[Coral-List] Webinar today on takeaways from ICRS Symposium

meam at sdcarr.com meam at sdcarr.com
Thu Jul 14 11:38:28 EDT 2016

   Sorry for the late notice, but I hope some of you can join us today!

   Thursday, July 14, 1 pm US EDT/10 am US PDT/5 pm UTC

   Takeaways from the 13th International Coral Reef Symposium by Paulo Maurin
   and  Jason  Philibotte  of  NOAA and Bob Richmond of the Kewalo Marine
   Laboratory. The International Coral Reef Symposium (ICRS), being held from
   June 19-24, 2016, in Honolulu, Hawaiâi, is the primary international meeting
   focused on coral reef science and management. ICRS will bring together an
   anticipated 2,500 coral reef scientists, policy makers, and managers from 70
   different nations to present the latest research findings, case histories,
   and  management  activities  and discuss the application of scientific
   knowledge to achieving coral reef sustainability. This 13th iteration of
   ICRS expands outside its traditional science realm to also include policy
   and management with the overall theme of "Bridging Science to Policy."
   Alongside the symposium, a concurrent Leadership Forum with heads of state
   from the Pacific is convening to talk about the most pressing issues their
   local  reefs are facing. The presentation will share outcomes from the
   Leadership  Forum  as  well as high-level scientific findings from the
   conference,  drawing  direct  links to management and policy. View the
   conference agenda at [1]https://sgmeet.com/icrs2016. Webinar co-sponsored by
   the  NOAA  National  MPA  Center,  MPA News, and the EBM Tools Network
   (co-coordinated by NatureServe and [2]OpenChannels.org). Register for the
   webinar at [3]https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6738325500244060931.

   Sarah D. Carr

   Editor, [4]Marine Ecosystems and Management

   E-mail: [5]meam at sdcarr.com
   Phone: 202-302-3059
   Skype: sdcarr


   1. http://engage.openchannels.org/track/click/30609360/sgmeet.com?p=eyJzIjoiSTlsbnhIaDM3OF9na01CVkdtNG44SmJNTXV3IiwidiI6MSwicCI6IntcInVcIjozMDYwOTM2MCxcInZcIjoxLFwidXJsXCI6XCJodHRwczpcXFwvXFxcL3NnbWVldC5jb21cXFwvaWNyczIwMTZcIixcImlkXCI6XCJkMTRkMzFlM2FhYzU0MWIxYmZlZDljMTg4ZWJmNDM0Y1wiLFwidXJsX2lkc1wiOltcIjljYjlhNTJkZmY0NTYzN2M4ZTRkY2FmYjhlMTE1NjFkOWJkZjE1ZGJcIl19In0
   2. http://OpenChannels.org/
   3. http://engage.openchannels.org/track/click/30609360/attendee.gotowebinar.com?p=eyJzIjoiM2syTlhnTzd3Y1ZrZ3laQVNNRmQtZlFSb3dJIiwidiI6MSwicCI6IntcInVcIjozMDYwOTM2MCxcInZcIjoxLFwidXJsXCI6XCJodHRwczpcXFwvXFxcL2F0dGVuZGVlLmdvdG93ZWJpbmFyLmNvbVxcXC9yZWdpc3RlclxcXC82NzM4MzI1NTAwMjQ0MDYwOTMxXCIsXCJpZFwiOlwiZDE0ZDMxZTNhYWM1NDFiMWJmZWQ5YzE4OGViZjQzNGNcIixcInVybF9pZHNcIjpbXCJjOGU1YThhYjkyNzFjOGM0N2VlMTFlZjA2ZWIyYjgxNjhmYTMyNzVjXCJdfSJ9
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