Slide Show Presentation Windows CD by Steve Tyree Concerning Natural EG and Tri-Zonal Filtration. Executable files that run on Win 95, 98, 2000, Millenium and XP. This CD is for people too busy to read our indepth books. There is also new information that helps to bridge the gap between the currently released CMAT volume 1 book and CMAT volume 2 that will be released late in 2003. Just $15.00 plus $2.50 postage and handling. There are ~180 slides. Distributed by DE Publishing. Presentations contain graphics, images and text. Order via Paypal payment services or just send us email.
Aquarist that want to setup a cryptic filtration zone can either locate these animals
within existing reefs or the live rock bins at local reef stores. Animals are also
available from DE at the following web page.
Natural Filtration Cryptic Animals Available via Mail Order
This web site is meant to be utilized by aquarist setting up or experimenting with EG systems. We are currently recommending that intermediate to advanced aquarist (who have acquired CMAT volume 1) can setup EG systems. We will not be recommending that beginning reef aquarist setup EG systems until we conclude Research Phase 2. This web site also contains a message forum that can be utilized by reef aquarist and reef scientist. This forum is only intended to be related to issues surrounding the EG filtration system. We also recommend that aquarist that are serious about setting up an EG system should acquire the CMAT volume 1 book mentioned above. The entire basic system methodology is described there and we really dont want to clutter up the message forum with questions that are already addressed within that book. The forum is meant to be a place where aquarist experimenting and researching the natural zoned method of captive filtration, can discuss leading edge issues and report any research discoveries. We welcome questions from those new to the concept but they need to be direct and specific questions. A question like 'hey man how does this filtration concept work, tell me about', will not be answered and will be deleted from the forum. We want a high quality level of discussion within this forum, because the forum is intended to be a tool to advance the concept. We are not recommending that beginning reef aquarist maintain the system yet.