Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


38 Watershed impacts on coral reefs: Land based sources of pollution

Session organizer(s)

Celia Smith, Botany, University of Hawaii
celia@hawaii.edu

Frederieke Kroon, Australian Institute of Marine Science
F.Kroon@aims.gov.au

Jane Waterhouse, James Cook University / C2O Consulting
j.waterhouse@c2o.net.au

Kyle S. Van Houtan , NOAA Fisheries, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center
kyle.vanhoutan@noaa.gov

Amelia Wenger, James Cook University
amelia.wenger@gmail.com

Deborah Bass, Terrain NRM
deb.bass@terrain.org.au

Donna Audas, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
donna.audas@gbrmpa.gov.au



Date: 06/21/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 306 A/B

09:30
Couch, C. S.; Most, R.; Garren, M.; Remple, K.; Nelson, C.; Wiggins, C.; Conklin, E.; UNDERSTANDING THE CONSEQUENCES OF LAND-BASED POLLUTANTS ON CORAL HEALTH IN SOUTH KOHALA, HAWAI‘I (Abstract ID:30045) O

09:45
Pait, A. S.; Hartwell, S. I.; Apeti, A. D.; Mason, A. L.; PRESENCE AND IMPACTS OF LAND-BASED SOURCES OF POLLUTION IN THE ST. THOMAS EAST END RESERVES, ST. THOMAS, USVI (Abstract ID:29586) O

10:00
Lewis, S.; Dunbar, R.; Mucciarone, D.; CAN CORALS REVEAL LAND-USE CHANGE?: TRACE ELEMENT AND ISOTOPIC RECORDS SUGGEST PATTERNS OF LAND-USE CHANGE IN THE REPUBLIC OF PALAU. (Abstract ID:30078) O

10:15
Ennis, R. S.; Henderson, L. M.; Nemeth, R. S.; Taylor, M.; Smith, T. B.; TERRESTRIAL AND FINE SEDIMENTS NEGATIVELY IMPACT STONY CORAL HEALTH IN THE US VIRGIN ISLANDS (Abstract ID:29981) O

10:45
Amato, D. W.; Shuler, C.; Gibson, V.; Baker, L.; Alegado, R. A.; Glenn, C. R.; Dulai, H.; Smith, C. M.; ALGAL BIOASSAYS SHOW LAND-BASED, ANTHROPOGENIC NITROGEN IS DELIVERED TO REEF BIOTA BY GROUNDWATER IN HAWAII AND AMERICAN SAMOA (Abstract ID:29691) O

11:00
Lewis, S. E.; Bartley, R.; Bainbridge, Z.; Wilkinson, S.; Burton, J.; Bui, E.; DETERMINING THE MOST DETRIMENTAL SEDIMENT ON CORAL REEFS: TRACING THE SEDIMENT ON THE REEF BACK TO A CATCHMENT SOURCE (Abstract ID:29308) O

11:15
Li, X. B.; Zhou, G. W.; Huang, H.; POTENTIAL MECHANISMS OF INTENSIVE AQUACULTURE EFFLUENTS ON A CORAL REEF IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA: IN SITU STUDIES (Abstract ID:27827) O

13:45
Rocker, M. M.; Fabricius, K. E.; Willis, B. L.; Bay, L. K.; TRADE-OFFS AND VARIATION IN INSHORE CORAL HEALTH AND BIOCHEMICAL CONDITION ALONG WATER QUALITY GRADIENTS ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA (Abstract ID:29353) O

14:00
Gordon, S. E.; Goatley, C. H.; Tebbett, S. B.; Bellwood, D. R.; THE ROLE OF SEDIMENT CHARACTERISTICS IN HERBIVORY DETERRENCE ON CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28551) O

14:15
Tebbett, S. B.; Goatley, C. H.; Gordon, S. E.; Bellwood, D. R.; INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SEDIMENTS AND HERBIVOROUS FISHES ON CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28513) O

14:30
Smith, C. M.; Dailer, M. L.; Van Houtan, K. S.; IMPAIRED ALGAL TISSUES REGAIN LOW ARGININE LEVELS AFTER SHORT TIMECOURSE IN LOW NUTRIENT WATERS. (Abstract ID:30035) O

14:45
Beets, J.; Beavers, S.; Kramer, K. L.; Brown, E.; Kelley, E.; Smith, J.; BENTHIC ALGAL GROWTH IN RESPONSE TO SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE IN TWO HAWAI‘I NATIONAL PARKS (Abstract ID:30058) O

15:00
Reichert, J.; Schellenberg, J.; Schubert, P.; Glaeser, S.; Kämpfer, P.; Wilke, T.; EFFECTS OF MICROPLASTIC EXPOSURE ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL RATES OF SCLERACTINIAN CORALS INFERRED WITH 3D SCANNING (Abstract ID:28703) O

