEF SHARKS (CARCHARHINUS MELANOPTERUS) SHOW HIGH CAPACITY FOR WOUND HEALING AND RECOVERY FOLLOWING INJURY (Abstract ID:28034) P


Date: 06/24/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 314

09:30
Bradley, D.; Conklin, E.; Papastamatiou, Y. P.; McCauley, D. J.; Pollock, K.; Pollock, A.; Kendall, B. E.; Gaines, S. D.; Caselle, J. E.; LOW BUT STABLE REEF SHARK POPULATION ABUNDANCE AND DENSITY AT AN UNFISHED CORAL REEF (Abstract ID:28401) O

09:45
Chin, A.; Hylton, S.; White, W.; SHARKS AND RAYS OF THE SOLOMON ISLANDS: STATUS, THREATS AND A KNOWLEDGE REVIEW (Abstract ID:27885) O

10:00
Asher, J. M.; Williams, I. D.; Harvey, E. S.; ROVING PREDATORS RELOADED: AN INVESTIGATION OF SHARK AND JACK POPULATIONS IN SHALLOW (0-30M) AND MESOPHOTIC DEPTHS (30-100M) IN THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO (Abstract ID:28880) O

10:15
Simpfendorfer, C. A.; Heupel, M. R.; Heithaus, M.; Meekan, M.; MacNeil, A.; Chapman, D.; GLOBAL FINPRINT: THE FIRST GLOBAL SURVEY OF SHARKS AND RAYS ON CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:29112) O

10:30
Escoro, M. T.; Mamauag, A. S.; Arceo, H. O.; ASSESSMENT OF SHARKS CAUGHT BY CORAL REEF FISHERS IN THE PHILIPPINES (Abstract ID:29811) O

10:45
Casauay, R. A.; Recamara, D. B.; Mamauag, S. S.; Arceo, H. O.; CHARACTERIZING THE GROUPER FISHERIES AND STOCKS IN SELECTED MUNICIPALITIES OF THE PHILIPPINES (Abstract ID:29051) O

11:00
Papastamatiou, Y.; Bradley, D.; Demsar, U.; Friedlander, A.; Leos, V.; Lowe, C.; Watanabe, Y.; Weng, K.; Caselle, J.; CENTRAL PLACE REFUGING IN MARINE PREDATORS THAT NEVER SLEEP: EATING AT HOME AND AWAY (Abstract ID:27998) O

11:15
Heupel, M. R.; Simpfendorfer, C. A.; Espinoza, M.; DRIVERS OF REEF SHARK MOVEMENT: WHAT’S MOST IMPORTANT? (Abstract ID:28284) O

13:45
Matley, J. K.; Simpfendorfer, C. A.; Fisk, A. T.; Tobin, A. J.; Heupel, M. R.; USING COMPLIMENTARY SAMPLING METHODS TO ADDRESS SIMILAR QUESTIONS: RESOURCE AND HABITAT USE OF SYMPATRIC CORAL TROUT (Abstract ID:28431) O

14:00
Weideli, O. C.; Papastamatiou, Y. P.; Shivji, M. S.; Heithaus, M. R.; von Brandis, R.; Planes, S.; SHARING OR COMPETING? ECOLOGICAL NICHES OF JUVENILE SHARKS WITHIN A MUTUAL SHARK NURSERY (Abstract ID:29437) O

14:15
Espinoza, M.; Heupel, M. R.; Tobin, A. J.; Simpfendorfer, C. S.; RESOURCE PARTITIONING AND TROPHIC RELATIONSHIPS OF LARGE PREDATORY FISHES IN A CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM (Abstract ID:28720) O

14:30
johansen, J. L.; Pratchett, M. S.; Messmer, V.; Coker, D. J.; Tobin, A. J.; Hoey, A. S.; LARGE PREDATORY CORAL TROUT SPECIES UNLIKELY TO MEET INCREASING ENERGETIC DEMANDS IN A WARMING OCEAN (Abstract ID:28362) O

14:45
Schlaff, A. M.; Heupel, M. R.; Simpfendorfer, C. A.; THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON BLACKTIP REEF SHARKS, CARCHARHINUS MELANOPTERUS, ON AN INSHORE REEF (Abstract ID:29292) O

15:00
MacPherson, R.; Villagomez, A.; Rohwer, F. L.; Haas, A. F.; TOWARDS AN EMPIRICAL DEMONSTRATION THAT HEALTHY REEFS NEED SHARKS: EMERGING POLICY AND MANAGEMENT TOOLS TO SUPPORT THE CASE FOR PROTECTION (Abstract ID:29100) O

15:15
Jaiteh, V. F.; Lindfield, S.; Mangubhai, S.; Warren, C.; Fitzpatrick, B.; Loneragan, N.; MORE SHARKS, LESS FINS: ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSES AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHALLENGES OF SPATIAL PROTECTION WITHIN THE WORLD’S BIGGEST SHARK FISHERY (Abstract ID:29472) O

15:30
Purwanto, P.; Hidayat, I. N.; Mangubhai, S.; Setyawan, D.; Rumetna, L.; Muljadi, A. H.; REVERSING THE DECLINE OF SHARK POPULATIONS IN RAJA AMPAT, EASTERN INDONESIA (Abstract ID:28500) O