Spring overturn - overturn, Biology

Spring overturn - Overturn

In spring and early summer season the increased solar radiation melts the ice cover, which, as it attains a temperature of 4° Celsius, becomes dense and heavy and sinks to the bottom, displacing the lower water which moves up. This circulation of water is further helped by the prevailing summer winds and is called spring overturn.

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