Modelling the acoustic effect of swimbladder compression in herring

@article{Grska2003ModellingTA,
  title={Modelling the acoustic effect of swimbladder compression in herring},
  author={N. G{\'o}rska and E. Ona},
  journal={Ices Journal of Marine Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={60},
  pages={548-554}
}
Summary Analytical expressions describing the fish-backscatteringcross-section, averaged over various geometrical and bio-acoustic parameters, have been obtained. Employing thesesolutions, the depth-dependence of the mean-backscatteringcross-section of herring has been analysed numerically.Sensitivity to the acoustic frequency, the fish tilt-angledistribution, and the contraction rates of the individualbladder dimensions have been investigated.Summarizing the results of the analysis, we can… Expand
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