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Hi, my name is Jordan and I'm from Raiford, Florida (USA). I am in 10th grade and have an assignment in my Biology class that I am hoping I can get some help with. I have to do a virtual field trip to a body of water and I have picked Loch Awe. I have (I think) figured out that the loch is not very salty because their are pike there and they are low salinity fish. But can't find anything to tell me if the loch freezes over during the winter. Also if anyone knows if there is any research on the effects of climate change to the loch. Thanks to anyone who can help me answer these questions!