The following recording is an interview with Dr. Joseph Pawlik, a marine ecologist at the University of North Carolina in Wilmington (UNCW) who focuses his research interests on the chemical ecology of reef sponges. Joining me for the interview is Chris Jury who is a recently enrolled graduate student at UNCW.
When it comes to the biological world, things are rarely as simple as they sometimes seem.
This month, Bethany Bick shares her nano tank with our readers.
Terry recounts the tragedy of losing all of his fish from his recent move to Portland, Maine.
Now that a tank no longer needs to be broken down and tanks are being maintained for long periods of time a new
Richard shares his 55 gallon reef aquarium with us this month.
This article will feature a look at the relationship between tide pools and humans.
Thomas shares his 300 liter tank with us this month.
Adam discusses tidepools and the life that can be found in them.
This month, our readers give us some pointers on what not to do when setting up a new tank.
Eugene and Don Plotkin describe their reef aquarium to us.
This month, our readers describe how they package their livestock for shipping.
No longer worrying about general tank set up and care, modern hobbyists are now focusing their attention on what creating ecosystems which continue to develop and expand.
This month, our readers comment on tips for purchasing livestock and equipment online.
Using basic artistic rules of placement, symmetry, color, texture, and size the home hobbyist can bring out their favorite items as an 'attention getter'.
Ignasi describes the tank, its inhabitants, and husbandry behind the tank.
Media Review: Marine Invertebrates: 500+ Essential-To-Know Aquarium Species - A Pocket Expert Guide; Marine Bioluminescence: Secret Lights in the Sea
Doug reviews Dr. Ron Shimek's latest pocket guide on marine invertebrates.