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People and ecosystems

Understanding of the links between coral reef ecosystems, the goods and services they provide to people, and the wellbeing of human societies.

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Ecosystem dynamics: past, present and future

Examining the multi-scale dynamics of reefs, from population dynamics to macroevolution

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Responding to a changing world

Advancing the fundamental understanding of the key processes underpinning reef resilience.

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ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
James Cook University Townsville
Queensland 4811 Australia

Phone: 61 7 4781 4000
Email: info@coralcoe.org.au

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Event

13th International Coral Reef Symposium

When

19-24 June 2016

location
Honolulu, Hawai'i

In June 2016, the ARC Centre was the largest single contributor to the 13th International Coral Reef Symposium held in Hawaii.

Centre researchers gave 148 presentations including 2 plenaries delivered by Peter Mumby and Janice Lough. Janice spoke on the need to limit global warming to save coral reefs while Peter highlighted the seaweed threat to Pacific coral reefs.

In addition, Josh Cinner, Ove Hoegh-Guldberg and Terry Hughes were three of the five panellists in the final day plenary discussion on climate change and its impacts on coral reefs. Terry also gave a standing room only presentation on the 2016 coral bleaching event in Australia.

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies is proud to be a member of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) which hosted the  2016 Symposium (ICRS).

The world’s major coral reef science meeting is held every four years, bringing together thousands of coral reef scientists, policy makers and managers from 70 nations to discuss latest research findings and how to achieve coral reef sustainability.

For more information about the 2016 ICRS event please click here.

Program

You can find a schedule of Centre researchers’ presentations and posters only, as well as workshops and social events hosted by Centre researchers in the Program Tab on the top of this page. A full program and agenda of the entire symposium can be found here.

The following contains information on Centre researchers’ presentations and posters only, as well as workshops and social events hosted by Centre researchers. A full program and agenda of the entire symposium can be found here. Click on each presenter’s name to know more about their work.

Printable presentations and posters programs

All presentations and posters by Centre researchers (pdf)

  • Monday 20th June (pdf)
  • Tuesday 21st June (pdf)
  • Wednesday 22nd June (pdf)
  • Thursday 23rd June (pdf)
  • Friday 24th June (pdf)

 

Sunday 19th June

Workshops

  • Time: 8:00am-5.00pm, Location: 307 A/B Getting Published – This workshop will be directed at early career scientists interested in learning how to navigate the publication process. The workshop will be run by Professors Joshua Cinner and Terry Hughes.

 

