Holomictic lakes are lakes, which, at some time during the year, have a uniform temperature and density from top to bottom, allowing the lake waters to completely mix. Holomictic lakes are non-meromictic lakes.
Most lakes are holomictic; meromictic lakes are considered rare, although they may be more common than generally acknowledged.
See also 
- Lewis, William M., Jr. (1983). "A revised classification of lakes based on mixing". Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 40 (10): 1779–1787. doi:10.1139/f83-207.
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