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Introduction

Lake can be defined as the area of water bodies that are surrounded by a land, most of them are fresh water bodies. They depend on rivers and rainfall to support them with water while other also depends on ground water. Most of the lake develops in the area with alkaline soil that can hold water for long time without infiltrating.1

Development of lakes some lakes develop natural, due to the availability of water and the support of the soil. Area with alkaline from volcanic eruption can be good in the development of lake. Some develop from the sediment deposition from the tributaries. But in most research it was suggested that they are formed from glacial action and volcanic activities.2, 3