The dynamics of different regimes in an ice covered inland lake with through-flow are discussed. A new theory for selective withdrawal is tested with success. The mixing of the entering river with lake water is estimated and it is found that the net volume flux increases with about 60% through the mixing. The flow in the main part of the lake is discussed and some measurements are presented.
- Received May 22, 1978.
- © IWA Publishing 1978