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New frontiers for underwater acoustic modeling

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1 Author(s)
Etter, P.C. ; Electron. Syst., Northrop Grumman Corp., Baltimore, MD, USA

Changes in the ocean soundscape have been driven by anthropogenic activity (e.g. naval-sonar systems, seismic-exploration activity, maritime shipping and windfarm development) and by natural factors (e.g. climate change and ocean acidification). New regulatory initiatives have placed additional restrictions on uses of sound in the ocean: mitigation of marine-mammal endangerment is now an integral consideration in acoustic-system design and operation. Modeling tools traditionally used in underwater acoustics have undergone a necessary transformation to respond to the rapidly changing requirements imposed by this new soundscape. Advanced modeling techniques now include forward and inverse applications, integrated-modeling approaches, non-intrusive measurements and novel processing methods.

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Oceans, 2012

Date of Conference:

14-19 Oct. 2012