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Quantitative Modeling of Bottom Morphology and Subbottom Properties.
Final technical rept. Nov 89-May 93,
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE DEPT OF EARTH ATMOSPHERIC AND PLANETARYSCIENCES
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The objectives of this research were threefold 1 To provide the methodology needed to quantify the two-dimensional variations in bottom topography and three-dimensional variations in subbottom properties observed within the ARSRP Central Atlantic study area 2 To apply this methodology to geological data sets collected in the study area and 3 To use the resulting geological models to understand the bottom reverberations observed at long ranges across the study area and other parts of the deep ocean.
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