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SantaMonica

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Marine Biology Basics... the videos:

- Ocean Productivity
- Photosynthesis part 1
- Food Chains vs. Food Webs
- Nutrients and Primary Production
- Chlorophyll
- Zooplankton and Primary Production
- Bacteria
- Food Webs
- Microbial Food Web
- Trophic Pyramids
 
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I've been in the hobby for over 30 years. I started this YouTube channel a few years ago to share my experiences. The videos have gotten better since the beginning. I try to make each video a story about what I'm doing with the tanks. No long winded talking heads if I can help it. Instead stories of real projects and DIY challenges wins and losses, successes and failures. In fact I don't cut out the parts that show mistakes I've made. Instead I leave those in so you can laugh, cry, or at least avoid making the same mistakes. Please subscribe!

Current series is a Reef Room Renovation project:


Most popular video I ever made:


The last series was about my Hybrid Frag Tank build: This friggin thing was a real pain, watch all 3 if you can, their pretty short.


This one is about a recent flood I had and how I mitigated the chance of this ever happening again.
 
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I've been in the hobby for over 30 years. I started this YouTube channel a few years ago to share my experiences. The videos have gotten better since the beginning. I try to make each video a story about what I'm doing with the tanks. No long winded talking heads if I can help it. Instead stories of real projects and DIY challenges wins and losses, successes and failures. In fact I don't cut out the parts that show mistakes I've made. Instead I leave those in so you can laugh, cry, or at least avoid making the same mistakes. Please subscribe!
Thanks for the share, you've earned a new subscriber for the interesting videos you've posted :)
 

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