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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Using a combination of seismic oceanographic and physical oceanographic data acquired across the Faroe-Shetland Channel we present evidence of a turbidity layer that transports suspended sediment along the western boundary of the Channel. We focus on reflections observed on seismic data close to the sea-bed on the Faroese side of the Channel below 900 m. Forward modelling based on independent physical oceanographic data show that thermohaline structure does notdoi:10.5194/os-8-11-2012 fatcat:tjhtmwvi3fe6nl3x4z3zrdlcom