High Frequency Ocean Acoustics: High Frequency Ocean Acoustics Conference

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Michael B. Porter, Martin Siderius, William A. Kuperman
American Inst. of Physics, Dec 7, 2004 - Science - 550 pages
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All papers were peer-reviewed. Sound in the ocean is as fundamental as light in theatmosphere. The high-frequency acoustic band has been little studied in the past; however, new applications such as mine hunting, marine mammal tracking, and communications (the undersea internet) have generated tremendous interest. These peer-reviewed proceedings include 8 invited papers by leading experts in particular areas and collectively survey all aspects of current research in high-frequency acoustics.

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Empirical Predictions of Seafloor Properties Based on Remotely
HighFrequency Geoacoustic Inversion of Ambient Noise Data Using
Using Buried Directional Receivers in HighFrequency

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