Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


28A Coral reefs in extreme, compromised and marginal environments, and their roles as refugia - Highly stressed, urbanized and exposed reef systems

Session organizer(s)

Christian R. Voolstra, KAUST University
christian.voolstra@kaust.edu.sa

Joerg Wiedenmann, University of Southampton
joerg.wiedenmann@noc.soton.ac.uk

John Burt, New York University - Abu Dhabi
John.Burt@nyu.edu

Maren Ziegler, KAUST University
maren.ziegler@kaust.edu.sa

Iria Fernandez-Silva, California Academy of Sciences / Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
iriafernandezsilva@gmail.com

Hudson T. Pinheiro, California Academy of Sciences
htpinheiro@gmail.com

Eva Salas, California Academy of Sciences
salas.e@gmail.com

Richard R. Coleman, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
richard.colema@gmail.com

Daniel Holstein, University of the Virgin Islands
daniel.holstein@uvi.edu

Tyler Smith, University of the Virgin Islands
tsmith@uvi.edu

Marilyn Brandt, University of the Virgin Islands
mbrandt@uvi.edu

Paul Jones, Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS)/ NOAA AOML Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystems Division (OCED)
paul.r.jones@noaa.gov



Date: 06/20/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 308 A/B

10:00
Cacciapaglia, C. W.; van Woesik, R.; THE NEED TO FIND CORAL REFUGES IN A CHANGING CLIMATE (Abstract ID:29481) O

10:15
Krueger, T.; Mashiah, N.; Bodin, J.; Giovani, M.; Meibom, A.; Fine, M.; IS THE RED SEA CORAL STYLOPHORA PISTILLATA ALREADY PREPARED FOR FUTURE OCEAN CONDITIONS? (Abstract ID:28629) O

10:30
Wiedenmann, J.; D'Angelo, C.; Baumgarten, S.; Voolstra, C.; Burt, J.; TRANSCRIPTOMIC BASIS OF HEAT STRESS TOLERANCE OF CORALS FROM THE WORLD'S HOTTEST SEA, THE PERSIAN/ARABIAN GULF (Abstract ID:28723) O

10:45
Osman, E. O.; Pettay, D. T.; Voolstra, C. R.; Warner, M. E.; Smith, D. J.; Suggett, D. J.; REORGANIZATION OF THE CORAL MICROBIOME ACROSS LATITUDINAL GRADIENTS OF THERMAL HISTORY IN THE RED SEA (Abstract ID:29538) O

11:00
Alhazeem, S. H.; Burt, J.; Alsaffar, A. H.; Chen, W.; Al-Kandari, M. A.; LONG-TERM CORAL COMMUNITY STABILITY IN A DISTURBED MARGINAL REEF IN KUWAIT (Abstract ID:27921) O

11:15
Satyanarayana, C.; Chandra, K.; Tikadar, S.; Chandran, R.; Rajkumar, R.; Tripathy, B.; Chaudhury, N. R.; GULF OF KACHCHH MARINE NATIONAL PARK, INDIA, A POTENTIAL CLIMATE-CHANGE REFUGE FOR CORALS (Abstract ID:29341) O

11:30
Holstein, D. M.; Smith, T. B.; EMERGENT CLIMATE CHANGE REFUGIA FROM IMPERFECT CONNECTED REFUGES (Abstract ID:28747) O

11:45
Manzello, D. P.; Enochs, I. C.; Carlton, R. D.; Kolodziej, G.; Valentino, L.; Gintert, B.; Dixon, G.; Towle, E.; Jones, P.; Kenkel, C.; Matz, M.; ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CORAL REEF RESILIENCE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS (Abstract ID:29608) O

14:00
Smith, T. B.; Baker, A. C.; Brandtneris, V. W.; Glynn, P. W.; Manzello, D. P.; Maté, J. L.; McGillis, W. R.; Palacio, A.; Fong, P.; BLEACHING AND DEPTH REFUGES IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC DURING THE STRONG 2015-2016 EL NI�O (Abstract ID:29959) O

14:15
MacDonald, C.; Bridge, T. C.; Jones, G. P.; ECOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF DEPTH RANGES IN CORAL-FEEDING BUTTERFLYFISH: ARE DEEP REEFS A REFUGE? (Abstract ID:28143) O

