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The result of excessively low dissolved oxygen
2020-01-20 The result of excessively low dissolved oxygen

For fish to survive, the dissolved oxygen in the water has to reach 3mg/L or over 4 mg/L. Days of high temperatures lower the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water. When the amount is lower than 2 mg/L, fish may die from lack of oxygen.

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