Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


65 Improving the understanding and management of coral reef socio-ecological systems through community and stakeholder engagement

Session organizer(s)

Jeremy Jackson, Smithsonian Institution and Scripps Institution of Oceanography
jeremybcjackson@gmail.com

Annette Breckwoldt, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) Bremen, Germany
annette.breckwoldt@zmt-bremen.de

Ruth H. Thurstan, The University of Queensland
r.thurstan@uq.edu.au

Kirsten Oleson, University of Hawai'i Manoa, USA
koleson@hawaii.edu

Jerker Tamelander, UNEP Coral Reef Unit
amelander@un.org

Shankar Aswani, Departments of Anthropology and Ichthyology and Fisheries (DIFS), Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa
S.Aswani@ru.ac.za

Sarah M. Buckley, The University of Queensland
s.buckley2@uq.edu.au

Sebastian Ferse, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Bremen, Germany
sebastian.ferse@zmt-bremen.de

Haruko Koike, Fisheries Ecology Research Lab, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA
hkoike@hawaii.edu

Renae Tobin, James Cook University
renae.tobin@jcu.edu.au

Adam Ayers, University of Hawai'i Manoa, USA
alayers@hawaii.edu

Alan Friedlander, Fisheries Ecology Research Lab, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA
friedlan@hawaii.edu

John N. Kittinger, Conservation International
jkittinger@conservation.org



Date: 06/21/2016

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Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

601
Vave, R. D.; Friedlander, A.; Jupiter, S.; IMPROVING THE UNDERSTANDING AND INFLUENCE OF INDIGENOUS FIJIAN FUNERAL PRACTICE ON CORAL REEF-SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS (Abstract ID:30080) P

602
Murray, J.; SUPPORTING COASTAL COMMUNITIES TO ACHIEVE A SUSTAINABLE AQUARIUM TRADE (Abstract ID:29739) P

603
Ingram, R. J.; Oleson, K. L.; Gove, J.; USING CONCEPTUAL ECOSYSTEM MODELING TO SUPPORT ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT IN WEST HAWAI�I (Abstract ID:29542) P

604
GONZALEZ-CANO, J. M.; MUESO SUBACUATICO DE ARTE (MUSA) AN EFFECTIVE PROJECT TO REDIRECT AND CONTROL VISITORS IN THE NATIONAL PARK OF CANCUN � ISLA MUJERES, MEXICO. (Abstract ID:29444) P

605
Pothin, K.; INVOLVING TRADITIONAL FISHERMEN IN MPA MANAGEMENT : TOWARDS A WIN-WIN SITUATION IN REUNION (Abstract ID:29478) P

606
Summers, N. M.; Young, K.; Baissac, P.; Mitternique, C.; Montocchio, E.; COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT VOLUNTARY MANAGEMENT MODELS FOR WISE USE COASTAL CONSERVATION IN HIGH USAGE AREAS. (Abstract ID:29397) P

607
Ahamada, S. M.; Obura, D.; CORAL REEFS OF THE WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN � STATUS AND BLEACHING IN 2016 (Abstract ID:29179) P

608
Cross, L. H.; Constantine, S. L.; Schmid, C.; Southey, S.; Regis, A.; Ashby, D.; �THIS IS WHO WE ARE�: NATIONAL CAMPAIGN COMPETITION IN THE CARIBBEAN INCREASES COMMUNITY AWARENESS OF MARINE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT (Abstract ID:28977) P

609
Grass-Sessay, S. A.; CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF CORAL REEF MANAGEMENT IN WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA (Abstract ID:28152) P

610
Levine, A. S.; DEFINING �COMMUNITY� FOR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN MARINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN HAWAI�I (Abstract ID:27882) P

612
Olivo-Maldonado, I.; Suleiman-Ramos, S.; Mercado-Molina, A. E.; Hernandez-Delgado, E. A.; COMMUNITY-BASED CORAL AQUACULTURE AND REEF REHABILITATION PROGRAM: THIRTEEN YEARS OF LESSONS LEARNED OF CORAL REEF MANAGEMENT IN PUERTO RICO (Abstract ID:28417) P