Monday 20th June

Presentations

Time Slot

Name

Title

Room

10:00C AguilarElevated Pco2 Suppresses The Innate Immune Response Of The Coral Acropora Millepora To Lps Challenge313 B
10:15A MoyaRapid Acclimation Of Juvenile Corals To Co2-Mediated Acidification By Up-Regulation Of Heat Shock Protein And Anti-Apoptotic Bcl-2 Genes313 B
11:00B SommerHigh-Latitude Reefs As Novel Ecosystems – Models For Future Species Configurations, Interactions And Functions314
11:30R GruberCommunity Production And Respiration In An Extreme Environment: New Insights From Tropical Tide-Dominated Fringing Reefs317 A/B
11:45D Bender-ChampTemporal Changes In The Productivity And Calcification Of Slope And Lagoonal Benthic Communities On A Platform Reef317 A/B
11:45M McCullochHow Corals Control Calcification In A High Co2 World313 C
14:00S ForêtA Phylogenomic Approach Reveals The Monophyly Of Scleractinians311
14:00M PalaciosMultiple Predator Effects On Juvenile Prey Mortality310 THEATER
14:00B PresseyPlanning And Managing Marine Protected Areas: From Belief Systems To Evidence302 A/B
14:00M F LinA Phylogenomic Approach Reveals The Monophyly Of Scleractinians (S Foret Presenting)311
14:15C MacDonaldEcological Determinants Of Depth Ranges In Coral-Feeding Butterflyfish: Are Deep Reefs A Refuge?308 A/B
14:15M van OppenThe Diversity And Roles Of Coral-Associated Viruses313 A
14:30H MarkhamReconstructing Coral Communities Through Time To Determine The Effect Of Human Influence On The Inshore Great Barrier Reef301 B
14:45V RadiceThe Influence Of Upwelling On The Trophic Status Of Corals From The Shallow And Deep Slope In The Central Maldives317 A/B
14:45R RamasamyPlasticity Of Escape Responses: How Experienced Coral Reef Fish Alter Their Escape Performance310 THEATER
15:00D CeccarelliMpa Performance Under Pressure: Can They Yield Disturbance Refuges And Enhance Recovery?302 A/B
15:00R van der ZandeIncreased temperature is the dominant driver of climate change impacts on Acropora Formosa317 A/B
16:45M AurelladoEffects Of Schooling And Habitat Configuration On The Behavior Of Parrotfish Towards Predators310 THEATER
16:45M AchlatisPutting The Success Of Bioeroding Sponges On Future Reefs Into Perspective: Enhanced Bioerosion Versus Physiological Constraints Of Cliona Orientalis312
17:00J EurichThe Damselfish Domino Effect: A Competitive Release In A Highly Partitioned Guild Reveals Subordinates Versatility310 THEATER
17:30D MillerAnalyses Of Corallimorpharian Transcriptomes Provides New Perspectives On The Evolution Of Calcification In The Scleractinia (Corals)313 B
17:45P PereiraColony Size And Structure As Determinants Of Habitat Use And Fitness Of Coral-Dwelling Fishes310 THEATER
18:00J KerryThe Role Of Tabular Structure In The Ecology Of Large Reef Fishes310 THEATER
18:00G GurneyIntegrated Conservation And Development: Evaluating A Community-Based Marine Protected Area Project For Equality Of Socioeconomic Impacts302 A/B
18:15D BellwoodThe Past, Present And Future Of Coral Reefs: A Functional Perspective.311

 

Posters

Time Slot

Name

Title

Room

18:30 – 20:00Y BelmarWater Security In Small Island Developing States: Applying A Multi-Scalar Governance Lens To Elucidate Potential For ‘Transformation’Poster/Exhibit Hall
18:30 – 20:00K BerryEffects Of Unburnt Coal Dust On A Coral, Reef Fish, And Seagrass SpeciesPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:30 – 20:00T ChaseCan Fish Help Corals During Bleaching Events?Poster/Exhibit Hall
18:30 – 20:00A GierzTranscriptome Response Of Symbiodinium To Prolonged Thermal StressPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:30 – 20:00K PetersonNo-Fishing Reserves Protect Coral AssemblagesPoster/Exhibit Hall

 

Opening night

ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies icebreaker (invitations only)

Partners & children are welcome to attend. Drinks & Canapes will be served.
Time: 7pm-9.30pm
Location: Hawaii Convention Centre (Roof Top Garden, Level 4)


 

