The word "coulee" means a large drainage area, so it could refer to a lake formed in a coulee. It could also be referring to the Grand Coulee in Washington. I'd have to see the word used in context to see what they might have intended.
Well the answer to "which of the following types of lake is volcanic in origin" was coulee lake
took that same test haha
then perhaps you can help me with some other questions I had.
#45 orthograde oxygen profiles (???)
#48 mesothermal temperature curves. I know the answer was none of the above, but what exactly would a mesothermal temperature curve look like then?
#49i'm not sure what the (wrong) answer choices C and D (crenogenic and thereimictic) are
#53 my answer key says b but shouldn't it be a? if something is pervious shouldn't it have a higher hydraulic conductivity than something that is impervious?
#59 what measurements of phosphorus and chlorophyll approximately would make a lake oligotrophic, mesotrophic, or eutrophic?
#81 is a tarn the same as a "cirque lake"
and for 95 on do you know of any good sources on dams to learn about that stuff?
I know it's a lot but any help at all is greatly appreciated!