Use these links to navigate to past workshop presentation and video links:
Selected presentations by the Florida Artificial Reef Program are archived at this link.
Use the links below to navigate to the desired session.
Selected presentations from “Outreach, Extension and Stakeholder Engagement in Fisheries I” (Monday, August 21, 2017)
Marine Artificial Reef Research and Development: Integrating Fisheries Management Objectives I (Tuesday, August 22, 2017)
Marine Artificial Reef Research and Development: Integrating Fisheries Management Objectives II (Wednesday, August 22, 2017)
Participants at the Northwest Florida Artificial Reef Workshop. Crest view, FL. Feb 22, 2017.
Goliath Grouper and Artificial Reefs: Opportunities for Citizen Science presented by Angela Collins (technical note: There is a 3 minute loss of audio during this presentation from 8:24 – 11:24)
The Southeast Florida Artificial Reef Workshop was held on November 1, 2016 at Manatee Lagoon – An FPL Eco-Discovery Center in West Palm Beach, FL. The agenda included speakers from FWC, University of Florida, Broward County, USCG, FDEP, Florida Sea Grant, South Florida Diving, and Palm Beach County Reef Research Team. In the afternoon, there was a facilitated discussion with County Artificial Reef Coordinators. The entire day was recorded, archived, and can be viewed below. Presentations from the speakers can also be viewed and downloaded below.
Participants of the 2016 Southeast Florida Artificial Reef Workshop. Photo by Holly Abeels, FSG.
Florida and Regional Artificial Reef Updates by Keith Mille, FWC
Legal Perspective of Conceptual Permitting for Large Development Projects by Adrian Mahoney, University of Florida
State of Artificial Reefs as Mitigation by Pat Quinn, Broward County
Ship Deployment Expectations of U.S. Coast Guard by Benjamin Colbert, USCG
FDEP Artificial Reef Permitting by Gregory Vazquez, FL Department of Environmental Protection
Goliath Grouper Preferences for Artificial Reefs by Angela Collins, Florida Sea Grant
Diving Industry Perspective by Jeff Torode, South Florida Diving
Long Term Monitoring and Citizen Science by Janet Phipps, Palm Beach County Reef Research Team