Handbook of seafloor sonar imagery by Philippe Blondel

Cover of: Handbook of seafloor sonar imagery | Philippe Blondel

Published by Wiley published in association with Praxis Pub. in Chichester, [Eng.], New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Ocean bottom -- Remote sensing,
  • Sonar

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [279]-303) and index.

Book details

StatementPhilippe Blondel and Bramley J. Murton.
SeriesWiley-Praxis series in remote sensing
ContributionsMurton, B. J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGC87 .B47 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 314 p. :
Number of Pages314
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1007680M
ISBN 100471962171
LC Control Number96047603

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Handbook of Sea Floor Sonar Imagery will enable the end user with images of the sea floor, acquired by acoustic systems, to interpret them correctly. The major use of the book is interpretation of sonar through worked examples, and for new comers to sonar imagery there is reference to examples of terrain by: The sidescan sonar system used a 30 kHz sonar frequency on a vehicle towed to m above the sea-floor to generate images with 6 m along-track resolution (Blondel and Murton, ).

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DomackAuthor: Eugene W. Domack. TY - BOOK. T1 - Handbook of seafloor sonar imagery. AU - Blondel, P. AU - Murton, B. PY - /5/ Y1 - /5/ N2 - In recent years there have been advances in acoustic remote sensing and its applications.

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This book covers all the fundamentals of sidescan sonar, and goes on to explain how to interpret sidescan sonar imagery and bathymetry.

In particular, sidescan sonar is proving to be the preeminent technique, but its data is often difficult to interpret due to the physics of acoustic remote sensing, and to the varied geological processes at play. This handbook not only presents all the fundamentals but also explains how to interpret sidescan sonar imagery and bathymetry.

The Handbook of Sidescan Sonar describes the most up-to-date methods of mapping the seafloor. The 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.

HANDBOOK OF SEAFLOOR SONAR IMAGERY Philippe Blondel and BramleyJ. Murton Southampton Oceanography Centre Southampton, UK JOHN WILEY & SONS Chichester • New York • Weinheim •.

Side-Scan Sonar as a Tool for Seafloor Imagery: Examples from the Mediterranean Continental Margin. By Alessandra Savini. Submitted: October 27th Reviewed: May 18th Published: September 12th DOI: / The Handbook of Sidescan Sonar (Springer Praxis Books Geophysical Sciences) Philippe Blondel Sidescan sonar is proving to be the preeminent technique for researchers and professionals seeking knowledge about the structure and behavior of the seafloor, but its data is often difficult to interpret due to the physics of acoustic remote sensing.

The newest generation of sidescan sonars can now produce imagery and bathymetry at the same time, using interferometry (explained in Section ). These measurements of the seafloor topography are at the same resolution and co-registered with the measurements of the acoustic response of the seafloor.

The Handbook of Sidescan Sonar Book Description: Sidescan sonar is proving to be the preeminent technique for researchers and professionals seeking knowledge about the structure and behavior of the seafloor, but its data is often difficult to interpret due to the physics of acoustic remote sensing, and to the varied geological processes at play.

Sidescan sonar is proving to be the preeminent technique for researchers and professionals seeking knowledge about the structure and behavior of the seafloor, but its data is often difficult to interpret due to the physics of acoustic remote sensing, and to the varied geological processes at play.

Yong Bai, Qiang Bai, in Subsea Engineering Handbook (Second Edition), Side-Scan Sonar. Side-scan sonar is a category of sonar system that is used to efficiently create an image of large areas of the seafloor.

This tool is used for mapping the seabed for a wide variety of purposes, including creation of nautical charts and detection and identification of underwater objects and.

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Customer Reviews. The side scan sonar images of the seafloor are obtained by emitting a continuous fan-shaped beam of sonar pulses while moving.

The intensity of the acoustic reflections from the seafloor (backscatter) creates a series of image slices, which are then put together to form a mosaic image of the seafloor, as demonstrated in Fig. Broadly expanded and updated from the previous"Handbook of Seafloor Sonar Imagery", this handbook is indispensable to oceanographers, resource exploiters, telecommunications engineers, and marine researchers of all kinds.

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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Reviews: 1. High-order time lacunarity (HOT-Lac) is an effective feature for characterizing active sonar echographs of harbor environments. However, it involves high computational complexity of loop summations.

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Boulders provide ecologically important hard grounds in shelf seas, and form protected habitats under the European Habitats Directive. Boulders on the seafloor can usually be recognized in backscatter mosaics due to a characteristic pattern of high backscatter intensity followed by an acoustic shadow.

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This guide will help in interpreting displayed sonar images and some best practices and techniques for when they are mounted on ROVs. Although the Ping and BlueROV2 are used in the illustrations, the concepts are general enough to be applied to any mechanical scanning sonar and ROV combination.

Abstract: In this paper, we propose a novel unsupervised algorithm for segmenting sidescan sonar images of seafloor. The proposed algorithm does not make any a priori assumption on the nature of the input sidescan sonar image. The algorithm first constructs a multiresolution representation of the input image using the forward and inverse undecimated discrete wavelet.

An interactive tool for co‐registration and quantitative analysis of seafloor acoustic imagery and bathymetry is presented. The technique of stochastic back projection [W.

Stewart, Proc. ASME Conf. on Off Shore Mechanics, Houston, TX ()] is used to produce mosaics of imagery and bathymetry. The project focused on mapping the seafloor with side-scanning sonar and collecting georeferenced video data in the survey areas to verify acoustic interpretations.

The survey track lines were combined to form a mosaic of the entire study area.Handbook of Seafloor Sonar Imagery: West Sussex, England, p.

Chin, J.L., Karl, H.A. refer to authoritative books (such as Fish and Carr, ; Blondel and Murton, and Blondel, ) for more detailed and precise expl anations on the technical aspects related to the acquisition and processing of sonar imagery. The side-scan sonar as a tool to image the seafloor.

Rather than use only sonar or other related forms of data gathering, hyperspectral imagery, at resolutions up to 30 cm in cases, is also gathered from such vehicles that can go to depths that are typically dangerous for manned missions.

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