The overall goals of the workshop are to develop a common framework for large-scale coral-bleaching studies so that results can be readily compared among studies. The specific goals are to:
i. Assess taxonomic, biological, and life-history-trait responses of corals to thermal stress that may improve predictions of coral bleaching.
ii. Assess appropriate spatial and temporal resolutions of environmental covariates that should be included to facilitate cross-study comparisons of coral bleaching.
iii. Develop a common framework for large-scale bleaching studies that include environmental covariates that are not readily accessible and could be developed through interdisciplinary, collaborative studies.
When: 11-14 May 2021
Where: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio USA
Workshop leader: Robert van Woesik (email@example.com)
Workshop co-leader: Andréa Grottoli, Rebecca Vega Thurber, Robert Toonen, Mark Warner
How to apply? TBA
Questions? Contact the Coral Bleaching RCN Director Andrea Grottoli (firstname.lastname@example.org)