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Now the lake attains temperature uniformity from top to bottom. LET's Aeration Technologies ensure that proper mixing delivers guaranteed results that meet effluent limits. The water quality on the basis of physico-chemical characterisation of collected water samples revealed that the water lies in slightly alkaline range with average pH ranging from 7.6 to 8.7 (Table 1) with dominantly reducing conditions based on values of oxidation–reduction potential (ORP). Based on the results obtained, the shallow pond in DTU receives significantly high concentration of dissolved phosphate and it undergoes thermal stratification seasonally. volume 9, Article number: 139 (2019) 2017). The concentration of dissolved phosphate remains lower under oxidising conditions since binding of PO43− takes place with Fe3+ and Al3+ ions which forms an insoluble metal–phosphate complex under oxidising conditions, whereas under reducing conditions Fe3+ ions are reduced to Fe2+ which breaks the metal–phosphate complex resulting in remobilisation of phosphate in water (Haritash et al. However, the thermal stratification is disappeared and mixing condition However, the thermal stratification is disappeared and mixing condition happens in the reservoir by approaching the winter. The thermal stratification of lakes refers to a change in the temperature in the lake at different depths. Lake stratification is the tendency of lakes to form separate and distinct thermal layers during warm weather. A brief overview of characteristics of stratified water bodies is followed by … Enrichment of nutrients can lead hyper-eutrophication. Temperature and dissolved substances contribute to density difference in water (Boehrer and Schultze 2008; Mellios et al. Thermal (temperature—°C) and chemical (DO—mg/l) stratification in DTU pond during the study. The observed values of temperature and dissolved oxygen with respect to depth revealed that the pond remained stratified (weak to strong) during the study (Fig. Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. J Lake Reserv Manag 14(1):60–76, Carlson RE (1977) A trophic state index for lakes. Ecol Process 6:12. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13717-017-0079-3, Mellios N, Kofinas D, Laspidou C, Papadimitriou T (2015) Mathematical modeling of trophic state and nutrient flows of lake Karla using the PCLake model. PubMed Google Scholar. of Technology, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran. Email: Graduate Student, Dept. TKN (mg/l) was measured using Kjeldahl nitrogen estimation system. Blooms do not occur under complete mixing of the water column (Bormans et al. Home > Books > Inland Waters - Dynamics and Ecology [Working Title] Downloaded: 142. The Ilam reservoir with a capacity of 71 million cubic meters is one of the two main sources of drinking water in Ilam city. In this study, thermal stratification is correlated with wind-induced mixing and trophic state to see the effect of thermal stratification on eutrophication. When the strong thermal stratification is formed in the summer months, it could prevent or slow the exchange of water in the epilimnion and hypolimnion, which could induce water quality deterioration in the bottom because of anoxia in the hypolimnion. 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Haritash, You can also search for this author in The former can produce a mesotrophic condition while the latter needs excessive reaeration in order to decrease trophic levels and phosphorus concentration in the hypolimnion. thermal stratification and eutrophication: Oxygen depletion, Algal blooms • Groundwater. Baltica 23:13–24, Devi Prasad AG, Siddaraju P (2012) Carlson’s Trophic State Index for the assessment of trophic status of two lakes in Mandya district. The model was used to simulate the temperature and water quality parameters of the reservoir from 2013 to 2015. Results of the simulation of the present situation show the existence of thermal stratification during summer, which results in the qualitative stratification in the reservoir. Model calibration and validation were done from October 2013 to January 2015, and the results showed an appropriate convergence between the simulated and observed data. Water Qual Res J Can 47(3–4):227–237, Richardson LF (1926) Atmospheric diffusion shown on a distance-neighbour graph. Therefore, it becomes important to adopt effective interventions which result in reduction in import of phosphate and enhance its export, e.g. Simulation of thermal stratification and eutrophication of Taham dam reservoir using CE-QUAL-W2 model s: -QUALW2, Dam reservoir, Calibration. Based on temperature profile with depth, the pond was classified as stratified with temperature lapse more than 0.1 °C/m throughout the study. of Civil Engineering, Qom Univ. Our results show that global CO 2 budgetary assertions still lack information on tropical, marine-dominated estuarine systems, which are affected by thermal stratification and eutrophication and … The prevalence of reducing conditions in bottom layer resulted in solubilisation/mobilisation of phosphate in bottom layer. Such thermal stratification occurs because of the large differences in density (weight) between warm and cold waters. 