Observations on the Amount of Dissolved Oxygen in Water required by young Salmonidæ

D. Noel Paton
1904 Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh  
That the absence of dissolved oxygen from water is fatal to fish is well shown by an observation of Wilh. Thörner (Forschungsberichte über Lebensmittel, 1897, 4, 172), on the condition of the water of the Hase at Osnabrück, where a great destruction of fish had occurred. Besides a complete absence of free oxygen in the water, nothing hurtful to fish could be detected.
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