Geoacoustic inversion using combustive sound source signals
Date of Original Version
Combustive sound source (CSS) data collected on single hydrophone receiving units, in water depths ranging from 65 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. © 2008 Acoustical Society of America.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Potty, Gopu R., James H. Miller, Preston S. Wilson, James F. Lynch, and Arthur Newhall. "Geoacoustic inversion using combustive sound source signals." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 124, 3 (2008). doi:10.1121/1.2960974.