Lake definition

Lake means a body of standing inland surface water.
Lake means a lentic fresh waterbody with a relatively long water residence time and an open water area that is free from emergent vegetation under typical hydrologic and climatic conditions. Aquatic plants, as defined in subsection 62-340.200(1), F.A.C., may be present in the open water. Lakes do not include springs, wetlands, or streams (except portions of streams that exhibit lake-like characteristics, such as long water residence time, increased width, or predominance of biological taxa typically found in non-flowing conditions).
Lake means a natural or man-made impoundment of water with more than one acre of water surface area at the high water level.

Examples of Lake in a sentence

Its business office is located at 809 North 1500 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84116, (801) 596-1887, email business@pglaf.org.

Under the no action alternative, an updated master plan would not be approved for the Monroe Lake Project in the foreseeable future and there would be no comprehensive planning for the project.

FAO/FINNIDA Research for the Management of the Fisheries on Lake Tanganyika.

Under the no action alternative, an updated master plan would not be approved for the Monroe Lake Project in the foreseeable future and there would be no comprehensive planning for the Project.

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More Definitions of Lake

Lake means the Great Lakes and all natural and artificial inland lakes or impoundments that have definite banks, a bed, visible evidence of a continued occurrence of water, and a surface area of water that is equal to, or greater than, 1 acre. "Lake" does not include sediment basins and basins constructed for the sole purpose of storm water retention, cooling water, or treating polluted water.
Lake means an enclosed basin filled or partially filled with standing fresh water with a maximum depth greater than 15 feet. Lakes may have no inlet or outlet, an inlet or outlet, or both an inlet and outlet.
Lake means a body of water where the surface water is retained by either natural or artificial means and the natural flow of water is substantially impeded.
Lake means a body of standing water in a depression of land or expanded part of a stream, of twenty (20) acres or greater in total surface area, including reservoirs. A lake is bounded by the ordinary high water mark (OHWM), or where a stream enters the lake, the extension of the lake's OHWM within the stream.
Lake means an area permanently inundated by water in excess of two meters deep and greater than 20 acres in size measured at the ordinary high water mark.
Lake means a body of year-round standing open water.
Lake means the standing water level existing at any time within a lake basin. Unless posted otherwise, a stream flowing inside or within the high water mark is not considered part of the lake.