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King Fahd’s Fountain

We’re kicking off the month of October with power, creativity and uniqueness by showcasing the world’s most powerful fountain of its kind: King Fahad’s Fountain. This world-record setting fountain is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and is named after the … Continue reading

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Flooding in Lake Okeechobee

One of the shallowest lakes in Florida, and one of the largest lakes in the US, Lake Okeechobee is also one of the most polluted. Runoff from nearby farmland, golf courses, septic systems and continuing problems with the unkempt dam … Continue reading

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Aeration Systems

Lakes or ponds with four feet of water or more can benefit immensely from aeration systems. Aeration systems regulate the levels of dissolved oxygen which is the single most important indicator for the health and water quality of your lake. … Continue reading

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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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