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Marine Acoustics

Direct and Inverse Problems
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Oceanography (seas), Sound, vibration & waves (acoustics), Science/Mathematics, Acoustics & Sound, Science, Technology & Industrial Arts, Mathematics / General, General, Underwater acou
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ISBN 100898715474
ISBN 139780898715477

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