South China Sea Internal Tide/ Internal Waves
Orr, Marshall H.
Pasewark, Bruce H.
Wolf, Stephen N.
Lynch, James F.
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The temporal variability of the spatial coherence of an acoustic signal received on a bottomed horizontal array has been calculated for 276-Hz narrow-band signals. A conventional plane wave beamformer was applied to the received signals. The temporal variability of the arrayÂ’s omnipower, beam power, and array gain are related to variability in the sound.
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