Seamount effects on long range acoustic propagation in the West Pacific

Abstract

Acoustical oceanography depends highly on identification of eigen rays and accurate measurement of arrival times of the incoming rays. In particular, it is the case for the long-range propagation at the SOFAR (SOund Fixing and Ranging) channel. However, there are several candidates for disturbing the incoming wave trains such as internal waves, ocean… (More)

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@article{Tsuchiya2004SeamountEO, title={Seamount effects on long range acoustic propagation in the West Pacific}, author={Toshihiko Tsuchiya and J. Naoi and H. Saito and Takehito Kikuchi}, journal={Oceans '04 MTS/IEEE Techno-Ocean '04 (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37600)}, year={2004}, volume={4}, pages={2123-2128 Vol.4} }