Tuesday 21st June

Presentations

Time Slot

Name

Title

Room

09:30P CowmanTemporal Patterns Of Endemism And Provinciality In Tropical Reef Fishes311
09:30A MohamedMolecular Mechanisms Underlying Establishment Of Coral-Symbiodinium Symbiosis: A Transcriptomic Approach313 B
09:45D MillerManipulation Of The Associated Microbial Community By The Coral Host In The Acropora Millepora Holobiont313 A
10:00L Boström-EinarssonDensity Dependent Habitat Selection Dictates Distribution Of Reef Fish Following Habitat Loss310 THEATER
10:00O Hoegh-GuldbergRisk And Reslience: Cop21, Coral Reefs And The Next Few Decades305 A/B
10:00W WesselsUnraveling Soft Coral Early Development And Its Molecular Bases313 B
10:30T HempsonImpacts Of Habitat Degradation On The Trophodynamics Of Coral Reef Mesopredators310 THEATER
10:30C RossGrowth And Physiology Of The Coral Turbinaria Reniformis In Bremer Bay, Western Australia (34.4°S): Implications For The Suitability Of High-Latitude Refugia308 A/B
10:45E SampayoLatitudinal Discontinuity In Coral Symbioses Has The Potential To Limit Species Movements Under Climate Change308 A/B
10:45F Vidal-RamirezAnnual Holothurian-Microorganism Interactions Under Different Ipcc P Co2-Temperature Scenarios312
11:15N Andrade R.Analysis Of The Competition Between Lobophytum Pauciflorum With Two Hard Corals313 B
11:15T HughesThe 2016 Coral Bleaching Event In Australia314
13:45M RockerTrade-Offs And Variation In Inshore Coral Health And Biochemical Condition Along Water Quality Gradients On The Great Barrier Reef, Australia306 A/B
13:45N KrückGlobal Targets For Marine Reserve Coverage On Unregulated Coral Reefs302 A/B
14:00J PandolfiImproving Scientific Input Into Coral Reef Management And Policy305 A/B
14:15C CornwallControls Of Coralline Algal Calcification: Role Of Internal Ph In Influencing Responses To Ocean Acidification And Other Envrionmental Variables303 A/B
14:30L NadlerShoaling Reduces Metabolic Rate In A Gregarious Coral Reef Fish Species310 THEATER
14:45A BairdSpecies Boundaries In Tabular Acropora Species In Okinawa313 B
14:45R WeeksEcological And Social Benefits Of Marine Reserve Network Expansion Via Diffusion302 A/B
15:00C Castro-SanguinoDynamics Of Carbonate Production Of Halimeda On Shallow Coral Reefs301 B
15:00A HumanesCumulative Effects Of Sediments, Organic Nutrient Enrichment And High Temperatures Compromise The Early Life History Stages Of The Coral Acropora Tenuis317 A/B
15:15G JonesLarval Fish Dispersal In A Coral Reef Seascape310 THEATER
16:15T SihDiving Into The Deep-End: Baited Remote Underwater Video Stations (Bruvs) To Study Deep-Reef Fish In The Great Barrier Reef, Australia308 A/B
16:30A HernandezExploring Coral-Associated Bacteria Over An Extreme Depth Gradient: Assessing The Presence Of Ubiquitous Symbionts308 A/B
16:45G FrankDistance Decay In Similarity Of Coral Reef Communities311
16:45M González-RiveroPartitioning The Effects Of Structural Complexity On The Intra-Habitat Distribution Of Coral Reef Fishes301 B
16:45N EnglebertSpecies Diversity In The Mesophotic Coral Genus Leptoseris: A Combined Taxonomic And Phylogenomic Assessment308 A/B
16:45S LeahyQuality Over Quantity: Habitat Condition Is A Stronger Driver Of Fish Biomass On Coral Reefs Than Habitat Spatial Extent And Connectedness In The Philippines302 A/B
17:00M McCormickSounds Like Trouble: Anthropogenic Sound Impacts Reef Fish Dynamics317 A/B
17:00D WilliamsonLarge-scale, multi-directional larval connectivity among grouper populations in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park310 THEATER
17:30H HarrisonThe Role Of Marine Protected Areas In The Replenishment Of Local Fisheries310 THEATER
18:00M PriestFish Spawning Aggregations Modify Multi-Species And -Trophic Interactions310 THEATER

 

Posters

Time Slot

Name

Title

Room

18:15-19:45G CummingHeterarchies: Connecting hierarchies and networks for marine protected areasPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45K BrownThe Future Of Competitive Coral Reef Dynamics: Effects Of Elevated Temperatures And Ocean Acidification On The Physiology Of Acropora-Halimeda InteractionsPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45J NowickiThe Neural Circuitry Of Pair Bonding In A Common Butterflyfish, Chaetodon LunulatusPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45C SimsBiogeography Of Dinoflagellate Symbionts Across The Indo-Pacific: An Ecological And Evolutionary AnalysisPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45C TsaiDrivers Of Relative Species Abundances Regulate The Diversity-Stability Relationship Of Coral Reef FishesPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45O WaldelandSettlement Patterns And Preferences Of Algal-Associated Fish RecruitsPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45S MatthewsReconstructing And Forecasting Outbreaks Of Corwn-Of-Thorns Starfish On The Great Barrier Reef: Species Distribution And Population Modelling ApprochesPoster/Exhibit Hall

 

Lunch with mentors

ICRS lunch with mentors is your opportunity to casually chat with renowned coral reef scientists over lunch. Today’s session includes Centre researcher Terry Hughes.
Time: 11:30-12:45
Location: Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 2

Centre’s students social event

Hike up Diamond Head (Lē‘ahi)

