Second annual AcroporaNet Symposium
The symposium will cover all aspects of marine science and management. Experimental and observational studies of demography, behavior, and physiology provide the raw material for scientists, managers, and the public to advance their understanding of coral reef ecosystems.
Effective management and conservation depends upon such fundamental appreciation of the basic ecological workings of reef organisms. We therefore invite participants to share (during a talk or poster) new findings on the fundamental workings of intact or degraded coral reef ecosystems, and adjacent ecosystems such seagrass beds, mesophotic communities, coastal areas and mangrove areas. Perspective talks are highly encouraged. For further information& to register