GBR Restoration Symposium
16-19 July 2018
Speed Talks

Reborn from the fragments: urban coral restoration in Hong Kong
Vriko Yu et al., University of Hong Kong

Scientific lessons in establishing Australia’s first coral nursery
Nathan Cook et al., Reef Ecologic

The importance of farmers: how algal-farming damselfish influence reef recovery and coral restoration
Johanna Leonhardt et al., JCU

Seaweed (Sargassum spp.) removal on the GBR
Adam Smith et al., Reef Ecologic/JCU

The role of underwater sound in the restoration of coral reefs
Craig McPherson et al., JASCO

Exploring the potential use of chemical extracts from coralline algae for enhancing coral larvae settlement
Guillermo Diaz-Pulido et al., Griffith University

Local reef stewardship in the face of global climate change: A tourism operators’ perspective
Doug Baird, Quicksilver Cruises

The power of networks – the Australian Coastal Restoration Network and its relevance to the GBR
Jemma Purandere et al., JCU

Can underwater art help reef restoration science?
Adam Smith et al., Reef Ecologic/JCU

Diversity and non-random transplanting increase growth of coral transplants following removal of an invasive corallimorpharian
Corinne Amir, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Aggregation, allee effects and management of COTS
Jacob Rogers et al, UQ

Engaging citizens in the future of the Great Barrier Reef
Andy Ridley, Citizens of the GBR

Active localised restoration and its application in management of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
Richard Quincey, GBRMPA

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