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Jose Laguna wrote at 2013-09-07 05:00:34
All true Robyn, however pond aerators are a double-edged sword. The benefit of oxygenation is offset by constant turbidity stirring up sediments off the bottom of the pond. If the pond is small and serves as a storm water detention pond, the last thing desired is an increase in sedimentation or turbidity. That's why many city ordinances prohibit aerators in stormwater ponds.  


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Robyn Rhudy

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I can answer questions regarding goldfish, koi, orfe, minnows, frogs, toads, salamanders, turtles, aquatic insects, snails, shrimp, other aquatic animals, algae, aquatic plants, winterizing, pond maintenance, pond setup, pond problems, and more. I am not as good on the actual construction of ponds and with pond equipment such as pumps and filters but know the basics.

Experience

I have eight ponds and four aquariums. My largest 1800 gallon pond was built in 1997. Since then, I set up a web site on my animals, fish, and ponds. My pond web site (fishpondinfo.com) is huge, award-winning, and has spawned a free pond e-newsletter and a book on ponds. I am well known and respected in the on-line pond community.

Organizations
Mid-Atlantic Koi Club

Publications
I am quoted in an article in Aquarium Fish (May 2003). I published my own book on ponds in 2001. I wrote an article for the Jan/Feb 2004 issue of Organic Gardening on tub ponds.

Education/Credentials
Masters degree in analytical chemistry; many people consider me a pond expert

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