Ice-covered Lake Onega: effects of radiation on convection and internal waves

@article{Bouffard2016IcecoveredLO,
  title={Ice-covered Lake Onega: effects of radiation on convection and internal waves},
  author={D. Bouffard and Roman Zdorovennov and Galina E. Zdorovennova and N. Pasche and Alfred W{\"u}est and Arkady Terzhevik},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2016},
  volume={780},
  pages={21-36}
}
Early-spring under-ice convection in the Petrozavodsk Bay of Lake Onega (Russia) was investigated as part of an interdisciplinary research project conducted during March 2015. Measurements performed using a thermistor chain and vertical profiling sensors were used to examine temperature dynamics in the convectively mixed and stratified layers of the lake. Radiative transfer through the ice was high leading to a large convective mixed layer (up to 20 m deep) during daytime. Convective velocity… CONTINUE READING

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