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Lake Mixing Module

By Cayelan Carey, Jen Klug, R. L. Fuller

Students explore spatial and temporal patterns of lake mixing using high-frequency temperature data from lakes around the world.

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Version 1.0 - published on 19 Nov 2019 doi:10.25334/QBBS-4V94 - cite this

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Stratified lakes exhibit vertical gradients in organisms, nutrients, and oxygen, which have important implications for ecosystem structure and functioning. Mixing disrupts these gradients by redistributing these materials throughout the water column. Consequently, it is critical to understand the drivers of lake mixing and thermal stratification, especially because of the sensitivity of lake thermal conditions to altered climate. In this module, students will explore spatial and temporal patterns of lake mixing using high-frequency temperature data from lakes around the world. They will also explore how increases in air temperature affect thermal stratification by interpreting output from a lake model. Project EDDIE modules are designed with an A-B-C structure to make them flexible and adaptable to a range of student levels and course structures.

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