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Subsurface aeration is a variation of lake and pond aeration that involves the addition of oxygen via a diffuser at the bottom of the water body. Air is pumped into a compressor located on land through a sinking tube that connects to a diffuser, where it is then split into thousands of tiny bubbles. These bubbles serve to improve the overall health of the catchment either by rising to the top or bursting on their way there. If the bubbles burst, they add the oxygen they carry in the form of micro agitations.