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Título: Acoustic sensing techniques for the shallow water environment: inversion methods and experiments
Autor: Caiti, A.
Chapman, Ross
Hermand, J. P.
Jesus, S. M.
Data: 2006
Editora: Springer
Citação: A. CAITI, N. ROSS CHAPMAN, J.-P. HERMAND and S.M. JESUS (Eds.), Acoustic Sensing Techniques for the Shallow Water Environment - Inversion Methods and Experiments, Springer.
Resumo: This volume contains the collection of papers from the second workshop on Experimental Acoustic Inversion Techniques for Exploration of the Shallow Water Environment. The workshop theme followed the original concept of the first workshop, held in Carvoeiro, Portugal, in 1999, i.e., to focus on experiments and experimental techniques for acoustic sensing in the shallow ocean. More than forty leading international scientists were invited to meet in the picturesque town of St. Angelo on the island of Ischia, in June 2004, to discuss progress in the application of new experimental techniques for exploration and assessment of shallow water environments. Acoustic techniques provide the most effective means for remote sensing of ocean and sea floor processes, and for probing the structure beneath the sea floor. No other energy propagates as efficiently in the ocean: radio waves and visible light are severely limited in range because the ocean is a highly conductive medium. However, sound from breaking waves and coastal shipping can be heard throughout the ocean, and marine mammals communicate acoustically over basin scale distances.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/5180
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-4386-4
ISBN: 10 1-4020-4372-4
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