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Commentary - Journal of Industrial and Environmental Chemistry (2021) Volume 5, Issue 4

A simple study on lacustrine ecosystem

A Lake environment or lacustrine environment includes biotic (living) vegetation, animals, and micro-organisms, in addition to abiotic (non-dwelling) bodily and chemical interactions. Lake ecosystems are a high instance of lentic ecosystems (lentic refers to desk-bound or exceedingly nonetheless freshwater, from the Latin lentus, this means that "sluggish"), which encompass ponds, lakes, and wetlands, and lots of this article applies to lentic ecosystems in standard. Lentic ecosystems can be compared with lotic ecosystems, which contain flowing terrestrial waters inclusive of rivers and streams. Together, these ecosystems are examples of freshwater ecosystems [1].

Author(s): Dominic Cooper*, Wenyi Yi

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