Martin Moe, Jr
Martin A. Moe, Jr. is a retired fishery biologist and marine fish aquaculturist. He holds a Masters Degree from the University of South Florida in zoology and marine biology. His career includes ten years as a fishery biologist with the Florida Marine Research Laboratory where his primary research was on the biology of the red grouper in the Gulf of Mexico. Moving into the aquaculture of marine fish, he then developed the basic technology for the culture of pompano and many marine tropical fish, clownfish, gobies, and angelfish, among others. He has authored many scientific papers, popular articles, and books on marine aquariums and marine biology including a basic reference on Florida spiny lobsters. He and his wife, Barbara, founded Aqualife Research Corporation in 1974 and Green Turtle Publications in 1982. He is currently a member of the Florida Keys Sanctuary Advisory Council and an adjunct scientist with Mote Marine Laboratory. His present research is on the culture of the long-spined sea urchin, Diadema antillarum, the keystone hervibore of the tropical Atlantic coral reefs, as part of several coral reef ecological restoration projects.
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The (New) Marine Aquarium Reference Volume II
The (New) Marine Aquarium Reference Volume II: The Physical and Biological Environment is the second of a five volume set of ebooks based on The Marine Aquarium Reference: Systems and Invertebrates by Martin A. Moe, Jr., first published in 1989 and sold over 80,000 copies. The ebook volumes preserve this enduring technical information and expand on it with new topics and new information.
The (New) Marine Aquarium Reference Volume I
The (New) Marine Aquarium Reference Volume I: The Chemical Environment is the first of a five volume set of ebooks based on The Marine Aquarium Reference:Systems and Invertebrates by Martin A. Moe, Jr.This first volume covers over 92 topics dealing with the chemistry of natural seawater and the management of captive seawater in marine aquariums.
Dear God, an Open Letter
Do you believe in God? If the answer is Yes, you probably haven’t thought much about it. If the answer is No, you have probably thought a lot about it and have many questions, as have I. This is important because what we collectively believe about God may save or destroy our future on this Earth. So I decided to ask Him directly. Perhaps my letters to God will help you as you ponder.
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