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Les Hatton

2004l

Incorporating marine mammal hearing sensitivity into a high-grade airgun modelling package (presentation)

PETEX 2004, November 2004, LondonPETEX_2004.pdf

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Introduces the basic units used to measure sound intensity in marine environments and then goes on to discuss how mammals hear. The paper then shows results of modelling the radiated sound field compared against the results of a high quality experiment. The modelled result agrees very well with the experiment out to 25kHz., the limit measured in the experiment enabling the effects of modern airgun arrays on marine mammal life to be simulated in the computer.None yet8

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