Thermal stratification - lake ecosystem, Biology

Thermal Stratification - Lake Ecosystem

Shallow lakes show no thermal stratification as their waters are well mixed, resulting in uniform temperature throughout. However lakes with depths of more than 15 metres exhibit fairly pronounced temperature stratification.

  • Winter Stratification
  • Overturn
  • Summer Stratification
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