Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society
Volume 20 Issue 04

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Volume 20, No. 4
Pages 156 - 167


Shallow Water '06: A Joint Acoustic Propagation/Nonlinear Internal Wave Physics Experiment

By Dajun Tang, James N. Moum, James F. Lynch , Phil Abbot , Ross Chapman , Peter H. Dahl , Timothy F. Duda, Glen Gawarkiewicz , Scott Glenn, John A. Goff , Hans Graber, John Kemp , Andrew Maffei , Jonathan D. Nash, and Arthur Newhall  
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Since the end of the Cold War, the US Navy has had an increasing interest in continental shelves and slopes as operational areas. To work in such areas requires a good understanding of ocean acoustics, coastal physical oceanography, and, in the modern era, autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) operations.


Tang, D., J.N. Moum, J.F. Lynch, P. Abbot, R. Chapman, P.H. Dahl, T.F. Duda, G. Gawarkiewicz, S. Glenn, J.A. Goff, H. Graber, J. Kemp, A. Maffei, J.D. Nash, and A. Newhall. 2007. Shallow Water ‘06: A joint acoustic propagation/nonlinear internal wave physics experiment. Oceanography 20(4):156–167, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2007.16.

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