Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


42A Propagation and active reef restoration – techniques and considerations for the production of corals and propagules and transplantation onto degraded reefs

Session organizer(s)

Tom Moore, NOAA Restoration Center
tom.moore@noaa.gov

Sarah Frias-Torres, Smithsonian Marine Station, Fort Pierce, FL, USA
sfriastorres@gmail.com

David Vaughan, Mote Marine Laboratory
dvaughan@mote.org

Phanor Montoya-Maya, Nature Seychelles, Praslin, Republic of Seychelles
phanor@natureseychelles.org

Diego Lirman, University of Miami
dlirman@rsmas.miami.edu

Claude Reveret, CREOCEAN, La Rochelle, France
claudereve@yahoo.fr

Edwin A. Hernandez-Delgado, University of Puerto Rico Center for Applied Tropical Ecology and Conservation
coral_giac@yahoo.com



Date: 06/22/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 301 B

13:45
Ross, A. M.; THE EFFICACY OF NURSERY HEAD-STARTING IN THE CULTURE AND RESTORATION OF ACROPORA CERVICORNIS (Abstract ID:28842) O

14:00
Hernandez-Delgado, E. A.; Mercado-Molina, A. E.; Suleiman-Ramos, S. E.; THE UNLIKELY PERSISTENCE OF RESTORED STAGHORN CORAL (ACROPORA CERVICORNIS) POPULATIONS IN A WARMING WORLD: LESSONS LEARNED FROM A MODELLING APPROACH (Abstract ID:28802) O

14:15
Mercado-Molina, A. E.; Ruiz-Diaz, C. P.; Sabat, A. M.; RAMIFICATION PATTERNS OF THE THREATENED CORAL ACROPORA CERVICORNIS: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESTORATION ACTIVITIES (Abstract ID:30097) O

14:30
Lohr, K. E.; Patterson, J. T.; VARIATION IN GROWTH, BRANCHING, AND BLEACHING AMONG NURSERY-REARED STAGHORN CORAL ACROPORA CERVICORNIS GENOTYPES (Abstract ID:28398) O

14:45
Goergen, E. A.; Gilliam, D. S.; OPTIMIZING OUTPLANT SUCCESS FOR ACROPORA CERVICORNIS: AN ASSESSMENT OF VARYING COLONY DENSITY, SIZE AND ATTACHMENT TECHNIQUES (Abstract ID:28404) O

15:00
Goergen, E. A.; Gilliam, D. S.; A COMPARISON OF DISEASE PREVALENCE IN WILD AND OUTPLANTED ACROPORA CERVICORNIS COLONIES ALONG THE FLORIDA REEF TRACT (Abstract ID:29027) O

15:15
Griffin, S. P.; Moore, T. D.; Nemeth, M. I.; Gleason, A.; Gintert, B.; USING TIME LAPSE PHOTOMOSAICS TO MONITOR GROWTH AND EXPANSION OF ACROPORA CERVICORNIS THICKETS CREATED BY OUTPLANTING NURSERY GROWN CORALS (Abstract ID:29006) O

15:30
NEDIMYER, K. N.; Levy, J.; Ripple, K.; CORAL RESTORATION FOUNDATION: A 15 YEAR STUDY IN BUILDING A LARGE SCALE, REPLICABLE RESTORATION MODEL (Abstract ID:29957) O

16:15
Frias-Torres, S.; Montoya-Maya, P. H.; Reveret, C.; Shah, N. J.; LARGE-SCALE CORAL REEF RESTORATION IN SEYCHELLES ADAPTED TO CLIMATE CHANGE (Abstract ID:29566) O

16:30
Montoya-Maya, P. H.; Reveret, C.; Frias-Torres, S.; Henri, K.; Shah, N. J.; CORAL GARDENING AS A MPA MANAGEMENT TOOL: A SUCCESS STORY IN THE REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES (Abstract ID:29441) O

16:45
Garcia-Salgado, M.; Nava-Martinez, G.; Samos-Falcon, E.; Le Clercq, C.; IMPROVING RESILIENCE THROUGH CORAL RESTORATION IN NO TAKE AREAS (Abstract ID:29857) O

17:00
Osinga, R.; Murk, A. J.; Marijt, M.; Knoester, E.; Lutjeboer, H.; Stokman, E.; REEFOLUTION – A NEW CORAL REEF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN KENYA (Abstract ID:29335) O

17:15
Williams, S. L.; Janetski, N.; Rapi, S.; Sur, C.; Barron, L.; Yusuf, A. M.; Jompa, J.; Mars, F.; CORAL REHABILITATION IN SOUTH SULAWESI: HIGH CORAL GROWTH ON SIMPLE MODULAR STRUCTURES (Abstract ID:27801) O

17:30
Burns, N. M.; Raymundo, L. J.; MITIGATING THE LOSS OF STAGHORN ACROPORA FROM BLEACHING MORTALITY, USING RESILIENT POPULATIONS (Abstract ID:29989) O

17:45
van Koningsveld, M.; Smolders, T.; Elzinga, J.; ter Hofstede, R.; Tebben, J.; Osinga, R.; REEFGUARD: AN INDUSTRY LED APPROACH TO ASSISTED REEF REHABILITATION WITH ‘LAB’-CULTURED JUVENILE CORALS OBTAINED FROM NATURAL CORAL SPAWNING EVENTS (Abstract ID:28713) O

18:00
Vaughan, D. E.; CORAL RESTORATION, PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES (Abstract ID:29682) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

478
Levy, J. S.; Ripple, K. J.; Nedimyer, K.; LOOKING BACK TO LOOK FORWARD: AN EVOLUTION OF ACROPORA RESTORATION TECHNIQUES (Abstract ID:29847) P

480
Jaubert, J. M.; Allemand, D.; Alliouane, S.; Gattuso, J. P.; Orengo, S.; Maurel, P.; Reynaud, S.; Tambutté, E.; Zoccola, D.; THE 26 YEARS OLD CAPTIVE REEF KEPT AT THE MONACO’S OCEANOGRAPHIC MUSEUM (Abstract ID:29443) P

481
Reveret, C.; Frias-Torres, S.; Montoya-Maya, P.; Shah, N.; Henri, K.; SURVIVAL AND GROWTH MONITORING OF TRANSPLANTED CORALS IN SPECIAL RESERVE, REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES (Abstract ID:29305) P

482
Bellworthy, J.; ENVIRONMENTALLY MEDIATED MATERNAL EFFECTS IN STYLOPHORA PISTILLATA FROM THE GULF OF AQABA, RED SEA. (Abstract ID:29387) P

483
O'Donnell, K. E.; Lohr, K. E.; Bartels, E.; Patterson, J. T.; EVALUATION OF ACROPORA CERVICORNIS PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES IN AN OCEAN-BASED NURSERY WITH CONSIDERATION OF CORAL GENOTYPE (Abstract ID:27927) P

484
Wolke, C. S.; Chan, C. T.; Gulko, D. A.; Ranson, S. P.; Del Rio Torres, L.; HAWAIIAN POCCILOPORA DAMICORNIS BABIES LEAD THE WAY TO REEF RESTORATION (Abstract ID:28109) P