The term chemically layered water is used to describe the stratification of a water column with different elements. This means the first 100 feet in a bay may be incredibly oxygen rich and perfect for most fish, the next 100 feet may contain more nitrogen and is more difficult for species to survive in, the deepest 100 feet may have no oxygen at all, and thus be poisonous for most species.
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