By Kaylee Griswold
If there is too much dissolved oxygen in a body of water it is unable to support a fully functioning ecosystem & the aquatic life in it will die.
There isn't such a thing as having too much oxygen in the water.
If there is too much algae, plankton, clay silt, mud, etc. the water is not clear.
If there isn't much algae, plankton, clay, silt, mud, etc. the water is very clear.
If water is too hot it will not be able to support the aquatic life living in the body of water because it will not be able to hold enough oxygen.
If water is too cold the aquatic life thrives better in colder waters due to the ability of holding enough oxygen.