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layer depth effect
(english) The weakening of the sound beam owing to abnormal spreading as it passes from an isothermal or positive gradient to an underlying negative layer. (See also: acoustics, sonar, front)
effet de couche de profondeur
(french) Affaiblissement de l'intensité du son dû à une diffusion anormale pendant le passage du son d'un gradient isotherme ou positif à une couche négative sous-jacente. (See also: acoustics, sonar, front)
efeito de estrato
(portuguese) Enfraquecimento dum feixe sonoro quando atravessa uma isotérmica. (See also: acoustics, sonar, front)

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