I seconded the Fernner book. Keep in mind that a 10 gal
tank is going to be very hard to keep. Especially for someone new to SW
. Even advanced hobbists how have been doing this for years find small tanks very challenging. Small tanks require constant water parameter checks and due to the low volume of water they are very suseptible to crashing. The larger the water volume, the more stable the tanks becomes. I would recommend a minimum of a 29 gal
. to get started. A little more room for error. In the mean time, grab a good book and keep asking questions here. Welcome to the forum!