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Document title

The Flushing Time Based on Underground Supply in the Upper-Most Located Łeczna-Włodawa Lakes

Authors(s) and Affiliation(s)

Ferencz Beata ; Dawidek Jarosław ;

  • Departament of Landscape Ecology and Nature Conservation, University of Life Sciences
  • Department of Hydrology, University of Marie Curie-Skłodowska

Abstract

Flushing time (T[f]) is an important factor which determines the hydrological, ecological and chemical functioning of lakes. However, it has never been calculated on the basis of underground supply for Polish Lakes. Due to their high altitudes, the lakes in question constitute a distinctive group among the Łeczna-Włodawa Lakes. They are located in the borderland of the Cretaceous Chełm Hills (part of the Polish Uplands) and Polish Lowland. The quantity of the underground water supply was one of the key factors which make these lakes so distinctive. During periods of low precipitation, water shortages occurred in the lakes, especially Pniówno and Syczyńskie. The Łeczna-Włodawa Lakes are commonly distinguished, among other Polish water bodies, as super-passive due to their water flushing time (>10 years). However, the average flushing time of the water in lakes Tarnowskie, Chuteckie, Pniówno and Syczyńskie, based on the underground supply, amounted to 606, 211, 54 and 79 days, respectively. The territorial conditions (e.g. geologic structure of catchment areas or thickness of unsaturated and saturated zones) were the most important factors that determined seasonal fluctuations of the supply to the lakes.

Source

Article of periodic

published at : Scottish geographical journal / ISSN 1751-665X

Editor : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon - ROYAUME-UNI (1999)

Millesime : 2014, vol. 130, no4 [pp. 243-251]
Published in 20141002

Bibliographic references : 29

Language

Anglais

Digital Object Identifier

Go to electronic document thanks to its DOI : 10.1080/14702541.2014.890244

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