Great view of Waikiki, open 6am – 6pm, entry is $1(cash) if walking in and is accessible by bus (exact
change or bus pass). Roughly an hour hike roundtrip. Fully paved path with some steep sections.
Meet: 3:40pm in the lobby, left of escalators.
Bring: $2.50 exact change (x2 for bus), $1 for park entrence, water, hiking attire, camera.
Email Catherine if interested (c.kim@uq.edu.au)

 

Glenn-AlmanyGlenn Almany Memorial

Time: 19:30 – 21:30
Location: 301B

“More than anything else, Glenn was the reason for my PhD. Sitting in a banana boat in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea, eating Highway biscuits and chatting about customary coral reef management it was easy to share in his vision. Glenn was inspiring, more than that though, Glenn was a friend” – Peter Waldie, student.

In March 2015, the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies lost one of its own, Dr Glenn Almany, who passed away following complications arising from a long and determined battle with lymphoma. At only 47, his life and career were tragically cut short.

Friends and colleagues, wishing to share their memories of Glenn, are welcomed to attend this event. The night will be MC’ed by two of his long-time friends and colleagues, Dr. Michael Webster and Dr. Karen McLeod, both of whom were graduate students with Glenn during their PhD’s.

Click here for more details.


 

Wednesday 22nd June

Presentations

Time Slot

Name

Title

Room

8:00P Mumby(Plenary) Embracing A World Of Subtlety On Coral ReefsKalakaua Ballroom
09:30S LeahyRemotely Piloted Aircraft Systems: Bridging The Scale Gap Between Fieldwork And Remote Sensing For Coral Reef Monitoring312
09:45A GainsfordBalancing Introgression And Species Integrity Across A Mosaic Hybrid Zone313 B
10:00J LoweDive Tourism And Its Impact On Integrated Coastal Management And Livelihoods For Artisanal Fishers302 A/B
10:15G LienartTemperature And Food Availability Affect Assessment Of Predation Risk By Juvenile Coral Reef Fish317 A/B
10:15K SambrookLife On The Edge: Coral Reef Fishes Exhibit Strong Bidirectional Responses To Edge Habitat310 THEATER
10:15G TordaWinners And Losers Of Cyclones And Bleaching: Benthic Community Changes After Multiple Disturbances313 A
10:30M BoninHabitat Loss Reduces The Abundance And Species Richness Of Coral Reef Fish Recruits Regardless Of Habitat Configuration310 THEATER
10:30M FabinyiFish, Trade And Food Security: Moving Beyond The ‘Availability’ Discourse In Marine Conservation302 A/B
13:45P BongaertsVertical Connectivity On Atlantic And Pacific Reefs: A Genome-Wide Assessment Of Six Depth-Generalist Coral Species308 A/B
13:45J CinnerBright Spots Among The World’S Coral Reefs310 THEATER
14:15M BodeWhen Mismatches Don’T Matter: The Effects Of Divergent Ecological And Economic Scales In Coastal Fisheries.310 THEATER
14:30S ConnollySynergistic Effects Of Re-Zoning And Fisheries Restructure On Coral Trout Abundance And Catch Dynamics310 THEATER
14:45M Alvarez-NoriegaThe Maintenance Of Coral Biodiversity Via Relative Nonlinearity Of Competition311
15:00T RobertsRevisiting Depth-Diversity Gradients In Reef-Building Corals311
16:15S JurriaansSeasonal Variation In Coral Thermal Performance On The Great Barrier Reef313 B
16:30P WaldieRestricted Grouper Reproductive Migrations Support Community-Based Management310 THEATER
16:30S DoveInsights Into The Effects Of Temperature And/Or Acidification On Coral Reef Ecosystems306 A/B
17:00T FosterOcean Acidification Causes Structural Deformities In Juvenile Coral Skeletons314
17:00W LeggatThe Great Barrier Reef Is At Risk Of Losing Thermal Tolerance313 B
17:15N EvensenQuantifying The Effects Of Ocean Acidification On The Recovery Of Coral Communities314
17:30H EpsteinLong-Term Variation In Coral-Associated Microbial Symbionts313 C
17:30B AllanDifferential Effects Of Co2 And Warming On Predator-Prey Interactions In Coral Reef Fish306 A/B
18:00B RamsbyThe Effects Of A Changing Marine Environment On The Bioeroding Sponge Cliona Orientalis313 C

