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By J. Lynch, A. Fredricks, J. Colosi, G. Gawarkiewicz, A. Newhall, C.S. Chiu, M. Orr (auth.), Nicholas G. Pace, Finn B. Jensen (eds.)

The restricting impression of our surroundings on sonar has lengthy been regarded as an incredible problem to technology and know-how. because the niche shifts in the direction of the lit­ toral, environmental affects turn into dominant either in time and house. The manyfold demanding situations surround prediction, size, evaluation and adaptive responses to maximise the effectiveness of platforms. even if MCM and ASW actions are dom­ inated in numerous methods and scales by way of the surroundings, either battle components have needed to contemplate the considerably altering specifications posed by way of operations within the littoraL the elemental clinical matters thinking about constructing versions concerning acoustics to the surroundings are matched in hassle by means of the necessity for information for his or her validation and eventual useful use for prediction. oftentimes the necessity is for online variation of platforms to altering conditions when different wishes are for the Ionger time period making plans actions. This ebook and the hooked up full-color CD are the court cases of a convention organ­ ised by way of the SACLANT Undersea examine Centre, held at Villa Marigola, Lerici, Italy, on 16-20 September 2002. the elemental difficulties linked to environmental 1 variability and sonar have been explored at a prior SACLANTCEN convention in 1990. those difficulties haven't long gone away yet, at the one hand are exaggerated through the circulate to the littoral and nonetheless, are open to treatrnent in new ways in which advances in expertise and desktop energy allow.

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The in situ sound speed profilese were derived from the AXBT temperature profiles at drop site 21 shown in Figs. 5 and 6. The climatology profile, prepared as part of the ocean model project [1], is a simple depth average of a compilation of historical data. This approach yields a therrnocline that is much less pronounced than the in-situ profiles but is typical of climatology-based sound speed profiles often used operationally for sonar perforrnance prediction. The sound speedproflies used for the TL calculations are shown in Fig.

Slightly modified refraction in the water column may shift the point of contact with the bottom to a facet with different slope, so that differential adjustment of the eigenray path will not bring the retlected ray back to the desired direction. With bottom roughness single 26 J. SELLSCHOPP ET AL. eigemays die and come to life much easier than with a smooth bottom (see Fig. 7). Because multipath arrival pattems become less stable, matched field processing is a challenging task in this environment.

The rapid passage of Michael across the Scotian Shelf is shown in the sequence of GOES East images in Fig. 2. Between 08:15 and 19:15 UTC on Oct. 19, 2000, Michael travelled about 1000 km with an average speed of 90 km/hr. Figure 2. Progression ofhurricane Michael across Scotian on Oct. 19, 2000. 2 D. HUTT, J. OSLER AND D. ELLIS Effect of Hurricane Michael on Test Area The GOES imagery show that the closest the center of the hurricane was to the Minimet buoy, moored at site 4, was 75-100 km to the southeast at approximately 16:00 UTC on Oct.

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