Geoacoustic inversions using combustive sound source data from shallow water-2006 experiment
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Combustive Sound Source (CSS) data collected on Single Hydrophone Receiving Units (SHRU), in water depths ranging from 65 m to 110 m, during the Shallow Water 2006 experiment clearly show modal dispersion effects and are suitable for modal geoacoustic inversions. CSS shots were set off at 26 m depth in 100 m of water. The inversions performed are based on an iterative scheme using dispersion-based short time Fourier transform in which each time-frequency tiling is adaptively rotated in the time-frequency plane, depending on the local wave dispersion. Results of the inversions are found to compare favorably to local core data. ©2009 IEEE.
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2009 International Symposium on Ocean Electronics, SYMPOL 2009
Potty, Gopu R., and James H. Miller. "Geoacoustic inversions using combustive sound source data from shallow water-2006 experiment." 2009 International Symposium on Ocean Electronics, SYMPOL 2009 (2009): 100-105. doi: 10.1109/SYMPOL.2009.5664154.