Aquarium Bliss Rotating Header Image

Saltwater Aquarium; Create A Thriving Aquarium With This Guide To Fish and Coral Selection, Nitrate Levels, Proper Lighting, Filtration, Algae Control and More

Do you want to create your own saltwater aquarium, but are not sure where to start? Would you like to learn about how to choose fish and coral so you create a balance within your aquarium? Are you interested in understanding the technical parts of maintaining an aquarium, such as nitrate levels, algae formation, cleaning your tank and more? This book, Saltwater Aquarium is a comprehensive guide to teach you about all of the various components that are needed in a saltwater aquarium. First, you’ll learn about the three types of saltwater aquarium and decide which type you have or want to create. Next, you’ll learn about the importance of fish selection, size, and temperament of fish when choosing your tropical fish. If you choose to raise coral, this book teaches you about which coral are good to start with and how to provide adequate lighting and food for what corals need to thrive.

Learning how to care and maintain your saltwater aquarium can be complicated and a bit overwhelming at first. This book will teach you how to monitor nitrate levels, and what to do if your nitrate levels get too high. You’ll also learn why creating a balance of algae growth, but not too much or not too little, is important for a healthy environment in your tank. Understanding how lighting and filtration works in your tank is important as well. You’ll learn what to look for in a pump or lighting system and how to calculate the needs of your tank. In addition, this book walks you through the process of changing the water and cleaning your tank, while maintaining a proper saltwater environment for your fish or coral. Lastly, you’ll get some great ideas for personalized tank decorations to make your beautiful aquarium your own.

Look and see what is included in this book! Here is a list of the chapter titles:

Chapter 1:Three Main Types of Saltwater Aquariums- Choosing Which One is Right For You
Chapter 2: Which Saltwater Fish or Reef Is Right For My Aquarium?
Chapter 3: How To Raise Your Own Coral In a Saltwater Aquarium
Chapter 4: Feeding Saltwater Fish
Chapter 5: Algae and Saltwater Aquariums: Why It Grows and How To Stop It
Chapter 6:The Effects of Nitrate in a Saltwater Aquarium
Chapter 7: Lighting and Temperature in a Saltwater Aquarium
Chapter 8: Choosing A Water Pump for Your Saltwater Aquarium
Chapter 9: How To Safely Change the Water In Your Saltwater Aquarium
Chapter 10: Decorations: Accessorizing Your Saltwater Aquarium

Create your own beautiful saltwater aquarium today! Start now by downloading this comprehensive guide to your Kindle.

Click Here For More Information

3 Comments

  1. Darryl E. J. Ruff says:

    Saltwater Fish Tank Stuff I Didn’t Know — But Do Now! I know a few things about Freshwater Aquarium’s, but very little about Saltwater Aquarium’s. After reading this book, I now know a lot more and was fascinated by what some saltwater fish like and what others don’t. And how to grow coral and algae within the tank. Pretty cool!

  2. AllBookzLover says:

    Saltwater Aquarium Guide I purchased this guide to help me decide on whether to go back to a Freshwater Aquarium since that’s what I’d maintained for the past 7 years. I’m totally new to saltwater aquariums and was looking for a simple guide on the basics of fish and equipment for my 55 Gal tank. Nice simple read and I gained some good insights that into maintaining a Saltwater Aquarium.

  3. Sherry Han "Sherry" says:

    Excellent guide for beginners! I’m new to saltwater aquariums and this book has really helped me understand the different types as well as pros and cons of each. It covers everything you need to know if you’re thinking about picking up this relaxing hobby – what type of fish/coral to get, the lighting/pump system to install, what to feed your fish/coral, how to control algae outbreaks, and more. Overall, an excellent guide for you to get started.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

fd h -*