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  • As shallow water is approached via a steep lake-bottom slope, increased mixing of heat is indicated by the presence of a highly “stepped” temperature profile. This mixing activity operates over a wide range of vertical scales.
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  • Caldwell, D. R., Brubaker, J. M., & Neal, V. T. (1978). Thermal microstructure on a lake slope. Limnology and Oceanography, 23(2), 372-374.
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  • National Science Foundation grants DES75-10616 and OCE77-08391.
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