Date: 06/23/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 305 A/B

13:45
Croquer, A.; Cortés, J.; Weil, E.; Jordán-Dhalgren, E.; Ogden, J. C.; Montilla, L. M.; CARICOMP: TWENTY YEARS DESCRIBING PATTERNS AND TRAJECTORIES OF CARIBBEAN CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28156) O

14:00
Garza-Pérez, J. R.; López-Patoni Caro, A.; García-Guzmán, S.; González-Pizá, L. D.; Molina-Hernández, A. L.; Naranjo-García, M. J.; CORAL REEF STRUCTURE INDEX: A SPATIALLY EXPLICIT TOOL FOR MANAGEMENT DECISION SUPPORT IN THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN. (Abstract ID:28062) O

14:15
Belmont, J. R.; Edwards, P.; McDonald Gayle, K.; IMPROVING LONG-TERM CORAL REEF MONITORING IN THE WIDER CARIBBEAN REGION: INITIAL GCRMN-CARIBBEAN ACCOMPLISHMENTS (Abstract ID:28385) O

14:30
McField, M. D.; Kramer, P. R.; Drysdale, I.; Rueda, M.; Pott, R.; Giro, A.; MONITORING AND REPORTING ON REEF HEALTH AND MANAGEMENT IN THE MESOAMERICAN REEF (Abstract ID:29806) O

14:45
Thurstan, R. H.; Buckley, S. M.; Pandolfi, J. M.; ENGAGING RESOURCE USERS TO IDENTIFY SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL CHANGES IN AUSTRALIA�S CORAL TROUT FISHERY. (Abstract ID:28463) O

15:00
Wachenfeld, D. R.; �REEF RECOVERY PLANS� FOR THE GREAT BARRIER REEF MARINE PARK- MANAGING LOCAL PRESSURES IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT (Abstract ID:28971) O

15:15
Jackson, J.; GOOD GOVERNANCE INCREASES CORAL REEF RESILIENCE (Abstract ID:28699) O

16:15
Nelson, P. A.; Crane, N.; Rulmal, J.; Paddack, M.; Bernardi, G.; Abelson, A.; SEAFOOD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS IN FISHERY-DEPENDENT HUMAN COMMUNITIES: ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS IN A CORAL REEF SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM (Abstract ID:30038) O

16:30
Cakacaka, A.; Ferse, S.; Breckwoldt, A.; Glaser, M.; LIVELIHOOD VULNERABILITY OF COASTAL COMMUNITIES TO CHANGES IN MARINE RESOURCE USE: CASE STUDY OF FIJI AND SOLOMON ISLANDS (Abstract ID:28683) O

16:45
Reuter, H.; Breckwoldt, A.; Glaser, M.; Teichberg, M.; Miñarro, s.; Lukman, M.; Jompa, J.; INTEGRATIVE ANALYSIS OF SUSTAINABLE TRAJECTORIES IN HEAVILY USED INDONESIAN CORAL REEF SYSTEMS (Abstract ID:29555) O

17:15
Crane, N. L.; Nelson, P.; Paddack, M.; Bernardi, G.; Rulmal, J.; PARTNERSHIP FOR SUCCESS IN A CHANGING SEASCAPE: COMBINING INDIGENOUS PRACTICES AND WESTERN SCIENCE FOR SUSTAINABLE REEF MANAGEMENT IN THE YAP OUTER ISLANDS (Abstract ID:29987) O

17:30
Halik, A.; PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT IN CORAL REEF MANAGEMENT, THE RESULT OF THREE CITIZEN PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES CONDUCTED IN SULAWESI, INDONESIA (Abstract ID:27964) O

17:45
Marques da Silva, I.; Antão, L.; Pires, P.; Soares, A.; Dornelas, M.; CO-MANAGEMENT AND MARKET FORCES DRIVE SIZE OF FISHERIES LANDINGS (Abstract ID:28659) O