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Interesting oncoming scientific event. Prague, June-July 2015

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Subject: Interesting oncoming scientific event. Prague, June-July 2015
From: Silvia Blanc <>
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2015 16:20:14 +0000

Dear colleague,

I am writing to you in my role of convenor of a joint IAPSO-IASPEI Symposium, namely, JP6 on: "Acoustical Oceanography", held at the 26th IUGG General Assembly 2015, Prague, Czech Republic, June 22-July 2, 2015.  (
Are you planning to attend this assembly?
We will pleased with your participation in the JP6 Symposium whose brief description you will find below. Please, submit your abstract before 31 January.
We would greatly appreciate if you re-send this information to colleagues potentially interested in these topics.
Best regards,
Silvia Blanc
Member of IAPSO Executive Committee
Underwater Sound Division -Head-
Argentinian Navy Research Office (DIIV)
UNIDEF (National Council of Scientific and Technical Research - Ministry of Defense).
Laprida 201.
(1638) Vicente López.
Buenos Aires. Argentina. 
JP6 Acoustical Oceanography (IAPSO, IASPEI)   
Co-conveners: Johannes Schweitzer, Oslo, Norway (IASPEI)
This symposium encourages oceanographers, acousticians and seismologists to present contributions with new results of research on topics related to acoustical oceanography in the broadest sense. Hydroacoustic waves are remarkable means of exploring ocean properties due to their ability to travel over long distances in the water with relatively low loss in energy, particularly within the SOFAR channel. They may be recorded with underwater sensors or as seismic waves on land following conversion at the shoreline. Organizers encourage the submission of abstracts covering all major topics on hydroacoustics, including: underwater sound propagation - measurements and modelling-; investigation of T-waves to understand submarine earthquake processes, to locate these earthquakes and to understand different oceanic processes such as internal waves and ice floes and icebergs; acoustic signal processing; fisheries acoustics; updated-measurement techniques; remote sensing applications; target modelling; volume reverberation; simulated, laboratory and at-sea experiments to evaluate acoustic parameters; geoacoustics and sediment characterization. The symposium will provide an excellent opportunity for students and young researchers as well as experienced ones to increase communication among scientists coming from different disciplines, enabling the exchange of relevant advances.


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