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  • adj. Relating to hypolimnion

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  • However, observed depletion rates must be adjusted to re - The large loading of organic material into Las Vegas Bay fl ect system-speci fi c characteristics, such as hypolimnetic prior to 1994 (1,300 kgP / day in 1978; Dr. Doug Drury, temperature, the downward fl ux of oxygen to the hypolim - Clark County Water Reclamation District, pers. comm.) nion and the volume of in fl ows.

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  • Furthermore, the oxygen concentrations projected by the lake model [36] show that a future combination of higher temperatures and increased loading of total phosphorus would greatly reduce the hypolimnetic (bottom-water) habitat available for lake trout.

    Changes in aquatic biota and ecosystem structure and function in the Arctic

  • In the summer, there is a flow of deep hypolimnetic water from Lake Huron into Lake Michigan.

    Lake Huron, Ontario

  • As hypolimnetic DO concentrations the hypolimnion. become lower, the DO concentration gradient between the The molecular diffusion of oxygen through the surface of the hypolimnion and the water above it becomes greater; there - hypolimnion can be estimated by using the diffusion coef - fore, eddy diffusion transports more oxygen downward. fi cient of oxygen in water of 2 × 10-9 m2 / sec

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  • Long-term changes in the hypolimnetic volumetric oxygen demand (HVOD) of Boulder Basin, Lake Mead were determined from dissolved oxygen pro fi les collected from 1991 to 2007.

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  • Long-term changes in the hypolimnetic volumetric ox

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  • (Pilson 1998) and Factors other than hypolimnetic temperature prevent or the average DO concentration gradient at the hypolimnion enhance complete mixing after the second year of a pair of boundary of 0.20 g / m4.

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  • Development of the theory duction in the epilimnion of lakes settles into the hypolimnion of oxygen de fi cits as a measure of lake health has a long his - where it decomposes and causes a hypolimnetic oxygen tory since the fundamental work by Birge and Juday (1911), de fi cit.

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  • In contrast, the volumetric oxygen de fi cit, the rate of disappearance of oxygen from unit volume of the hypolimnion, or hypolimnetic volumetric oxygen demand

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  • The annual oxygen deple - of the bottom 20 m of the hypolimnion gradually but steadily tion rate was calculated by plotting the average hypolimnetic warmed from 11. 9°C to 12. 2°C, or 0. 3°C / 220 days.

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