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AW: changing water . . .
you are right concerning exchanges with water table. There are biotopes
where the water change is considearble like in rain forest and others where
next to no water is changed (argile grounds are next to water proof).
But dont worry, I am doing a weekly change in my killie tanks too. Only the
2 bigger tanks with 120 gals and 50 Gals get a monthly water change. Though,
now that I have put this nitrate filter into use, I want to try out and
measure the water changes in parameters without water change.
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: owner-killietalk at aka_org [mailto:owner-killietalk at aka_org]Im
> Auftrag von Scott Davis
> Gesendet: Montag, 22. Juli 2002 03:22
> An: killietalk at aka_org
> Betreff: Re: changing water . . .
> >Think of it, in nature most killies live in small ponds and water holes.
> They get fresh water only when it rains and that is extremely soft water -
> that's it!
> Actually they may be getting very considerable and constant water changes
> from the water table. Several years ago, while making comparisons
> with back
> yard ponds, goldfish maven Stephen Mayer (sp) in AFM magazine suggested
> there was a daily 90% water exchange between a forest pond and the water
> For a more detailed discussion of all this check out E.C.
> Pielou's hydrology
> treatise Fresh Water published by the University of Chicago Press. The
> location of ground water varies considerably and is ALWAYS
> connected sooner
> or later with rivers, lakes, deep aquifers and, oh yes, what ever we bury.
> All the best!
> still gonna change that water.
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