Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


77 Corals and the U.S. Endangered Species Act: Bridging the gap between science, management, and conservation action

Session organizer(s)

Abel Valdivia, Center for Biological Diversity
avaldivia@biologicaldiversity.org

John Bruno, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
jbruno@unc.edu

Jennifer Moore, NOAA Fisheries Service Southeast Regional Office
Jennifer.moore@noaa.gov

Bernardo Vargas-Angel, NOAA Fisheries Service Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center
bernardo.vargasangel@noaa.gov



Date: 06/22/2016

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Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

694
Fenner, D.; AN INTRODUCTORY COMPARISON OF THE IUCN RED LIST AND THE U.S. ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT (Abstract ID:29923) P

696
Rhyne, A. L.; Tlusty, M.; Kaufman, L.; Holmberg, R.; Szczebak, J.; HOW CORAL REEF TRADE DATA CAN HELP INFORM POLICY DECISIONS (Abstract ID:29519) P

698
Lopez Padierna, M.; Gilliam, D. S.; Walker, B. K.; DISTRIBUTION OF THREATENED CORAL SPECIES IN THE PARQUE NACIONAL SISTEMA ARRECIFAL VERACRUZANO, VERACRUZ, MEXICO (Abstract ID:29677) P

699
Rooney, J.; Acoba, T.; Lichowski, F.; CORALS AND THE U.S. ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT, AND CONSERVATION ACTION (Abstract ID:29786) P

701
Lybolt, M.; Garcia, R.; Soucier, C.; INTEGRATING CORAL LARVAE INTO POLICY COMPLIANCE USING BULK PLANKTONIC SAMPLES FOUND PEAK LARVAL DENSITY OF 600 PER CUBIC METER, 9 DAYS AFTER THE FULL MOON (Abstract ID:29892) P

702
Andreas Dietzel, A.; QUANTITY, NOT QUALITY � FIRST LARGE-SCALE CENSUS OF INDO-PACIFIC SCLERACTINIAN CORALS (Abstract ID:30102) P


Date: 06/23/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 303 A/B

09:30
Valdivia, A.; Wolf, S.; Sakashita, M.; PROTECTING CORALS UNDER THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT CAN PROMOTE CORAL REEF RECOVERY (Abstract ID:28940) O

09:45
Moore, J. A.; Moulding, A. L.; USING THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT TO ACHIEVE CORAL CONSERVATION (Abstract ID:29378) O

10:00
Smith, L. W.; ESA-LISTED INDO-PACIFIC CORALS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES (Abstract ID:29718) O

10:15
Moulding, A. L.; Moore, J. A.; RECOVERY PLAN FOR ACROPORA PALMATA AND ACROPORA CERVICORNIS (Abstract ID:28161) O

10:30
Vardi, T.; Williams, D. E.; Sandin, S. A.; REGIONAL ANALYSIS OF ACROPORA PALMATA POPULATION AND RESILIENCE DYNAMICS USING STOCHASTIC MATRIX MODELING (Abstract ID:29569) O

10:45
Swanson, D. W.; Samson, J. C.; QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ESA CORAL POPULATIONS AND THE APPLICATION OF RESOURCE SELECTION THEORY (Abstract ID:28841) O

11:15
Kaufman, L.; Carne, L.; Miller, S.; Precht, W.; Lesneski, K.; Scavo, K.; Nedimyer, K.; COMMUNITY AND ECOSYSTEM ASPECTS OF THE RECOVERY OF ATLANTIC ACROPORID CORALS: SCIENCE IN SUPPORT OF STEPWISE STEWARDSHIP GOALS (Abstract ID:28926) O