Low-Frequency, Long-Range Sound Propagation through a Fluctuating Ocean: Analysis and Theoretical Interpretation of Existing and Future NPAL Experimental Data

Abstract

Experimental and theoretical studies of low-frequency, long-range sound propagation through a fluctuating ocean are important for many practical problems, e.g. source detection and ranging, communication, and acoustic tomography. The coherence of low-frequency sound waves propagating over megameter distances diminishes noticeably due to sound scattering by… (More)

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