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You've seen her on Reef Addicts, either via article, video, or blog. You heard her on our podcast. Now, you can get even more Jessy right here: http://blog.aquanerd.com/2013/05/wom...ica-timko.html
Congratulations, Jessy. (Jessy period) That's my ex-FBGOTW, people.
April 20, 2013 - Richardson Texas: Our club had the first frag swap of the year inside the community room of the St Barnabas Presbyterian Church on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. About 100 people or more converged on the swap to buy, sell, and trade corals.
As previously stated, our frag swaps have come a long way from what I attended a decade ago. Gone are the tables full of small bags of water, replaced by aquariums lit with LED fixtures to showcase the abundant selections available
Updated 04-21-2013 at 06:15 PM by melev
2006 MASNA Award Winner - He received the MASNA award in 2006 for his contributions to the marine aquarium hobby.
Sanjay Joshi in real life is a Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at Penn State University. He has been a reef addict since 1992, and currently keeps several reefs aquariums at home including a 500-gallon SPS dominated reef. He also co-manages
Bob Fenner is a lifelong aquarist with an active and continuing involvement in the academic, journalistic, trade, and hobbyist sides of aquarium keeping. He is a former marine science and aquariology instructor at the University of California and in the California State University system.
Bob is the author of The Conscientious Marine Aquarist and has been a regular contributor to a number of aquarium publications, including
You may have noticed the Next Wave banner that appears on RA now. Each week until Next Wave, we will feature one speaker...
A little about Scott: My name is Scott Fellman, and I’m the consummate “fish nerd”! I bleed saltwater! And yes, I think there’s a lot of freshwater in there, too!
Much of my life centers around tweaking protein skimmers, scraping algae, cleaning up spills, or figuring out how to unglue