Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


39 Ridge to reef management approaches

Session organizer(s)

Curt Storlazzi, U.S. Geological Survey
cstorlazzi@usgs.gov

Christopher Brown, Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University
chris.brown@griffth.edu.au

Britta Schaffelke, Australian Institute of Marine Science
b.schaffelke@aims.gov.au

Viv Tulloch, Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science, The University of Queensland
v.tulloch@uq.edu.au

David Whitall, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
dave.whitall@noaa.gov

Stacy Jupiter, Wildlife Conservation Society
s.jupiter@wcs.org

Carissa Klein, School of Geography, Planning and the Environment, The University of Queensland
c.klein@uq.edu.au



Date: 06/22/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 306 A/B

09:30
Rodgers, K. S.; Franklin, E. C.; Jokiel, P. L.; Kapur, M.; Kido, M. H.; USE OF INTEGRATED LANDSCAPE INDICATORS TO EVALUATE THE CONDITION OF �RIDGE TO REEF� SYSTEMS AND PRIORITIZE WATERSHEDS FOR RESTORATION IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. (Abstract ID:27798) O

09:45
Comeros, M. T.; Lawrence, A. K.; Sudek, M.; Houk, P.; A FRAMEWORK TO ASSESS RIDGE TO REEF ECOSYSTEM HEALTH IN AMERICAN SAMOA (Abstract ID:29509) O

10:00
Brown, C. J.; Jupiter, S. D.; Klein, C. J.; TRACING THE IMPACTS OF LAND-USE CHANGE TO CORAL REEF FISHERIES (Abstract ID:29108) O

10:15
Whitall, D. R.; QUANTIFICATION OF LAND BASED SOURCES OF POLLUTION IN SUPPORT OF CORAL REEF MANAGEMENT: CASE STUDIES FROM TWO U.S. CORAL REEF TASK FORCE PRIORITY WATERSHEDS (Abstract ID:27984) O

10:30
Schaffelke, B.; Logan, M.; Lønborg, C.; Thompson, A.; REGIONAL-SCALE EVALUATIONS OF WATER QUALITY AND CORAL REEF CONDITION IN THE INNER GREAT BARRIER REEF HIGHLIGHT CHALLENGES FOR ADAPTIVE COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT (Abstract ID:29325) O

10:45
Vargas-Angel, B.; Storlazzi, C.; White, D. J.; Callender, T.; DETERMINING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES TO REDUCE LAND-BASED POLLUTION ON WEST MAUI (Abstract ID:28118) O

11:00
Tulloch, V. J.; Brown, C.; Possingham, H.; Jupiter, S.; Maina, J.; Klein, C.; IMPROVING CONSERVATION OUTCOMES FOR DATA-POOR CORAL REEFS AFFECTED BY FUTURE OIL PALM DEVELOPMENT IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA (Abstract ID:28473) O

11:15
Teneva, L. T.; McManus, M. A.; Jerolmon, C.; Neuheimer, A. B.; Clark, S. J.; Walker, G.; Kaho‘ohalahala, K.; Shimabukuro, E.; Ostrander, C.; Kittinger, J. N.; UNDERSTANDING REEF FLAT SEDIMENT REGIMES AND HYDRODYNAMICS CAN INFORM EROSION MITIGATION ON LAND (Abstract ID:28260) O

13:45
Falinski, K. A.; Oleson, K. L.; Lecky, J.; Hamel, P.; Yost, R. S.; Sutherland, R.; DEVELOPMENT OF A SUBTROPICAL, VOLCANIC GEOLOGY-SPECIFIC MODEL FOR SEDIMENT DELIVERY IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS (Abstract ID:29609) O

14:00
Carino-Valdez, B. B.; Villanoy, C. L.; Horigue, V.; Gammaru, A. A.; Solera, L. A.; Alino, P. M.; Rollon, R. N.; INTEGRATING WATERSHED AND HYDRODYNAMIC MODELS TO QUANTIFY LAND-DERIVED SEDIMENTATION ON REEFS (Abstract ID:29256) O

14:15
Takesue, R. K.; Swarzenski, P. W.; Stender, Y.; Storlazzi, C. D.; HISTORICAL RUNOFF SOURCES TO PELEKANE BAY, SOUTH KOHALA, HAWAI'I: IMPLICATIONS FOR REEF HEALTH (Abstract ID:29829) O

14:30
Carilli, J. E.; McNally, S. P.; Gray, S. C.; ASSESSING MITIGATION EFFORTS TO REDUCE SEDIMENT RUNOFF ON CORAL REEFS IN ST. JOHN, USVI USING CORAL GEOCHEMICAL PROXIES (Abstract ID:28376) O

14:45
Savage, C.; Miller, E.; Rundgren, C. D.; SEABIRD NUTRIENTS PROMOTE GROWTH AND RESILIENCE OF CORALS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT (Abstract ID:29014) O

15:00
Vandiver, L.; Moore, T. D.; Sturm, P.; Ortiz, S.; DEVELOPING COST EFFECTIVE METHODS FOR QUANTIFYING THE HABITAT BENEFIT OF WATERSHED RESTORATION (Abstract ID:29440) O

15:30
González, P.; Angulo Valdes, J. A.; González Sansón, G.; Hernández Fernández, L.; Pina Amargós, F.; LOCAL VS GLOBAL STRESSORS: THE CASE OF CUBAN CORAL REEF (Abstract ID:28087) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

445
Cochran, S. A.; Gibbs, A. E.; D'Antonio, N. L.; A MULTI-PLATFORM APPROACH TO MAP THE U.S. CORAL REEF TASK FORCE FAGAʻALU BAY WATERSHED PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE PRIORITY STUDY AREA, TUTUILA, AMERICAN SAMOA (Abstract ID:28256) P

446
Suryo Kusumo, K.; Ario Damar, PhD, D.; Mennofatria Boer, Prof., B.; Y.C. Chang, C.; F.W. Hong, H.; M.T. Lee, L.; DYNAMIC MODEL OF CORAL REEFS ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT AT THE PRAMUKA ISLAND, THOUSAND ISLANDS MARINE NATIONAL PARK � INDONESIA (Abstract ID:28044) P

447
MAIDIN, N. H.; NAIS, J.; MATSUMOTO, M. M.; AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON IMPACT OF DIVERS AT SIPADAN ISLAND PARK, SEMPORNA, SABAH (Abstract ID:27970) P

449
Borrero, J. C.; Clarke, M.; Klaus, R.; Mead, S. T.; Persand, S.; DESIGN OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION MEASURES FOR A CORAL LAGOON BEACH IN MAURITIUS (Abstract ID:29263) P

451
Conley, D. D.; THE EFFECTS OF JAPANESE STYLE MPAS AND ACANTHASTER PLANCI ON CORAL COVER IN ISHIGAKI JAPAN (Abstract ID:30081) P

453
Messina, A. T.; TERRIGENOUS SEDIMENT DYNAMICS IN A SMALL, TROPICAL FRINGING-REEF EMBAYMENT, AMERICAN SAMOA (Abstract ID:30005) P

454
Stender, Y. O.; Jokiel, P. L.; Rogers, K. S.; RESPONSE OF EARLY CORAL SETTLERS TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION IN PELEKANE BAY, HAWAI�I (Abstract ID:30105) P