The Handbook of Sidescan Sonar

Philippe Blondel, quot;The Handbook of Sidescan Sonarquot;
Springer | 2009 | ISBN: 3540426418 | 316 pages | File type: PDF | 11,4 mb
Sidescan sonar is the best tool to map the seafloor, but its data is often difficult to interpret. This is due to the physics of acoustic remote sensing, and to the varied geological processes at play. This book explains how to interpret sidescan sonar imagery and bathymetry. It shows the most recent advances, both in the technology and in the knowledge of marine structures, and provides a help to interpretation and decision-making.

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