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  • The adjective oligotrophic may be used to refer to environments that offer little to Oligotrophic environments include deep oceanic sediments, caves, glacial and polar ice,. — “Oligotroph - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Oligotrophic lakes generally host very little or no aquatic vegetation and are relatively Ecologists use the term oligotrophic to distinguish unproductive lakes, characterised by. — “Trophic state index - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • How is it that the lake can be oxygen-rich if little photosynthesis is taking place? The contents of the Oligotrophic lake page were merged into Trophic state index and it now redirects there. — “Talk:Oligotrophic lake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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