The Coral Reef Management Symposium On Coral Triangle Area
JAKARTA, INDONESIA, 12-13 October 2009.
ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM
This Symposium will bring together scientist, managers, policy makers, NGOs and private sectors in finding better solutions for coral reef management especially in coral triangle area as centre of marine biodiversity in the world, sharing information on contemporary science and strategies on coral reef management (lesson learned from coral triangle countries), strengthening capacity building and networks for scientists, managers, governments, and all relevant stakeholders on coral reef management.
Coral Triangle Initiative or CTI is a very important program on building regional network to conserve the coral reef ecosystem. A new Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI), centered around high-level political commitments and proactive implementation by governments of the Coral Triangle area, and supported and carried forward by private sector, international agency and civil society (NGO) partners, could provide a major contribution toward safeguarding the region’s marine and coastal biological resources for the sustainable growth and prosperity of current and future generations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Since this is an excellent forum for sharing ideas and information on various topics related to coral reef management on Coral Triangle Area, broad backgrounds of speakers and audiences are expected and welcomed to participate. During this symposium, we can also formulate the potential contribution of scientists, managers, and decision makers to assure implementation of CTI and MOD (Manado Ocean Declaration).
- Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries.
- Other Prominent Speaker.
Several international and national scientists on coral reef managements are invited to give presentations in this symposium.
- Coral Reef Management
- Lesson Learned from Contempory Approaches
- Assessment and Monitoring of Coral Reef around CT Region
- Coral Reef Vulnerability to Climate Change: What Can We do?
- Effective Networking of MPA: Lesson Learned across CT countries
- Coral Reef Recovery, Resilience, and Restoration
We would like to invite interested scientists, government officials, managers, students, or public to submit their abstracts for oral presentations. We only have limited slot for oral presentations, so please register as soon as possible if you have not done so. All abstract for oral presentations along with completed application form have to be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than October 3rd , 2009. We will confirm your acceptance for presentation soon after your submission with a letter of invitation from the Director of COREMAP II.
The accepted presenters and participants will get benefits: free registration, meals during the symposium, seminar kits, and certificate. For presenters, they will also get proceeding for free.
Both presenters and participants need to complete application form and send it by email or fax on the addresses provided before 3rd of October, 2009.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND FULL PAPER
The abstract should be in English Title should be Bold, Centered, and start all major words with Capital letters
List of authors should be Centered, names of multiple authors with a common affiliation are separated by commas, with “and” used before the last author
Font type: Times New Roman (12pt)
Single space paragraph, double spacing between paragraph, text fully justified.
Maximum number of words 250
Full paper should be submitted no later than October 31, 2009. Accepted abstract and full paper will be published in Proceeding of Coral Reef Management Symposium on Coral Triangle Area.
October 12-13, 2009
Jl Jenderal Gatot Subroto, Kav. 71-73, Pancoran, Jakarta Selatan 12870
Phone: +62 21- 83793555
Prior to the symposium, participants are also welcomed to attend a series of national series of national events arranged by Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program (COREMAP II):
- Coral Reef Science Competition (Cerdas Cermat) – October 11, 2009
- Coral Ambassador ( Duta Karang) – October 9 – 11, 2009
- Exhibition – October 10-11, 2009
- Singing Competition – October 10-11, 2009
- Media Gathering – October 11, 2009
- Appreciation of Coremap II – October 10-11, 2009
For Futher Information:
Secretariat: Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam II No. 45
Jakarta Selatan 12820 – Indonesia
Contact Person: Iswari, Eva Tri Lestari
Phone: +62 21- 8378931, 83783958, 8293249
Fax: +62 21 – 8305120