ICRS - Bali 2000
Bprecht at pbsj.com
Fri Apr 21 10:31:50 EDT 2000
LAST CHANCE - ALL ABSTRACTS FOR ALL SESSIONS AND MINI-SYMPOSIA ARE DUE BY
APRIL 30, 2000.
Below is a re-send of an earlier message.
Sorry for cross-postings.
Dear Coral Listers:
Richard Dodge and I will be convening a mini-symposium at the October 2000
ICRS in Bali entitled "Coral Reef Restoration in the Next Millennium."
This mini-symposium will detail the state of the science for coral reef
restoration. The session is aimed at understanding what works, and what
does not in coral reef restoration strategies. Papers detailing reef
restoration case histories are encouraged. Overview papers detailing;
injury & damage assessment protocol, restoration/rehabilitation methodology,
economic applications, improved decision making processes, the ethics of
restoration, new technologies, multi-disciplinary efforts, goal setting and
success criteria, monitoring restoration efficacy,and the future of reef
restoration are be solicited from international scientists working in this
In addition to oral and poster presentations in Bali, manuscripts may be
submitted for inclusion in a symposium-specific section of the ICRS
proceedings. All manuscripts will be subject to
The deadline for submission of abstracts is April 30, 2000. Please send
your abstract to William F. Precht (bprecht at pbsj.com) and David Hopley
(David.Hopley at ultra.net.au).
For additional information regarding the meeting please check the meeting
at - (www.nova.edu/ocean/9icrs)
Thank you all and we hope to see you in October.
William F. Precht & Richard E. Dodge, Co-Convenors Mini-Symposium D4
William F. Precht
Ecological Sciences Program Manager
2001 NW 107th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33172 USA
bprecht at pbsj.com
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