Inferring bubble populations in intertidal sediments from attenuation and scattering measurements

@inproceedings{Mantouka2009InferringBP,
  title={Inferring bubble populations in intertidal sediments from attenuation and scattering measurements},
  author={A. Mantouka and Tomothy G. Leighton and Angus I. Best and Justin K. Dix and Paul R. White},
  year={2009}
}
The presence of gas and gas bubbles, and their effects on the geoacoustic properties of sediments, have being the topics of many investigations. In the case of cohesive gassy sediments, the shape of the gas in the host medium has also been seen as important. In many cases the gas in muds appears to form cracks or take the form of oblate spheroids. However to make theory of the acoustic interactions tractable, they are often assumed to be spherical. In this paper, acoustic propagation and… CONTINUE READING

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