Aerial view of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Aerial view of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Photo © Christopher Brunner TNC Photo Contest 2019

During this webinar, Mayuran Sivapalan and Jerome Bowen, leaders of the Australian Reef Restoration and Adaptation Program (RRAP) opens in a new windowModelling and Decision Support Sub-Program, shared several examples of how structured decision making has been used to progress several areas of strategic reef management. These areas include prioritizing reef indicators for monitoring and reporting; prioritizing investment in crown-of-thorns starfish innovation; and establishing the investment case for restoration and adaptation research and development. Mayuran and Jerome also discussed the approach being taken to advance and integrate environmental, ecological, cost, ecosystems services and socio-economic models with decision support processes to inform intervention research, development and deployment decisions in RRAP.  

Speakers 

  • Mayuran Sivapalan – Managing Director, Adaptus and RRAP Subprogram Manager for Modelling and Decision Support
  • Jerome Bowen – Director, Adaptus and RRAP Subprogram Lead for Modelling and Decision Support 

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This webinar is part of a restoration webinar series hosted by the opens in a new windowCoral Restoration Consortium and the Reef Resilience Network. 

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