Cartoonist Jim Toomey – of Sherman’s Lagoon fame – has developed a short video intended to raise awareness of the importance of ocean life in combatting climate change. The ‘Fish Carbon’ video uses animation and humor to explain in clear and simple language the roles that marine vertebrates play in oceanic carbon capture and storage. This video was produced by GRID-Arendal in collaboration with Blue Climate Solutions, a project of The Ocean Foundation, as part of the UN Environment/Global Environment Facility Blue Forests Project. It was made possible with support from the Abu Dhabi Global Environmental Data Initiative (AGEDI), the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and The Curtis & Edith Munson Foundation. This video is part of a Storymap - Exploring ‘oceanic blue carbon’, how the actions of marine life such as fish, seabirds, sea turtles, and marine mammals may have roles to play in climate change mitigation. Available at: url.grida.no/oceanicbc For more information visit: grida.no/storymaps Suggested citation: Toomey, J. “Fish Carbon, Exploring Marine Vertebrate Carbon Services.” Animated video, produced by GRID-Arendal and Blue Climate Solutions, 23 Sept. 2018, url.grida.no/fcvideo
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Designed for unparalleled lateral speed in even the smallest, most gutless surf, this is the Lost Puddle Fish Carbon Wrap Surfboard Review for Compare Surfboards! This Lost Puddle Fish is like a performance fish on steroids and I LOVE IT. In AU? Want My Puddle Fish? Get it here: https://bennysboardroom.com.au/collections/surf-surfboards-ex-demo-surfboards My Lost Puddle Fish Carbon Wrap is 6'0 x 22.25 x 2.75 at 41.75L's of volume. How is the Lost Puddle Fish vs Puddle Jumper? Designed from the Lost Puddle Jumper (one of our favourite small wave boards ever) with a performance rocker and spiral vee under the rear foot, this board with rear channels help you push into turns by breaking up the water flow. This extra control gives helps with the more fishy design giving you a great mix of speed with manoeuvrability. The Lost Puddle Fish has a straighter rail profile with a forward wide point, squared off tail block and pulled in hip area between your feet. A slightly reduced concave depth through the centre of the board further helps to give you plenty of linear speed down the line and through flatter sections. The inverted, angular corners out of the square tail reduce the surface area in the tail giving you plenty of bite and control while maximising the straight tail outline and rail rocker. I was able to surf this Lost Puddle Fish at Kelly Slater Wave Pool in Lemoore, CA and it rocks! Hope you enjoy this Lost Puddle Fish Carbon Wrap Surfboard Review for Compare Surfboards! All the best, Benny -------------- + See the Full Review with Fin Setup Info., Ride Pluses/Minuses, Similar Model Comparisons, Complete Standard Dims, Rocker/Outline Images and More: stay tuned... + In AU? Want My Puddle Fish? Get it here: https://bennysboardroom.com.au/collections/surf-surfboards-ex-demo-surfboards + Subscribe to Get the Latest Reviews, Deals & Updates Direct from Benny and CompareSurfboards.com: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToFrothMail -------------- Looking for a source of real, honest, objective information about surfboards and surfing products – based on actual experience from surfers? Do you have a surfboard problem? Want to ride every shape and design of surfboard you see? Need friendly advice on what product may work for you in a world of choice? You’re not alone. There is a community of surfers here who are like you and are here to share the passion. Welcome to Benny's Boardroom: REAL surfboard reviews & chronicles of a wave obsessed surfboard addict. New surfboard reviews each week, subscribe now! If you’re a passionate surfer, are just trying to find out how a given surfboard or wetsuit will work for you or if you simply can’t resist the desire to ride every different shape and design of surfboard you see, you are in the right place. Subscribe now to get access to the latest surfboard reviews and surf hardware reviews each week. Visit http://www.CompareSurfboards.com/ for full reviews, news, articles and more! Thank you for watching, I hope you enjoy the show. HIT SUBSCRIBE NOW! All the best, Benny
Adding Carbon into your water system
http://brs.li/BRSCarbon Have you ever wondered which carbon performs the best, or whether a media reactor really out-performs a media bag? We're going to cover it all in this episode of BRStv. Carbon is integral in maintaining a healthy tank, as it removes a large range of contaminants and organic compounds from our aquariums. Most result from the continual adding of foods, fish waste and algae break down over time. Carbon is also capable of removing many medications, water treatments and accidental contaminants that may have been introduced to the tank by accident. One of the biggest reasons reefers use carbon is to remove the yellowing pigments in the water which impact perceived coral coloration and light penetration. At a glance, you may not think your water is yellow but there's a pretty good chance it is. A quick way to find out is to drain some water from the tank into a white bucket that's about the same depth as your tank. You'll quickly see how yellow the water is, especially when compared to a bucket of freshly mixed saltwater. The good news is that the proper use of carbon can return your tanks water to the pristine blue you're looking for. So what type of carbon should you use? There are three basic types commonly offered to the aquarium industry; bituminous, lignite and specialty carbon. They may look similar to the plain eye, but at a microscopic level they all have rather different pore structures, and work differently in the aquarium. Each of the pore networks has unique properties ideal for different contaminants. You'll want to select a carbon known for having a pore structure similar in size