Sound scattering by several zooplankton groups. I. Experimental determination of dominant scattering mechanisms.

@article{Stanton1998SoundSB,
  title={Sound scattering by several zooplankton groups. I. Experimental determination of dominant scattering mechanisms.},
  author={Timothy K. Stanton and Dezhang Chu and Peter H. Wiebe and Lee V Martin and Rachel L Eastwood},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1998},
  volume={103 1},
  pages={225-35}
}
The acoustic scattering properties of live individual zooplankton from several gross anatomical groups have been investigated. The groups involve (1) euphausiids (Meganyctiphanes norvegica) whose bodies behave acoustically as a fluid material, (2) gastropods (Limacina retroversa) whose bodies include a hard elastic shell, and (3) siphonophores (Agalma okeni or elegans and Nanomia cara) whose bodies contain a gas inclusion (pneumatophore). The animals were collected from ocean waters off New… CONTINUE READING
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