Conferences

Presentations

  1. Ferrari R, Boubee T, Adam A, Kobelkowsky-Vidrio T, Byrne M, Figueira W (2016) Quantifying coral growth and erosion using 3D models. 13th International Coral Reef symposium, Hawai’I, USA
  2. Ferrari R, Malcolm H, Hill N, Lucieer V, Figueira W (2015) Predicting fish distributions for marine spatial planning in MARXAN Australian Society of Fisheries Biology Conference, Theme Integrated Research and Management in the Marine Environment. Sydney, AUSTRALIA
  3. Ferrari R, Byrne M, Williams S, Figueira W (2015) Disentangling the relationship between community composition and habitat structural complexity: what is the best metric? 89th Australian Coral Reef Society Conference, Daydream Island, Great Barrier Reef, AUSTRALIA
  4. Ferrari R, W Figueira, Williams SB, Byrne M. Bridging the gap between small-scale high-resolution and large-scale low-resolution marine studies (2015) ICCB: 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology 2 – 7 August 2015, FRANCE https://prezi.com/90hftt3uta2d/bridging-the-gap-between-small-scale-high-resolution-and-large-scale-low-resolution-marine-studies/
  5. Ferrari R, Malcolm H, Verges A, Figueira W, Williams SB, Jordan A, Byrne M (2014) Importance of 3D structural complexity as a driver of fish abundance across depth and spatial scales. Australian Marine Sciences Association Conference: Investigating Our Marine Nation, Canberra, Australia, 6-10 July 2014, AUSTRALIA https://www.amsa.asn.au/2014-canberra
  6. Ferrari R, Bryson M, Bridge T, Williams S, Byrne M, Harborne A, Figueira W (2014) Coral reef structural complexity increases after bleaching event. 88th Australian Coral Reef Society Conference, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
  7. Ferrari R, Malcolm H, Verges A, Figueira W, Byrne M, Williams S, Jordan A (2014) Importance of 3D structural complexity as a driver of fish abundance across depth and spatial scales. 51st Australian Marine Sciences Association Conference, Canberra, AUSTRALIA
  8. Ferrari R, Figueira W, Byrne M, Williams S (2013) Bridging the gap between small-scale high-resolution and large-scale low-resolution marine studies 3rd International Marine Protected Area Congress, Marseille, FRANCE
  9. Ferrari R, Chautard M, Williams SB, Figueira W, Byrne M, Jordan A (2013) Drivers of benthic dynamics of deep reefs in the Solitary Islands Marine Park. 87th Australian Coral Reef Society Conference, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
  10. Ferrari R, Malcolm H, Friedman A, Williams S, Jordan A, Figueira W, Byrne M (2013) Effect of structural complexity on fish abundance on deep reefs: a case study in the Solitary Islands Marine Park. 50th Australian Marine Sciences Association Conference, Gold Coast, AUSTRALIA
  11. Ferrari R, Gonzalez-Rivero M, Mumby PJ (2012) Effect of reef structural complexity on parrotfish grazing spatial distribution. 12th International Coral Reef symposium, Cairns, AUSTRALIA
  12. Ferrari R, Gonzalez-Rivero M, Mumby PJ (2011) Size matters in coral-algal competition on Glovers Reef Atoll, Belize. 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
  13. Ferrari R, Gonzalez-Rivero M, Mumby PJ (2011) Size matters in coral-algal competition on Glovers Reef Atoll, Belize. 86th Australian Coral Reef Society Conference, Sunshine Coast, AUSTRALIA
  14. Ferrari R, Gonzalez-Rivero M, Mumby PJ (2011) Coral-algal competition on Glovers Reef Atoll, Belize. 48th Australian Marine Sciences Association Conference, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA
  15. Ferrari R, Gonzalez-Rivero M, Ortiz JC, Mumby PJ (2010) The effects of herbivory and seasonality on macroalgal dynamics on a Caribbean fore reef. Euro International Society for Reef Studies Symposium, Wageningen, THE NETHERLANDS
  16. Ferrari R, Gonzalez-Rivero M, Ortiz JC, Mumby PJ (2010) The effects of herbivory and seasonality on macroalgal dynamics on a Caribbean fore reef. 85th Australian Coral Reef Society Conference, Coffs Harbour, AUSTRALIA
  17. Ferrari R, Gonzalez-Rivero M (2009) Coral Reefs or algal Reefs? Incorporating herbivory into coral reef conservation. Wildlife Conservation Society and Coastal Zone Management Administration Initiative Symposium, Belize City, BELIZE (Invited talk)
  18. Ferrari R (2006) Analyzing alliances/partnerships as MPA management Strategies. 3rd International Tropical Marine Ecosystems Management Symposium, Cozumel, MEXICO
  19. Ferrari R (2006) Management of a multiuse Marine Protected Area. 2nd Congreso de Areas Naturales Protegidas: Simposio Marino-Costero. Panama City, PANAMA
  20. Ferrari R, Vergara CH (2004) Coffee pollinating insect diversity. BIOCAFE 2nd Symposium, Instituto de Ecologia de Xalapa, Veracruz, MEXICO 

