Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


80 Offshore coral reefs in the South China Sea: Science, problems and solutions

Session organizer(s)

John W. McManus, Rosenstiel School, University of Miami
mcmanus.john@gmail.com

Kwang-Tsao Shao, Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
zoskt@gate.sinica.edu.tw



Date: 06/22/2016

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Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

703
Yeung, A. H.; Baker, D. M.; A TURNAROUND AT SANYA NATIONAL CORAL REEF NATURE RESERVE? (Abstract ID:28163) P

704
Soong, K.; DONGSHA ATOLL IN SOUTH CHINA SEA, THE STATUS, THE RESEARCH, THE STATION (Abstract ID:28595) P


Date: 06/24/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 302 A/B

09:30
Lin, H. J.; Chung, C. Y.; Hsieh, L. Y.; DO DIFFERENT SEAGRASS SPECIES SUPPORT UNIQUE BENTHIC MACROFAUNAL COMMUNITIES? (Abstract ID:28536) O

09:45
Zhang, Y.; Huang, H.; Jiang, L.; Miao, G.; Lian, J.; Sheng, L.; AN OUTBREAK OF A SESSILE SEA CUCUMBER REDUCES POST-SETTLEMENT SURVIVORSHIP OF CORAL RECRUITS (Abstract ID:28561) O

10:00
McManus, J. W.; RECENT DAMAGE TO OFFSHORE CORAL REEFS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA: QUANTIFICATION, IMPLICATIONS AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS (Abstract ID:28225) O

10:15
huang, h.; STATUS OF CORAL REEFS IN XISHA ISLANDS(PARACEL ISLANDS) (Abstract ID:28412) O

10:30
Hui, H.; McCook, L.; CHINESE CORAL REEF MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH: ENHANCING THE SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATION FOR BEST PRACTICE, ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA (Abstract ID:29947) O

10:45
Gomez, E. D.; Menez, A. J.; Alino, P. M.; Villanoy, C. L.; Siringan, F. P.; DESIGNING AN ASIAN MARINE HERITAGE: FISHING FOR PEACE (Abstract ID:30073) O

11:00
Shao, K.; MARINE BIODIVERSITY AT TAIPING ISLAND AND PROPOSAL FOR ESTABLISHING MARINE PROTECTED AREA AT THE SPRATLY ISLANDS (Abstract ID:28557) O

11:15
Carpenter, K. E.; ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE TO CORAL REEFS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA AND INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION UNDER THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA (Abstract ID:29776) O