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ther•mo•cline



Pronunciation: (thûr'mu-klīn"), [key]
n.
a layer of water in an ocean or certain lakes, where the temperature gradient is greater than that of the warmer layer above and the colder layer below. Cf. epilimnion, hypolimnion.

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thermochemistrythermocoagulation

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