Using warping processing to range bowhead whale sounds from a single receiver

@inproceedings{Bonnel2013UsingWP,
  title={Using warping processing to range bowhead whale sounds from a single receiver},
  author={J. Bonnel and A. Thode},
  year={2013}
}
In certain shallow water environments the acoustic propagation of low-frequency marine mammal calls can be well-modeled as a discrete set of normal modes. Each mode propagates with a different group velocity, and thus in principle the range of the call can be inferred by comparing relative arrival times of the modal arrivals. Traditionally, several time-synchronized hydrophones are required to spatially filter out individual modes in order to measure relative arrival times. In this presentation… Expand
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