Hi-def coral database to help preserve global reefs

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  1. viper357

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    Some interesting news
    More here - Hi-def coral database to help preserve global reefs | euronews, science
     
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    great link, thanks
     
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    Thanks @viper357.
    Btw, good morning Dean and Dallas.
     
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    Morning ballie
     
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    morning Sean
     
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    Whose your Ballie. While you here (off topic).... Can one still get nitrites in an established tank while all other parameters are still ok? (not in the mood to open a thread specifically for this)
     
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    Ok, will take it to my tank thread, before this one gets derailed..
     
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    Yes, stop derailing my nice threads with your problems :tt2::tt2::tt2:
     
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    yes you can, but luckily nitrites are not as toxic in salt water.
    it should go in a day as the bacteria start to increase.
    causes to many fish, over feeding and/or filtration needs a boost
     
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    Thanks you english speaking people... Ok, put al the param. on my thread. Please advise. Also to raise Alk?
     
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    Agreed...:thumbup:
     
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    Thanks for the link Dean...
     
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