Guide To Salt Water Aquariums

Guide To Salt Water Aquariums

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INFO:
This is a detailed guide on how to begin a salt water aquarium. It explores the salt water hobby from equipment set up all the way to understanding water parameters. It also includes a guide with pictures of various corals and other invertebrates and care tactics so that your corals and invertebrates will thrive.

CALCULATORS:
To help make calculations needed in the reef hobby easy a volume calculator and lumen calculator can help tremendously . You can input the size of your aquarium and it will calculate how many gallons will be needed to fill the aquarium. The lumen calculator will give you the amount of lighting required for the tank size.

JOURNAL:
Can't remember when you did a water change or what your last water parameters were. You can record notes in the journal to keep track of your reef keeping and feeding habits for fish and other invertebrates.

RECORD KEEPING DATABASE:
Keep track of your weekly or daily tank parameters. Store ph, calcium, salinity and water temperature to keep close tabs on any changes to the aquarium.

Update 1.9.4 Updated build version

Tags: salt water aquarium apps, reef lumen calculator, обои аквариум для андроид.

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Comments and ratings for Guide To Salt Water Aquariums
  • (62 stars)

    by Lee on 28/10/2012

    Keeps crashing won't open so can't even use what a waste of money. Someone is making a killing off people.

  • (62 stars)

    by A Google User on 28/10/2012

    Keeps crashing won't open so can't even use what a waste of money. Someone is making a killing off people.

  • (62 stars)

    by Hadrien on 22/04/2012

    Needs more information on each coral and fish species. Also, translated temperature and dimensions (in the calculator) to the metric system for us non American reefers

  • (62 stars)

    by Timothy on 27/12/2011

    Ok... But not worth the price. It isn't bad for a beginner but you can find better stuff on the internet in one search.

  • (62 stars)

    by Timothy on 27/12/2011

    Ok... But not worth the price. It isn't bad for a beginner but you can find better stuff on the internet in one search.

  • (62 stars)

    by Cowboy on 18/03/2011

    Definitely 4 newbs as described w/no experience. BAD advice tho to keep halides 2yrs. Basic knowledge is never go past 12mo. Most people do 9mo max!

  • (62 stars)

    by Cowboy on 18/03/2011

    Definitely 4 newbs as described w/no experience. BAD advice tho to keep halides 2yrs. Basic knowledge is never go past 12mo. Most people do 9mo max!