seepage lake

seepage lake

[′sēp·ij ‚lāk]
(hydrology)
A closed lake that loses water mainly by seepage through the walls and floor of its basin.
A lake that receives its water mainly from seepage.
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The lakes differ greatly in their flushing rate and also include one seepage lake.
In the groundwater seepage lake Alte Donau the under-water light conditions were less variable (0.
Secluded with only a couple cabins on the shore, the seepage lake is rimmed with dark woods and boggy margins and filled with stained water that looks like weak coffee.
In addition, very high and stable organic matter values in the sediment suggest the existence of a forested catchment with stabilized vegetation and topsoil cover around this seepage lake without any permanent surface inflow.