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Acoustic scattering from bubble clouds

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It is now a widely held view that bubble clouds produced by breaking waves can contribute significantly to sea-surface backscatter over a broad range of frequencies. At the higher sea states, rersearchers have observed near-surface scatterers which are spatially and temporally discrete and exhibit high target strengths at relatively low frequencies (<1 kHz). It is our contention that this scattering may be the result of high void fraction bubble clouds subme...

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University of Oxford
Division:
MPLS
Department:
Engineering Science
Oxford college:
Harris Manchester College
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Publisher:
University of Southampton Publisher's website
Host title:
Natural Physical Processes Associated with Sea Surface Sound
Publication date:
1997-03-03
Source identifiers:
982601
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uuid:12662411-8550-4b6e-8042-aca53a5c176e
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2019-03-14

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