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The Authors however retain copyright of their abstract. and the Marine Science Network for research support. Oct 20, 2016 - coral losses and recruitment bottlenecks hinder natural recovery. 12th International Coral Reef Symposium 9-13 July 2012 • Cairns • Queensland • Australia Book of Abstracts abstract Authors, and on behalf of their Co-Authors, have given permission for their abstract to be used in the context of the ICRS2012, including in this Book of Abstracts.Monday 9 July, 1400, Plenary Hall 2 Coral calcification: From cell physiology to ocean acidification Allemand, Denis [email protected] Centre Scientifique De Monaco Biomineralization is a major physiological process leading to the formation of minerals by living organisms(hence called biominerals).Among biomineralization processes, coral calcification is responsible for the largest bioconstructionof the world, the coral reefs.
Our superficial knowledge of dispersal has fuelled controversies over how marine populations are regulated, and how marine populations should be managed for conservation and sustaining fisheries.
We hypothesize that this 2-tailed dispersal strategy promotes population resilience, as natal homing contributes to local persistence, while long-distance dispersal contributes to population recovery.
It means that networks of marine reserves can achieve both conservation and sustainable fishing objectives, as reserve populations will retain some of their progeny, while others will be spread to areas open to fishing and to other reserves.
We began with some of the smallest of reef fishes (clownfish), but have since expanded our work to include some of the largest (coral trout, groupers).
The unfolding story for all species is a tale of two extremes - from juveniles that have found their way home, to others that have crossed 100km of open water, and found a home away from home.
We argue for pluralism in the management of coral reef fishes, as they have been confronted with many problems, and their innate dispersal abilities offer a range of solutions.