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5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Read, Feb. 19 2003
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David T. Lupia (Ridgefield, CT United States) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Aquatic Systems Engineering: Devices and How They Function (Paperback)
As an amateur aquarium enthusiast, I've had trouble obtaining accurate and reliable information about the design and functioning of aquatic systems. This book takes a serious top-down approach so the reader can drill-down as far as he wants into theory and mathematics to satisfy his curiosity. It is well organized and concisely written. The chapters on ultraviolet sterilizes are particularly well-done. I can now hold my own with retailers and manufacturers' representatives who push buyers towards high cost solutions that are inefficient or don't work. Now if Mr. Escobar would take on natural aquatic systems, I might learn the relationship between sunlight and artificial ultraviolet lighting as it relates to the control of algae!
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Aquatic Systems Engineering: Devices and How They Function by Pedro Ramon Escobal (Paperback - Oct. 2000)
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