Low-Frequency Scattering from Heterogeneous Elastic Sea Beds


In many practical cases, description of acoustic propagation and reverberation in marine environment requires knowledge of two acoustic characteristics of the bottom: reflection loss and scattering strength. At present, GABIM (Geophysical Acoustic Bottom Interaction Model [1]) developed at APL-UW represents the most general code used for predicting and analysis of these characteristics for a wide variety of sea bed types. Note however that there are also cases where these two characteristics are not adequate descriptors, and therefore alternative approaches and models are needed.

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@inproceedings{Ivakin2013LowFrequencySF, title={Low-Frequency Scattering from Heterogeneous Elastic Sea Beds}, author={Anatoliy N . Ivakin}, year={2013} }