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How to Prevent Lake Turnover

Turnover is an event that occurs when pond water becomes stratified. Essentially stratification is when the water in your pond is not being mixed and the top layer becomes heated by the sun while the bottum layer stays cool. The … Continue reading

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The Importance of Your Aeration System

The circulation and aeration of water in stormwater ponds has several benefits that many  people are unaware of. A proper aeration system oxygenates the water and more importantly mixes the water to prevent stratification.  Stratification occurs when the sun heats … Continue reading

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Northern Snakehead Fish Invades North America

This fish seems like something out of a horror film. The Snakehead is meat-eating fish that is native to southeast Asia and has found itself most recently in American lakes such as Lake Michigan.  The weirdest part about this fish … Continue reading

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Water Clarification for your Retention Pond

A clean and clear retention pond is key to an enjoyable outdoor space. Murky water is not only unattractive but can also be an indicator of dangerous toxic algae and water bacteria. The best way to prevent these things is proper … Continue reading

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