2010). Carlson (1977) used algal biomass as key description for measuring the Trophic State Index because algal blooms are of concern to the public. Geophys Res Lett 35:1–5, Bormans M, Maier H, Burch M, Baker P (1997) Temperature stratification in the lower River Murray, Australia: implication for cyanobacterial bloom development. Seasonal Stratification and Eutrophication Characteristics of a Deep Reservoir, Longtan Reservoir in Subtropical Area of China . 1997). The model is Lagrange-type based on a one-dimensional DY namic Reservoir Simulation … of Technology, Qom 37195-1519, Iran. By Scott A. Warm monomictic: Lakes that circulate freely during the winter, having a stable thermal stratification during the summer. 2018). Int J Eng Res Technol 4:37–40, Haritash AK, Gaur S, Garg S (2016) Assessment of water quality and suitability analysis of River Ganga in Rishikesh, India. The redox potential of water varied from − 246 mV (February 15) to 137 mV (March 15) indicating dominantly reducing conditions. A sharp change of temperature from surface to bottom was observed during summer with the temperature difference of 8.1 °C in March and 6.5 °C in April; as against the difference of 1.4 °C in January and 2.1 °C in February. The establishment of thermal stratification was strongly related to the onset of DO depletion in the lower hypolimnion. Hydrobiologia 345:45–57, Pernica P, Wells M (2012) Frequency of episodic stratification in the near surface of lake Opeongo and other small lakes. Correspondence to Permanent stratification has decisive impact on redistribution of dissolved substances, in deep lakes complete mixing rarely occurs, and it leads to anoxic condition at bottom of the lake (Boehrer and Schultze 2008; Mellios et al. Although the Trophic State Index (TSI) due to phosphate was high, its CTSI values were lower than TSI-TP, indicating that eutrophication in the ecosystem is regulated by limited nitrogen and zooplanktons grazing. A lake is classified as stratified if the temperature difference of 0.2 °C/m or higher with depth is present near the surface of the water body (Pernica and Wells 2012). Wind-induced current was empirically calculated, for wind speeds between 100 and 500 cm/s “the wind factor (current speed/wind speed) decreased linearly with wind speed”. The samples were characterised for pH, oxidation–reduction potential (ORP), temperature, dissolved oxygen (DO), available phosphate (AP), total phosphate (TP), nitrogen (as nitrate and total Kjeldahl nitrogen TKN), calcium, magnesium, chlorophyll (Chl), Secchi depth (SD) as per standard methods in triplicates using analytical grade (AR) chemicals and ultrapure (type I) water. Significant difference between surface and bottom temperature confirmed the thermal stratification. The dissolved oxygen profile with depth confirmed that reducing conditions prevailed in the hypolimnion. Email: Assistant Professor, Dept. 2017). Materials and methods This study was carried out from January 15 to April 15 in a shallow pond located in the campus (28°44′58.55″N, 77° 0.6′46.75″E) of Delhi Technological University, Delhi. As per the literature available, a water body is classified as thermally stratified if dT/dz is greater than 0.1 °C/m. The model was used to simulate the temperature and water quality parameters of the reservoir from 2013 to 2015. Phosphorous which is generally recognized as the key nutrient for algal growth is an essential element to determine the fertility of ponds (Shah and Pandit 2012). The purpose of this study was to investigate thermal stratification and eutrophication in the Zayandeh Roud Dam reservoir located in the central part of Iran using the CE-QUAL-W2 two-dimensional model. Modeling Thermal Stratification Effects in Lakes and Reservoirs. Stratification creates water layers with different densities and physicochemical characteristics, which subsequently result in the heterogeneous distribution of algal population throughout the water column. Based on the physico-chemical characteristics, the water body was observed to be rich in phosphate and deficient of nitrogen. Fig. Moreover, chemical stratification in terms of DO concentration was also observed with significant low concentration of DO at bottom within the average depth of 1.8 m, indicating the strong stratification may have severe impact on bottom-dwelling aerobic organisms. chemical precipitation of phosphate followed by sediments dredging and/or promoting aquaculture and fish catch. Int J Geol Earth Environ Sci 2(2):257–265, Yang Y, Wang Y, Zhang Z, Wang W, Ren X, Gao Y, Liu S, Lee X (2018) Diurnal and seasonal variation of thermal stratification and vertical mixing in a shallow fresh water lake. The combined CTSI was observed to more than 100 (Table 3) in all the cases indicating that the pond is eutrophic throughout the study; CTSI value from the observation was found to be maximum in April (117) and minimum in March (113) due to low concentration of phosphate in water during March. 