perennial lake

perennial lake

[pə′ren·ē·əl ′lāk]
(hydrology)
A lake that retains water in its basin throughout the year and is not usually subject to extreme water-level fluctuations.
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Several features may account for the much lower concentrations in Lake A, compared to those on Cornwallis Island, including the greater distance of the lake from source regions, its smaller catchment area: lake area ratio (Amituk Lake: 70; Lake A: 8), and its perennial lake ice.
Lake Oponono will be transformed from a dry dusty pan to a perennial lake, as will possibly be a large part of Etosha.
Bhimtal (Uttarakhand), July 27 (ANI): The famous Bhimtal Lake, a perennial lake in Bhimtal town in Uttarakhand, is drying up following human encroachment, silting and scanty rainfall.
Owens Lake was a perennial lake at the terminus of the Owens River throughout historic time; the lake held water continuously for at least the last 800,000 years.
The 5,000 acres Jaypee Greens Sports City comprises of perfectly crafted homes with breath-taking views of perennial lakes and canals.
Large perennial lakes, swamps, and rice fields provide a wintering and staging ground for several migratory waterfowl; such areas also favor breeding and survival of mosquitoes (10).
Gorakhpur has several large perennial lakes and swamps which provide a wintering and staging ground for a number of migratory waterfowls and a breeding ground for resident birds (13).