Dictionary:Turbidity current

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(tur bid’ ∂ tē) A bottom-flowing current resulting from a fluid that has higher density because it contains suspended sediment. Turbidity currents are intermittent, but they possess considerable erosional power and transport appreciable volumes of sediment. See Bouma sequence.