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The Conservation Planning Group
The Conservation Planning Group at ICRS 2016

Several members and recent alumni of the Conservation Planning Group will soon be off to Hawaii for the 13th International Coral Reef Symposium. Our scheduled presentations are below. Hope to see you there!

Name Presentation Session Day Time Room
Bob Pressey PLANNING AND MANAGING MARINE PROTECTED AREAS: FROM BELIEF SYSTEMS TO EVIDENCE 69 Evaluating the ecological, social and economic effectiveness of MPAs Mon 20th June 14:00 302 A/B
Georgina Gurney INTEGRATED CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT: EVALUATING A COMMUNITY-BASED MARINE PROTECTED AREA PROJECT FOR EQUALITY OF SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS  69 Evaluating the ecological, social and economic effectiveness of MPAs Mon 20th June 18:00 302 A/B
Vera Horigue EXPLORING TRADE-OFFS, LIKELIHOOD OF IMPLEMENTATION AND EQUITABILITY IN TRANSBOUNDARY MARINE RESERVE NETWORKS IN THE PHILIPPINES 70 Design of MPA networks for fisheries and ecosystem management Tues 21st June 14:30 302 A/B
Rebecca Weeks ECOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL BENEFITS OF MARINE RESERVE NETWORK EXPANSION VIA DIFFUSION 70 Design of MPA networks for fisheries and ecosystem management Tues 21st June 14:45 302 A/B
Rafael Magris INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE CONSERVATION OBJECTIVES IN MARINE PLANNING FOR CORAL REEFS 70 Design of MPA networks for fisheries and ecosystem management Tues 21st June 15:00 302 A/B
Peter Waldie RESTRICTED GROUPER REPRODUCTIVE MIGRATIONS SUPPORT COMMUNITY-BASED MANAGEMENT 20 Reef fish ecology, conservation, and fisheries: the scientific legacy of Glenn Almany Wed 22nd June 16:30 310 THEATER
Jessica Cheok SIMULATING THE DYNAMIC TRANSITION FROM REGIONAL DESIGNS TO LOCAL ACTIONS 50 Modeling and computational tools for coral reef management and conservation Thurs 23rd June 14:00 312
Kerrie Fraser PUTTING MARINE POLICY INTO PRACTICE: THE USE OF POLICY IN MARINE PROTECTED AREA MANAGEMENT 21 Achieving sustainable coral reef fisheries: Policy development, implementation, management and enforcement Thurs 23rd June 16:30 310 THEATER

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We are a multidisciplinary group of researchers at James Cook University, interested in all aspects of conservation planning and led by Prof. Bob Pressey. We are based at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, the College of Marine & Environmental Sciences, the College of Business, Law & Governance, and the Cairns Institute. We collaborate widely with conservation biologists and practitioners worldwide. 

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