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  1. How to use a Refractometer to Measure Salinity

    How to use a Refractometer to Measure Salinity

    In the early days of the hobby, we’d use a floating glass hydrometer to measure the specific gravity in our tanks and when mixing up saltwater. The strength of the seawater determines how high...
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  2. How to Acclimate Clean Up Crew Invertebrates To Your Reef Aquarium

    How to Acclimate Clean Up Crew Invertebrates To Your Reef Aquarium

    https://mdshop.us/AcclimateCUC Our topic today came from a viewer who requested we talk about acclimating invertebrates. It could not have came at a better time because I recently added a slew of...
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  3. Salinity Measurements in Aquariums

    Salinity Measurements in Aquariums

    It is best to maintain a salinity of 1.026 (or 35ppt) and know where your fish come from to distinguish what their natural salinity level is. Salinity is one of the most widely tested parameters in...
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  4. Aquarium Salinity: How to Measure and Why It's Important

    Aquarium Salinity: How to Measure and Why It's Important

    https://goo.gl/nLcsnz Keeping an accurate salinity level in your saltwater aquarium or reef tank is crucial to the health and well-being of fish, coral and invertebrate. Today we are going to...
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  5. Talk the Talk: Aquarium Equipment

    Talk the Talk: Aquarium Equipment

    The aquarium hobby is full of technical jargon, confusing acronyms and scientific mumbo jumbo. We decided to start the Talk the Talk video series to help you avoid stumbling over these not-so-common...
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