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Title: The Toxicity of Some Freshly Mixed Artificial Sea Water; A Bad Beginning for A Reef Aquarium
Author: Ronald L. Shimek, Ph.D
Last Updated: 2014-12-13  
Abstract: ntroduction All reef aquarists are well aware of how prone to disaster that their aquaria are. One of the common threads of wisdom in the hobby states that, "Disasters happen quickly, success takes time and patience." From this, the message is clear; when things go wrong, the resulting problems often occur rapidly. Aware of the precarious nature of our artificial ecosystems, most hobbyists do everything in their power to ensure that their beautiful, and expensive, creatures do not perish. Many hobbyists have safeguards for power outages, equipment malfunctions, water level problems, and chemical imbalances. It is ironic and unfortunate that all of these safety measures may be largely for naught, jeopardized by the use of artificial sea water that, due to poor formulation, may be poisoning the very animals that the hobbyist is trying to protect.
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Title: Good Merchandising Sells Products
Author: Ralph Cabage
Last Updated: 2014-12-13  
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Title: Sea Salt and Your Success
Author: Ralph Cabage
Last Updated: 2014-12-13  
Abstract: 10 reasons to carry this salt for your saltwater customers. How to make money selling the best salt in the industry even if you "do not like it."
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Title: Dip and Pour New Fish Bag Holders That Work
Author: Ralph Cabage
Last Updated: 2014-12-13  
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Title: Fish Foods: Fresh vs. Frozen vs. Freeze Dried
Author: Ralph Cabage
Last Updated: 2014-12-13  
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Title: Coral Fragging
Author: Ralph Cabage
Last Updated: 2014-12-13  
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