SS09 Oral: Marine Protected Areas: Current and Future Oceanographic Research
 
Wednesday, Feb. 3   Location: Sweeney #3
 
02:00 - 02:15pm   DESIGNING MARINE RESERVES: IS OCEANOGRAPHIC INFORMATION REALLY NECESSARY?
 
02:15 - 02:30pm   WHY BIOLOGISTS AND PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHERS MUST COOPERATE TO PRODUCE EFFECTIVE MARINE PROTECTED AREAS
 
02:30 - 02:45pm   APPLICATION OF TOPEX/POSEIDON SATELLITE ALTIMETRY TO DESCRIBE LARVAL TRANSPORT IN THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO WITH APPLICATION TO MARINE RESERVES AND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT
 
02:45 - 03:00pm   EFFECT OF AREA CLOSURES ON GEORGES BANK BIVALVES: LARVAL TRANSPORT AND POPULATION DYNAMICS
 
03:30 - 03:45pm   CONNECTIVITY AND REPLENISHMENT OF REEF FISH POPULATIONS
 
03:45 - 04:00pm   SUSTAINABILITY OF THE LAKE SUPERIOR FISH COMMUNITY: AN ECOSIM MODELING ANALYSIS OF OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS
 
04:00 - 04:15pm   PATCH DYNAMICS OF AN INTENTIONAL RELEASE OF LARVAL Mercenaria mercenaria IN THE INDIAN RIVER LAGOON, FL
 
04:15 - 04:30pm   FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY (FKNMS): RESEARCH ON SEDIMENTATION AND EUTROPHICATION AS POTENTIAL STRESSORS TO CORAL REEF HABITATS
 
04:30 - 04:45pm   PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION AND DIURNAL MIGRATION OF PHYLLOSOMA LARVAE IN THE CARIBBEAN SEA
 
04:45 - 05:00pm   EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON SUBTROPICAL ICHTHYOPLANKTON: USEFUL INPUTS TO MANAGEMENT OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS?
 

 SS09 Poster: Marine Protected Areas: Current and Future Oceanographic Research
 
Wednesday, Feb. 3   Location: Sweeney
 
#0842   SPATIAL PATTERNS OF THALASSIA DECLINE AND INCIDENCE OF LABYRINTHULA INFECTION IN FLORIDA BAY, USA