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Experimental acoustic inversion methods for exploration of the shallow water environment
Caiti, A.; Hermand, J.-P.; Jesus, S.; Porter, M. (2000). Experimental acoustic inversion methods for exploration of the shallow water environment. Springer: Dordrecht. ISBN 978-0792363057. 308 pp.

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    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Caiti, A.
  • Hermand, J.-P., more
  • Jesus, S.
  • Porter, M.

Content
  • Hermand, J.-P.; Nascetti, P.; Cinelli, F. (2000). Inverse acoustical determination of photosynthetic oxygen productivity of Posidonia seagrass, in: Caiti, A. et al. Experimental acoustic inversion methods for exploration of the shallow water environment. pp. 125-144, more
  • Hermand, J.-P.; Boni, P.; Michelozzi, E.; Guerrini, P.; Agate, M.; Borruso, A.; D'Argenio, A.; Di Maio, D.; Lo Iacono, C.; Mancuso, M.; Scannavino, M. (2000). Geoacoustic inversion with drifting buoys: Enverse 1997-98 experiments, in: Caiti, A. et al. Experimental acoustic inversion methods for exploration of the shallow water environment. pp. 263-286, more

Abstract
    In recent years, research on acoustic remote sensing of the ocean has evolved considerably, especially in studying complex physical and biological processes in shallow water environments. To review the state of the art, an international workshop was held at Carvoeiro, Portugal, in March 1999, bringing together leading international researchers in the field. In contrast to much of the recent theoretical work, emphasis was placed on the experimental validation of the techniques. This volume, based on presentations at this workshop, summarizes a range of diverse and innovative applications. The invited contributions explore the use of acoustics to measure bottom properties and morphology, as well as to probe buried objects within the sediment. Within the water column, sound is applied to imaging of oceanographic features such as currents and tides or monitoring of marine life. Another key theme is the use of sound to solve geometric inverse problems for precise tracking of undersea vehicles. Audience: This volume should be useful both to the novice seeking an introduction to the field and to advanced researchers interested in the latest developments in acoustic sensing of the ocean environment. The workshop was sponsored by the Fundação para a Ciêcia e a Tecnologia (Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology).

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