Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


61 Ecosystem based management of coral reef fisheries

Session organizer(s)

Supin Wongbusarakum, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Honolulu, USA
supin.wongbusarakum@noaa.gov

Jason Link, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Wood Holes, USA
jason.link@noaa.gov

Luky Adrianto, Bogor Agricultural University, Bogor, Indonesia
lukyadrianto@gmail.com

Robert Pomeroy, University of Connecticut - Avery Point
robert.pomeroy@uconn.edu



Date: 06/20/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 305 A/B

10:00
Link, J. S.; Fogarty, M. J.; et al., ..; ADVANCING ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT: ECOSYSTEM-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT POLICY AND ROADMAP, WITH PARTICULAR EMPHASIS FOR CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28073) O

10:15
Pomeroy, R. S.; MOVINGTOWARDSANECOSYSTEMAPPROACHTO FISHERIES MANAGEMENTIN THE CORALTRIANGLEREGION (Abstract ID:27924) O

11:00
BAYATE, D. E.; PEREZ, A. G.; THE ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO FISHERIES MANAGEMENT (EAFM) FRAMEWORK IN THE CONTEXT OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES (Abstract ID:29333) O

11:15
López-Rivera, M. M.; Arnold, W. S.; A CASE STUDY OF ECOSYSTEM-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN PUERTO RICO: THE IDEAL AND THE REAL. (Abstract ID:29203) O

11:30
Nash, K. L.; Graham, N. A.; Wilson, S. K.; Bijoux, J.; Robinson, J.; Jennings, S.; Bellwood, D. R.; MANAGING CORAL REEFS FOR FISHERIES AND ECOSYSTEM RESILIENCE OBJECTIVES (Abstract ID:27894) O

11:45
Altman, I.; Kaufman, L.; A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF THE LINKAGES AND OUTCOMES OF BIODIVERSITY VS. FISHERIES CONSERVATION INTERVENTIONS FOR CORAL REEF SYSTEMS (Abstract ID:29493) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

573
Miller, J.; Beets, J.; Friedlander, A.; Feeley, M.; Rogers, C.; A 25-YEAR MONITORING PROGRAM REVEALS SIGNIFICANT DECREASES IN CORAL BUT INCREASES IN REEF FISH ABUNDANCE AND BIOMASS ON REEFS IN ST. JOHN, US VIRGIN ISLANDS (Abstract ID:29619) P

574
Moews-Asher, M. A.; Abbey, M.; Brainard, R. E.; Capezzuoli, S.; Funge-Smith, S.; Gregory, R.; Grose, C.; Hermes, R.; Pomeroy, R.; Staples, D.; Wongbusarakum, S.; ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO FISHERIES MANAGEMENT FOR LEADERS, EXECUTIVES AND DECISION-MAKERS (LEAD) (Abstract ID:29074) P

575
Hilomen, V. V.; Campos, W. L.; Alino, P. M.; PROBLEMS IN CAPTURE FISHERIES IN RAGAY GULF, PHILIPPINES: COST OF INACTION (Abstract ID:28992) P

576
Bacabac, M. A.; Ticzon, V. S.; Nañola, C. L.; Cabansag, J. P.; Chipeco, C. B.; Simon, A. P.; Fortela, E. B.; Perez, P. T.; Sabban, F. B.; Cabasan, J. P.; Elumba, M. E.; Paradela, M. C.; Boco, S.; Manguilimotan, L. C.; Quimpo, T. R.; ASSESSING REEF FISH RESILIENCY AND PRODUCTIVITY IN THE PHILIPPINES (Abstract ID:29123) P

577
Bayate, D. E.; Perez, A. G.; Ramiscal, R. V.; RECENT BFAR INITIATIVES RELATING TO EAFM (Abstract ID:29193) P

578
Bohnsack, J. A.; Ault, J. S.; Smith, S. G.; Blondeau, J.; INNOVATIONS AND ADVANCEMENTS OF FISHERY-INDEPENDENT, VISUAL MONITORING OF CORAL REEF FISHES FOR ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT (Abstract ID:29612) P

579
Quimpo, T. R.; Mamauag, S. S.; Aliño, P. M.; Arceo, H. O.; Cabaitan, P. C.; CATCH TRENDS IN MARINE TROPHIC GROUPS: AN EVALUATION OF SELECTED MARINE KEY BIODIVERSITY AREAS IN THE PHILIPPINES (Abstract ID:29310) P