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Circulation Models of Lakes and Inland Seas.
Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans.
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The pattern of surface circulation has been mapped for more than 40 lakes, marginal seas, estuaries, and lagoons. All are within the northern hemisphere, and all except one are known to have a counterclockwise pattern. This consistent pattern is attributed Cited by: The world's largest freshwater lake, based on area, is Lake Superior of North America (82, km2) while the deepest is Baikal Lake of Asia (max depth = m; mean depth m). Lakes and ponds.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Simons, T.J. (Theodore J.), Circulation models of lakes and inland seas. Ottawa: Dept.
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