BRStv works in conjunction with MASNA, the creators of the Marine Aquarium Conference of North America, to record the keynote and supporting speakers at the MACNA conference each year. You will find valuable presentations from prominent marine researches, business owners and experienced saltwater aquarium professionals on a variety of topics related to saltwater and reef aquariums.
Dr. Timothy Hovanec is the founder and CEO of Dr. Tim’s Aquatics and delivers a detailed presentation about the role of bacteria in your aquarium, specifically during your tank’s cycle.Read more »Kathy is known for producing the first captive-bred Coral Beauty Dwarf Angelfish and delivers some valuable advice for hobbyists looking to propagate saltwater fish at home.Read more »Dr. Paul Anderson discuss his efforts in creating a sustainable ornamental marine aquarium fisheries trade worldwide through his work with the Coral Reef Aquarium Fisheries Campaign.Read more »
Dr. Craig Bingman: A bit of chemistry, coral calcification and some reefkeeping history | MACNA 2019Our understanding of the chemical processes that happen inside a reef aquarium would not be what it is today without the work of Dr. Craig Bingman. His MACNA 2019 presentation is an autobiographical account of his experiences and relationships that ultimately led him to be the MASNA 2019 Award Winner.Read more »Dr. Ben Titus talks about some of the undiscovered species of marine animals that could be lurking in our reef tanks.Read more »Todd takes us through his life work and experiences in aquaculture and shares an interesting perspective about how the necessity for captive-bred marine ornamentals is shaping scientific marine aquaculture efforts and pushing the field forward more than ever before.Read more »Dr. Chatham gives us a an overview of the groundbreaking work in the field of aquaculture that creates a more optimistic outlook for the future of the aquarium livestock industry. \nRead more »Dr. Ryhne deliveries an enlighting lecture about his work detecting cyanide in wild-collected fish for the aquarium trade in an attempt to curb this harmful and environmentally destructive method of collection.Read more »© 2021 Bulk Reef Supply. All Rights Reserved.