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coral-shop Reefkeeping Concept - Basic Pillars of Reefkeeping
Understanding Seawater
What is exactly NSW?
Buffering, Alkalinity, pH etc.

Only 0,3 % of mass differentiate the sea water from salted water used for spaghetti cooking... The Shelford"s law of tolerance is valid also in the oceanic ecosystems:

  • Every organism is capable to survive within certain limits of their living environment factors.

and related Liebig"s  law of minimum:

  • If all conditions mentioned in Shelford"s law of tolerance in the living environment of an organism are met and one is not, then this one condition acts as the limiting factor.



The following results from seawater composition and above stated laws:

  • Marine organisms endure much, but not everything
  • It is necessary not to omit chemical elements and organic compounds, occurring in seawater in practically negligible concentrations
  • When applying any substances into a tank, occurring there in relatively high concentrations (base, major and minor elements) extreme attention has to be paid to their purity
  • When applying any substances into a tank, occurring there in relatively low concentrations (trace elements and dissolved organic matter) extreme attention has to be paid to their types and concentration ratios
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