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Telemetering of some parameters of the soft and thin surface layer of the sea floor by using reflected explosive waves


, : Telemetering of some parameters of the soft and thin surface layer of the sea floor by using reflected explosive waves. Tropic Oceanology = Redai Haiyang 4(2): 38-43


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DOI: 10.1016/0198-0254(86)94403-1


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