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millpond

a pool formed by damming a stream to provide water to turn a millwheel
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The construction of milldams on Kokle Stream probably caused the rise in the water level of Lake Mutsina, and there was a need to re-route some of the water through lakes Kooraste Koverjarv and Kooraste Suurjarv to the Vohandu River (Fig.
The construction of milldams on Kokle Stream caused the water level rise in Lake Mutsina and formation of a connection with Lake Kooraste Koverjarv, which consequently induced a change in the lake type from an oligotrophic soft-water to a mesotrophic hard-water lake.