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pp. 143-148, vol. 4, 2001
L. M. Lyamshev
Andreev Acoustical Institute, Moscow, Russia
Technical University of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland
Abstract: It is demonstrated that the known empirical frequency-angle dependence that characterizes the intensity of high-frequency backscattering of sound by a rough sea surface and is obtained on the basis of generalization of results of many experiments conducted by various researchers under different conditions and in different sea regions has a fractal character. High-frequency backscattering of sound by the sea bottom is also characterized by fractal laws in a broad range of frequency and spatial scales.
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