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Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-189
... acquisition technique software latest technique sparker watergun underwater technology reflector sea bed noise seismic data upstream oil & gas signature frequency seismic picture racal survey resolution anomaly high frequency channel feature penetration spectrum...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-129
... spectrum and total energy. A new ocean-wave model is bemg mplemented at DN'MI (the Norwegian Meteoro1og;lcal Insti- tute). Ths model smulates the full two- h e n s i o n a l (direction/frequency) wave spec- trum, generated from successive wdfie lds over the N.E. Atlantic, North Sea and Norwe- gian Sea...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-121
... propagation wave model october 1983 wave spectrum equation forecast global wave model mean frequency wave height spectrum frequency spectral shape representation hasselmann wave field komen source function evolution whch resolution Activities of the WAM (Wave Modelling...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-157
... models, also s h o m g the grid point locations at which wave mformatlon is calculated. The theoretical basls of the wave model is the representation of the wave field as a spectrum, essentially the variance of the sea surface elevations that are present m a statistl- cally random fashon. The behavlour...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-217
...- based wmds, were used as input. Basically, the model consists of a discrete spectral portion (up to 0.19 Hz) through whch energy IS propagated and a non-propagating, hgh-frequency para- metric model (frequency > 0.19 Hz) whch handles all of the energy dissipation by forcing the tall of the spectrum...
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Paper presented at the Oceanology : Proceedings of an international conference, March 4–7, 1986
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v6-229
...SPEAR-F (a Wave Height Spectrum Buoy via ARGOS) and the Directional Wave Height Measuring Buoys at IFREMER G. Ayela, R. Ezraty, J. P. Hue and J. M. Coudeuzlle, Institut Fran~ais de Recherche pour 1'Exploritation de la Mer, BP 337, 29273 Brest Ckdex, France INTRODUCTION The need to measure wave...

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