PRESENTATIONS

Presentations at conferences co-authored between French and United States Institutions:

  1. White, J.S.S., S.E. Boyer, and A. Delval (2009) Effects of farmed algal turf on coral health and survival. 1st Annual UF Marine Biology Symposium, Whitney Lab, St. Augustine, FL, January 2009 (Best Graduate Student Presentation).
  2. 2009. Marine reserves: fish life history and ecological traits matter. International Marine Conservation Congress. Washington DC.  May 2009. (invited)
  3. Lison de Loma, T, CW Osenberg, Y. Chancerelle, and AJ Brooks. 2009. Assessing the impact of marine protected areas in Moorea (French Polynesia): design and preliminary results.  International Marine Conservation Congress. Washington DC. May 2009.
  4. Langebrake J, L Riotte-Lambert, CW Osenberg, P De Leenheer. 2011. Differential movement and movement bias models for marine protected areas. UF Marine Biology Symposium. Whitney Laboratory, St. Augustine, FL.  January 2011.
  5. Langebrake J, L Riotte-Lambert, CW Osenberg, P De Leenheer. 2011. Differential movement and movement bias models for marine protected areas. Annual meeting of the Ecology Society of America, Austin, TX.  August 2011.
  6. Stier A.C., M. Kulbicki, and A. Hein. 2011. Biogeography drives Marine Food Web Structure. 92nd Western Society of Naturalists annual meeting, Vancouver, WA. November 2011.

Presentations at conferences that benefitted from the Partner University Fund project, but are not co-authored by both French and United States Institutions:

