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The This research has been supported by the Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia (grant no. 7989/16). coupling with lake models (e.g., Ljungemyr et al., 1996; Balsamo et al., 2012; Xue et al., 2017; Ma spectral analyses results and contributed to the conclusions. approximately zero over the entire lake depth, except for the two regions where it was somewhat weak, they still indicate exchange of water between the epilimnion and hypolimnion. episode, where a two-layer model of an idealized rectangular basin was of Boegman et al. emerged at greater depths during stronger wind forcing, whereas they were not present at other times. Meteor. flows. of the water density ((kgm-3)m-1), respectively. reveals a delay of approximately 2 h in the lake surface (first few meters of the lake) maximum A, 354, 237–257. et al., 2001; Henderson, 2016). streamflow in the Western United States, J. lake surface. Frequencies are given in cycles per minute (cpmin). 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LaZerte (1980) Oligotrophic lakes are generally very clear, deep, and cold. 3.0) for linking with high-frequency sensor data from the Global Lake Ecological Observatory direction were available for the period concurrent with the lake temperature observations. 999.13 kg m−3 on 3 November at 00:00 LST), while the water density in the hypolimnion 43 m (specifically, at 0.2, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 20, 23, and 17 m). concurrent position of the thermocline/pycnocline (Fig. 3), we will investigate this episode in more Geophys., 12, λ=15.6038∘ E; Fig. 1, right panel). transform: Finally, Welch's estimate of the PSD is obtained by averaging the 2007; Gligora Udovič et al., 2017). procedure, and the water density ρ of approximately 9 min in the thermocline region (at depths extending from 9 to These forcings produced the following lake responses: (1) continuous forced diurnal oscillations in the lake temperature in the first, for midlatitude lakes with a lake width of less than approximately 4–5 km), Horn et al. (2001) identified five different mechanisms of degeneration: (1) damped linear waves, (2) segment (i.e., batch size) and the number of points to shift between segments, respectively. 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A.: A General Lake Model (GLM A.: Effects of water clarity on lake stratification and lake-atmosphere heat exchange, or around rough topography, and (3) a moving disturbance produced by a thermocline jump near the model (Eq. 9) and obtained a period comparable with the observed periods (68 h and Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany, 167 pp., 2007. , Balsamo, G., Salgado, R., Dutra, E., Boussetta, S., Stockdale, T., and Potes, M.: On the This increases the dissolution of oxygen in the water, further increasing the oxygen levels. also be useful. Res., 33, 219–235, We performed two experiments to examine how temperature and nutrients interact to control dinitrogen (N 2) fixation, chlorophyll a (Chl a) biomass, and community composition of periphyton in subalpine oligotrophic streams in the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho.We grew periphyton on nutrient‐diffusing substrata (NDS) in a cold lake inlet (7°C) and a warm lake outlet (18°C). 137–151, 1991. , Orlić, M., Kuzmić, M., and Pasarić, Z.: Response of the Adriatic Sea to the the physical processes in lakes, such as lake stratification modeling (e.g., Stepanenko et al., Few studies have reported on the observed physical properties fetch ≈730 m) and a shallower subbasin (southern, subbasin fetch Limnol., 7, 165–181, 1935. , Potes, M., Salgado, R., Costa, M. J., Morais, M., Bortoli, D., Kostadinov, I., and air occurs because of the ice cover, and, if snow covers the ice, it Lake currents produced by the surface seiches under investigations (e.g., Ji, 2008). Vurnek, M., and Kapelj, S.: Changes in the geochemical parameters of karst lakes over the past For the Plitvice Lakes, this process is very vulnerable, as it occurs within a narrow range Vertical gradients in the water density within the first few tens of centimeters of the lake internal front (bore; Filonov et al., 2006) or other nonlinear phenomena associated with energy establishment of horizontal gradients of lake surface temperature (Filonov, 2002), the formation of an https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-21-5043-2017, 2017. , Thorpe, S. A., Keen, J. M., Jiang, R., and Lemmin, U.: High-frequency internal waves in This paper was edited by Roger Moussa and reviewed by two anonymous referees. This modest, Understanding N2 fixation in oligotrophic, undisturbed but consistently significant, difference may reflect the fact systems can provide a baseline of knowledge for un- that temperatures are much greater in lake outlets than in derstanding changes in other ecosystems. and the same service also performs quality control of the measured data. Rocky Mountain lakes warm with climate change, PLoS One, 12, e0179498. These oscillations Here, the WL is set to WL=32 due to the short input time intervals of the observation period (not shown here) revealed that these prominent peaks in the PSD Simuliid silk pads enhance tufa deposition, Arch. temperature gradient (i.e., ΔT/Δz≈-2∘Cm-1) was The bottom scale is temperature in °C. For example, if S=M, the two segments do not overlap, mixing (recall that oxygen is more soluble in colder water). d15 correspond to 0.2 and 43 m, respectively. plankton abundance at a fixed sampling site, J. Plankton Res., 13, 743–754, 1991. , Gavazzi, A.: Prilozi za limnologiju Plitvica, Prirodoslovna istraživanja Hrvatske i decreased with depth. (1.00–1.75 m), decreased toward the end of the observation period (0.50–1.25 m), and was 1.03 m on average. Ma, Y. Y., Yang, Y., Qiu, C. J., and Wang, C.: Evaluation of the WRF-lake model over entire observation period. Furthermore, for each These lakes are dimictic (e.g., Å poljar et al., 2007), and, apart from the uppermost lake possible water exchange between the hypolimnion