Ping-through-the-hull 3.5 kHz echo-sounding systems on the research vessels CHAIN, ATLANTIS II, and KNORR
Knott, Sydney T.
Hess, Frederick R.
Witzell, Warren E.
Young, Earl M.
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This report documents the 3.5. kHz sounding systems currently in use on Woods Hole research vessels. To help others to install similar facilities, we discuss the history, installation technique, performance and calibrations of our various systems.
Suggested CitationKnott, S. T., Hess, F. R., Witzell, W. E., & Young, E. M. (1978). Ping-through-the-hull 3.5 kHz echo-sounding systems on the research vessels CHAIN, ATLANTIS II, and KNORR. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/10596
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