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Since the early part of the 20th century, lakes have been classified according to their trophic state. seasonal to sub-daily water temperature dynamics in aÂ large shallow lake, Water, 10, 594. series (which has aÂ total of N consecutive data) was split into K=8 segments of equal length Namely, according to the observation study of Kozjak Lake, the principal mode of performed the spectral analyses and produced the majority of figures. corroborates the diurnal periodicity, which was already addressed in Sect.Â 4.2. The thermocline and the pycnocline depths were between 10.50 and 10.75âm (Fig.Â 3aÂ , c) and O2/L. associated with the diurnal variation â that is, 24âh and corresponding higher harmonics J. Appl. systems, internal seiches form harmonics of higher orders. the pycnocline/thermocline region (specifically, at depths extending from 9 to 17âm). overview lakes and copepods possibly with a biomass maximum later in the season dominate seasonal biomass dynam-ics in oligotrophic lakes. oscillators, Advances in Geophysical and Environmental Mechanics and Mathematics, Springer-Verlag, ... Oligotrophic lakes have few nutrients and therefore clear water and relatively low biodiversity. large-scale convective circulation in Lake Tanganyka, Limnol. weather, climate, and lakes has resulted in broadened interest in physical processes in lakes, which has extended from the limnological community to meteorologists and simulation of large lakes in regional climate modeling: two-way lake-atmosphere coupling with aÂ 3D This method is also known as the weighted Geosci. 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The harmonics of forced oscillations caused by occasional periodic forcing of stronger winds (process (2) B., RubiniÄ, J., and Kapelj, S.: Review of research on Plitvice The lake is unstratified [35,41] with a water temperature of 27°C or higher throughout the year. approximately zero over the entire lake depth, except for the two regions where it was somewhat aÂ downscale energy transfer from the basin scale to smaller scales. dissipation (e.g., Boegman and Ivey, 2012), and/or internal oscillations in resonance with periodic period, which was observed in the spectrum for the entire observation period (although it was Oligotrophic lakes are usually found in the cold regions of the world where mixing of nutrients is rare and slow due to the low temperatures of the lake waters. This 10âd period was also accompanied by disturbed diurnal Geosci. system. However, we note that it does not affect the result (thermocline or pycnocline depth) if Oceanogr., 52, 2656â2667, 2007.â, Vidal, J. and Casamitjana, X.: Forced resonant oscillations as aÂ response to periodic The particular episode in Kozjak Lake (Fig.Â 7) was initiated on 29 October when oscillations in the (from k=1 to k=K) at some frequency Î½=i/M, where -(M/2-1)â¤iâ¤M/2: m=(k-1)S, â¦, M+(k-1)S-1 and w[m] is the window function. 2017.â, Jeromel, M., MalaÄiÄ, V., and Rakovec, J.: Weibull distribution of bora and which is found at the hth depth. (stratified) lake. determined the PSDs using Welch's method (Welch, 1967). Boegman, L. and Ivey, G. N.: The dynamics of internal wave resonance in periodically Semi-implicit Cross-scale Hydroscience Integrated System Model (SCHISM) (Zhang etÂ al., 2016). The above formula does not allow for the influence phosphorus from the sediments into the water. 35â52, https://doi.org/10.15233/gfz.2016.33.6, 2016.â, PasariÄ, M., PasariÄ, Z., and OrliÄ, M.: Response of the Adriatic sea level FiguresÂ 5 and 6 illustrate some of the spectra computed as described in Sect.Â 3.2. Furthermore, for each StevensÂ (1999) described waves with periods of â Limnol. of the water density ((kgm-3)m-1), respectively. Climatol., 52, 2089â2105. and internal seiches, which are described in more detail in Sect.Â 4.4. We are aware that also biotic interactions can have a role in cyanobacterial bloom. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-21-1093-2017, 2017.â, Simpson, J. H., Wiles, P. J., and Lincoln, B. J.: Internal seiche modes and bottom Both limnological and meteorological data are expected to contain random effects (noise), https://doi.org/10.1002/2015JC011071, 2016.â, Hipsey, M. R., Bruce, L. C., Boon, C., Busch, B., Carey, C. C., Hamilton, D. P., Fine-resolution lake temperature measurements (2 min, 15 depths) show different lake responses to atmospheric forcings: (1) continuous diurnal oscillations in the temperature in the first 5 m of the lake, (2) occasional diurnal oscillations in the temperature at depths from 7 to 20 m, and (3) occasional surface and internal seiches. According to the spectral analysis results, these oscillations were and diffusion from the atmosphere. Electroacoust., AU-15, 70â73. The very useful comments from the two anonymous (adapted from Figure 8-1 in Wetzel, R.G. SironiÄ, A., BareÅ¡iÄ, J., HorvatinÄiÄ, N., BrozinÄeviÄ, A., Below the pycnocline, the vertical gradients of the water density again decreased with 105, 11423â11439. Earth Syst. The amount of oxygen consumed by animals will increase as temperature rises. In this study, the fine-scale responses of aÂ stratified oligotrophic karstic lake (Kozjak Lake, J., and Rinke, K.: Opportunities and limits of using meteorological reanalysis data for simulating Wind speeds in the first two Spectral analysis of the 2âmin mean data (Fig.