November 6-9 2023

ReeFLorida Symposium 2023

On behalf of the organizing committee, we are happy to welcome you the ReeFLorida Symposium 2023! This event, the first of its kind, which will bring together conservation practitioners, researchers and environmental educators who have an impact on the health of Florida’s Coral Reef.


The week-long event will take place November 6 - 9, 2023, at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami, FL.

Symposium presenters and attendees will include researchers studying a variety of aspects of Florida’s Coral Reef, environmental educators that emphasize coral reef conservation in their messaging, and conservation practitioners who work in the field of coral conservation at non-profits, governmental organizations and similar institutions.


1. Connect Florida's Coral Reef conservation practitioners, researchers and educators

2. Focus on research, tools and techniques for restoring and preserving Florida’s Coral Reef

3. Highlight formal and informal education and outreach initiatives emphasizing Florida's Coral Reef conservation

Organizing Questions

  1. How do we understand Florida’s Coral Reefs through scientific inquiry?
  2. How can we conserve Florida’s Coral Reef for future generations?
  3. How can we restore Florida’s Coral Reef effectively?
  4. How can we champion Florida’s Coral Reef to the general public?

The conference committee is still defining the conference registration fee, but it will be less than $400.


The Phillip and Patrica Frost Museum of Science

1101, Biscayne Boulevard Miami, FL United States, 33132

Submission period

May 30, 2023 - 04:00 until July 2, 2023 - 04:00

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