15:15
Macduff, S. D.; Spies, N.; Murphy, J.; Richmond, R. H.; A NEW WAY OF MEASURING CORAL HEALTH AT LAOLAO BAY, SAIPAN. (Abstract ID:29860) O

15:30
Seneca, F. O.; Richmond, R. H.; GOT BIOMARKERS? TRANSCRIPTOMICS TO RESCUE CORAL HEALTH (Abstract ID:29629) O

16:15
Kroon, F. J.; Thorburn, P.; Schaffelke, B.; Whitten, S.; TOWARDS PROTECTING THE GREAT BARRIER REEF FROM LAND-BASED POLLUTION (Abstract ID:28280) O

16:30
Brodie, J. E.; WILL WE MANAGE TERRESTRIAL POLLUTANT RUNOFF SUFFICIENTLY TO SAVE THE GREAT BARRIER REEF IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE. (Abstract ID:28036) O

16:45
Audas, D.; Groves, P.; PROTECTING THE LONG TERM HEALTH OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF THROUGH RESTORATION AND ENHANCEMENT OF ADJACENT COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS (Abstract ID:28624) O

17:00
Waterhouse, J. R.; Brodie, J. E.; Sweatman, C.; Bass, D.; Hateley, L.; Park, G.; Audas, D. M.; Johnson, J. E.; Smith, M.; WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PLANNING AND INVESTMENT PRIORITISATION: A CASE STUDY FROM THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA (Abstract ID:28918) O

17:15
Davis, A. M.; THE CHALLENGES OF MANAGING SUGARCANE CULTIVATION IN THE GREAT BARRIER REEF CATCHMENT AREA (Abstract ID:28420) O

17:30
David, L. T.; de la Cruz, J. P.; Villarin, L. S.; Borja-del Rosario, R.; de Venecia, M. B.; Cordero-Bailey, K.; Siringan, F. P.; De Leon, J. F.; SEDIMENT ON REEFS: WHO IS TO BLAME? (Abstract ID:28139) O

17:45
Fuchs, C. E.; Adam, T. C.; Burkepile, D. E.; Duran, A.; SEDIMENT REMOVAL INCREASES TURF ALGAE GRAZING AND ALTERS ALGAL COMMUNITY COMPOSITION ON CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:29141) O

18:00
Anderson Tagarino, K. L.; A FIVE YEAR ASSESSMENT OF CORAL IN FAGA'ALU BAY, AMERICAN SAMOA - HAS FIVE YEARS OF MANAGEMENT MADE AN IMPACT? (Abstract ID:27799) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

438
Campbell, S. E.; Gray, S. C.; Whinney, J.; Ramos-Scharrón, C.; Campbell, S.; Matthew, M. C.; WATERSHED RUNOFF AND SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION: FACTORS AFFECTING TURBIDITY AND SEDIMENTATION IN BAYS WITH CORAL REEFS, ST. JOHN, USVI (Abstract ID:29153) P

439
Cerovski-Darriau, C.; Crile, W.; WEST MAUI COMMUNITY-BASED STREAM RESTORATION: SOLUTIONS TO PREVENT SEDIMENT FROM REACHING THE NEARSHORE ENVIRONMENT (Abstract ID:29163) P

440
Mwachireya, S. A.; McClanahan, T. R.; Hartwick, E. B.; SKELETAL PROPERTIES AND MECHANICAL STRENGTH OF KENYAN SCLERACTINIAN CORALS UNDER SEDIMENT DISCHARGE (Abstract ID:29191) P

441
Igarashi, M.; Fujimura, H.; Nakano, Y.; Suda, S.; Kayashima, S.; Nakamura, S.; Ito, M.; Takeyama, H.; NUTRIENTS DISTRIBUTION AT TWO DIFFERENT CORAL REEF SITES AROUND SESOKO ISLAND OKINAWA, JAPAN (Abstract ID:29210) P

442
Kim, T.; Duprey, N.; Baker, D. M.; Lee, D.; Choi, Y.; Park, H.; TERRESTRIAL POLLUTION VERSUS GLOBAL WARMING: WHAT DRIVES CORAL ANNUAL EXTENSION IN THE ANTHROPOCENE ERA? - A CASE STUDY IN CHUUK LAGOON, MICRONESIA - (Abstract ID:29228) P

443
Rodrigues, L. J.; Goldsmith, S. T.; Wagner, E. J.; Moyer, R. P.; Levas, S.; A TOOLKIT FOR MANAGING RIVER INPUTS TO CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28357) P

444
Strong, A. E.; Wang, M.; Eakin, C. M.; Geiger, E. F.; Warner, R. A.; Skirving, W. J.; Liu, G.; Heron, S. F.; Tirak, K. V.; Ondrusek, M.; Hernandez, W. J.; Cardona-Maldonado, M.; Armstrong, R. A.; De La Cour, J. L.; NEW VIIRS SATELLITE OCEAN COLOR PRODUCTS FOR MANAGEMENT OF LAND-BASED SOURCES OF POLLUTION OVER CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28389) P