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What unit would you use to measure the amount of water in a lake? Liters. What unit would you use to measure the volume of a soda can? Millimeters. What is volume. Amount of space an object takes up. Thing with what cannot share the same space at the same time? Volume Water at rest; i.e., ponds, lakes, reservoirs, and in the soil, is measured in units of volume — gallon, cubic foot, acre-inch, and acre-foot. Cubic Foot - The volume of water that would be held in a container one foot wide by one foot long by one foot deep

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What unit would you use to measure the amount of water in a large bucket? Liter. What unit would you use to measure the amount of water in a graduated cylinder? Milliliter. Volume. The amount of space an object or substance takes up. Metric System. The system of measure used in science Still water is measured in volumes like litres and cubic meters. Sometimes, simple the height of liquid column is also a kind of measurement [if we are about to relate it to pressure]. But flow of water is always measured in rate, i.e, volumes per hour or second. 3.2K view What would you use to measure the liquid in a coffee cup? What is the appropriate unit of measurement for the amount of water in a lake? answer choices . L. mL. cm. m. Tags: Question 3 . SURVEY . 60 seconds . Adam was trying to see how much water his pool had in it. Should he measure the volume in milliliters or liters? answer choices. The discharge measurement Discharge is the volume of water moving down a stream or river per unit of time, commonly expressed in cubic feet per second or gallons per day. In general, river discharge is computed by multiplying the area of water in a channel cross section by the average velocity of the water in that cross section

The 1X solution means that it's the most concentrated solution you're using. In the dilution procedure, each cup initially has the same amount of pond water and no fertilizer. For example, take the dilution to 0.5X. Before you begin the dilution series, there is only 200 mL of pond water in the cup, and no fertilizer Which unit of measurement would you use to measure the amount of juice in a large container from the store? chem. the density of water is 1.00 g/mL. if your swimming pool holds 208,000 gallons of water, what is the weight of water in a filled swimming pool on tons? Math (check answers Volume is the measure of the 3-dimensional space occupied by matter, or enclosed by a surface, measured in cubic units. The SI unit of volume is the cubic meter (m 3), which is a derived unit.. Liter (L) is a special name for the cubic decimeter (dm 3).The symbol for the liter is uppercase letter ell (L) is preferred to avoid the risk of confusion between the lowercase letter ell. To measure the dissolved oxygen level of water with a meter, first manually adjust the meter to read zero. Next, connect the probe and turn the meter on for 15 minutes. Then, use the control knob to align the red line with the 31 degree Celsius line and set the central line to 0 The unit of measure conversion allows you to convert to a smaller or larger unit; for example, Dozens to Each, or Inches to Feet. Both UOMs must already exist in Fishbowl in order to create conversions. In the Unit of Measure module, double click the UOM you would like to create a conversion for. Now click on the conversions subtab

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Unit 11 USA Review. DRAFT. 7th grade. 0 times. Science. 0% average accuracy. The processing plant might use up all of the water in the lake, leaving the town with no water for irrigation. Measure the amount of phosphorus in a sample and send the data to a lab for analysis Information from the amount of total dissolved solids can be used to determine changes in water at different times of the year and can also be used to determine certain physiological effects on plants and animals. Procedure: Using a variety of water samples Learn to use the turbidity tube and/or the Secci disc to measure water transparenc A unit of capacity equal to 1 8 1 8 of a cup. One fluid ounce of water at 62°F weighs about one ounce. The amount of liquid medicine is often measured in fluid ounces

Measure the dimensions of the shape using units of feet. For circles, you want the diameter. For rectangles, you want the length and width. For a triangle, you want the width at its base and the height to the top point. Gain these measurements by consulting the area map and using the scale to estimate distances Q. Lake Huron is one of the five Great Lakes in North America. Which is the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of water in the lake? answer choices . cup. gallon. quart. pint. Tags: Question 4 . SURVEY . 900 seconds . Report an issue . Q. Choose the best unit for measurement

