A fully global hydroacoustic monitoring system for the Comprehensive Nuclear‐Test‐Ban Treaty—Plans and progress

@article{Lawrence1998AFG,
  title={A fully global hydroacoustic monitoring system for the Comprehensive Nuclear‐Test‐Ban Treaty—Plans and progress},
  author={M. W. Lawrence and Marta Galindo Arranz},
  journal={Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1998},
  volume={103},
  pages={3028-3028}
}
The first ever fully global hydroacoustic monitoring system is being planned and implemented for use in the verification of a new international treaty, the Comprehensive Nuclear‐Test‐Ban Treaty (CTBT). This system will provide hydroacoustic monitoring of all the world’s oceans for 24 h a day, every day of the year, into the indefinite future. This unique resource will utilize two types of station. One type will be based on a hydrophone at the SOFAR axis depth, cabled back to shore. The other… Expand
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