Feature Article: Granular Activated Carbon, Part 1: Modeling of Operational Parameters for Dissolved Organic Carbon Removal from Marine Aquaria
Chemistry Department, The Pennsylvania State University. In this first part of a two part series, the authors will introduce granular activated carbon and explain the experimental goals and mathematical models used in their research.
This month, our readers give their feedback controlling their nutrient levels.
Evaluation of live food versus artificial food on the growth of juvenile Pocillopora damicornis cultured from planulae
The following is a report on the first experiment where Lee examined the effects of different foods on the growth of juvenile corals.
This month, our readers give their preferences for barebottom or sandbottom in their tanks.
Jim discusses the genus Cephalopholis and what it takes to keep one in a marine aquarium.
Does old tank syndrome really exist? Julian explains changes that the tank goes through as it gets older.
When it comes to the biological world, things are rarely as simple as they sometimes seem.
Adam discusses aquascaping and lighting and their importance in a reef tank.
Product Review: Product Reviews Revisited: Deltec MCE600 Skimmer, A.E. Tech ETS 1000 Skimmer, and UltraLife Mini-Reef Trap
Greg updates us on some of the equipment he's previously reviewed for Advanced Aquarist's Online Magazine.
Terry recounts the tragedy of losing all of his fish from his recent move to Portland, Maine.
The act of feeding an aquarium produces a greater need for filtration. However the reason for feeding is often times to satisfy the needs of particular animals. These animals are themselves serving in a way to help filter the aquarium as they consume the provided foods.
Now that a tank no longer needs to be broken down and tanks are being maintained for long periods of time a new
This article is a continuation describing some of the more philosophical filtration practices and concepts.
This month, our readers give us some pointers on water circulation in your system.
Doug reviews Delbeek and Sprung's latest addition to the Reef Aquarium series.
This month, our readers give us some pointers on what not to do when setting up a new tank.
Adam highlights a couple of reef geek items that any fish/reef aquarium lover would want for Christmas.