dimictic lake

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dimictic lake

a lake that has two annual periods of free mixing of water.
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7 Mixing regime Stratified, dimictic Recent trophic status Hypertrophic Water hardness Hard-water Flow-through Seasonal Lake Nommejarv Location 58[degrees]03'N; 26[degrees]30'E Area (ha) 15 Max depth (m) 7 Mean depth (m) 3.
The results of 2005-2006 monitoring demonstrate that the reservoir is an eutrophic, dimictic water body characterized by weak summer stratification (max.
All lakes are dimictic and a strong thermal stratification develops in summer, while the depth of the epilimnion stays rather constant at about 2-4 m.
varies in the monomictic, dimictic, and polymictic lakes.
Annual cycle of autotrophic and heterotrophic production in a small, monomictic Piedmont lake (Lake Oglethorpe): Analog for the effects of climatic warming on dimictic lakes.
Events after the spring melt are different in dimictic lakes, where free circulation or mixing of the water occurs twice a year, in spring and in autumn, and the water column is thermally stratified in the period between the two mixes.
The lake is dimictic, with a thermocline at 3-4 m, and lacks surface inlets or outlets.