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05/04/2006, 05:00 AM
The next meeting is scheduled for Saturday, 27May2006. That is the Saturday of the Memorial Day weekend, we know. Such has been the case in previous years.
The guest speaker will be Steve Tyree. We will have a frag swap at the end of the meeting, as usual. Steve is likely bringing corals for auction.
Here's Steve's website with much more info:
05/04/2006, 11:30 AM
Sorry to say I can't make this one. Memorial day weekend is already taken. Wish I would have known earlyer, I would have picked this over my current plans anyday. ;)
05/04/2006, 05:03 PM
Denise, You planning on going to this one? If so, let me know.Sue
05/04/2006, 10:25 PM
Most likely not Sue.... I will probably have to work........however one never knows..... I wonder what Steve will be talking on this time........
Thanks Mike for posting that for us!
05/05/2006, 06:34 AM
Anyone that's going have a camcorder? Wouldn't it be nice to have this lecture recorded and stored in the club archive? I don't know if we have a club archive, but we could. :)
05/07/2006, 05:37 AM
If not, sometime BRS records their speakers.... we could possibly try to purchase some DVDs...
05/07/2006, 01:49 PM
I'd like to go if possible. Where is it being held? Maybe could ride share with someone who's going? My back has been acting up so wouldn't be able to drive. I'm not familiar with Steve Tyree, what's he published? Sue
05/24/2006, 07:25 PM
The meeting has been moved to Sunday. Is anyone going?
Here is a link with more information.
The next meeting will be held Sunday 28 May 2006 at VFW post 7272 in Bellingham, MA.
The post's address is 940 South Main St in Bellingham. Click here for a map to the VFW
The meeting time will be from 11:30 am to 5:00pm
05/24/2006, 07:40 PM
Here are some of the books he has done. Steve runs a coral growing business. He has been growing corals for over 20 years.
Page 478 in The reef aquarium Delbeek/Sprung (1994) has a
picture of one of his aquariums.
Reef Building Stony Corals, The Natural Physical Environment,
Volume 1 of the RBSC series
Captive Oceans, The Porifera (Living Sponges) Their Biology,
Physiology and Natural Filtration Integration, Volume 1 of the
Captive Oceans Series.
Captive Oceans, The Ascidians (Sea Squirts) Their Biology,
Physiology and Natural Filtration Integration, Volume 2
of the Captive Oceans Series.
The Environmental Gradient - Cryptic Sponge and Sea Squirt
Biological Light Requirements of Photosynthetic Corals
- Audio/Visual CD bt Steve Tyree
Expanding the Zonal Concept to Natural Captive Reef Filtration
Audio/Visual CD bt Steve Tyree
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