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MACNA 2010, Day Three

Tweet Sunday morning arrived and I was tired, but I got out of bed and drove to the Marriott (I stayed in another hotel) for another round of presentations. But I used the first hour to tour the exhibits, talk … Continue reading

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MACNA 2010 Banquet

Tweet If you ever wonder whether manufacturers of the equipment and supplies we use ever give back to the hobby, attend a MACNA event and you’ll never have a concern again. The list of companies and the support they gave … Continue reading

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Drs. Foster & Smith Exhibit Aquarium, MACNA 2010

Tweet At the Foster & Smith MACNA 2010 exhibit, they had a three-tiered overflow aquarium. At the top was a mangrove “forest” with small bangaii cardinals in it. Quite an impressive display.—Gary

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Martin Moe’s Multi-Environment Aquarium System

Tweet This is a short video of Martin Moe’s fascinating multi-environment aquarium system. Areas in the aquarium represent the following zones: Upper reef, middle reef, sandy bottom, reef cave, rubble, open-water near reef, upper littoral, intertidal, tidal pool, and wave-washed … Continue reading

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MACNA 2010, Day Two, The Afternoon

Tweet My first post-lunch session was Julian Sprung’s Giant Clam presentation. I wasn’t able to hear Julian speak on Friday because they had technical difficulties, so I attended this session, even though I’m not a big clam fan. However, my … Continue reading

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MACNA 2010, Day Two, The Morning

Tweet Day two was what I expected to get out of my first MACNA. It was a solid day of excellent presentations from which I learned plenty of new things. I have to admit that my plan was to hear … Continue reading

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MACNA 2010, Day One

Tweet Today was my first exposure to a MACNA event and I had a rather mixed reaction. The Orlando Reef Caretakers Association, so far has done a tremendous job of putting this event together. The facilities are excellent; signage, registration, … Continue reading

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