Mixing in Stratified Lakes and Reservoirs

Aquatic physics in inland water is a crucial subject for studying aquatic ecosystems. Transport and mixing are of tremendous importance for the pace at which chemical and biological processes develop. Recent observations allow to distinguish mixing and transport processes in stratified lakes and reservoirs. The surface and bottom boundary layer are turbulent while the lake interior remains comparatively quiescent.


Editor(s):
Clercx, Herman J.H.
Van Heijst, GertJan F.
Published in:
Mixing and Dispersion in Flows Dominated by Rotation and Buoyancy, 61-88
Year:
2018
Publisher:
Springer, Cham
ISBN:
978-3-319-66886-4
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