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#5010 Tu Dong Pond, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh, Central Vietnam

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Viet Nam, Nam Trung Bo region, Binh Dinh province, Qui Nhon City

This stagnant pond is one of many permanent ponds found in the central part of Vietnam. The aquatic life here, in terms of animals and plants, is limited because these stagnant water bodies have no inflow or outflow.

Submitted by
Huỳnh Long Phi
GPS
13.8031969, 109.2075043
Geographical region
Southeastern Asia
Drainage Basin
Sông Hà Thanh (Ha Thanh River)
River catchment
Con Lạch Nhỏ (Small Creek)
Water body type
Pond
Water body name
Ao Nước Đọng (Stagnant pond)
Water body part
Marsh land
Water body course
Lower course
Water body: tributary of
Pond
Tributary name
Ao Nước Tù Đọng (Stagnant Pond)

Videos above and below water

Water Chemistry

Water information

Water type
Fresh water
Water color
Mixed water
Water transparency
Medium
Concentration of sediments
Low
Water temperature
28 °C
Water flow/curent
None

Chemical parameters

pH
7.0
Conductivity
35
GH
KH
Dissolved Oxygen
50 %

Substrate in nature

Sand
Grey
Pebble/Gravel
Orange
Stone
Brown
Stone form
Irregular
Silt/Mud
Grey
Leaves
Few
Driftwood
None
Submerged terrestrial vegetation
Yes

Aquatic Biotope

Date of collecting
February 10th, 2022
Collecting area
Shore line
Water depth
0,2m
Air temperature
32 °C
Sunlight
Full sun

Environment

Environment
Affected by human activity
Affected by human activity
Agriculture
Agriculture
Advanced
Surrounding area

Typical urban planning, brick and stone constructions shattered around.

Underwater landscape

The water is a bit dirty and there is a lot of rock around and there are fish hiding in the dry leaves and dirt.

Fishes:

  • Trichopsis vittata (Osphronemidae)

Aquatic vegetation:

  • Cyperus polystachyos (Cyperaceae)
Threats to ecology

Stagnant pond water cannot circulate, so it is not treated.

Riparian zone

Trees near the aquatic habitat
Few -