About this book series

The series publishes in-depth reviews and analyses on the state of understanding of the physics of sound in selected areas of research. All topics that are relevant to the field will be considered.

The monograph series covers the most important topics in underwater sound that are in-depth, critical, scholarly, and comprehensive. They are to provide researchers with an understanding of the physics of underwater sound, based on both theory and experiment. The discussion of important unanswered questions is encouraged. Topics of particular importance in the field are low-frequency sound in the deep ocean, shallow-water acoustics, acoustics reverberation, and ambient noise.

Discontinued series: although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed here remain available.
Series Editor
  • Jeff Simmen,
  • Homer Bucker,
  • Ira Dyer,
  • Finn B. Jensen,
  • Ellen S. Livingston

Book titles in this series

  1. Ocean Ambient Noise

    Measurement and Theory

    • William M. Carey
    • Richard B. Evans
    • Copyright: 2011

    Available Renditions

    • Hard cover
    • Soft cover
    • eBook