The Hangenberg event was a large-scale extinction event that occurred some 359 million years ago. Curious to gauge what effects the extinction had on fish of the time, scientists at the University of Pennsylvania set out to...
Eutrophication can cause dissolved oxygen to crash which is a direct threat to the success of an aquaculture operation.
For accuracy and ease, dissolved oxygen sensors are the clear favorite over other measurement methods, but not all sensors are created equal.
Dissolved oxygen is vital to any healthy, life-sustaining aquatic system. And that includes aquaculture ponds and enclosures.
Monitoring and maintaining dissolved oxygen levels in aquaculture ponds is part of an ecosystem wide approach for raising aquatic animals.
How is dissolved oxygen (DO) measured in aquaculture? We cover the basics of sensor selection and maintenance on todays post.
Low dissolved oxygen can be a killer on aquaculture farms. Even when it’s not, it can halt growth, help spread disease and more.
Hydrogen peroxide can be used to boost crashing dissolved oxygen levels in aquaculture enclosures.
You can achieve healthy dissolved oxygen levels in aquaculture by aerating your ponds. How to do so is a matter of choice.
In aquaculture, the dissolved oxygen concentration rises and falls daily. Understanding this cycle can help you avoid problems from low DO.
FishSens answers 9 questions about monitoring dissolved oxygen and it's importance in aquaculture operations and fish farming.