Annually, the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies holds a 2-day symposium with talks by leading scientists and policy makers. This event is aimed at a general audience of scientists in diverse fields, educators, natural resource managers, conservationists, and policy makers. We also hold a public forum suitable for everyone: the general public, teachers and school children as well as scientists, resource managers and policy-makers. The videos from these, as well as other talks by Centre staff, can be found at the links below.
- Coral reefs ‘ruled by earthquakes and volcanoes’
- Coral reefs' collapse isn't inevitable, researchers say
- Scientists call for large ocean wilderness parks
- Remote reefs can be tougher than they look
- Community Power 'Can Rescue Failing Fish Stocks'
- Climate ‘brings opportunities and threats to the Pacific’
- Tiny plants devour reefs in warming, acidic oceans
- ‘Blood Test’ for Crook Corals
- Nesting site protection ‘key to save turtles from climate change’
- Crabs help reef fight deadly disease
- Marine Conservation Finance: Securing Marine Ecological and Socio-cultural Outcomes through Innovative and Strategic Finance - Confirmation seminar
- Global biodiversity loss: stop worrying and start panicking
- Double seminar: Coral reef research goes viral: determining the role of viruses in coral reefs.
- Exploring Social-Ecological Interactions in Hawaiian Coral Reefs: Implications for Managing Towards Sustainability
- Negotiating the Future of Local ‘Backwaters’: Participatory Marine Conservation amongst the Islanders in Eastern Indonesia