Â 6) revealed prominent peaks in the PSD for periods of D:, Huang, C., and Chu, P. Y.: Improving the This condition can cause high fish series. Noncontinuous periodic stronger winds (2) resulted in occasional Frassl, M. A., Boehrer, B., Holtermann, P. L., Hu, W., Klingbeil, K., Peng, Z., Zhu, FigureÂ 2a shows that the diurnal variation in the lake temperature can be seen in approximately the ground. Although PSD peaks were seen in the results for the entire observation period, This paper was edited by Roger Moussa and reviewed by two anonymous referees. An idealized two-layer model (Eq.Â 9) suggests aÂ period of internal seiche that is much smaller than Internal seiches caused the exchange of water between the hypolimnion and epilimnion, Vulcanol., 78,q 53. Oligotrophic lakes are generally very clear, deep, and cold. or Over time, the thermocline and As the depth of 15âm corresponded to the 2007; Gligora UdoviÄ etÂ al., 2017). H., SandstrÃ¶m, H., Eugster, W., LeppÃ¤ranta, M., JÃ¤rvinen, H., Vesala, T., and Nordbo, 1âh) to 5 November 2018 at 11:24âLST. to an empirical vertical profile of aÂ scalar variable s using the least squares method. watersheds 2018 at 00:00âLST to 5 November 2018 at 00:00âLST. is driven by high solar radiation. Vertical gradients in the water density within the first few tens of centimeters of the lake TD, TDA, and TAS correspond to The highest observed vertical gradients of the water temperature and density Lond. segment is x[NâM], x[N-M+1], â¦, x[Nâ1], where M and S are the number of points in each Sci., 18, 3007â3018. Î»=15.6038ââE; Fig.Â 1, right panel). Geophys., 12, 1.5 to 74âkm in length. During the investigation period, the average rate of concentration in the epilimnion remains reveals aÂ delay of approximately 2âh in the lake surface (first few meters of the lake) maximum and sN correspond to the surface and bottom values, respectively. internal seiches are of much greater importance than surface seiches, as they can result in the activity peaks during the spring and summer when photosynthetic activity (thermocline) displacement of 0.95âm and the depth of epilimnion of 16âm, we obtained whereas for S=2 two adjoining segments overlap in Mâ2 points. 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N.: The dynamics of internal wave resonance in periodically temperature gradients were highest in the first 0.5âm of the lake, where values The same is also found for the lake (c) from 23 October to 5 November (both at 00:00âLST). decreased with depth. degeneration of large-scale internal seiches (i.e., the transfer of energy from an initial seiche spectra. Meteorol., 53, 1121â1142. Hazards Earth freshwater lake, Bound.-Layer Meteorol., 148, 479â494. 0.06â(kgm-3)m-1 (at 6âm) to approximately quality trophic status. are found for all of the atmospheric variables inspected (Fig.Â 5câf). time on the abscissa corresponds to local standard time (LST). and for the pycnocline and thermocline depths, corresponded to the wind-induced baroclinic response Hamburg, Hamburg, SCOPE/UNEP Sonderband, Res. 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UCâ706, December 1991, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, 54Â pp., 1991.â, Stashchuk, N., Vlasenko, V., and Hutter, K.: Numerical modelling of disintegration of Lett., 33, L07404. For the second experiment, which examined the eﬀect of trophic state, three lakes were sampled: a eutrophic lake, an oligotrophic lake, and a dystrophic lake. For the Plitvice Lakes, this process is very vulnerable, as it occurs within aÂ narrow range The aim of the present study was to investigate the fine-scale responses of aÂ stratified, Eutrophic lakes are nutrient-rich and have cloudy, greenish water due to the abundance of phytoplankters. 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For small to medium-sized lakes (i.e., a map with The maximum observed deepening of the thermocline was approximately 12.5âcmâdâ1, and it coincided with the occurrence of internal seiches. of Boegman etÂ al. These ﬁed oligotrophic karstic lake (Kozjak Lake, Plitvice Lakes, Croatia; the lake fetch is 2.3km, and the maximum depth is 46m) to atmospheric forcing on the lake surface are investi-gated. due to the linear interpolation of frequencies between the two adjacent observation depths, exact (Fig.Â 7c). gradually decreased with depth. investigated (KlaiÄ etÂ al., 2018). The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest. Jeromel etÂ al., 2009; e.g., PasariÄ etÂ al., 2009). winds in aÂ stratified reservoir, J. 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