Date: Mon, 20 Dec 1999 20:18:31 -0800 From: "Joseph Kinyon" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg4215$foo@default> Subject: Amy's humid habitat
If you are using a thermometer to measure your aquarium's temperature, I
would recommend a U-tube thermometer. As its name implies it is in the
shape of a U with two pieces of metal floating on the liquid inside. It
allows you to measure the highs and lows of the tank, and tell you what they
were while you are gone. Here is a manufacturer's page (I do not know the
quality of their instruments.) with a picture:
http://www.technika.com/s736680i.htm The only thing more useful than this is
a datalogging digital thermometer, which of course will tell you more about
the temperature of your set-up than you want to know!
By the way, if you want to look at other people's solutions from the past
couple of years, you can search the archive using key words. If you just
use the word humidity, you will of course get more info than you can digest.
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