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Hi im new and looking forward to great discussions!

Hi im new and looking forward to great discussions!

Postby Diver teen2 » 1/6/13

Hi im new and I was wondering if some experienced forum members could just tell me how things work around here! :shark1:
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Re: Hi im new and looking forward to great discussions!

Postby KristianT » 1/9/13

I'm far from an 'experienced' member but I can say that personally I am very interested in the monitoring the boards to either help answer questions, discuss current marine-related topics or, and what seems to have been the most common as of late, give advice on pursuing either an education or job within Marine Biology.
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Re: Hi im new and looking forward to great discussions!

Postby Izzy » 2/14/13

Hi there,

As a long-time member (and moderator) I welcome you! It's definitely a lot quieter around here than it used to be - maybe you can help us breathe some life back into the forums. :) Anything marine biology related is totally fair game. :)
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