  1. Osenberg, CW, JS Shima, AC Stier, 2008.  Strong interactions from hidden species: vermetids snails have large deleterious effects on corals. 11th International Coral Reef Symposium.  Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  July 2008.
  2. Stier, AC and CW Osenberg. 2008. Habitat competes for fish larvae: increased fish production despite settlement redirection. 11th International Coral Reef Symposium. Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  July 2008.
  3. White, JSS. 2008. Factors limiting coral recovery in Moorea, French Polynesia, 11th International Coral Reef Symposium. Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  July 2008.
  4. Bolker, BM, CW Osenberg, JS Shima. 2008. A Markov chain Monte Carlo technique to analyze the growth, recruitment, and survivorship of unmarked individuals.  Annual meeting of the Ecology Society of America, Milwaukee, WI.  August 2008.
  5. Mills, S.C., Lecchini, D., Dumas, P. & Parmentier, E. Recruitment potential and recruitment survival as a function of habitat degradation, 11th International Coral reef Symposium (ICRS), Florida, USA. July 2008
  6. Osenberg, CW. 2008. Habitat quality and spatial ecology: linking patch choice, density-dependence, and restoration.  EURECO-GFOE 2008 (joint meeting of the European Ecological Federation and the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland).  Leipzig, Germany.  September 2008. Invited plenary talk.
  7. Vuxton, EA, JSS White, and BM Bolker. Effects of the dusky farmerfish, Stegastes nigricans, on algal community structure. Western Society of Naturalists, British Columbia, Canada. November 2008.
  8. Hartman, CD, JS White, and CW Osenberg. 2009. Effect of farmerfish on vermetid gastropods and their possible role in sediment dynamics. 1st Annual UF Marine Biology Meeting. Whitney Marine Lab, Florida.  January 2009.
  9. Vuxton, EA, JSS White, and BM Bolker. 2009. Effects of the dusky farmerfish, Stegastes nigricans, on algal community structure. 1st Annual UF Marine Biology Symposium. Whitney Marine Lab, Florida. January 2009.
  10. Chaffee, C, C Warren, E Braun, C Osenberg. 2009. Small things matter: differences in bacterial communities provide insights into coral interactions with vermetids.  11th Pacific Science Inter-Congress. Tahiti, French Polynesia. March 2009.
  11. S. Lemer, E. Rochel, S. Planes. 2009 “Effect of the spitted habitats of the French Polynesian lagoons associated with commercial exploitation on the genetic diversity and wild population structure of the pearl oyster: Pinctada margaritifera”. 11th Pacific Science Inter-Congress (Tahiti). March 2009.
  12. S. Lemer, E. Rochel, S. Planes. 2009 “Population Structure of the Black Lipped Pearl Oyster, Pinctada margaritifera, in French Polynesia.” 11th Pacific Science Inter-Congress (Tahiti). March 2009.
  13. Mills, S.C., Dumas, P., Lecchini, D. & Parmentier, E. 2009 Recruitment potential and recruitment survival as a function of habitat degradation, 11th Pacific Science Inter-Congress, Tahiti, French Polynesia. March 2009.
  14. White, JSS. 2009. Factors limiting coral recovery in Moorea, French Polynesia, 11th Pacific Science Inter-Congress, Tahiti, French Polynesia, March 2009.
  15. Malay, MCD. 2009 Diversity and speciation of the coral-dwelling barnacles (Balanomorpha: Pyrgomatidae). Invited talk at The Crustacean Society Summer Meeting; Sept 2009; Tokyo, Japan (invited).
  16. White, JSS and BM Bolker. 2009. Indirect effects of a key engineer alter demographic rates of foundation species. Ecological Society of America, Albuquerque, NM, USA. August, 2009.
  17. Chaffee CL, EL Braun, CW Osenberg. 2009. Rapid Microsatellite Development in Organisms without Sequenced Genomes using 454 Sequencing.  Florida Genetics 2009.  Gainesville, Florida, October 2009.
  18. White, JSS. 2009. Indirect effects of a key engineer alter coral distribution. Western Society of Naturalists. Seaside, CA, USA. November 2009.
  19. Phillips, NE, JS Shima and CW Osenberg. 2010. Reproductive and larval ecology of the tropical Vermetid gastropod, Dendropoma maximum.  Annual meeting of the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology.  Seattle, WA, January 2010.
  20. Chaffee, CL, EL Braun, CW Osenberg. 2010. Molecular phylogeny provides insights into evolution of the Vermetidae. Evolution 2010. Portland, OR. June 2010.
  21. Gil, MA. 2010.  Eutrophication and corals: the good, the bad, and the unclear.  Western Society of Naturalists (WSN) 91st Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. November 2010.
  22. Lemer S., Planes S.  2010.  Genetic Connectivity and Diversity of the Back Lipped Pearl Oyster, Pinctada margaritifera across the French Polynesian archipelagos. ISRS 2010, Wageningen, NL.
  23. Osenberg, CW, JS Shima, SL Miller, and AC Stier. 2011 Assessing effects of marine protected areas: confounding in space and possible solutions. 2nd International Marine Conservation Congress.  Victoria, BC, Canada. (invited)
  24. Gil, M.A. 2011 “Evidence for a unimodal relationship between coral growth and eutrophication,” oral presentation at the 40th Annual Benthic Ecology Meeting (BEM), Mobile, Alabama.
  25. Gil, M.A. 2011 “The shape of the relationship between eutrophication and coral growth,” oral presentation at the University of Florida 3rd Annual Marine Biology Symposium, Saint Augustine, Florida.
  26. Stier A.C., S.W. Geange, and K.M. Hanson. 2011. Effects of fixed and variable predation pressure on coral reef fish communities. New Zealand Marine Sciences Society Conference, Stewart Island, New Zealand.
  27. Hamman, E.Aand J. Zill.  2011. Snails and sediment: the effect of multiple stressors on coral growth.  92nd Western Society of Naturalists Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Washington.  November 2011.
  28. Stier A.C., M. Kulbicki, and A. Hein. 2011. Biogeography drives Marine Food Web Structure. 92nd Western Society of Naturalists annual meeting, Vancouver, WA. Oral Presentation. November 2011.

Invited Seminars between French and United States Institutions:

 Stier, AC. University of Perpignan, France, March 2010.

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