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2.2. Vertical Extent of Bottom Habitat
2.3. Non-acoustic Techniques for Habitat Classification
2.4. Sampling Statistics and Coverage
3.2.1. Wavefront curvature and echo shape
3.2.2. The need for a reference depth
3.2.3. Averaging of returns
3.2.4. Allowance for slope effects
3.2.5. Calibration
3.3. The RoxAnn System
3.3.1. Results from North West Shelf and Southeast Fisheries Regions
3.4. The QTC View System
3.4.1. Results from Wallis Lake, NSW
3.5. The ECHOplus System
3.5.1. Principles of operation
3.5.2. Examples of using ECHOplus
3.5.3. Results from Lough Hyne, Ireland
3.6. Comparisons of Systems
4.2. Basic Sidescan Sonar Operation
4.3. Considerations in Sidescan Sonar Operation
4.3.1. Frequency, range and resolution
4.3.2. Survey planning
4.3.3. Survey speed and ping rates
4.3.4. Positioning, sidescan deployment and sea conditions
4.4. Examples of Current Sidescan Sonar Systems
4.5. Processing and Classification of Sidescan Sonar Data
4.5.1. Processing sidescan sonar data
4.5.2. Classification of the seabed using sidescan data
4.5.3. Automated segmentation of sidescan imagery
4.6. Seabed Surveys and Classifications using Sidescan Sonar
4.7. Use of Interferometric Sidescan
5.1. Principles and Data Processing of MultiBeam Sonar Systems (MBSS)
5.1.1. Processing bathymetry details
5.1.2. Processing of backscatter data
5.2. Seafloor Classification Procedure
6.2. Principles of Sub-bottom Profiling
6.3. Types of Sub-Bottom Profilers
6.3.1. High frequency systems
6.3.2. Low and medium frequency systems
6.4. Interpretation of Surficial Seabed Properties from Sub-Bottom Profilers
6.4.1. Shallow sub-bottom reflectors – links to benthic habitats
6.4.2. The Damuth classification scheme
6.4.3. Quantitative sonar classification
7.1.1. State of Victoria Habitat Mapping Project
7.1.2. Marmion Marine Park: Area A
7.1.3. West End, Rottnest Island: Area B
7.2. Objectives
7.3. Equipment
7.4. Survey Design and Parameters
7.5. Data Processing Methods
7.5.1. Reson Seabat 8101 and 8125
7.5.2. GeoAcoustics GeoSwath
7.5.3. EG&G 272 analogue sidescan sonar
7.5.4. Klein 5500 multiple beam digital sidescan sonar
7.5.5. C-Max CM2 digital sidescan sonar
7.6. Results
7.6.1. Validate the Starfix interface to the GeoSwath system
7.6.3. Determine the maximum operating water depth of the GeoSwath
7.6.7. Multibeam bathymetric data deliverables
7.6.8. Multibeam backscatter data – snippets
7.6.9. Sidescan sonar
7.6.10. Classification maps
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Acoustic Techniques for Seabed Clasification

Acoustic Techniques for Seabed Clasification

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Published by: John Karuwal on Jun 06, 2013
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