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MACNA XVII September 16-18, 2005


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    Default MACNA XVII September 16-18, 2005

    MACNAXVIIv1 - MACNA XVII   September 16-18, 2005#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#MACNA XVII #ed_op#br#ed_cl#September 16-18, 2005#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#The
    Washington D.C. Area Marine Aquarist Society (WAMAS) will be hosting
    the 17th annual Marine Aquarium Conference of North America (MACNA
    XVII), September 16-18, 2005, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City,
    Virginia, directly across the Potomac River from the Nation's Capitol. #ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#MACNA
    XVII is North America's largest Saltwater Aquarium Conference with over
    25 speaker sessions and the largest indoor exhibit hall of marine
    livestock, aquarium and technology vendors. The main lecture hall for
    the conference event can comfortably accommodate over 1000 people,
    assuring easy access to sessions.#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#This conference is the premier
    North American marine aquarium event of the year. Learn from the
    experts. See the latest in technology and systems. Meet the regulators
    who manage environmental issues. Meet the leaders and moderators of the
    leading discussion forums including ReefCentral and Reefs.org. Learn
    how to bring your excitement for reef keeping and marine animals into
    the classroom!#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#MACNA XVII has something for everyone, including
    the family. Before and after MACNA we strongly recommend taking
    advantage of visiting the host city, Washington DC. The Smithsonian,
    the National Zoo, The White House and the Capitol Building are waiting
    for you to visit!#ed_op#br#ed_cl##ed_op#br#ed_cl#Don

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    MACNAXVIIv2 - MACNA XVII   September 16-18, 2005

    The theme of MACNA XVII is "Expanded Horizons"

    Reef Fishes, Invertebrates and Biotopes
    Advances in Technologies
    K-12 Education
    Reef Conservation and Regulatory Issues

    The core of the MACNA has always been the hobbyist. Advances in technologies and the Reef Fishes, invertebrates and biotopes tracks will definitely deliver on our core commitment to make this conference a leader. Expanding on this theme, we bring a dedicated track on K-12 education allowing educators, students and hobbyists with children to participate.

    In addition to the above listed speaker tracks, we also will be offering a track on Reef Conservation and Regulatory Issues. The Pew Oceans Commission has brought to light the serious nature of the challenges facing our world

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    logo1 - MACNA XVII   September 16-18, 2005

    The list of speakers is still growing and will include the most interesting and innovative experts in the hobby and the marine sciences/academic community. This years schedule has everything from the authorities on coral, fish, and all of the micro-fauna that lives in the reef, to the most knowledgeable people on the equipment needed to keep the livestock healthy and thriving. In addition, we have lined speakers to talk about K-12 Education in the classroom, Conservation and responsible reef-keeping, & Legislation

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    Reptoreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Adam Blundell is the current pres of our local reef club... WMAS.
    There's nowhere else I'ld rather be... unless, of course, you're buying

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    This year the trade show at MACNA is going to be bigger than ever.
    As a way for the Reef keepers to stay in touch with the latest and greatest of the new gear, The directors of this years MACNA have brought the best companies in the hobby in to display their products.

    Vendors who have already committed include:


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    If you have questions or suggestions about my presentation at MACNA, please let me know. Looking forward to meeting all of you! Thanks for your support of the conference.
    Topic- So what is reef safe?

    Adam
    Nothing interesting comes to mind right now

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    JustDavidP - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    yeah boy... I'll be there.

    DC is my second home....can't wait

    Dave in Boston who has now become a MACNA junkie!
    ><((((

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    Reptoreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Adam's a hoot... everybody, suggest his "Wrasse story". And congratulate him... he was just nominated as our club president for another year.
    There's nowhere else I'ld rather be... unless, of course, you're buying

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    MACNA XVII Updates: MACNA XVII Website.

    [b]Don

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    MACNA is pleased to announce the keynote speaker for the Gala Banquet

    Jon Hoech, a curator with Monterey Bay Aquarium husbandry staff and the person in charge of the Outer Bay exhibit where the white shark resided, will present about the white shark project at MACNA. Visit MACNA XVII Website for full details!

    Abstract

    Title: [b]Project White Shark at the Monterey Bay Aquarium:
    Don

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