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How to Use Our Resources

Information on how to use this website.
  • Read the news and subscribe to its RSS feed. It will keep you informed of Reefs.org and Advanced Aquarist updates.
  • Check out our online magazine: Advanced Aquarist. Advanced Aquarist was the first free peer-reviewed online reefkeeping magazine on the internet and has been serving the marine aquarist since January 2002.
  • Interested in advancing your knowledge in the marine hobby? Our distance learning courses taught over the Internet might be just the thing for you: Marine Aquarist Courses Online (MACO). The site is currently being redesigned and will be back up soon!
  • Interested in chatting with other marine hobbyists in real time? Connect to the #reefs chat channel on AfterX IRC. There's always someone there to chat with. In addition, we periodically host live chats with noted marine authors on the #reefs chat channel.
  • Ever wonder which fish are compatible with one another or which clown species will host in different anemones? Check out our compatibility charts to find out.
  • Interested in frag trading? Check out Frags.org!
  • Are you new to the marine hobby? Are you wondering where to start? We have a detailed Beginner's FAQ to help the new marine hobbyist get started the right way.
  • We have over 200 marine related articles in our extensive online library. Subjects covered include animal husbandry, coral propagation, tank maintenance/setup, etc.
  • We have had live talks on our #reefs chat channel by many noted authors: Julian Sprung, Martin Moe, etc. Read the transcripts in our library!
  • Reefs.org also has a detailed Hitchhiker FAQ. Use this guide to help identify unknown things that hitchhiked in on your new live rock.
  • Interested in finding a LFS in an area that you will be visiting? Check out Aquarium Store Finder to find the nearest store.
  • Looking for a DIY project? Check out the projects that have been submitted by our members.
  • Want to know what books to read or videos to rent on a specific subject? Check out the Recommended Reading and Video List.
  • Not sure what that abbreviation means that you just read online? Check out our Reefkeeping and Internet Abbreviations listings.
  • Looking for wallpaper for your PC? Check out our Wallpapers.
  • Confused by some of the reefkeeping jargon out there? Check our Reefkeeping Glossary to find the answer.
  • Are you looking for cool marine related downloads? Check these out.
  • Looking for a back issue of the old Aquairum Frontiers or Aquarium.Net articles? We have article indexes for both Aquarium Frontiers and Aquarium.Net.
  • Looking for pump and plumbing information for your upcoming tank? We have an in-depth aquarium pump database that lists the majority of the pumps used in the aquarium hobby. We also have an in-depth plumbing calculator as well.
  • Interested in reading (or writing) about hot topics in the marine hobby? Check out our editorials submitted by our members. If you have an editorial that you'd like to submit for publication, please submit it to one of the reefs.org admins or moderators.
  • Looking for a reefkeeping society in your area? Check out our reefkeeping societies page.
  • Interested in making your own food for your marine tank? Check out the food recipes we have listed.
  • We also provide various polls for our members to take.
  • We also have a links page which can direct you to more information on reefkeeping.
  • Want to know who is working hard to bring you this top-quality website? These are the people that are helping to make it happen.
  • The Reefs.org Taskforce is a team of dedicated hobbyists that are here to help make your reefs.org experience a good one. Learn more about our Reefs.org Taskforce members here.
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Created by liquid
Last modified 2007-02-13 03:02
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