Lake Zones and Boundaries

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DescriptionZone / Boundary
The volume of water where there is net respiration.
Deep region of stratified lakes. Used to refer to deep-water sediments and their biota (benthos).
Near shore zone, dominated by macrophytes, lower end characterised by lower limit of plants.
The layer through which there is an abrupt temperature gradient.
Open water region.
Volume of water where algal photosynthesis is (diurnally) greater than algal respiration.
Deeper, cooler layer of a stratified lake. Unmixed, respiration dominates.
Bottom of the lake where nothing grows.
Surface mixed (turbulent) layer in lakes that exhibit a vertical temperature stratification.
Limit of light and therefore photosynthesis and plant growth.

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