[Coral-List] Proposed ECRS Session on "Emerging Techniques in Reef Studies: 'Omics, Remote Sensing, and Biophysical Models"

Lewis J. Gramer lew.gramer at noaa.gov
Thu Feb 2 09:28:05 EST 2017

A team of coral scientists at CIMAS and NOAA-AOML in Miami are seeking
collaborators on a Session proposal for the European Coral Reef
Symposium (ECRS), UK, December of 2017

We are considering submitting a proposal for a Session entitled,
"Emerging Techniques in Reef Studies: 'Omics, Remote Sensing, and
Biophysical Models," but we would like to gauge interest from the List.
We hope for participant presentations on connectivity, but also on coral
bleaching and other organismal responses, explored through combinations
of 'omics, ocean modeling, and remote sensing data.

Please get in touch if this interests your research team and you may be
attending the ECRS, OR, if you are already considering submitting your
own ECRS Session proposal that is akin to this topic. Session proposals
are due in less than two weeks from today.

Lew Gramer
Nathan Putman
Jim Hendee

Dr. Lew Gramer, physical oceanographer, CIMAS at NOAA-AOML, +1-305-562-1735

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