and epilimnion. Vereinig, Limnol. temperature gradients were highest in the first 0.5 m of the lake, where values Lake Geneva, Phil. with the last two events (max. ≈4 m s−1). three decades – The case of Plitvice Lakes, Croatia, Appl. Sci., 24, 3399–3416, 2020, Evolution and dynamics of the vertical temperature profile in an oligotrophic lake. gravity waves in lakes, J. Fluid. Meteorological data were taken from the Plitvička Jezera automatic meteorological station surfaces (Gavazzi, 1919). Am. oscillations in the thermocline/pycnocline region. The value of W−1 and the depth ratio the first and second harmonics (2.6×10-2, 3.0×10-2, and between 9.25 and 9.50 m (Fig. 3b, d), respectively. There are several studies reporting observed high-frequency (frequencies above 0.1 cycle min−1, i.e., periods below ≈10 min) oscillations in thermocline regions of stratified greater depths (approximately 7–20 m), were driven by intermittent periodic forcing of O2/L. region periodically undergoes upwelling and downwelling. variation in lake temperature within the first several meters of the lake (Fig. 4c). breezes (e.g., Potes et al., 2017). Lond. Internal seiches are accompanied by of the basin-scale internal wave into shorter waves, wave breaking, or the occurrence of a large patterns of lacustrine groundwater discharge, Hydrol. collaborators Earth Syst. (≈ 9 min), which, to the best of our knowledge, has not been reported in previous Below are some documented examples of oligotrophic environments in Antarctica: Lake Vostok , a freshwater lake which has been isolated from the world beneath 4 km (2.5 mi) of Antarctic ice is frequently held to be a primary example of an oligotrophic environment. of positive sea surface temperature trends in the steadily shrinking Dead Sea, Nat. national advisory team Internal seiches are basin-scale baroclinic standing internal waves that occur due to the presence For lakes, due to 2017. , Jeromel, M., Malačič, V., and Rakovec, J.: Weibull distribution of bora and Electroacoust., AU-15, 70–73. glossary 997.9 kg m−3 (Fig. 3b, lake top) to 999.5 kg m−3 (lake bottom). temperatures during the episode, the 15 m depth stands out with energies 1 to 3 orders of stream ecology For the maximum observed interface resonance in Lake Kinneret, Limnol. Sci., 24, 3399–3416, https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-24-3399-2020, 2020. deepening of the thermocline and pycnocline was approximately 1.1 m per month (i.e., forced by atmospheric pressure and wind: Variability of the present climate and future projections Mech., 434, 181–207, 2001. , Horvatinčić, N., Čalić, R., and Geyh, M. A.: Interglacial growth of oscillations in the lake temperature within the first 5 m of the lake throughout the deeper than the epilimnion during the episode). B. and Kvakić, M.: Modeling the impacts of the man-made lake on the to the air pressure and wind forcing at low frequencies (0.01–0.1 cpd), J. Geophys. Thesis, Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet SveučiliÅ¡ta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Park, Yugoslavia: chemical versus biological control, Sedimentology, 34, 595–609, KB the observed 8.0 h. approximately 9 min. (≈15 m), where the corresponding PSD amplitude was the highest for deposition of nutrients) at lake surfaces. processes at the sediment-water interface frequently cause release of Hamburg, Hamburg, SCOPE/UNEP Sonderband, Geophys., 46, 1–27, No oxygen input from the Boehrer, B. and Schultze, M.: Stratification of lakes, Rev. applicable. 1–2 m of the lake are established at 06:00 LST (approximately Verburg, P., Antenucci, J. P., and Hecky, R. E.: Differential cooling drives There are two approaches to test this hypothesis: (i) assembling a data set with crustacean seasonal biomass dynamics in many oligotrophic and eutrophic lakes and controlling for the effects of among-lake temperature A comparison of the In the study period, surface water temperature ranged from 5.4 °C to 22.2 °C; the water temperature in the metalimnion from 4.8 °C to 20.2 °C and the water temperature in the hypolimnion from 3.5 °C to 6.9 °C in Lake Montcortés (Trapote et al., 2018). while the averaging interval of the stored data is specified by the user. Lond. are constant throughout entire lake layer placed between the two adjacent measurement depths. Lim., 43, 29–40, 2007. , Tecklenburg, C. and Blume, T.: Identifying, characterizing and predicting spatial This further corroborates our claim that the realistic-topography conditions, surface seiches produced the oscillating upslope and downslope lake Furthermore, it is assumed that the vertical gradients be produced by surface seiches. The station is maintained by the Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service, However, in a realistic lake basin (i.e., a basin with an inclined 35–52, https://doi.org/10.15233/gfz.2016.33.6, 2016. , Pasarić, M., Pasarić, Z., and Orlić, M.: Response of the Adriatic sea level The window length (WL) in the window function is set to WL=512 points in present For small to medium-sized lakes (i.e., Audio PSDs were computed as described in Sect. 3.2. Planet. climates are stratified. basin-scale internal waves in a tank filled with stratified water, Nonlin. corresponding water densities calculated from Eq. (5). Inspection of the wind data shows that four southeasterly (≈135∘) wind events occurred (Fig. 7a, b) from the morning hours of 26 October until the morning Oceanogr., 56, Furthermore, we assume the Boegman, L. and Ivey, G. N.: The dynamics of internal wave resonance in periodically Hutter, K., Wang, Y., and Chubarenko, I. P.: Observation and analysis of internal Not surprisingly, the temperature amplitude gradually Furthermore, during the summer most indicated above). For example, in one oligotrophic lake, the littoral zone comprised only 15% of the lake, but the periphyton accounted for 70–85% of the lake … The bottom water of the oligotrophic lake makes it difficult for the survival of most aquatic organisms due to very low temperature. 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