Mar Chiquita is a large salt lake of international importance because of its biodiversity. Key findings include its eutrophic condition and occurrence of a marked spring nutrient turnover followed by a clear water summer, despite lack of thermal stratification. Instead, lake shallowness and the subtropical climate appear as the main driving factors.
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