Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


40 Coastal pollution: nutrients, sewage and contaminants

Session organizer(s)

Stephanie Wear, The Nature Conservancy
swear@tnc.org

Elizabeth Bradford, CH2M
elizabeth.bradford@ch2m.com

James Byrne, The Nature Conservancy
jbyrne@tnc.org

Aaron Hutchins, The Nature Conservancy
ahutchins@tnc.org



Date: 06/20/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 306 A/B

14:00
Wear, S. L.; Vega Thurber, R.; SEWAGE POLLUTION: MITIGATION IS KEY FOR CORAL REEF STEWARDSHIP (Abstract ID:29004) O

14:15
Bradford, E. J.; Hutchins, A.; Kealy, M. J.; Codner-Smith, E.; Weier, J. A.; Corbin, C.; SOCIAL RESILIENCE AND THE BUSINESS CASE FOR INCREASING INVESTMENT IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT: THE IMPORTANCE OF INTEGRATING EFFECTS ON NATURAL CAPITAL (Abstract ID:30019) O

14:30
Wiegner, T. N.; Abaya, L.; Beets, J.; Carlson, K.; Colbert, S.; Couch, C. S.; Kramer, K. L.; Most, R.; A MULTI-TRACER APPROACH FOR IDENTIFYING SEWAGE POLLUTION HOTSPOTS ON A HAWAIIAN CORAL REEF (Abstract ID:29644) O

15:15
Downs, C. A.; Cruz, S. A.; Fauth, J. E.; PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT POLLUTION ON CORAL REEFS: TOXICOLOGY AND CONTAMINATION OF UV SUNSCREENS, PRESERVATIVES, PLASTIC MICROSPHERES AND OTHER INGREDIENTS (Abstract ID:29544) O

15:30
Biscéré, T.; Rodolfo-Metalpa, R.; Lorrain, A.; Chauvaud, L.; Thébault, J.; Gilbert, A.; Clavier, J.; Houlbrèque, F.; RESPONSES OF TWO SCLERACTINIAN CORALS TO METAL POLLUTION AND OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:29880) O

16:30
Bachok, Z.; Ali, H. R.; EFFECT OF BOOSTER BIOCIDES, IRGAROL ON CORALS FROM MALAYSIAN REEF, SOUTH CHINA SEA, AS INDICATE BY FATTY ACID MARKERS (Abstract ID:27971) O

16:45
Strahl, J.; Stolz, I.; Rocker, M.; Fabricius, K. E.; PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF ACROPORA TENUIS ON A NUTRIENT AND TURBIDITY GRADIENT IN THE GREAT BARRIER REEF (Abstract ID:29584) O

17:00
Hedberg, N. E.; Tedengren, M.; EFFECTS OF AQUACULTURE ON MUCUS PROPERTIES IN THE CORAL FUNGIA (Abstract ID:29438) O

17:15
La Valle, F. F.; Thomas, F. I.; Dulai, H.; Richardson, C.; GROUNDWATER-ASSOCIATED NUTRIENTS IMPACT BENTHIC PRODCUTIVITY AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE ACROSS A REEF FLAT IN MAUNALUA BAY, HAWAI'I (Abstract ID:28765) O

17:45
Duprey, N. N.; Wang, X. T.; Kim, T.; Thompson, P.; Pleadwell, J.; Raymundo, L. J.; Kim, K.; Baker, D. M.; CORAL SKELETAL �15N RECORDS PROVIDE A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON COASTAL CORAL REEFS EUTROPHICATION (Abstract ID:29131) O

18:00
Lal, R. R.; N’Yeurt, A. D.; Bythell, J.; Rico, C.; CORAL SETTLEMENT, SURVIVABILITY, AND DIVERSITY IN A HEAVILY STRESSED SUB-OPTIMAL URBAN REEF ENVIRONMENT IN THE FIJI ISLANDS (Abstract ID:27793) O

18:15
Baum, G.; Januar, H. I.; Ferse, S. C.; Wild, C.; Kunzmann, A.; WATER QUALITY LINKED TO ABUNDANCE AND PHYSIOLOGY OF DOMINANT SOFT CORALS IN JAKARTA BAY, INDONESIA (Abstract ID:28311) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

