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Homothermia or temperature equality describes the condition of a lake in which the same temperature prevails over the entire depth of the water body. In pleiomictic lakes this is usually only possible with full circulation in spring or autumn.

Individual evidence

  1. Jürgen Schwoerbel , Heinz Brendelberger : Introduction to Limnology. 9th edition 2005. Spectrum Akademischer Verlag, ISBN 978-3827414984 ; Page 37.