By Yann Martel
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Depths are recorded along transects that are usually no closer than 100 m, and may be considerably farther apart on large lakes. Therefore, the point of maximum depth may be missed, or small mounds or other irregularities on the lake bottom may not be recorded. In addition, the depths indicated on the map were recorded at the water level on the date of the survey. If the water level has changed since then, the depth must be adjusted accordingly. For lakes in the Atlas, the bathymetric maps constructed since about 1978 most accurately represent their bottom contours.
Chernozemic soils are usually excellent for agricultural production. Luvisolic soils develop on a wide variety of parent materials under mixed deciduous-coniferous forests. They are generally found in imperfectly-drained to moderately well-drained sites. Brunisolic soils develop on imperfectly drained to well-drained sites on various types of parent material. They develop under coniferous or deciduous forests. Regosolic soils occur in a wide variety of ecological conditions where natural disturbance has inhibited the development of soil horizons.
2 m; both are highly productive. Cooking Lake cannot sustain game fish populations, and Driedmeat Lake also winterkills frequently. On the other hand, lakes that have a deeper 18 Atlas of Alberta Lakes Figure 11. Sediments cover the lake bottom. Near shore, the lake bottom may be sandy or rocky. A. Mitchell. the surrounding land or settle from the air. Suspended sediment particles that are carried into the lake by streams quickly settle out once they reach the quiet water of the lake. Thus, the lake acts as a trap for soil particles, nutrients, organic material or pollutants originating in the watershed.
101 Letters to a Prime Minister: The Complete Letters to Stephen Harper by Yann Martel