Report on the workshop: Application of ocean acoustic remote sensing to climate monitoring held in Boulder, Colorado on June 7-8, 1990.
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Report on the workshop: Application of ocean acoustic remote sensing to climate monitoring held in Boulder, Colorado on June 7-8, 1990.
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Report on the workshop: Application of ocean acoustic remote sensing to climate monitoring held in Boulder, Colorado on June 7-8, 1990.
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    The focus of the workshop is on acoustic propagation modeling and experiment simulation. Broader questions are discussed as well, including climatic needs for monitoring ocean variability and the suitability of ocean acoustics for doing so. The workshop was structured around five "Discussion Topics" and associated scientific questions, which were distributed with the workshop invitation and were designed to stimulate discussion. The two days of discussion were divided into five sessions, each moderated by a discussion leader. The principal discussion results and conclusions are given. The "Discussion Topics" are as follows: Relevance to climate studies; The Heard Island project; Propagation modeling-Theory; Interpreting acoustic measurements; Experiment simulation.
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