2009

Infrasound Monitoring for Atmospheric Studies

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-9507-8 (Print) 978-1-4020-9508-5 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

  2. HISTORY, INSTRUMENTATION, NETWORK

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-27

      The Characteristics of Infrasound, its Propagation and Some Early History

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      Pages 29-75

      The IMS Infrasound Network: Design and Establishment of Infrasound Stations

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      Pages 77-118

      Monitoring the Earth’s Atmosphere with the Global IMS Infrasound Network

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      Pages 119-140

      Low-Noise Broadband Microbarometers

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      Pages 141-182

      A Review of Wind-Noise Reduction Methodologies

  3. SOURCES, OBSERVATIONS, AND PROPAGATION

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      Pages 186-186

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      Pages 185-234

      Worldwide Observations of Infrasonic Waves

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      Pages 235-248

      Infrasonic Observations of Open Ocean Swells in the Pacific: Deciphering the Song of the Sea

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      Pages 249-262

      Generation of Microbaroms by Deep-Ocean Hurricanes

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      Pages 263-279

      Acoustic-Gravity Waves from Earthquake Sources

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      Pages 281-304

      Seismic Waves from Atmospheric Sources and Atmospheric/Ionospheric Signatures of Seismic Waves

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      Pages 305-359

      Acoustic-Gravity Waves from Impulsive Sources in the Atmosphere

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      Pages 361-414

      Meteor Generated Infrasound: Theory and Observation

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      Pages 415-454

      High-latitude Observations of Infrasound from Alaska and Antarctica: Mountain Associated Waves and Geomagnetic/Auroral Infrasonic Signals

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      Pages 455-474

      Some Atmospheric Effects on Infrasound Signal Amplitudes

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      Pages 475-507

      Atmospheric Variability and Infrasound Monitoring

  4. PROPAGATION MODELING IN A REALISTIC ATMOSPHERE

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      Pages 510-510

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      Pages 511-540

      On the Prospects for Acoustic Sounding of the Fine Structure of the Middle Atmosphere

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      Pages 541-573

      Numerical Methods to Model Infrasonic Propagation Through Realistic Specifications of the Atmosphere

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      Pages 575-598

      Misty Picture: A Unique Experiment for the Interpretation of the Infrasound Propagation from Large Explosive Sources

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      Pages 599-625

      Ground Truth Events: Assessing the Capability of Infrasound Networks Using High Resolution Data Analyses

  5. ATMOSPHERIC INVESTIGATIONS FROM GLOBAL CONTINUOUS INFRASOUND MONITORING

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      Pages 628-628

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      Pages 629-646

      Contribution of Infrasound Monitoring for Atmospheric Remote Sensing

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