to the molecules you're trying to remove. Any of them are likely to work to some extent, but what you probably want to know is which one is the BEST available, or simply which is the best value when considering performance and price available. Bituminous, while not the best performing due to its smaller pore structure, is the most commonly used carbon in our industry. This is likely due to it being a hard carbon which produces less dust, making it easier to rinse. Bituminous carbon is what you will find most readily available on the retail market. Lignite carbon has a larger pore structure which makes it more efficient at removing larger dissolved organic compounds and yellowing pigments. It does cost a few dollars more, but it's still quite affordable. At BRS, we sell about 3x as much lignite as bituminous due to its higher performance. The third type of carbon that we sell is ROX 0.8. There is a price premium on this carbon, however it makes up about 70% of our total carbon sales due to its unique advantages. ROX is a proprietary blend of different carbon sources which have been powdered and extruded into tiny pellets, which are super hard making it almost dust-free and rinses in seconds. ROX is designed for ultra-pure water applications like pharmaceutical intermediaries where the contaminant removal standards are not only extreme but it is also critical the carbon itself adds as little to the water as possible. We performed a few standard tests using 200g of carbon in a BRS reactor and heater RO/DI water to help identify their performance. The tests included: - The Iodine number which measures performance and ability to absorb small molecules. - The Methylene blue which tests for the ability to remove medium sized molecules. - The molasses efficiency test which tests for the ability to remove larger molecules. ROX 0.8 carbon removed a wide range of pore sizes which resulted in nearly the complete removal of both the molasses as well as the methlyene blue. Our BRS bituminous carbon is a bit different than most on the market in that its grade splits the different between typical bituminous and lignite. It removed most of the contaminants, but left behind a green tint which means it did not remove all of the yellow and blue tints. The standard bituminous commonly available in the industry performed pretty poorly. Implementing carbon in your aquarium is super easy! The ideal solution would be a media reactor where you can ensure the entire volume of water passes through the carbon several times a day. Another method would be to throw some carbon in a media bag, rinse under cold tap water (or better yet, RO/DI water) and place it in a high-flow area of the sump. I don't typically use lignite in media bags due to the dust, but you can if you want. Which method is better? We tested this, too. The media reactor was able to remove most of the contaminants in the water in about 75 minutes, while a media bag with 400g of carbon took about 8 hours. While it did take about 7x longer than the reactor, the bags, there's no denying that a well-placed filter bag of carbon is more effective than many think. It's definitely a legit option for those who don't have room in the budget for a reactor.
In this video we discuss how fish thrive in our CO2 injected aquascapes. It isn't exactly what we have been taught in the hobby. Fish are able to adapt and also become acclimated to higher CO2 levels. Hemoglobin does not get a higher affinity for oxygen in a low PH environment, which most of us are dealing with when we are injecting CO2 into our aquascapes. Adu aquascaping is here to help you maintain healthy fish respiration within your CO2 injected Aquascape. Thanks for watching CO2 and fish physiology: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2004JC002564/full Bohr effect vs Haldane https://www.khanacademy.org/science/health-and-medicine/advanced-hematologic-system/hematologic-system-introduction/v/bohr-effect-vs-haldane-effect Make sure to subscribe so you can function from day to day. Click the link below. https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Daveguitarfish Check out my “Secrets To Amazing Planted Aquariums” Playlist. Click the link below. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLALNVCNiNFNQGqIRYCSio09hWeUonPCfv To see more aquarium aquascaping videos check out my channel! Click the link below. http://www.youtube.com/user/Daveguitarfish Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music Sound Effects by http://audiomicro.com/sound-effects Is CO2 bad for our fish?
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Click to buy: SURF STATION - https://www.surfstationstore.com/collections/lost-surfboards/products/lost-puddle-fish-surfboard No obligation, but these links & ads help support the site and keeps the reviews coming! If you decide to buy somewhere else or would like to support the show, please donate at https://www.paypal.me/surfnshow The Lost Puddle Fish board is very fun in 1-3 waves. It's fast, ultra responsive, and it has the traction I like in small waves. When we I started testing this board for this review the waves were really small, (1-2) and I needed motivation to get out there and surf. We had a 3 week dry spell for waves and this little 5'2" Puddle Fish made it fun and manageable. As the waves picked up I continued to ride it in 3-4 surf just to see how it could handle a little size and to my surprise it went good. Most of the time Fish type boards like this for me have a tendency to slide out and be a bit unpredictable in turns. This board has great traction and control because of the tail design along with the release channel. I also enjoyed this board in the Carbon Wrap technology. The EPS foam core has good buoyancy for paddling and is very lively under foot. The flex characteristics in the Carbon Wrap Technology is spot on for small wave boards and I am a huge fan. Get yourself a Puddle Fish for the small meager days to keep you sessions fun. Cheers!!!