14:30
Hurley, K. K.; Timmers, M. A.; Godwin, L. S.; Reardon, K. G.; Skillings, D. J.; Toonen, R. J.; DEPTH IS A MORE POTENT STRUCTURING FORCE FOR BRACHYURAN CRAB ASSEMBLAGES THAN LATITUDE, GEOGRAPHY, OR HUMAN IMPACT ACROSS THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO (Abstract ID:29599) O

14:45
Pinheiro, H. T.; Bernardi, G.; Simon, T.; Joyeux, J. C.; Rocha, L. A.; ORIGIN AND MAINTENANCE OF REEF FISH BIODIVERSITY IN SEAMOUNTS AND OCEANIC ISLANDS OF THE SOUTH ATLANTIC (Abstract ID:28714) O

15:00
Simon, T.; Pinheiro, H. T.; Macieira, R. M.; Rocha, L. A.; Santos, S.; Joyeux, J. C.; FITTING A PIECE IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC PUZZLE: SEAMOUNTS AS STEPPING-STONES BETWEEN MAINLAND AND OCEANIC ISLANDS (Abstract ID:28468) O

15:15
Cassola, G. E.; Pacheco, M. S.; Barbosa, M. C.; Hansen, D. M.; Ferreira, C. L.; DECLINE IN ABUNDANCE AND HEALTH STATE OF AN ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL GORGONIAN POPULATION (Abstract ID:29560) O

15:30
Coleman, R. R.; Eble, J. A.; DiBattista, J. D.; Rocha, L. A.; Randall, J. E.; Berumen, M. L.; Bowen, B. W.; REGAL PHYLOGEOGRAPHY: RANGE-WIDE SURVEY OF THE MARINE ANGELFISH PYGOPLITES DIACANTHUS REVEALS EVOLUTIONARY PARTITIONS (Abstract ID:29229) O

15:45
Bauman, A. G.; Feary, D. F.; Hoey, A. S.; Dunshea, G.; Low, J.; Todd, P. A.; MACROALGAL BROWSING ON A HEAVILY DEGRADED, URBANIZED EQUATORIAL CORAL REEF SYSTEM (Abstract ID:29319) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

300
Pizarro, V.; López-Victoria, M.; Rodríguez, S. C.; Zapata, F. A.; Zea, S.; Alvarado, E.; Pollock, F. J.; Medina, M.; CHARACTERIZING AN IMPROBABLE REEF AT VARADERO, CARTAGENA BAY, COLOMBIA (Abstract ID:29888) P

301
Buchanan, J. R.; Krupp, F.; Burt, J. A.; Feary, D. A.; Ralph, G. M.; Carpenter, K. E.; LIVING ON THE EDGE: REGIONAL EXTINCTION RISK OF CORAL-DEPENDENT FISHES IN A MARGINAL GULF (Abstract ID:30006) P

302
CHANDRAN, R.; RAMKUMARAN, K.; SURESH, P.; SATYANARAYANA, C.; ENHANCING HERBIVORE ASSEMBLAGES BARRICADE FURTHER DEGRADATION OF LINGERING CORAL REEFS IN GULF OF KACHCHH, INDIA (Abstract ID:29245) P

304
Tsang, R.; Ang, P. O.; HIGH TOLERANCE OF CORALS FROM MARGINAL ENVIRONMENT IN HONG KONG TO HYPOSALINITY AND PREFERENCE OF CORALLIVORY ON OSMOTIC-STRESSED CORALS (Abstract ID:29475) P

305
Cao, D.; Cao, W.; SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN STABLE ISOTOPIC VALUES OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER FROM LUHUITOU FRINGING REEFS, SOUTH CHINA (Abstract ID:27837) P

306
Del Rio Torres, L.; Chan, N. T.; Ranson, S. P.; Wolke, C. S.; Forsman, Z. H.; Gulko, D. A.; AN OASIS IN THE DESERT: SOURCING CORALS FROM HARBORS FOR REEF RESTORATION (Abstract ID:28212) P

307
Davis, K. A.; Reid, E.; DeCarlo, T.; Cohen, A.; Wong, G.; CORAL REEFS IN THE (INTERNAL) SURF ZONE: EXTREME VARIABILITY IN WATER PROPERTIES ON DONGSHA ATOLL, SOUTH CHINA SEA. (Abstract ID:28301) P