meromictic


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meromictic

[¦mer·ə¦mik·tik]
(hydrology)
Of or pertaining to a lake whose water is permanently stratified and therefore does not circulate completely throughout the basin at any time during the year.
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Assemblyman Bill Magee said, Green Lakes State Park is the site of two rare meromictic lakes, Green Lake and Round Lake, and old growth forest that is right in our own backyard.
Faro Lake, with a maximum depth of 28 m, is characterized by a meromictic regime with anoxic waters below 10 m depth (Leonardi et al.
Here we present records of sedimentary pigments, fossil zooplankton, as well as climatic and environmental changes over the past 600 years at a meromictic lake, Dagze Co, on the central Tibetan Plateau to assess the influences of climate change and human activities on the plankton community.
General description of partly meromictic hypertrophic lake Verevi, its ecological status, changes during the past eight decades, and restoration problems.
The good agreement between the deep simulations and the observed meromictic stratification also showed that a subset of models was able to account for the salinity- and geothermal induced effects upon deep-water stratification.
As we sat at a picnic table amongst the towering and vibrant ash and maple trees, Don and I shared ideas for all the different natural ecosystems that exist in the park, each with their unique complex of flora and fauna, including the American hart's-tongue fern, Indiana bat and the globally rare meromictic (no seasonal mixing of surface and bottom waters) Glacier Lake.
There is also a wonderful wooden walkway around Crawford Lake, a meromictic lake [a lake having waters that do not intermix] that was inside a cave prior to glaciation.
Vertical and temporal microbial community patterns in a meromictic coastal lake influenced by the straits of
Consequently, the seasonal dynamics of the water body was investigated, and the disposal pond was found to behave as a meromictic water body with seasonal changes in the water density, the stratification, and the mixing due to wind and waves influenced by the specific geometry of the pond (Table 4).
Molecular organic tracers of biogeochemical processes in a saline meromictic lake (Ace Lake).
The key role of the chemolimnion in meromictic cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.