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Old 04-19-2015, 11:30 PM   #11
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Anyone mention brackish fish?
They would stand the best chance with all the elements and flucations.
Mono sebae are still one of my favorite fish.
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Old 04-20-2015, 01:46 AM   #12
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Anyone mention brackish fish?
They would stand the best chance with all the elements and flucations.
Mono sebae are still one of my favorite fish.

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Have you seen the water treatment plant the Monterey Aquarium uses to get permission to return their water to the bay? It's impressive.

A SW pond is a cool idea, but impractical inland. It would also be difficult to observe your live stock.


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Greg I used to dive to clean the intakes for the NY Aquarium in Coney Island and they were sever hundred yards from shore. After that the water went thru several huge vats of sand to filter it. It was a 50 or 60 year old system when I was there 20 years ago. Pretty cool operation

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The intake is one thing. That's just a long pipe. But treating the outflow to meet California standards is another thing. I applaud California in this specific instance.


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Hi there. This thread ended up getting a tad off topic and was leaning towards getting uncivil in places. Because of this, the thread has been closed.
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