Synoptic Monthly Gridded and Ocean Modeled Data to Assess Submarine Vulnerability
Chu, Peter C.
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Understanding the ocean environment is imperative and directly coupled to the successful performance of undersea sensors and subsequent employment of undersea warfare weapon systems. In order to optimize the performance of undersea sensors and weapons systems, it is crucial to gain an understanding of the acoustic propagation in the ocean.
Peter Chu, Principal Investigator
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