Book Detail

Fundamentals of Acoustical Oceanography

Author(s)
: Herman Medwin
Clarence S. Clay
Edition
:
Call Number
: 551.46\'001\'53423 MED f
ISBN/ISSN
: 0-12-487570-X
Subject(s)
: Oceanography
Underwater Accoustic
Sea water-Acoustic properties
Clasification
: 551.46\'001\'53423 MED f
Series Title
:
GMD
: Buku
Language
: English
Publisher
: academic press limited
Publishing Year
: 1998
Publishing Place
: San Diego
Collation
: 712 hal; Illus; 25 cm
Specific Detail Info
:
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: No Attachment
Availibilty
: B003352.1   My Library   : Available
Fundamentals of Acoustical Oceanography an important reference for specialists in acoustics, oceanography, marine biology, and related fields. This book also encourages a new generation of scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs to apply the modern methods of acoustical physics to probe the unknown sea. The book is an authoritative, modern text with examples and exercises. It contains techniques to solve the direct problems, solutions of inverse problems, and an extensive bibliography from the earliest use of sound in the sea to present references. The book provides background to measure ocean parameters and processes, find life and objects in the sea, communicate underwater, and survey the boundaries of the sea. Fundamentals of Acoustical Oceanography explains principles of underwater sound propagation, and describes how both actively probing sonars and passively listening hydrophones can reveal what the eye cannot see over vast ranges of the turbid ocean. This book demonstrates how to use acoustical remote sensing, variations in sound transmission, in situ acoustical measurements, and computer and laboratory models to identify the physical and biological parameters and processes in the sea.

Fundamentals of Acoustical Oceanography an important reference for specialists in acoustics, oceanography, marine biology, and related fields. This book also encourages a new generation of scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs to apply the modern methods of acoustical physics to probe the unknown sea. The book is an authoritative, modern text with examples and exercises. It contains techniques to solve the direct problems, solutions of inverse problems, and an extensive bibliography from the earliest use of sound in the sea to present references. The book provides background to measure ocean parameters and processes, find life and objects in the sea, communicate underwater, and survey the boundaries of the sea. Fundamentals of Acoustical Oceanography explains principles of underwater sound propagation, and describes how both actively probing sonars and passively listening hydrophones can reveal what the eye cannot see over vast ranges of the turbid ocean. This book demonstrates how to use acoustical remote sensing, variations in sound transmission, in situ acoustical measurements, and computer and laboratory models to identify the physical and biological parameters and processes in the sea.

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