publication . Conference object . Article . Other literature type . 2013

Monterey Bay ambient noise profiles using underwater gliders

Tarun K. Chandrayadula; Christopher W. Miller; John E. Joseph;
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  • Published: 02 Jun 2013
  • Publisher: Acoustical Society of America through the American Institute of Physics
The article of record as published may be found at In 2012, during two separate week-long deployments, underwater gliders outfitted with external hydrophones profiled the upper 100-200 m of the Monterey Bay. The environment contained various noises made by marine mammals, ships, winds, and earthquakes. Unlike hydrophone receivers moored to a fixed location, moving gliders measure noise variability across a wide terrain. However, underwater mobile systems have limitations such as instrument and flow noise, that are undesired. In order to estimate the system noise level, the hydrophones on the gliders had different gain settings...
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free text keywords: Acoustics and Ultrasonics, Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous), Acoustics, Ambient noise level, Environmental science, Hydrophone, Terrain, Spectrogram, Underwater, Underwater glider, Noise power, Glider
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