Past Event

Public Workshop: Interventions to Increase the Resilience of Coral Reefs

Workshop
Topics: Life Sciences
May 31, 2018 - June 1, 2018

Location: University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami FL 33149

Click links below to download PDF files of the speaker's presentation

Opportunities and challenges for coral restoration in the Caribbean--perspectives from science and management
Derek Manzello, NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic & Meteorological Laboratory
Erinn Muller, Mote Marine Laboratory

Reef Management Panel:
Sarah Fangman, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Lisa Gregg, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Ernesto Díaz, Puerto Rico Coastal Zone Management Program

Restoring coral reefs through artificial propagation and enhancing sexual recruitment
Diego Lirman, University of Miami
Margaret Miller, SECORE

The genomic basis for coral adaptability and resilience (presentations not yet available)
Iliana Baums, Pennsylvania State University (remote)
Manuel Aranda, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (remote)
Phil Cleves, Stanford University
Mikhail Matz, University of Texas Austin

Manipulating the coral-algal symbiont
Todd LaJeunesse, Pennsylvania State University
Ross Cunning, University of Miami
Hollie Putnam, University of Rhode Island (remote)
Kate Quigley, Australian Institute of Marine Science (remote)

The coral microbiome influence on coral resilience
Rebecca Vega Thurber, Oregon State University (remote)
Raquel Peixoto, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro


About this Event

Agenda

Organizing Body:

Ocean Studies Board

Primary Board:

Ocean Studies Board

Collaborating Unit(s):

Board on Life Sciences

Contact:

Emily Twigg, etwigg@nas.edu