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Intact sediment cores were taken from the deepest basins of 9 lakes in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand, to investigate the factors controlling silicon (Si) concentrations in sediment pore waters and the flux of Si to the overlying lake water. The lakes ranged in trophic state from oligotrophic to highly eutrophic. A Si vertical flux model simulated Si gradients in the pore water with high precision (r 2 > 0.95, p < 0.01) in lakes with no volcanic tephra layers or significant geothermaldoi:10.5268/iw-6.2.813 fatcat:ywtra4mfyjavzjvhn2lngtvdri