A Low-Frequency Parametric Research Tool for Ocean Acoustics
We conduct research in underwater sound for the primary purpose of supporting and advancing the state of the art in sonar. Efforts in oceanography and marine geophysics are considerably enhanced by this ultimate Naval motivation.
KeywordsMode Selection Nonlinear Acoustics Primary Frequency Ocean Acoustics Fixed Platform
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