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May 2012 downloadable issue is now available

By Shane Graber - Posted Jun 04, 2012 09:00 AM
We are pleased to announce that the May 2012 issue is now available for download for only $0.99. The download includes the complete issue in PDF, Kindle, and Nook / ePub format. It's a great way to read Advanced Aquarist while away from your computer while you're on the go!
May 2012 downloadable issue is now available

May 2012 downloadable issue is now available

Download it now!


This month's issue is 35 pages in length (PDF), is a 11.3 MB download, and only costs $0.99! It comes in three formats (PDF, Kindle, and Nook) which makes it great for taking it wherever you go. Articles include: getting the most out of your T-5 lighting, fang blennies, the Red Sea, the RLSS R10-U protein skimmer, and more! See the Table of Contents for more information.

The PDF version is full-color and we designed it to look great printed either single-sided or duplex (back-to-back). If you would like to see a couple example issues before purchasing, we have made a number of our older PDF issues available for free. Download a couple and check them out.

The Kindle and Nook versions also included in the download are fully optimized for your eReader of choice. The layout is clean and easy to read as you would expect for reading on your device. Take a look at our January 2011 issue in Kindle / Nook format before you buy to get a feel for its layout and readability.

Once you have looked through a couple example issues and like what you see, head over to and purchase this month's issue (and a couple more while you are at it). Each issue is only $0.99.

Purchasing a $0.99 downloadable issue is a great way to support Advanced Aquarist and helps keep this website and it's content free for our online readers. We also have many of our back issues in PDF / Kindle / Nook format and they can also be purchased from the PDF section of our website.

We encourage you to send us your feedback. If you have any thoughts, please contact us at

We hope you enjoy the issue!

Author: Shane Graber
Location: Indiana

Shane has kept saltwater tanks for the last 12 years, is a research scientist, lives in northern Indiana, and is a proud Advanced Aquarist staffer.


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