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Register OnlineSS1. Health assessment of estuaries – developing, implementing and reporting
Malcolm Robb (Department of Water, WA)
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SS2. Improving partnerships between estuarine researchers, managers and community groups
Fiona Valesini (Murdoch University)
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SS3. Marine science, connectivity, and research cooperation in the Arafura and Timor Seas
Tonny Wagey (Arafura Timor Seas Ecosystem Action Program) and Karen Edyvane (Arafura Timor Research Facility)
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SS4. Rigorous assessments of the potential impact of industry and coastal development on marine mammals: research designs, techniques and long-term strategies
Amanda Hodgson, Lars Bejder and Ken Pollock (Murdoch University)
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SS5. The Australian Animal Tagging and Movement System – Progress and Future Directions
Mark Meekan (AIMS)
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SS6. Underwater acoustic applications in Australia – ‘sound’ science is multi-disciplinary
Rob McCauley (Curtin University)
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SS7. First Census of Marine Life 2010 – Highlights of a Decade of Discovery
Ian Poiner (AIMS)
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SS8. Bridging the Australian-New Zealand divide – modelling species and community distributions across the worlds two largest EEZs
Tanya J. Compton (NIWA) and Piers K. Dunstan (CSIRO)
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SS9. From Sound to Sea: the oceanography and ecology of the Kimberley
David Holliday (Murdoch University) and Evan Weller (CSIRO)
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SS10. Ningaloo – the benefits of a multi-disciplinary approach
Jane Fromont (Western Australian Museum)
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SS11. Mangroves and salt marshes – crucial communities at the land-sea boundary
Norman C Duke (University of Queensland) and Marcus Sheaves (James Cook University)
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SS12. Cross-boundary detrital subsidies in a changing world
Melanie Bishop (Macquarie University) and Paul Lavery (Edith Cowan University)
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SS13. Plankton – the foundation of marine food webs
Graham Hosie (Australian Antarctic Division, Dept of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities)
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SS14. Grazers in benthic marine habitats – linking primary producers and higher order consumers
Britta Munkes (Edith Cowan University)
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SS15. Integrated physical-ecological modelling for environmental management
Karin Ulstrup (DHI Consulting Ltd)
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SS16. Re-shaping the continent: Predicting and managing environmental impacts of dredging
Ross Jones (AIMS)
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SS17. Marine geomicrobiology and biogeochemistry – cellular to planetary scale science
John Moreau (University of Melbourne)
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SS18. Environmental ecology for macro-ecologists (and vice versa)
Peter Steinburg (University of New South Wales, SIMS)
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SS19. Bridging the Eco-Devo divide: molecular ecology of marine larvae
Sandie Degnan (University of Queensland) and Maria Byrne (University of Sydney)
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SS20. Integrating remote sensing and GIS into marine science
Halina Kobryn (Murdoch University) and Peter Hausknecht (Woodside Energy)
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SS21. Optical remote sensing of aquatic ecosystems: crossing boundaries from turbid coastal waters to the blue open ocean
Nagur Cherukuru (CSIRO)
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SS22. The West Australian Integrated Marine Observation System (WAIMOS)
Chari Pattiaratchi (University of Western Australia)
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S23.  Western Australia and its oceans – the cascade of scales
Nick D’Adamo (UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission – Perth Regional Programme Office)
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