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Ocean Acidification Will Increase in Years To Come

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Scientists are warning that the world’s oceans are becoming acidic at an unparalleled rate, which could have a harmful bang on marine life and the hundreds of millions of people who depend on fishing for their living. Ocean acidity is expected to be more than double by 2100 because of fossil-fuel pollution, putting fisheries at risk and diminishing the capacity… [Read More]

The Beautiful Marine Blue Sponge

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          The blue sponge is a beautiful marine specimen that can add a great deal of color to the home aquarium. Blue sponges require a certain amount of water movement, light, and salinity in the water to thrive. [google_adsense_in_post] There are over 8,000 different species of sponges in the ocean and some of them exhibit striking… [Read More]

What’s Worse or Corals Heat or Cold?

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[google_adsense_in_post] For the extinction of coral reefs, climate changes are the reason we all know. Measures are being taken o preserve them as far possible. But a recent study by in the coast of Western Australia by Justin Billis took the efforts to find out whether extreme heat or extreme cold was more injurious to corals. In both the cases… [Read More]

Reefland Blog Live

Hello everybody! The Reefland blog is officially live. This is where we will be posting any news about the Reefland community, such as new additions to the forum, any contests we might have, upgrades, or whatever else we think of. We also might occasionally other stuff like industry news, marine aquarium care tips and tricks, any deals on marine aquarium… [Read More]

Beautiful Seagrasses – Keeping True Flowering Plants in Your Marine Aquarium

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Beautiful Seagrasses – Keeping True Flowering Plants in Your Marine Aquarium By: Anthony Calfo Sought after by aquarists around the world, the Hawaiian bristle-tooth, Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis, is a member of the best Tang genus for algae control on soft substrates like in seagrass displays. Picture and Caption by Anthony Calfo For some years now, private aquarists have begun to realize… [Read More]

Aquarium Maintenance

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Aquarium Maintenance By: Scott Zachow A beautiful reef aquarium featured in the March Edition of RHO. With a some structured routine maintenance, any aquarium can display the same beauty. Picture by Eric and Sheila Ropke. Next to only cost, aquarium maintenance is a major reason more people don’t maintain their own marine aquarium. Think about it, while you converse with… [Read More]

Aquarium Log Development

Update:Aquarium Log Development By: Scott Zachow & Gene SchwartzOne year ago, almost to the day, Reefland.com began offering a new service for it’s members; The Personal Online Aquarium Log. The Personal Online Aquarium Log idea was nothing new, it was something that was consider as a service on Reefland.com for some time. The problem was there was no time for it to… [Read More]

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