closed lake

closed lake

[¦klōzd ′lāk]
(hydrology)
A lake that does not have a surface effluent and that loses water by evaporation or by seepage.
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In fact, Kazakhstan transformed the Northern Aral into a closed lake and filled it from the own sources.
The Arbian Gulf is like a closed lake and the spread of nuclear power stations near the area increases the environmental pressure on it," he said.
Seasonal fluxes of particulate matter in a small closed lake in northern Estonia.
Therefore the sedimentary signals for lake-level changes in small closed lakes are more easily found in marginal sediments, which are sensitive to fluctuating lake levels in a variety of ways.
1 -- color) Boaters fear that beautiful days of fishing at Lake Castaic could vanish if mussels that have already closed Lake Casitas to boat launchings spread to L.
This is especially true in a closed lake," he explained.
Unlike the closed lakes found in other Dubai communities, Jumeirah Islands Lakes is connected to the Arabian Gulf, so conventional chemical treatments used in those other lakes to control algae and prevent foaming cannot be used at Jumeirah Islands.
CITY environment chiefs have closed lakes in Newsham Park after they were found to be contaminated with blue-green algae.
Normally, the water levels of closed lakes such as the Dead Sea reflect climatic conditions.