2016). Chemical stratification with respect to dissolved oxygen was also observed along the depth. According to (Pernica and Wells 2012), there will be little or no turbulent mixing for R < 0.25. Thermal stratification is an important natural phenomenon in aquatic systems, which interferes significantly with their physical and chemical structure, creating complex gradients or simply leading to increased heterogeneity of the water column. Seasonal behaviour of thermal stratification and trophic status in a sub-tropical Palustrine water body, $${\text{Chlorophyll}}\;{\text{`a'}}\left( {\text{mg/ml}} \right) = \left( {0.0127} \right) \times \left( {A663} \right)-\left( {0.00269} \right) \times \left( {A645} \right)$$, $${\text{Secchi disk:}}\quad {\text{TSI}}\left( {\text{SD}} \right) = 60 - 14.41\ln \left( {\text{SD}} \right)$$, $${\text{Chlorophyll a:}}\quad {\text{TSI}}\left( {\text{CHL}} \right) = 9.81\ln \left( {\text{Chl}} \right) + 30.6$$, $${\text{Total phosphorus:}}\quad {\text{TSI}}\left( {\text{TP}} \right) = 14.42\ln \left( {\text{TP}} \right) + 4.15$$, $${\text{CTSI}} = \left\{ {\left( {{\text{TSI}} - {\text{SD}}} \right) + \left( {{\text{TSI}} - {\text{Chl}}} \right) + \left( {{\text{TSI}} - {\text{TP}}} \right)} \right\}/3$$, $$R = {N^2}/{({\text{d}}u/{\text{d}}z)^2}$$, https://doi.org/10.1186/s13717-017-0079-3, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13201-019-1011-z. The TSI values of different parameters are given in Table 2. Turbulent mixing throughout the lagoon prevents the thermal stratification that leads to short circuiting and raw wastewater solids in the effluent, as indicated when TSS levels are too high. It is observed that TSI-TP has maximum value followed by TSI-Chl and TSI-SD. Limnol Oceanogr 22(2):361–369, Chubarenko I, Chubarenko B, Esiukova E, Baudler H (2010) Mixing by Langmuir circulation in shallow lagoons. The concentration of available and total phosphate was observed to be significantly high considering its potential (more than 1.0 mg/l) for eutrophication. A popular method for examining trophic state of a water body uses the Trophic State Index (TSI) developed by Carlson (1977) to determine Carlson Trophic State Index (CTSI). When the thermal stratification disappears, the nutrients at the bottom would reach the upper water body with the vertical mixing, which would induce algal growth, which would cause eutrophication … Trophic state is defined as the total weight of the biomass in a water body at a specific location and time (Devi Prasad and Siddaraju 2012). Near-surface stratification was found to be weak during April with minimum R value, because epilimnion gets completely mixed due to the high wind speed. Google Scholar, Balakrishnan S, Chelladurai G, Mohanraj J, Poongodi J (2017) Seasonal variations in physico-chemical characteristics of Tuticorin coastal waters, southeast coast of India. Applied Water Science Reducing the nutrient load on the lake may not be possible and alternative actions are required such as minimising or removing the magnifying effects of thermal stratification on the eutrophication process. Thermocline was found at approximately same depth of 3 °cm during the study. This process may result in oxygen depletion in the water body as a response to reduced photosynthesis and increased level of nutrients (Balakrishnan et al. 2015a, b). Results of the scenarios of reduction of the nutrients show that in the scenario of 50% reduction of the phosphorus and nitrogen loads into the … This may result in excessive algal growth upon overturning of the lake (when the thermal stratification breaks). J Meteorol Res 32:219–232. In this study, thermal stratification is correlated with wind-induced mixing and trophic state to see the effect of thermal stratification on eutrophication. 1998; Haritash et al. Abstract. Thermal stratification leads to reduction in turbulent mixing and accumulation of algal population in the surface layer. According to the qualitative criteria, the Ilam reservoir's state is between mesotrophic and eutrophic. Based on the simulated data, summer stratification in the Zayandeh Roud reservoir caused changes in water quality and anaerobic conditions of the hypolimnion. (6) is the vertical velocity shear. The temperature lapse was observed to be 0.8, 1.1, 4.4, and 3.0 during months January, February, March, and April of 2015 (Table 1), respectively. The average ORP varied from − 246 (February 15) to 137 mV (March 15). Chlorophyll was calculated by using following equation given by Arnon (1949). The concentration of available phosphate (orthophosphate phosphorus) during the study period ranged from a maximum of 9.4 ± 1.2 mg/L under reducing condition (ORP − 299 mV) in February to a minimum of 7.1 ± 0.9 mg/l under oxidising condition (ORP 137 mV) in March. We analysed 41 years of data (1968–2008) from Blelham Tarn, U.K., to determine the consequences of eutrophication and climate warming on hypolimnetic dissolved oxygen (DO). Although the wind velocity may be higher during summer, stronger thermal stratification can be formed due to temperature difference between upper layer and lower layer resulting in lower mixing of surface epilimnion, which may be a cause of concern if dissolved phosphate levels are high. The formulae for calculating the