Chaired* and organized conferences

  1. *Ferrari R, A Rogers, N Silbiger, C Perry, A Andersson B Eyre, T Cyronak, F Januchowski-Hartley, A Cohen, T DeCarlo, YM Bozec, V Ticzon, M Gonzalez-Rivero, M Byrne and W Figueira (2016) Coral reef structural dynamics and complexity: accretion versus bioerosion and dissolution 13th International Coral Reef symposium, Hawai’I, USA
  2. Ferrari R (2015) Australian Coral Reef Society Conference, Daydream Island, Queensland, AUSTRALIA http://www.australiancoralreefsociety.org/conference
  3. *Ferrari R, W Figueira, M Byrne (2014) Ecological importance of 3D structural complexity 51st Australian Marine Sciences Association Conference, Canberra, AUSTRALIA https://www.amsa.asn.au/2014-canberra
  4. *Ferrari R, Pelletier D & Michell S (2013): Underwater observation techniques to support MPA creation and management @ 3rd International Marine Protected Area Congress, Marseille FRANCE
  5. Ferrari R, J Flores (2004) Diversity and abundance of coffee-pollinating insects in Puerto Rico at Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, MEXICO
  6. Ferrari R, A Klein (2004) Coffee and pollination. Instituto de Ecologia de Xalapa MEXICO
  7. Ferrari R (1999 – 2004) Universidad de las Americas, Biology Faculty annual conference. Puebla, MEXICO

Art exhibitions, workshops and seminars (Invited only)

  1. Ainslie M & Ferrari R (2016) The Liquid Air, invited contribution to artist roundtable discussion at Global Ecologies Local Impacts Conference, The Sixth Biennial Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature, Environment & Culture, Australia & New Zealand (ASLEC-ANZ) in collaboration with the Sydney Environment Institute, University of Sydney, AUSTRALIA.
  2. Ferrari R (2015) Spatial Modelling workshop. Capacity building workshop for the Conservation Leadership Programme at the IPB, University of Bogor, INDONESIA.
  3. Ferrari R (2015) Finding small grants. The art of “grantsmanship” Grant writing workshop hosted by the School of Biological Sciences at The University of Sydney, NSW, AUSTRALIA
  4. Ferrari R (2015) Assessing the effectiveness of Aquatic Reserves in the Hawkesbury shelf bioregion, New South Wales, Australia. Seminar for the Underwater Research Group, Sydney, NSW, AUSTRALIA
  5. Ferrari R (2015) Assessing coral reef habitat structural complexity in a warming ocean. Seminar at the Marine Spatial Ecology Lab, Univeristy of Queensland, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
  6. Murray A & Ferrari R (2014) Liquid Air: Breathing Structure. New South Wales Artists Exhibition. Explores relationships between atmospheric pollution and an acidifying ocean. It aims to create public awareness about the relationship between urban activities and ocean health, using a 3D architectural structure. Exhibited at the “On Islands creative collaboration festival”, curated by Selina Griffiths, Eramboo Artist Environment, Sydney, AUSTRALIA.
  7. Faculty and undergraduate research seminars (2012 – 2017): planned and delivered by Ferrari R at Queensland University of Technology, Queensland University, Southern Cross University, University of Sydney, University of New South Wales (Australia) and Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis (France).
  8. Kinder garden, primary and high-school seminars: planned and delivered by Ferrari R at Tierra de Niños, Acalli Montessori (MEXICO), Colegio Pilar (ARGENTINA), and Placencia School (BELIZE)