Tell students that they will measure an amount of liquid that is the metric unit called a liter (L) or a milliliter (mL). • To measure 1 liter of liquid, line up the top of the liquid with the 1-liter mark on the beaker Find the amount of liquid in the measuring cup. Each 100 mL isdivided into fourths,so the liquid is at the225 mL level. ANSWERThe measuring cup contains 225 milliliters of liquid. You can use the following benchmarks to estimate capacity

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1. Which unit would you use to measure the capacity of a juice box? a. milliliters b. liters 2. Which unit would you use to measure the capacity of a measuring cup? a. milliliters b. liters 3. Which unit would you use to measure the capacity of a wine glass? a. milliliters b. liters 4. Which unit would you use to measure the capacity of a. Q. Donna used the same amount of water to fill her water bottle every day. Which unit of measurement should Donna use to measure the amount of water in her water bottle? answer choice Which unit best describe the amount of soda in this container? answer choices . 2 fluid ounces. Which is an appropriate measure for the amount of water in an aquarium? answer choices . Feet. Gallons. Pounds. Which of these units of measurement would you use to measure the volume of a bathtub? answer choices . Feet. Cups. Gallons Dissolved oxygen (DO) is a measure of how much oxygen is dissolved in the water - the amount of oxygen available to living aquatic organisms. The amount of dissolved oxygen in a stream or lake can tell us a lot about its water quality A nephelometer is used to measure the scattered light at an angle of 90 and the results are reported in Nephelometric Turbidity Unit (NTU). The total suspended solids are measured by filtering and weighing the sample and are measured in milligrams of solids per liter of water

Metric Units of Capacity Choose the most appropriate unit to measure the capacity of each. Write L or mL. 1. water in a bathtub 2. perfume in a bottle 3. soup in a can 4. Number Sense Which will be less, the number of liters or the number of milliliters, of water in a pool? 5. Name something you might measure in liters. Amount of water in a lake 6 Conductivity is a measure of how well water can pass an electrical current. It is an indirect measure of the presence of inorganic dissolved solids such as chloride, nitrate, sulfate, phosphate, sodium, magnesium, calcium, iron and aluminum. The presence of these substances increases the conductivity of a body of water The drop in voltage is used to measure the resistance of the water, which is then converted to conductivity. Conductivity is reciprocal to resistance and is measured in the amount of conductance over a certain distance. The conductivity unit has been called mho because it is the inverse of ohm, the resistance unit Herein, which unit would be best to measure a swimming pool? The best unit would be 'meters' as it is the most common unit of measurement in the world.. Likewise, what tools are used in the metric system? When measuring the weight or mass of a small object, you can use a scale or a balance. You can use a scale to measure milligrams, centigrams, grams, and small numbers of kilograms

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  1. What metric unit would you use to measure the length of 1.a cell phone 2.a basketball court 3.a telephone pole What metric unit would you use to measure the mass of 1.a kitten 2.an orange 3.a bee 4.a horse . Math. Which unit would you use to measure the amount of juice in a glass? Gallons. Quarts. Pints. (MY ANSWER) Ounces. algebr
  2. Unless it's a large glass, I'd use ounces. Most glasses are 8-12 oz. Of course, those are fluid ounces. Plain ounces are a measure of weight, not volume. A fluid ounce is the volume occupied by one ounce of water.
  3. If you want to temperature profile the lake I suppose you could just lower the probe with the boat in neutral and look at your downrigger counter or even watch the cannonball on the sonar unit. We don't bother doing that on Big-O as the temperature profile over the same depth of water 1/4 mile to the east may be different than what you have.
  4. A unit for measuring the volume of water, is equal to the quantity of water required to cover 1 acre to a depth of 1 foot and is equal to 43,560 cubic feet or 325,851 gallons. The term is commonly used in measuring volumes of water used or stored. Anabranch. A diverging branch of a river which reenters the mainstream

