Quick Reference Charts, Tables & Calculators
11 Primary Food Groups of Marine Fishes Table
So what do marine fishes eat in nature? Many different things of course. This table of the 11 primary food groups of marine fishes in nature briefly describes what each group eats, and includes a list of fish family's that are cross-matched to the number coded food group or groups they are associated with.
Nitrifying Bacteria Population VS Bio-Load Ratio Reactions Table
Bio-load = ammonia produced from the waste of fish and other livestock, foods, decomposing organic animal and plant matter. With simple diagrams and what to do information, this table shows how a nitrifying bacteria population reacts when light, equivelant, large, and heavy bio-loads are placed on saltwater aquarium systems.
Sea Salt Mixes Comparisons Table
Use this quick reference table compiled by your Guides to see what elements are contained in some top brand name sea salt mixes sold on the market to easily compare the differences between them.
Table of Top Major & Minor Elements in NSW
A quick reference table compiled by your Guides that shows the values of top major and minor elements as well as related compounds (all mainly ionic) found in natural sea water that are considered to be essential for saltwater aquariums, which are important elements to compare in sea salt mixes.
Table of Top 14 Out of 70 Trace Elements in NSW
A quick reference table compiled by your Guides that reflects the top 14 out of 70 trace elements in natural sea water that are considered important for reef tanks to compare and look for in synthetic sea salt mixes when choosing a mix to buy.
Table of Common Element Compounds to Watch Out For
A quick reference table that reflects compounds of common elements that are present and harmless in natural sea water, but that are often found at undesirable higher concentrations in some sea salt mixes. Therefore, these compounds should be considered when choosing a mix to buy.
Multiple Calculators from Aquatics by Design
From Aquatics by Design, Inc. here is a terrific easy-to-use set of calculators for rectangular, cylindrical and hexagon tank volume, plus Fahrenheit - Centigrade Conversion, Carbonate Hardness Unit Conversion and Liquid Measurement Conversions.
From the FINS Reefkeeper FAQs, useful tables that convert Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius, Alkalinity as mg/1 to ppm and KH, Calcium as mg/1 to ppm and dH, and Nitrogen as ppm into Ammonia, Nitrite and Nitrate conversions.