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Title: pH Problems and Solutions in Reef Tanks
Author: Sheridan Henson
Last Updated: 2014-12-20  
Abstract: It"s not uncommon to find aquarists with pH problems. Using different additives like calcium, kalkwasser, alkalinity buffer, etc., it becomes increasingly common to drop or raise pH levels into unfit conditions. Many hobbyists fall into a cause and effect cycle of adding additives to solve a problem, only to cause another problem concerning pH. Understanding pH and the symptoms causing low or high pH will lead to a healthy tank.
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Title: The Phosphate Hater’s Guide
Author: Ralph Cabage
Last Updated: 2014-12-20  
Abstract: Many reef keepers start the hobby without any awareness of phosphates. They do their best to manage salinity, ammonia, nitrite, and water changes. It is not until algae brutally rips through their tanks that they are educated in the importance of phosphate. At first, they think they have algae problems, but they soon understand that it is phosphates feeding the algae. Further research will also find that phosphates can directly inhibit calcification by corals and coralline algae. Phosphate control becomes an imperative when maintaining a reef tank.
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Title: • Product Review: Surface Skimmer by Oscar/Tom
Author: Jim Gartner
Last Updated: 2014-12-20  
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Title: Eliminating Mosquito Problems
Author: Sheridan W.S. Henson
Last Updated: 2014-12-20  
Abstract: The best mosquito control is prevention. Mosquito Dunks and Mosquito Bits are safe and reliable.
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Title: Ammonia - Quick Reference
Author: Ralph Cabage
Last Updated: 2014-12-20  
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Title: The Golden Path To Evicting Algae
Author: Sheridan W.S. Henson
Last Updated: 2014-12-20  
Abstract: Ecological balance is the goal when dealing with algae.
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