The challenges remain for the world’s foremost nature conservationists and marine life specialists. Not only the world’s seas but great lakes around the globe remain under threat. But here and there, it may yet be early days; new promising shoots are coming up. Lakes are being restored to its original and pristine condition, more or less back to the way they were before heavy industry and commercial traffic polluted them and killed most marine life.
Marine life includes its flora. While salmon stocks are being restored to humankind’s benefit, underwater plantations critical to micro-biological life and the sustainability of all species are being renewed once more now that vast volumes of water are being cleaned. Much closer to home, municipal lakes are also being given a new lease of life. It is a far more manageable task for marine oriented horticulturalists because they have the use of special aeration pumps for lakes.
The use of these pumps is necessary because it regenerates oxygen back into the water. Previously, water and all its marine life, both flora and fauna, were starved of oxygen due to high levels of pollution. And if you have had a little lake of your own on your property, perhaps it was, once upon a time, just a small manmade pond, you can breathe new life back into it. Perhaps the water will need to be emptied and new stock brought in.
Whatever is necessary, the ongoing use of aeration pumps might be necessary to ensure that water remains clean and free of pollution to allow for its enhancements to remain pleasing to look at. This will be a regular maintenance exercise for the marine horticultural specialist with strong focus on plant features.