• Increasing Juvenile Grouper Habitat within Sarasota Bay through Deployment of Targeted Reef Modules
    • Leverone, J. (Sarasota County) , Solum, M. (Sarasota County), Hipp, A.L. (Manatee County) and Beggs, L. (Reef Innovations, Inc.)
  • Reef Fish Sampling, PCB Analysis Results and Visual Monitoring Associated with the Oriskany Reef, a Decommissioned Former Navy Aircraft Carrier Sunk in 2006 as an Artificial Reef in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico off Pensacola, FL
    • Mille, K. and Dodrill, J.(Florida Artificial Reef Program, Division of Marine Fisheries Management, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission), and Turpin, R. (Escambia County Marine Resources Division)
  • Coastal Recovery Utilizing Habitat, Shoal & Mitigation Modules
    • Backus, J.C.*, Farrell, J., Jr. and Johnston, J. (Resolve Coastal Recovery, Inc.)
  • Artificial Reefing Efforts in California – Current Projects
    • Smith, P. and Rewerts, E. (California Ships to Reefs)
  • Oyster Reefs as Engineered Shoreline Protection on the Gulf Coast
    • Ortego, T. (Wayfarer Environmental Technologies/ORA Estuaries)
  • Preliminary Results of Experimental Fishing on Artificial Reefs (ARs) in Pozos Colorados Bay, Colombian Caribbean
    • Delgadillo-Garzón, O.(M oAm Monitoreos Ambientales S.A.S., García, C.B. (Universidad Nacional de Colombia) and Toro-Ballesteros, N. (Ecopetrol S.A.)
  • Tunicate Biodiversity and Distribution on Artificial and Natural Reefs off Florida’s West Coast
    • Senokossoff, S.*, Goltz, M.A. and Lara, M. (St. Petersburg College)
  • The ‘Belzona Wreck Trek’ Connection Project, Key Biscayne, FL 
    • Thanner, S.* and Ross, R. (Miami-Dade County, Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources—Division of Environmental Resources Management)
  • A Comparison Between Artificial Reef and Natural Ledge in Respect to Sediment Coarseness and Infaunal Diversity
    • Mathews, H. (St. Petersburg College) and Trier, G.C. (Reef Monitoring)
  • Artificial Reefs in France: Expanding Applications, Designs and Evaluation
    • Seaman, W. (University of Florida), Tessier, A (SEANEO)., Francour, P.(Université Nice-Sophia Antipolis), Charbonnel, E.(Parc Marin de la Côte Bleue), Dalias, N.(SEANEO), Pascaline, B.(Université Nice-Sophia Antipolis) and Lenfant, P. (Université Perpignan).
  • Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association Accomplishments
    • Cox, B.* and Cox, C. (Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association)
  • Evaluation of Sessile and Epifaunal Assemblages of Two Artificial Reefs in the Gulf of Morrosquillo, Colombian Caribbean Perdomo-Ramos, S.* (MoAm Monitoreos Ambientales S.A.S.), Delgadillo-Garzón, O.(MoAm Monitoreos Ambientales S.A.S.), García, C.B. (Universidad Nacional de Colombia) and Delgado-Cuadros, F. (Ecopetrol S.A.)
  • Coral Reef Restoration Using In Situ Coral Nurseries
    • Ruiz, H.*1, Scharer, M., Ortiz, A. and Nemeth, M. (HJR Reefscaping)
  • Patterns and Processes of Benthic Communities on Paired Artificial and Natural Reefs in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico
    • Wall, K.* and Stallings, C.D. (University of South Florida)
  • Evaluation of Monitoring Protocols Utilized on Texas Rigs-to-Reefs Structures
    • Shipley-Lozano, B.* and Shively, D. (Texas Parks and Wildlife Department)
  • The Contribution of Artificial Reef Use to the Coastal Economies of Florida
    • Adams, C.A.* and Lindberg, W. (University of Florida)
  • Scientific Diving with Closed-Circuit Rebreathers: Improved Logistics, Efficiency and Safety over Open-Circuit
    • Gardner, P.G.*, Marcinek, D.M., and Lindberg, W. (University of Florida)
  • Jacksonville Reef Research Team: Making Volunteer Research Diving Work
    • Dacey, J.* and Perkner, J. (Jacksonville Reef Research Team)
  • Incorporating Artificial Reef Habitat Into Long-Term, Fishery Independent Surveys of Reef Fishes in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico: Initial Steps
    • Keenan, S.* (Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, St. Petersburg), Weather, E.(Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, St. Petersburg), Knapp, A.(Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, Senator George Kirkpatrick Marine Laboratory, Cedar Key), and Switzer, T.S.(Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, St. Petersburg)