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- adj. Having layers of water that do not intermix.
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Extreme clinograde oxygen distributions occur in meromictic lakes where the monimolimnion may have permanent oxygen deficits.
Mineralogical studies of the impact crater near Mount Darwin are being conducted by the University of Tasmania, as are limnological studies of meromictic and other lakes.
Three meromictic lakes on the Lower Gordon River, of international repute for being permanently stratified and yet relatively shallow, are inhabited by diverse and unusual aquatic micro-organisms.
Ellesmere Island contains a range of unique aquatic ecosystems: ice shelves, epishelf lakes, meromictic lakes and tundra ponds.
To better understand the paleoclimatic signal in the sediments, a three year process-based study is planned to determine the primary controls on sediments flux and varved sediment formation in Sophia Lake, a High Arctic hypersaline, meromictic lake.
Opposite to most inland waters, Lake Cadagno is permanently stratified (meromictic).
In fact, the actual Black Sea is the world's largest meromictic basin.
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