Under-ice temperature and oxygen conditions in boreal lakes
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
- Article I: Pulkkanen M., Huttula T. & Salonen K. 2013. Thermal structure of an icecovered, deep boreal lake (Pääjärvi, southern Finland). Manuscript.
- Artikkeli II: Pulkkanen M. & Salonen K. 2013. Accumulation of low-oxygen water in deep waters of ice-covered lakes cooled below 4 °C. Inland Waters 3: 15-24. DOI: 10.5268/IW-3.1.514
- Article III: Pulkkanen M., Salmi P. & Salonen K. 2013. Under-ice circulation in a deep temperate lake. Manuscript.
- Article IV: Pulkkanen M. & Salonen K. 2013. Spatial development of under-ice mixing in a deep boreal lake. Manuscript.
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