TSI values where SD is Secchi depth (m), Chl is chlorophyll (mg/m3), and TP is total phosphorus (mg/l) are as follows: The following equation can be used to compute the CTSI: Data of wind speed (u) of the study area were taken from the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) for the months of January 15 to April 15. Cold water is denser than warm water and the upper layer consists of water that is not as dense as the water in the lower layer. There were some spatial and temporal differences for trophic state index in the reservoir. Further analysis of this data, including calculation of Buoyancy frequency and Richardson number (R), is also included. The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest. of Civil Engineering, Qom Univ. Cultural eutrophication is a process that speeds up the rate of natural eutrophication by increasing the inflow rate of nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorous) into the water body. The present study was undertaken in a shallow pond ecosystem to study thermal stratification and trophic status over a period of 4 months (January–April, 2015) to understand the seasonal variations associated with. [Article in Chinese] Zhang L, Li QH, Huang GJ, Ou T, Li Y, Wu D, Zhou QL, Gao TJ. of Technology, Qom 37195-1519, Iran (corresponding author). The water body was classified as eutrophic throughout the study, and the details of water quality, thermal stratification, and the trophic status are discussed in the following sections. Starting from homogeneous conditions in winter, surface water is heated by radiation and contact with the atmosphere, and mixing usually driven by wind due to which, overturning was not found in the pond. nitrogen expressed as nitrate (mg/l) and TKN (mg/l); most of the nitrogen was present as ammoniacal or organic (as TKN) in the form relatively lower concentration of nitrate (from 1.1 to 6.9 mg/l) compared to ammoniacal nitrogen further strengthens the observation that the condition in the pond were chiefly reducing during the study. If there are two distinct layers in the same reservoir then thermal stratification of the reservoir occurs. Lake stratification is the separation of lakes into three layers. Part of Springer Nature. Int J Eng Res Technol 4(3):53–56, Haritash AK, Yadav A, Kataria A, Singh K, Mathur K, Goswami S (2015b) Seasonal assessment of trophic state of a Palustrine water body. The algal blooms have a number of adverse effects on water users, because algae can reduce dissolved oxygen, affect nutrient cycle produce toxins, and decrease aesthetic water quality (Brown et al. Figure 3.2.3 Biological, chemical and physical processes of eutrophication-driven coastal deoxygenation (modified from Downing et al., 1999). The reservoir eutrophication condition was investigated based on Carlson’s index, which indicated that the reservoir was in the eutrophic condition in most months of the year. thermal stratification, eutrophication, sediment yield, and reservoir sediment distribution and volume-weight. The trophic state indices for phosphate (TSI-TP), chlorophyll (TSI-Chl), and Secchi depth (TSI-SD) are used to arrive at an aggregated average referred to as Carlson’s Trophic State Index (CTSI). During stratification, algal … AWWA, WPCE, Washington, Arnon DI (1949) Copper enzymes in isolated chloroplasts, polyphenoxidase in beta vulgaris. In this study, both the factors were observed to play a significant role in keeping TSI-SD values less than the other parameters (Fig. The publication also describes the instrumentation used in such studies, some of which is new. 1. Since TSI-TP > TSI-Chl > TSI-SD, the transparency of water is not affected significantly limiting the effects of eutrophication. The authors acknowledge the help of DTU administration for providing necessary facilities to undertake the study. The pond has total area of 9468 m2 and average depth of 1.8 m. It receives wastewater from neighbouring residential colony and partially from a university hostel. At the time of thermal stratification, temperature changes This study was carried out from January 15 to April 15 in a shallow pond located in the campus (28°44′58.55″N, 77° 0.6′46.75″E) of Delhi Technological University, Delhi. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13201-019-1011-z, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13201-019-1011-z, Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips, Not logged in Lake Stratification and Mixing Many of our Illinois lakes and reservoirs are deep enough to stratify, or form "layers" of water with different temperatures. If temperature of surface water falls below the temperature of the underlying layer, the entire water body can overturn (Boehrer et al. 2). It results in reduced sunlight penetration, reduced photosynthesis, and low productivity of the lake (Haritash et al. For the present study, the wind factor was considered as 2% of wind speed (cm/s). This may also be attributed to zooplankton grazing and/or limitation of nitrogen. 