 

Posters

Time Slot

Name

Title

Room

18:15 – 19:45J RummerBlacktip Reef Sharks (Carcharhinus Melanopterus) show high capacity for wound healing and recovery following injuryPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45A Andreas DietzelQuantity, Not Quality – First Large-Scale Census Of Indo-Pacific Scleractinian CoralsPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45L PukSiganus Virgatus Is A Key Browser In Coral Reefs Of The Gulf Of ThailandPoster/Exhibit Hall
18:15 – 19:45T RazakSeasonal Patterns Of Growth In The Robust Branching Coral Isopora Palifera From The Central Great Barrier Reef, AustraliaPoster/Exhibit Hall

 

Lunch with mentors

ICRS lunch with mentors is your opportunity to casually chat with renowned coral reef scientists over lunch. Today’s session includes Centre researchers David BellwoodGeoffrey JonesPeter Mumby and David Miller.
Time: 11:30-12:45
Location: Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 2

Centre’s students social events

Happy Hour at Rum Fire

5-6:00 pm
$5-6 cocktails, small plates $5-10, other food menu items ~$15

Arnold’s Beach Bar

6:30 pm onwards
$4 local drafts, $5 cocktails, live music until 8:00 pm


 

Thursday 23rd June

Presentations

Time Slot

Name

Title

Room

8:00J Lough(Plenary) A Changing Climate For Coral ReefsKalakaua Ballroom
09:30S ComeauCoral Regulation Of The Calcifying Fluid Is Affected By Seawater Dissolved Inorganic Carbon Concentration314
09:30M HeinCharacterising Coral Restoration Effectiveness: A Review Of Current Limitations And Challenges At A Socio-Ecological Scale301 B
09:30B WillisBaselines And Drivers Of Coral Disease In The World’S Oldest Marine Park313 C
09:45M BarnesInequity In Co-Management Of Coral Reefs310 THEATER
09:45M KingsfordLarval Behavior And Longevity Of Fishes Influences The Genetic Resilience Of Reef-Based Populations317 A/B
10:15A HoeyMacroalgal-Herbivore Feedbacks And The Dynamics Of Coral Reefs313 A
10:15C PisapiaBackground Rates Of Mortality And Injury For Common Coral Taxa On Australia’S Great Barrier Reef306 A/B
10:30Z LofflerThe Holdfast Is Key: Sargassum Regrowth From Holdfasts Rapid Unless Removed By Herbivores313 A
10:30K NicoletDisease Ecology And Transmission Pattern: A Case Study Of Brown Band And Black Band Disease On The Great Barrier Reef313 C
10:45L GeorgiouPh Homeostasis During Coral Calcification In A Free Ocean Co2 Enrichment (Foce) Experiment, Heron Island Reef Flat, Great Barrier Reef314
11:15T HughesA Brave New World For Caribbean Reefs313 A
13:45V SchoepfThermal Tolerance Of Corals From The Naturally Extreme Kimberley Region In Northwest Australia313 B
14:00J CheokSimulating The Dynamic Transition From Regional Designs To Local Actions312
14:00M ScottEffects Of Temperature On In Situ Behaviour And Activity Of Coral Trout, Plectropomus Leopardus, On The Great Barrier Reef, Australia308 A/B
14:15Y BozecEvaluating Trade-Offs Between Fisheries Harvest And Coral Reef Resilience310 THEATER
14:30R GreenModelling The Circulation Of A Semi-Enclosed Isolated Coral Reef Atoll312
14:45R ThurstanEngaging Resource Users To Identify Social And Ecological Changes In Australia’S Coral Trout Fishery.305 A/B
15:00D Wachenfeld‘Reef Recovery Plans’ For The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park- Managing Local Pressures In A Global Context305 A/B
15:15K AndersonSynergistic Effects Of Ocean Warming And Acidification On Growth And Survivorship Of Common Reef-Building Corals314
16:15T AinsworthFrom The Microbial Soup And The Slippery Slope To Slime, To A New Normal For Reef Corals313 A
16:30K FraserPutting Marine Policy Into Practice: The Use Of Policy In Marine Protected Area Management310 THEATER
16:30S WatsonOcean Acidification Alters Marine Invertebrate Behaviour Via Neural Impairment314
16:30H ClarkeSub-Regional Variability In The Coral Bleaching Response At Ningaloo Reef During The 2010/11 La Niña: Perturbations In The Coral Sr/Ca Paleothermometer311
17:15A SongMulti-Scalar Interactions Of A Local Island Fisheries: Spatial Management And Geopolitical Considerations303 A/B
17:30T MorrisonThe Meta-Governance Of Coral Reefs303 A/B
17:45G RoffPhase Shift Dynamics Following Catastrophic Disturbance On An Indo-Pacific Coral Reef System (Palau, Western Pacific)313 A
17:45L RichardsonStructural Complexity Mediates Functional Structure Of Reef Fish Assemblages Among Coral Habitats308 A/B