What metric unit would you use to measure the length of 1.a cell phone 2.a basketball court 3.a telephone pole What metric unit would you use to measure the mass of 1.a kitten 2.an orange 3.a bee 4.a horse . Math. Which unit would you use to measure the amount of juice in a glass? Gallons. Quarts. Pints. (MY ANSWER) Ounces. scienc Since the scale is logarithmic, a drop in the pH by 1.0 unit is a 10-fold increase in acidity. So, a water sample with a pH of 5.0 is ten times as acidic as one with a pH of 6.0. pH 4.0 is 100 times as acidic as pH 6.0. Alkalinity is a measure of a river's buffering capacity, or its ability to neutralize acids. Alkaline compounds in the water. amount of water used per day. Not all activities that use water are listed. If you use water in an activity that is not listed, try to measure the amount of water you used or make an estimate of the amount. There are examples of activities and blank rows in the chart so that you can record other activities

If you divide the distance by the elapsed time, the result will be the rate of water loss (evaporation). To convert this evaporation rate in to gallons lost over a specific time period, you will need convert the measure into a volume. For example, if your measurement was in inches per day, simply divide that by 12 to convert it to feet per day SAMSFX Fly Fishing Water Thermometer 20-120 Fahrenheit/Celsius Easy to Rotate Lake Thermometer Anglers Vest Pack Tool Gear Accessories 4.3 out of 5 stars 185 $12.99 $ 12 . 99 $13.99 $13.9 as the volume of water that passes a cross-section of a river in a specified amount of time, while flow refers to the discharge rate, the instantaneous rate at which water passes a point. Refer to Tech Notes #3 (Meals and Dressing 2008) for guidance on appropriate ways to estimate or measure surface water flow for purpose

The rate of evaporation is defined as the amount of water evaporated from a unit surface area per unit of time. It can be expressed as the mass or volume of liquid water evaporated per area in unit of time, usually as the equivalent depth of liquid water evaporated per unit of time from the whole area. The unit of time is normally a day Nilometer: Ancient Structures Used to Measure the Level of River Nile since the quality of the year's harvest was used to determine the amount of tax to be paid. The Egyptians therefore began measuring the Nile's water level in order to predict the harvest. The previous water level can be seen in the walls. Photo credit

Or, maybe a low-pressure cell has been napping overhead, and your arm is hurting from holding that umbrella while you watch your basement fill up with water. Either way, you would like to know how much rain has fallen—how many gallons have come down from the skies onto your roof, yard, block, or town The US standard system is more accurate 0.015 meters = 15 millimeters 1.1 meters - 1 millimeter 2 meter = 1000 millimeters 0.515 meters = 0.000515 kilometers 1.1 meter = 1 centimeter what instrument did you use to weigh objects in the metric system lab scale in the metric system, the base unit of weight is the gram when comparing the.

Capacity is the amount of liquid (or other pourable substance) that an object can hold when it s full. When a liquid, such as milk, is being described in gallons or quarts, this is a measure of capacity. Understanding units of capacity can help you solve problems like this: Sven and Johanna were hosting a potluck dinner Capacity is the amount of liquid (or other pourable substance) that an object can hold when it's full. When a liquid, such as milk, is being described in gallons or quarts, this is a measure of capacity. Understanding units of capacity can help you solve problems like this: Sven and Johanna were hosting a potluck dinner Water transparancy This parameter indicates the amount of light that can penetrate into the water. Many algae can keep out of the light causing an increase of turbidity. A common method for measuring this parameter is a Secchi disk. The disc is being lowered into the water and the depth at which the disc is no longer visible, is a measure of.

Use this to measure salinity of soil or water. An electrical conductivity meter, or EC meter, is the only common device that can be used to measure the salinity of soil. It can also be used to measure the salinity of water, but a high-quality EC meter may be significantly more expensive than a refractometer or hydrometer How to Measure Your Pond If you are using an excessive amount of pond chemicals you will waste money and potentially harm your fish. Use the formulas below to calculate the size of your pond. Square/ Rectangular (Gallons): Multiply length x width x average water depth (feet) x 7.5. Example: 8' x 4' x 2' x 7.5' = 480 gallons . Square. Customary Units of Capacity - Day 1 Focus: The student will identify objects that hold about a cup, pint, quart, and gallon. Background for teachers: Capacity is the measure of the amount of liquid a container can hold. Different units can be used to estimate or measure capacity. The most appropriate unit

