Monthly Archives: September 2013

Hydrologic Cycle

Evaporation, condensation, precipitation, infiltration and percolation – repeat. This is called the hydrologic cycle and it is responsible for all our drinking water. Pond water is known in a general sense as fresh water and is a necessary resource for … Continue reading

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Lake Ecology

Ponds and lakes are more than just holes of water in the ground, they are a compilation of organic and inorganic parts which build a greater whole. These these larger systems are know as ecosystems and are essential to sustaining … Continue reading

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Lake Hillier

Oftentimes on this blog I write about water clarification and getting the clearest water possible (usually with the help of an experienced professional) but Lake Hillier in Australia is such an amazing hue of pink I would never suggest this. … Continue reading

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Lake Ecosystems

Lake ecosystems are unique because they have biotic, or living plants, animals, and micro-organisms as well as abiotic, nonliving, physical and chemical interactions. These biotic and abiotic interactions are an important part of a healthy lake ecosystem and is integral … Continue reading

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