Dissolved Oxygen in Lake Whatcom/Trend in the Depletion of Hypolimnetic Oxygen in Basin I 83-97
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|Description||Available data for dissolved oxygen in Basin I of Lake Whatcom was reviewed. The rate of depletion of dissolved oxygen in the hypolimnion was examined for 1983-1997. The hypolimnetic oxygen depletion rates were calculated for the June through mid-August periods of stratification for each year using volume-weighted average concentrations of dissolved oxygen.|
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|Keywords||Whatcom, lakes, basin, trend, water quality, lake, dissolved oxygen|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack|
Journal article: Determining trophic state in Lake Whatcom, Washington (USA), a soft water lake exhibiting seasonal nitrogen limitation. Hydrobiologia 468:107-121, 2002
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