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Meryl David
post Sep 13 2005, 05:33 PM
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I think that one of the lake is frozen because it has more salt than the other lake next to it and that it has less organisms living in it.
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post Sep 25 2005, 01:34 AM
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Hi Meryl,

That could be!

The lakes with ice on them tended to be larger and the smaller lakes were completely melted. So, I think it had to do with the the amount of water and the time it takes to heat it up.

Larger lakes are usually deeper as well, so have a large volume of water. This large volume of water takes a long time to heat up, so the ice doesn't melt as fast.

Smaller lakes are usually shallower, and heat up more quickly!

You could do a nice science project testing the idea!

Ms Pierce
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