thermocline


thermocline

In bodies of water, there are normally stratified layers of decreasing temperature with increased depth. Thermocline is the layer where the temperature starts to decrease rapidly, about one degree centigrade or more with each meter (3 feet) of depth. See also: epilimnion, thermal stratification.


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