 

Lunch with mentors

ICRS lunch with mentors is your opportunity to casually chat with renowned coral reef scientists over lunch. Today’s session includes Centre researchers Stephen Palumbi and Ove Hoegh-Guldberg.
Time: 11:30-12:45
Location: Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 2


 

Friday 24th June

Presentations

Time Slot

Name

Title

Room

09:30T BridgeEcological And Morphological Traits Predict Depth-Generalist Fishes On Coral Reefs308 A/B
09:30J DonelsonTransgenerational Plasticity Depends On Rate Of Warming Across Generations313 B
09:30V LamState-Space Modelling To Quantify The Drivers Of Coral Community Dynamics Of The Inshore Great Barrier Reef306 A/B
09:45R StreitFunctional Distinctions Among Browsing Herbivorous Fishes: Reduced Redundancy And The Importance Of Large Individuals308 A/B
10:00B BergsethPrevalence Of Poaching By Recreational Fishers In The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Australia305 A/B
10:15M McWilliamCoral Trait Diversity And Functional Collapse On Caribbean Coral Reefs308 A/B
10:30A AriasLevels And Drivers Of Compliance With Marine Protected Areas305 A/B
10:30S KimFilling The Gaps: Imputation Of Coral Trait Database And Functional Biogeography Of Corals308 A/B
10:45P BuergerHow A Coral Pathogen Fights Viral Infections?313 C
10:45A KubicekHow Time And Space Influence Life-History Traits In Coral Communities308 A/B
11:00C KuoAdaptive Strategies Of Scleractinian Corals308 A/B
13:45P MundayHeritablity Of Co2 Tolerance In A Coral Reef Fish313 B
13:45M PratchettVariable Reproductive Timing And Fecundity Of Crown-Of-Thorns Starfish (Acanthaster Cf. Planci) In The Northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia.313 A
14:00C CaballesThe Role Of Maternal Nutrition On Oogenesis And Larval Development In The Coral-Eating Crown-Of-Thorns Starfish, Acanthaster Planci313 A
14:00T LaubensteinThe Relationship Between Behavioural And Physiological Tolerance To Elevated Co2 In Coral Reef Fish313 B
14:15T RuegerClose Encounters Of The Sibling Kind: Self-Recruitment And Kin Associations In Social Groups Of A Coral Reef Cardinalfish317 A/B
14:30M YoungRecreational Spearfishing On Coral Reefs: An Australian Perspective310 THEATER
14:45Z CowanPredation On Crown-Of-Thorns Starfish Larvae By Damselfishes313 A

 

Centre’s students social events

Sunset Mai Tai Cruise

Sail Holokai
$53 online, $50 by phone
Reserve online here or book by phone: 0011-808-922-2210 (Australia), or just 1 808-922-2210 from your
accommodation in Hawaii. Let them know you are under the booking for Katie Peterson.
Meet on the beach behind Outrigger Reef behind Shorebird Hotel at 5:00 pm (must board by
5:10 pm).
Recommended gratuity for the boat crew is $5 cash.

For more information about the 13th ICRS event please click here.

For more information about the 13th ICRS event please click here.

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ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
James Cook University Townsville
Queensland 4811 Australia

Phone: 61 7 4781 4000
Email: info@coralcoe.org.au