Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


28B Coral reefs in extreme, compromised and marginal environments, and their roles as refugia - low diversity, non-reef and high latitude reef systems

Session organizer(s)

Chris Perry, University of Exeter
c.perry@exeter.ac.uk

Kimberly K. Yates, US Geological Survey, Saint Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center
kyates@usgs.gov

Sylvain Agostini, Shimoda Marine Research Center, University of Tsukuba
agostini.sylvain@shimoda.tsukuba.ac.jp

Kyle Morgan, University of Exeter
k.morgan@exeter.ac.uk

Stephen Lewis, James Cook University
stephen.lewis@jcu.edu.au

Ryan P. Moyer, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Fish and Wildlife Research Institute
ryan.moyer@myfwc.com

Bernhard M. Riegl, Nova Southeastern University, Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography
rieglb@nova.edu

Riccardo Rodolfo-Metalpa, Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement
riccardo.rodolfo-metalpa@ird.fr

Shashank Keshavmurthy, University of Jeju
coralresearchtaiwan@gmail.com

Higuchi Tomihiko, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
thiguchi@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp



Date: 06/20/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 308 A/B

16:30
Morgan, K. M.; Perry, C. T.; Smithers, S. G.; Johnson, J. A.; Daniell, J. J.; EXTENSIVE REEF DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE “MESOPHOTIC” NEARSHORE GREAT BARRIER REEF: EVIDENCE FOR INTRA-REGIONAL VARIATIONS IN CORAL RESILIENCE (Abstract ID:27826) O

16:45
Ryan, E. J.; Smithers, S. G.; Lewis, S. E.; Clark, T. R.; Zhao, J. X.; REEF FLAT CORES FROM THE INSHORE GREAT BARRIER REEF PRESERVE RECORDS OF HOLOCENE REEF GROWTH, TERRESTRIAL SEDIMENTATION AND TROPICAL CYCLONES (Abstract ID:28416) O

17:00
Santodomingo, N.; Johnson, K. G.; REVEALING THE MURKY HISTORY OF THE CORAL TRIANGLE (Abstract ID:29339) O

17:15
Porter, S. N.; Schleyer, M. H.; LONG-TERM DYNAMICS OF A HIGH-LATITUDE CORAL COMMUNITY AT SODWANA BAY, SOUTH AFRICA (Abstract ID:29347) O

17:30
Riegl, B.; DISTURBANCE DYNAMICS AND MARGINAL REEF CORAL POPULATIONS (Abstract ID:28095) O

17:45
Schleyer, M. H.; ARE ALCYONACEAN SOFT CORALS THE ‘GLUE” THAT HOLDS A REEF TOGETHER UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS? (Abstract ID:29195) O

18:00
Moyer, R. P.; Yates, K. K.; Rogers, C. S.; Lunz, K. S.; MANGROVE-CORAL HABITATS AS A NOVEL REFUGE FROM CLIMATE CHANGE (Abstract ID:29603) O

18:15
Camp, E. F.; Smith, D. J.; Rodolfo-Metalpa, R.; Suggett, D. J.; MANGROVE HABITATS SELECT CORAL POPULATIONS TOLERANT OF PH AND TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS PREDICTED FOR REEFS UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE (Abstract ID:28099) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

308
Moody, A.; Browne, N. K.; O'Leary, M.; Richards, Z.; EXTREME 2011 LA NI�A EVENT DRIVES CORAL RANGE EXPANSION ALONG THE WEST AUSTRALIAN COAST (Abstract ID:28294) P

312
Yamazaki, W.; Agostini, S.; THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF THE HIGH LATITUDE CORAL PORITES HERONENSIS: SIGNIFICANCE FOR ITS FUTURE DISTRIBUTION (Abstract ID:28150) P

314
Hayes, N. K.; Walton, C. J.; Brinkhuis, V.; Ruzicka, R.; Gilliam, D. S.; LONG-TERM TRENDS IN BENTHIC COVER OF A HIGH LATITUDE REEF SYSTEM OFFSHORE SOUTHEAST FLORIDA, USA (Abstract ID:29425) P

315
Beretta, G. A.; Booth, D. J.; SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN NEAR-SHORE MARINE ASSEMBLAGES AROUND THE US VIRGIN ISLANDS (Abstract ID:29392) P

