Models of Acoustic Wave Scattering at 0.2-10 kHz From Turbulence in Shallow Water
ROSENSTIEL SCHOOL OF MARINE AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE MIAMI FL DIV OF APPLIED MARINE PHYSICS
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Long term goals are to better understand the physics of acoustic wave propagation in turbulence. Long-term goals are to develop mathematical model of acoustic wave scattering in turbulence, observe acoustic wave scattering attenuation in turbulence, and compare model with observation. This scheme is also extended to internal wave. All the mechanisms involved in the process of scattering and attenuation will be observed and compared with theory.
- Physical and Dynamic Oceanography