Jeremy Gosnell

Jeremy Gosnell has been an aquarist for nearly all of his life. While studying sociology in college, he began writing for Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Magazine, moving over to Fish Channel and Aquarium Fish International in 2005. In 2008 he began composing feature articles for Tropical Fish Hobbyist Magazine, and today serves as TFH's monthly saltwater Q&A writer, and is a member of the peer review content editorial board.After becoming a PADI certified dive master and specialty instructor, Jeremy trained with the Beautiful Oceans Academy as a science diver, specializing in coral reef biology, ecosystems and food chain hierarchies. He worked with Beautiful Oceans to promote scientific diving and underwater GPS coral reef mapping and bio-diversity studies for both scientific study and recreational dive charters.He holds various scuba related certifications including PADI master scuba diver, dive master, specialty instructor, DAN dive emergency specialist, marine wildlife injury specialist and several TECH REC technical certifications, including deep water diving, re-breather diving and cave diving.In his spare time Jeremy is a science fiction writer, and his debut novel Neptune's Garden was released in 2010. His second novel is being released later in 2015. Both books are oceanic in nature, exploring the existence of the mythical kingdom of Atlantis, from a scientific viewpoint.

Recent Blog Posts

Monday Archives: Look Mom, No Sand

Monday Archives: Look Mom, No Sand

Bare bottom tanks have never been uncommon in fish stores. Often, it’s much easier for someone selling marine fish to maintain a bare bottom tank, simply because decorations can easily be pulled out if someone buys a fish. These systems are normally based off multiple...

Feeding your entire reef

Feeding your entire reef

Not long ago, I explained on Facebook that it takes me about 45 minutes to feed my reef tank. Multiply that by three feedings per day, and over two-hours daily is spent on feeding alone. Reef keepers had a lot of questions, as to why I would spend so much time...

Is bubbling the new snake-oil?

Is bubbling the new snake-oil?

I must admit, I am more in the dark about micro-bubbling (or bubbling, as some call it) than many others. Largely because I rarely, if ever, use aquarium forums. Occasionally I hop on a popular forum, to test an idea or gauge how members feel about a certain topic....

Lights out: Redundant back-up power

Lights out: Redundant back-up power

Recently, one of You Tube’s star aquarists experienced a tank crash. It wasn’t a sudden ph drop, or a failing pump, or any of the incredibly rare failures that lead to a destroyed system. The crash was caused by the most common purveyor of dead fish and demolished...

Is cloud-connected aquarium tech disposable?

Is cloud-connected aquarium tech disposable?

We live in the Internet of Things (IOT) age. IOT is used to described the plethora of connected devices, all using the internet to control our homes, our toys and keep us in constant connection. The IOT market has exploded: the advent of smart home products, wireless...

NOAA’s wild side: Step aboard the Okeanos Explorer

NOAA’s wild side: Step aboard the Okeanos Explorer

We hear a lot about NOAA these days, the infamous National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. It’s NOAA that has regulatory abilities to enforce commerce based, environmental protection laws. However, there is another side to NOAA, one that is far more exciting. NOAA...

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