STUDY OF SEASONAL ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF SEA WATER IN SELECTED WATERS OF THE SOUTHERN BALTIC
Climate Research of the globe is a current task, in particular to confirm the general hypothesis of global warming associated with an increase in average temperature. The sea acoustic climate is derived from the concept of climate and refers to the conditions of propagation of acoustic waves in a particular basin. In this paper, the results of systematic measurements of temperature, salinity and velocity distributions of sound in the area of the southern Baltic will be present. The focus will be on the results of extensive measurements carried out „in situ” in particular.
Keywords:sound propagation in sea water, acoustic climate of the Baltic Sea
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