scattering layer


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scattering layer

n.
A concentrated, shifting layer of small to microscopic marine organisms that reflects and scatters sound waves, as from sonar. Also called deep scattering layer.
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Their travel pattern coincides with a phenomenon in the ocean known as the deep scattering layer.
In this method, a light scattering layer is added to the initial layer containing titanium dioxide nanoparticles.
We wanted to determine the geometry for the scattering layer that would give us optimal performance," Sun said.
London, January 27 ( ANI ): A geometrically-patterned light scattering layer designed by McCormick researchers could make solar cells more efficient and less expensive.
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Yet many whales, dolphins, seals, sea turtles, sharks, manta rays, billfish, and smaller predatory fish are nocturnal hunters, dependent on the mysterious movements of a vast community of organisms known as the deep scattering layer, or DSL.
This amended model can be used only if the scattering layer is the uppermost pigmented layer in the multilayer composite coating.
The 'tails' of the curve 2 show fine-period oscillations, indicating the existence of the coherently scattering layer with the thickness [L.
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ABSTRACT The sonic scattering layer (SSL) or deep scattering layer (DSL) of the eastern Arabian Sea of India is found in depths between surfaces to 750 m with varying thicknesses and in multiple layers.