The power measure of these units is watts. Higher wattage gives better effectiveness, better speed of displaying readings and more usable depth. For shallower water, you can use a unit with lesser wattage. So if you plan on fishing in deep waters, for example in the Great lakes or salt water bodies, look for more powerful units You can measure liquid volume using metric units such as milliliter (mL) and liter (L). A dropper holds about 1 milliliter. A water bottle holds about 1 liter. Choose the unit you would use to measure how much liquid volume there will be when the container is filled. Write milliliter or liter. A plastic cup holds about 200 milliliters 23. Which of these units would be best to use to measure the amount of water in a test tube? a. Milliliters b. Meters c. Kilograms d. Seconds 24. Students must conduct an experiment in which they find out how long a rubber ball bounces before it comes to a stop. Which unit would be best for recording this information? a. Gram b. Degrees Celsiu To measure the volume of a rectangular box, we need to multiply the lengths as measured along the three coordinates: (1.4.1) V = x · y · z. We say, therefore, that volume has the dimensions of length-cubed: (1.4.2) d i m { V } = L 3. Thus the units of volume will be m 3 (in the SI) or cm 3, ft 3 (English), etc

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TIER 2. measure: to find out the size, length, or amount of something. TIER 3. centimeter: a small length, equal to 1/100 meter. meter: basic metric unit of length equal to about 39.37 inches. millimeter: a very small length, equal to 1/1000 meter. length: the measurement of something end to end. Math language routine mining water use--water use during quarrying rocks and extracting minerals from the land. municipal water system--a water system that has at least five service connections or which regularly serves 25 individuals for 60 days; also called a public water system. N. nephelometric turbidity unit (NTU)--unit of measure for the turbidity of water. Use benchmarks to choose the metric unit you would use to measure each. 5. mass of a grasshopper ___ 6. the amount of liquid a water bottle holds ___ 7. length of a soccer field ___ 8. length of a pencil ___ Metric Units milliliter liter gram kilogram centimeter meter kilometer foot Circle the better estimate. 9. mass of a chicken egg 50 grams.

You know the equation for photosynthesis from a previous lecture: 6 CO 2 + 6 H 2 O à sunlight à C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6 O 2. If we could place our plants in a closed system, and measure the depletion of CO 2 per unit time, or the generation of O 2, we would have a direct measure of primary production Salinity (/ s ə ˈ l ɪ n ɪ t i /) is the saltiness or amount of salt dissolved in a body of water, called saline water (see also soil salinity).It is usually measured in g/L or g/kg (grams of salt per liter/kilogram of water; the latter is dimensionless and equal to ‰). Salinity is an important factor in determining many aspects of the chemistry of natural waters and of biological. This method is used for the determination of the algal toxins, cylindrospermopsin and anatoxin-a, in finished drinking water. Method 545 requires the use of MS/MS in Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) mode to enhance selectivity Map of alkalinity in surface waters in the U.S. The map is based on alkalinity data from approximately 39,000 lake and stream sites and the associations of the data values with factors such as land use, physiography, geology, and soils.Data were acquired from a variety of sources including federal and state agencies, university researchers. and private corporations

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13 Answer s. Water meters in my neck of the woods measure Cubic Feet ( cf ). That converts to the 7.48 gallons per cf. That's what you are using. So that is 13725.8 gallons per month. The average person uses uses between 80-100 gallons a day. 3000 gallons per month per person. Your figure converts to 4.575 people The Trophic State Index (TSI) is a classification system designed to rate water bodies based on the amount of biological productivity they sustain. Although the term trophic index is commonly applied to lakes, any surface water body may be indexed. The TSI of a water body is rated on a scale from zero to one hundred. Under the TSI scale, water bodies may be defined as If you can weigh the bucket filled with water in kilograms, then weigh the bucket empty, and then subtract the empty weight from the full weight; at standard temperature and pressure, the volume of pure water in litres is numerically the same as i.. Non-SI Units. Strict adherence to SI units would require changing directions such as add 250 mL of water to a 1-L beaker to add 0.00025 cubic meters of water to an 0.001-m 3 container. Because of this, a number of units that are not strictly acceptable under the SI convention are still in use. Some of these non-SI units are given below Romans used bronze vessels with markings to measure liquids using the unit sextarius, equivalent to an imperial pint of 568 ml. Mercury is the only liquid metal. The thickness of a liquid is known as its viscosity. Liquids such as honey, melted chocolate and mayonnaise are more viscous than oil, water, and milk

