29th June 18:08
Advanced Aquarist: May Issue is Now Online! (large fish back)
Advanced Aquarist: May Issue is Now Online!
Fellow Marine Aquarists,
For those that don't check the website religiously on the 15th we are
pleased to announce the release of the May 2006 issue of Advanced
Aquarist's Online Magazine. Remember to check back here each month on
the 15th for our newest issue.
Here's the lineup for this month:
Editorial: May 2006
By Terry Siegel
Terry discusses IMAC and reader email.
Feature Article: Glitter Lines: More Than Aesthetic?
By Dana Riddle
This article will present some initial data from recent experiments
relating to the physiological effects of glitter lines within aquaria,
and also how our artificial glitter compares to that found in natural
Feature Article: The "Old Tank" Syndrome
By Mike Paletta
Now that a tank no longer needs to be broken down and tanks are being
maintained for long periods of time a new "syndrome" is starting to
show itself. For lack of a better term the situation is being called
the "Old Tank Syndrome." This syndrome is not as dramatic as the new
tank syndrome where all of the fish died, but it can be just as
unsettling to the tank's owner.
Featured Aquarium: The Nano Reef of 'smontanus'
This month we begin a four-part Featured Aquarium series from our Nano
Reef Buildoff that took place on Reefs.org. This month, 'smontanus'
shares his nano tank with us.
* We are looking for new Feature Aquariums to publish in Advanced
Aquarist. If you submit your tank and it's published in Advanced
Aquarist, you will receive a $50 gift certificate to your choice of our
sponsors (applies to US residents only). If interested in submitting
your tank for possible publication, please email email@example.com for
Lateral Lines: Reef Aquarium Filtration Part IV: Consumption
By Adam Blundell, M.S.
The act of feeding an aquarium produces a greater need for filtration.
However the reason for feeding is often times to satisfy the needs of
particular animals. These animals are themselves serving in a way to
help filter the aquarium as they consume the provided foods.
What in Neptune's World?
By Terry Siegel
Guess the mystery coral.
Hot Tips: Clam Selection Tips
By Advanced Aquarist's Readers
This month, our readers give advice on selecting that special clam at
Product Review: Spectral ****ysis of 400W Metal Halide Lamps:
Giesemann, Krystal Star, South Pacific Sunlight, BLV, Catalina
By Sanjay Joshi, Ph.D.
Sanjay tests more 400 watt metal halide bulbs.
Reefs In The News
Media coverage of the state of our world's reefs, interesting
information, and other marine-related news. RSS feed available.
As always, please let us know if there is a specific article or area
that you would like to see covered by Advanced Aquarist's large staff
of aquarium hobby experts. Please post any suggestions you might have
for the magazine in our Editorial Discussion Forum:
Enjoy the issue! Very Happy
The staff at Reefs.org and Advanced Aquarist