The development of lakes

The development of lakes

How do lakes form and disappear?


Author: Jóri Johanna, Kissné Gera Ágnes, Vízvári Albertné



lake, lakes, still waters, basin, natural, artificial, Reedy marsh, fen, swamp, carved by ice, wind-blown, dam, backwater, descending, crater, reservoir, fish pond, oxbow, landslide, river bend, volcano, dry out, fills up, ice, wind, alluvion, water pollution, ditch, faulting, drinking water, nature study, nature, geography, drinking water supply, fish

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