Coastal and subcoastal non-floodplain sand lake—Perched
Coastal and subcoastal non-floodplain sand lake—Perched – Nutrient dynamics
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In general, coastal dune lakes are considered to be biologically quite unproductive, since their naturally low concentrations of essential plant nutrients support relatively few aquatic plants (including algae) and animals.
Factors that contribute to the nutrient status of a lake include:
Last updated: 22 March 2013
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Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (2013) Coastal and subcoastal non-floodplain sand lake—Perched – Nutrient dynamics, WetlandInfo website, accessed 13 May 2021. Available at: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/ecology/aquatic-ecosystems-natural/lacustrine/non-floodplain-perched-lake/nutrients.html