The very last thing most aquarists want, particularly novices, is complication; long formulas and very technical explanations add to confusion and could hide the straightforward steps required to put together and maintain a marine aquarium. Setting up a marine aquarium is straightforward. There isn't a need for the aquarist to be a scientist with deep knowledge, but to be successful there is a need for foundation knowledge. "Marine Aquariums - The Beginner's Guide" is written by a father and son with over 40 years experience between them. Written in a straightforward non-jargon way it advises clearly how and why. The book takes the aquarist through the process of starting a marine aquarium step by step from first thoughts to completion. The different equipment needed, maintenance, methods used and basically why are fully explained plus lots more. Over its 324 pages the book does two things, first it places before the aquarist all the information required so the often frustrating search for information is made unnecessary, and second it removes the confusion caused by techno-speak and differing opinions. There is a third effect and this is it allows the reason for the marine aquarium to surface from the very start; the aquarist enjoys the setting up process. When the setting up process is complete, the aquarist has a book to refer to whenever the need arises. About the Authors John Cunningham and Peter Cunningham, a father and son team are both aquarists, authors and editors who combined have over 40 years of aquarium experience. They both gain great pleasure from helping others in the marine aquarium hobby and do so verbally, via the internet and now via this guide. To learn more about John and Peter visit their website at: AquaristsOnline.com
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Descripción Aquarists Online. Paperback. Estado de conservación: VERY GOOD. little to no wear, pages are clean. The cover and binding are crisp with next no creases. Nº de ref. de la librería 2744944895