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deep scaterring layer (DSL)
(English) A more or less well defined layer present in most oceanic waters which reflects sound from echosounding equipment; produced by stratified populations of organisms which scatter sound waves and are recorded on an echo-sounder as a horizontal layer; false bottom.

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