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Many physical factors are responsible of the trophic state of water body; thermal stratification is one of them where density difference in the lake is primarily due to the temperature variation (Yang et al. The occurrence of stable stratification depends on the relative strengths of turbulent mixing and thermally induced density gradients (Richardson 1926). Eutrophication (from Greek eutrophos, "well-nourished"), dystrophication or hypertrophication, is the process by which a body of water becomes overly enriched with minerals and nutrients which induce excessive growth of algae. 1). This process may result in oxygen depletion of the water body after the bacterial degradation of the algae. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO 80523. The relative magnitudes of these two processes have been calculated by the non-dimensional ratio known as the Richardson number, R, expressed as: where buoyancy frequency N is define as N = ((g/ϱ) (dϱ/dz))1/2, g =acceleration due to gravity (9.81 m/s2), ϱ = density of fluid (water, kg/m3), u =velocity (m/s) and z=depth (m) (Pernica and Wells 2012). © 2021 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Microscopic view (100×) of Ceriodaphnia spp. In the present study, phosphate concentration was significantly high compared to the other nutrient, i.e. Sources of Groundwater Pollution. Lakes and ponds in temperate climates develop a thermal stratification due to lack of mixing of water as they are stagnant water bodies. The two are separated by a buffer zone called thermocline. [Seasonal stratification and eutrophication characteristics of a deep reservoir, Longtan Reservoir in subtropical area of China]. Variation of temperature with depth is described in Fig. At wind speeds above 500 cm/s, “the wind factor remained in the range of 1–3%” (George 1981). Proc R Soc Ser A 110:709–737, Shah JA, Pandit AK (2012) Physico-chemical characteristics of water in Wular lake—a Ramsar site in Kashmir Himalaya. present in the DTU pond. The purpose of this study was to investigate thermal stratification and eutrophication in the Zayandeh Roud Dam reservoir located in the central part of Iran using the CE-QUAL-W2 two-dimensional model. A. K. Haritash. Eutrophication. M.S. Anoxic hypolimnion was observed during the study. of Technology, Qom 37195-1519, Iran. Email: Assistant Professor, Dept. Singh, P., Bagrania, J. These two parts were connected by diffusion and the inputs … The total trophic state index value was calculated as 55.5- 58.07, with minimum value belonging to P/N and maximum value belonging to suspended solids for individual parameters. The pond was weakly to strongly thermally stratified throughout the study. Thermal and chemical stratification of water bodies has a strong bearing upon the water quality since it regulates mixing of nutrients/pollutants and affects the aquatic life in it. In order to achieve average water quality, the pond was divided into 09 grids, and a sample was collected from each grid to evaluate the spatial variations, if any. 2008). Milan Jain, Amarjeet Singh, Vikas Chandan, Portable+, … Denominator of Eq. Monomictic: Lakes that only circulate once during the year. Wells. Crossref . of Civil Engineering, Qom Univ. 2015). Appl Water Sci 7:1881–1886, Boehrer B, Schultze M (2008) Stratification of lakes. The higher value of TSI-TP compared to TSI-Chl indicated that zooplankton grazing or limitation of nitrogen plays a role in limiting eutrophication and algal growth. ABSTRACT: Increasing water demand and spread of water pollution through the development of agricultural, urban, industrial, and mineral activities have caused unfavorable conditions in many parts of the world, including Iran. The 2003 European heat wave due to climate warming increased thermal stratification and thermal stability, which resulted in extraordinary hypolimnetic oxygen depletion in Lake Zurich that was much greater than during the period of maximum eutrophication of the lake at the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s (Jankowski et al., 2006). Wind-driven mixing in epilimnion of deep lakes has been studied by Pernica and Wells (2012), and a positive correlation of wind-induced mixing with thermal stratification using gradient Richardson number is mentioned. 1. Increase in the orthophosphate concentration during highly reducing conditions has also been observed by Olila and Reddy (1997). The parameters like pH, temperature (°C), DO (mg/l), ORP (mV) were measured on the site using Orion make Star A329 model multiparameter meter, and SD (m) and total depth (meter) were also measured on site using Secchi disc and a graduated steel rod, respectively. 31talic numbers in parentheses refer to Literature Cited at end of publication. It is d ue to the change in density of water with change in temperature. The value of buoyancy frequency (N) and Richardson number (R) indicated complete and strong mixing in surface epilimnion due to the temperature, wind velocity, and current speed during the study with relatively stronger stratification and lower surface mixing during early summer (March–April). Eutrophication phenomena All artificial lakes from the temperate climate are affected by direct or inverse thermal stratification (fig.1). 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