Soil Sedimentation Process

The process of transporting sediment (sediment transport) can be described includes three processes as follows: Blow rain (rainfall detachment), the material sediments that are above the ground as a result of spark erosion (splash erosion) can move the particles of the soil will be transported together -Same surface runoff (overland flow). Furthermore washed away into the grooves (rills), and so ...

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Other Factors In Water Quality Parameters

A. Nitrite (NO2) and nitrate (NO3) Nitrite has the properties toxic to fish. In the blood which contains nitrite reacts with hemoglobin to form methemoglobin as brown blood disease. Nitrite is formed from the reduction of nitrate by anaerobic bacteria in the bottom waters. In the waters of nitrites can be toxic when concentrations greater than 5 mg / l ...

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Biological Factors And Bacteria Transmission Fish

1) Aeromonas hydrophila Aeromonas hydrophila cause disease motile Aeromonas Septicemia (MAS). Another name for this disease is bacterial septicemia hemorrhagi or also known as hemorrhagic septicemia (McDaniel, 1979), infectious dropsy, red disease, pest red (Kabata, 1985) or red spot disease (Eidman et al., 1981). Signs of disease caused is a) fish to be weak, b) Decreased appetite, c) The skin ...

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Ammonia Nessler Method

Determination of ammonia-nitrogen used indophenol method (method phenate). This method of giving out a good result for the waters of the pool water. reagent used is phenate (phenol), chlorox (oxidizing solution) and manganese sulphate. phenol and hypochlorit (chlorox) action in the solution is alkaline-forming phenylquinone monoimine which would then be reacted with ammonia to indophenol blue. blue color density comparable ...

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Abiotic Factors Air Quality

1) Temperature / temperature In addition to the high temperatures of the tropics, a problem that is often found is a problem that is too extreme temperature changes due to the influence of the season, for example the rainy season. Low temperatures will cause the speed of metabolism down so that the appetite of fish and shrimp to be decreased. ...

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Combined Filter Physics, Biology and Chemistry

The order of installation of filter media a. The first compartment (A) useful coarse cotton filter media to trap / catch coarse particles derived from aquarium water. In the area meant that yellow is the installation of glass mica which has been hollowed out. b. The second compartment (B) bioball media as a medium for growing bacteria. Mucus inherent in ...

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