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    But you create an infinite surface area....but...

    But you create an infinite surface area....but using airdomes that constantly bring new water to the surface where gas exchange happens....and create a sweeping action along the floor. :D
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    The first koi pond I built was semiraised 4' deep...

    The first koi pond I built was semiraised 4' deep with 2" up and 2" down. That pond got WAY too hot in Dallas summers!!!! So when we moved to Atlanta the new pond was 8' deep, 2' up and 6' down....
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    Personally I would emulate those ponds that grow...

    Personally I would emulate those ponds that grow out GCs....like Henry C's pond system. You will not be doing that in a shallow still pond.
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    3' deep? For a watergarden maybe. For a koi...

    3' deep? For a watergarden maybe. For a koi pond try at least 6'. Koi are riverine carp.

    As the members of the two local clubs for their recommendations

    <UL>Pioneer Valley Water...
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