Potential effects of space shuttle sonic booms on the biota and geology of the California Channel Islands: synthesis of research and recommendations
Charles F. Cooper, Joseph R. Jehl, San Diego State University. Center for Marine Studies, Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute
Center for Marine Studies, San Diego State University, 1980 - Nature - 14 pages
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