455
Mizuyama, M.; Reimer, J. D.; 40 YEARS OF ENVIRONMENTAL DISTURBANCES AND MOLLUSK COMMUNITIES IN THE INTERTIDAL ZONE OF OKINAWA ISLAND, JAPAN. (Abstract ID:30059) P

456
Sims, Z. C.; Cohen, A. L.; Luu, V. H.; Sigman, D. M.; Rivera, H. E.; Barkley, H. C.; Beir, R.; Yao, V. M.; GROUNDWATER-MEDIATED ANTHROPOGENIC NUTRIENT INPUTS TO A NEAR-SHORE REEF ON BERMUDA (Abstract ID:30039) P

457
May, L.; Woodley, C. E.; Downs, C. A.; TOXICOLOGY OF EXPLOSIVE COMPOUNDS TO CORALS (Abstract ID:29983) P

458
Stevens, T. C.; Lewis, S. E.; Williamson, D. H.; Parke Sousaari, E.; Jones, G. P.; SEDIMENT TRAPS FOR MONITORING LAND-BASED IMPACTS ON MARINE ECOSYSTEMS: APPLICATIONS AND RESULTS IN AUSTRALIA AND CORAL TRIANGLE INITIATIVE REGION (Abstract ID:29900) P

459
Zuzek, P.; Lapointe, B.; Kim, K.; Oxenford, H.; MacIntosh, K.; Finney, J. C.; Downs, C. A.; INCREASING THE RESILIENCE OF CORAL REEFS AND INFRASTRUCTURE TO CLIMATE CHANGE THREATS IN BARBADOS BY IDENTIFYING, CHARACTERIZNG AND ADDRESSING LOCAL STRESSORS (Abstract ID:29830) P

461
Goldberg, S. J.; Nelson, C. E.; Dulai, H.; Donahue, M. J.; Remple, K.; Richardson, C.; La Valle, F.; Fackrell, J.; Thomas, F. I.; DETECTING HOURLY TO DAILY VARIABILITY IN SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER PLUMES, NUTRIENTS AND FLUORESCENT DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER AT A CORAL REEF IN MAUNALUA BAY, HI (Abstract ID:29707) P

462
Spring, S. M.; Agardy, T. S.; A CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF OYSTER REMEDIATION FOR CORAL REEF RESTORATION IN BARBADOS (Abstract ID:28982) P

463
Leroi, C.; Gonzalez, C.; Vaucherot, V.; Vieux, C.; Spinelli, S.; Avezac, M.; Leroi, M.; Lafabrie, C.; IMPACT OF NUTRIENT, SEAWAGE AND CONTAMINANT PRESSURES ON THE WATER QUALITY OF A FRENCH POLYNESIAN REEF LAGOON (FAAROA, RAIATEA ISLAND) (Abstract ID:28975) P

464
Booth, H. S.; Manning, M. M.; THE SUNSCREEN SHEEN: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PRESENCE AND QUANTITY OF ORGANIC UV-FILTERS IN THE WATERS OFF WAIKIKI BEACH (Abstract ID:28928) P

465
Downs, V. E.; Downs, C. A.; Krmarsky-Winter, E.; Kushmaro, A.; Woodley, C. E.; Richmond, R.; THE THREAT OF BOAT ANTIFOULANT PAINTS TO CORAL REEFS: PERMENANT MOORING AND ANCHORING SITES AS A SIGNIFICANT SOURCE OF LOCALIZED CORAL REEF DEGRADATION (Abstract ID:29605) P

466
Berry, K.; Hoogenboom, M.; Flores, F.; Negri, A.; EFFECTS OF UNBURNT COAL DUST ON A CORAL, REEF FISH, AND SEAGRASS SPECIES (Abstract ID:29570) P

467
SURESH, P.; CHANDRAN, R.; SATYANARAYANA, C.; IMPACTS OF MACRO ALGAE ON THE CORAL TRANSPLANTATION/RESTORATION EFFORTS IN THE GULF OF KACHCHH, NORTH-WEST COAST OF INDIA (Abstract ID:28159) P