Part 3 and the conclusion of Plastic for the Reef Aquarium.
In this part we begin to examine plastics more closely and look at why interpreting research studies is so challenging. What plastics research applies to reef aquarists and what doesn't?
This article is a companion article to the one written about glass several months ago--everything you always wanted to know about plastic and a few things you probably didn't want to know.
Here we profile @dantimdad, a DIY'er extraordinaire with vast experience.
Do you ever secretly want to see how reef tanks evolve, change, and mature over time with different owners and different husbandry practices? Here's your chance.
Read about the largest toothed mammals on the planet. Possibly a bit large for your reef tank.
One of our forum members writes a letter to his younger less-experienced self to warn him of the dangers ahead.
A beginner article on some easy ways to keep your tank clean.
A book review of Martin A. Moe, Jr.'s landmark book, essential for the reefer's library.
A forum member who has been a successful reefer for six years. Read about her journey from 30 gallons to 200 gallons.
How to use Siri to control Apex with the use of HomeBridge.
Part 3 and the conclusion of flow, tank turnover, and powerheads for the reef tank: a brief foray into powerhead placement in the saltwater tank.
Part 2 of our beginner article on flow, tank turnover, and powerheads. In this piece we talk about what are the differences between different powerhead brands.
A beginner foray into flow, tank turnover, and powerheads for the beginning reefer.
The current state of the ornamental marine fish trade is of interest to all of us. Here's how it works off of east Africa.
Most reef aquarists start out aiming for a mixed reef. They hope to have a few soft corals and then graduate to LPS and SPS corals. But not everyone thinks that way. Here's an aquarist with a totally different reef tank.
Have you ever wondered what effect music has on fish? The article explores the current research.
Understanding the role of ammonia in your saltwater tank's nitrogen cycle.
A sampler of forum members' feeding habits for their reefs. An interesting read.
Taking notes on what you do is a big plus when you are caring for a saltwater aquarium. Here's how the professionals do it.
Here is a book review of James Nestor's book, Deep, a gripping journey into the world of freediving.
A long-forgotten reason for quarantining fish? Isn't quarantining all about disease control? You mean there are more benefits to quarantining?!? Let's also try a case study of a low-stress quarantine strategy.
An easy-to-follow algae outbreak control strategy that can help you resposibly eliminate your algae outbreak.
Read about one man's philosophy of and instructions for setting up a saltwater tank.
Part 2 of the Shellfish Poisoning Syndromes article.
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