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I would use a graduated cylinder to measure a certain amount of water in mL. Then I would use the balance to measure the mass of this amount of water in grams. Because 1 mL is the same as 1 cm3, the density is the number of grams divided by the number of mL of water How do you measure water in lakes and rivers? Environment Canada's Water Survey of Canada, along with many contributing agencies, presently measures the rate of flow (discharge) in rivers and records the levels of lakes and rivers at more than 2900 locations in Canada.. Water levels are read manually by gauge readers or continuously recorded either electronically or on graph paper or in.

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The metric system uses units such as meter, liter, and gram to measure length, liquid volume, and mass, just as the U.S. customary system uses feet, quarts, and ounces to measure these.. In addition to the difference in the basic units, the metric system is based on 10s, and different measures for length include kilometer, meter, decimeter, centimeter, and millimeter 3. What are the units for molarity? Moles per (divided by) liters 4. What units could be used to measure the velocity of a molecule of gas? Meters per second 5. What is the numerical value of a mole? 6.02X 10^23 atoms or molecules 6. A calorimeter is used to measure the amount of heat released in chemical reactions, what units are used? Joules.

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The chemical oxygen demand (COD) test is commonly used to indirectly measure the amount of organic compounds in water. Most applications of COD determine the amount of organic pollutants found in surface water (e.g. lakes and rivers) or wastewater, making COD a useful measure of water quality. It is expressed in milligrams per liter (mg/L. The solution is square feet. Centimeters is a linear measurement and cubic feet is used for volume. Since inches is too small a unit of measure, it is clear to see that square feet is the best choice. 11) If you were to measure the volume of an ice cube in your freezer, what would be a reasonable unit to use? A) cubic feet B) cubic miles C.

CDOM/FDOM is used to measure the relative amount of dissolved organic material (DOM) in the water. Although it is naturally occurring, human influence through aspects such as logging, agriculture, effluent discharge and wetland drainage can affect the levels of CDOM in freshwater and estuarine systems A science teacher needs to collect lake water for a lab she is teaching. The lab requires each student to use 4 fluid ounces of lake water. If 68 students are participating, how many pints of lake water will the teacher need to collect? _____ pints. Answer: 1 pint. Explanation: Find the total number of ounces the students use. s = 68 × 4 oz. Measure the distance from the boat's waterline, (where the side of the vessel meets the water) to the lowest part of the keel that you have identified. Record this number in feet or centimeters. You have measured the draft of your boat. This article was written by a professional writer, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point.

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Fill the sample cup or test tube with the water you are testing. Different kits will require different amounts of water but most range from 5-25 millilitres (0.34-1.69 US tbsp). The water must be completely clear in order to receive accurate results from a test kit For each item, state whether you would use linear, square, or cubic measure: 1. amount of carpeting needed in a room. 2. extension cord length. 3. amount of sand in a sandbox. 4. length of a curtain rod. 5. amount of flour in a canister. 6. size of the roof of a doghouse. Solution. 1 Measurement is to find a number that shows the amount of something. A measurement unit is a standard quantity used to express a physical quantity. Let us learn about the physical quantities and some of the standard units used to measure them. Length. Length describes how long a thing is from one end to the other. Metric Unit: US Standard Unit.

