Oceanographic and underwater acoustics research : conducted during the period 1 May 1966 - 31 October 1966
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, /
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This i s a status report for the period 1 May 1966 to 31 October 1966 for Contract Nonr - 4029 with the Office of Naval Research. Subjects of this contract are in Oceanic Acoustics, Physical Oceanography, Sea Floor Properties and Advisory Activities. Preliminary results of a cruise by CHAIN to the Mediterranean and the Red Sea during the summer of 1966 are given. Sound-velocity and temperature structure south of Bermuda as observed from ATLANTIS II (June, July 1966) are described. Continuing analysis of acoustical and geophysical data is discussed. Papers, reports, and technical memoranda written during this period are listed.
Suggested CitationWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution, /. (1967). Oceanographic and underwater acoustics research: conducted during the period 1 May 1966 - 31 October 1966. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/25244
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