316
Vajed Samiei, J.; Saleh, A.; Shirvani, A.; Sheijooni Fumani, N.; Hashtroudi, M.; Pratchett, M. S.; SEASONAL VARIATION IN, AND PROJECTED EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON, CALCIFICATION RATES OF ACROPORA DOWNINGI IN THE NORTHEASTERN PERSIAN GULF (Abstract ID:29188) P

317
Dodge, D. L.; Voss, J. D.; INVESTIGATING POPULATION GENETICS OF THE SCLERACTINIAN CORAL, MONTASTRAEA CAVERNOSA, ALONG THE FLORIDA CORAL REEF TRACT’S NORTHERN EXTENT (Abstract ID:29063) P

318
Walker, B. K.; Klug, K.; Costaregni, A. R.; EXCEPTIONAL THREATENED CORAL POPULATIONS IN A MARGINAL REEF ENVIRONMENT ON THE SOUTHEAST FLORIDA REEF TRACT (Abstract ID:29982) P

319
Herlan, J. J.; Gaymer, C. F.; Lee, S. J.; Smith, T. B.; Ramos, M. Q.; Friedlander, A. M.; Rios, R. S.; CORAL BLEACHING IN RAPA NUI: ENSO-RELATED? (Abstract ID:29956) P

320
Lima, L.; Huntley, N.; de Putron, S.; ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF A CORAL SPECIES IN THE NORTHERNMOST ATLANTIC REEF SYSTEM: EFFECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURES ON SIDERASTREA RADIANS IN BERMUDA (Abstract ID:28731) P


Date: 06/21/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 308 A/B

09:30
Yamano, H.; MARGINAL CORAL REEFS AND CORAL COMMUNITIES IN JAPAN (Abstract ID:29388) O

09:45
Obuchi, M.; Reimer, J. D.; Mizuyama, M.; Sommer, B.; Sakai, K.; Beger, M.; LATITUDINAL DIVERSITY GRADIENTS OF MULTIPLE TAXA IN REEF COMMUNITIES OF SOUTHERN JAPAN (Abstract ID:28675) O

10:00
Agostini, S.; Higuchi, T.; Wada, S.; Kon, K.; Hall-Spencer, J. M.; Milazzo, M.; Fujimura, H.; Yamazaki, W.; Tsuchiya, Y.; Sato, T.; Shinagawa, H.; Yamada, Y.; Inaba, K.; ECOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF HIGH LATITUDE CORAL COMMUNITIES IN JAPAN UNDER PRESENT AND FUTURE CONDITIONS (Abstract ID:29344) O

10:15
Higuchi, T.; Agostini, S.; Yuyama, I.; COLD STRESS RESPONSES OF TEMPERATE ZONE CORALS (Abstract ID:28433) O

10:30
Ross, C. L.; Schoepf, V.; Falter, J. L.; McCulloch, M. T.; GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE CORAL TURBINARIA RENIFORMIS IN BREMER BAY, WESTERN AUSTRALIA (34.4�S): IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SUITABILITY OF HIGH-LATITUDE REFUGIA (Abstract ID:29010) O

10:45
Sampayo, E. M.; Zwiep, K. E.; Tonk, L.; Dalton, S.; Pandolfi, J. M.; LATITUDINAL DISCONTINUITY IN CORAL SYMBIOSES HAS THE POTENTIAL TO LIMIT SPECIES MOVEMENTS UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE (Abstract ID:28878) O

11:00
Goyen, S. J.; LaJeunesse, T. C.; Fujise, R.; Nitschke, M. R.; Ralph, P. J.; Suggett, D. J.; MOLECULAR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ACCLIMATISATION REQUIRED FOR CORALS TO THRIVE WITHIN SOUTHERLY HIGH LATITUDE REEFS OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA (Abstract ID:29779) O

11:15
Pearton, D. J.; Schleyer, M. H.; RESPONSES OF COMPLEX VS ROBUST CLADE CORALS FROM HIGH LATITUDE SOUTH AFRICAN REEFS TO WARMING AND ACIDIFICATION. (Abstract ID:28634) O