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TYPE OF USE UNIT OF MEASURE ERU per UNIT REF. CODE Warehouse (mixed use) 1000 SF 0.168 C06 Warehouse (homogenous, bulk storage use) 1000 SF 0.130 C07 Self-Service Storage 1000 SF 0.043 C08 Restaurant 1000 SF 1.788 C09 Fast Food Service 1000 SF 2.375 C10 Bar, Cocktail Lounge no longer a part of the schedule C1 Turbidity, as identified with a turbidity meter or sensor, is the measurement of water clarity. Turbidity water monitoring can detect suspended sediments, such as particles of clay, soil and silt, frequently enter the water from disturbed sites and affect water quality. Suspended sediments that can contain pollutants such as phosphorus, pesticides, or heavy metals • Water Science School HOME • Water Properties topics • Water Density. If you're still in school, you've probably heard this statement in your science class: Density is the mass per unit volume of a substance. On Earth, you can assume mass is the same as weight, if that makes it easier. If you're not still in school, then you probably forgot you ever even heard it The thermal energy content or heating value of crude oil depends on its composition, but generally averages about 6 million BTU per barrel, where a BTU (British Thermal Unit) is the amount of energy required to increase the temperature of one pound of water by 1°F. Thus, a barrel of oil that sells for $48 would provide energy at an equivalent. To measure how fast water percolates into the soil, you need to measure the time it takes for a specific amount of water to soak into a specific area of soil. The easiest way to do this is to get a length of cylindrical pipe that is sharp enough to push (or hammer) into the soil at one end. Mark it with two lines - one is the line to which you insert it into the soil, and the other is the.

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Turbidity refers to how clear the water is. The greater the amount of total suspended solids (TSS) in the water, the They are the units we use when we measure Turbidity. The term Secchi disk readings can be used to determine a lake's trophic status. Though trophic status is not related to any water quality standard, it is a mechanism. Hardness: 10 grains per gallon. Daily Water Use: 4 People X 75 Gallons per day = 300 gallons per day. Daily Softening Requirement = 10 grains per gallon X 300 gallons per day = 3000 grains per day. In the example above, the softener will be removing 3000 grains per day. A softener is usually sized to regenerate about once per week • the use of differing units of measure (e.g. pounds, gallons) requiring conversion to a common unit of measure in order to summarize the data for GPRA reporting. A workgroup was formed to examine the causes for concern and to suggest how the pollutant reduction measure and/or the procedures for reporting it could be modified to improve th For example, if you measure the pH of the creek behind your house and find that it is 5.5, you might think it is acidic. But a pH of 5.5 might be normal for that creek. If the pH or the turbidity of your creek begins to change, however, something may be happening (probably upstream) that is affecting water quality The Big Secret. The method for converting units comes right from one simple principle: Numbers with units, like 16.2 meters or 32 ft/sec², are treated exactly the same as coefficients with variables, like 16.2x or 32y/z².. Once you grasp this, you see at once why the laws of units work as they do

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Measurement is a number that describes the size or amount of something. You can measure many things like length, area, capacity, weight, temperature and time. In the United States, two main systems of measurement are used: the metric system and the U.S. customary measurement system.. In this section we will explore units for length, weight, and capacity, as well as solve problems that involve. Hydrology and geology. A high gradient indicates a steep slope and rapid flow of water (i.e. more ability to erode); where as a low gradient indicates a more nearly level stream bed and sluggishly moving water, that may be able to carry only small amounts of very fine sediment.High gradient streams tend to have steep, narrow V-shaped valleys, and are referred to as young streams Water Quality Tests: Dissolved Oxygen. This test is the most important of the nine water quality tests to measure water's ability to support plants and animals. There are many different factors that affect the amount of dissolved oxygen in water, the main one being temperature. As temperature rises, less gas will dissolve This is easy if you drink from a single bottle or two. Weigh your bottles before (That's X) and after (Y) and record the difference. 1 gram = 1 millilitre.* (Z) * If you use different measurement units, e.g. fl oz, you'll need to convert all values to litres (via Google!). Make sure all units are in kg or litres. 3 You probably wonder what type of measurement units are used, and the answer is - usually inches (millimeters) or liters per square meter. The rain gauge consists of two important parts: a collector funnel; mechanism to receive and measure the collected water; The interior of the rain gauge funnel has special coating to reduce the wetting of. Measuring Eutrophication. The gradual increase of lake productivity from oligotrophy to eutrophy is called lake aging or eutrophication. Lake eutrophication is a natural process resulting from the gradual accumulation of nutrients, increased productivity, and a slow filling in of the lake basin with accumulated sediments, silt, and muck