Oc679  Acoustical Oceanography

This course will introduce the principles of using sound as a sampling tool and the applications of acoustics in a variety of marine disciplines. The course includes lectures, discussions, as well as assignments working with acoustic data. Readings for the course focus on primary literature supplemented by chapters from selected texts

Greg Wilson (7-4915) wilsongr@oregonstate.edu

Jim Moum (7-2553) moumj@oregonstate.edu

Winter 2019 / Tues/Thurs 10:00-11:20 / Strand 112

rough schedule W2019

 

Useful stuff

 

Lecture Notes - lecture files will be added after lectures

Lecture 1 / Introductory Material

Lecture 2 / Wave Physics

Lecture 3 / Sonar Equation

Lecture 4 / Waveguides

Lecture 6 / Waveguides 2

Lecture 8 / Scattering

Lecture 9 / Scattering II

Lecure 10 / Sources & Receivers

Lecture 11 / Calibration

Lecture 13 / Scattering+ ... Tomography ... Thermometry

Lecture 14 / Doppler Sonar

Lecture 17 / Surface Scattering

Lecture 17 / Ambient Noise / Martin Siderius

Lecture 18 / Ambient Noise

Lecture 20 / Permitting

 

Homework material

Assignments

Levitus data for Hmwk#2

Sound Speed transect for Hmwk#2 (sound speed min between about 600 - 1500 m)

Solution to Hmwk#3