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Sound Scattering from Microbubble Distributions Near the Sea Surface

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Backscatter from the sea surface is thought to be governed by the roughness of the surface and subsurface bubble distributions. At low frequencies, due to the paucity of large bubbles, scattering results primarily from coherent and/or collective scatter from bubbles entrained by the subsurface vorticity or carried to depth by the Langmuir circulation and thermal convection. It is shown that scattering from compact regions is a function of the volume fraction of air and to first order can be d...

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University of Oxford
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MPLS
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Engineering Science
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Harris Manchester College
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Host title:
Ocean Reverberation
Publication date:
1993-03-01
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983516
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9789401049221
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2019-03-20

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