|SOund SUrveillance System (SOSUS): References|
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Dziak, Robert P., Christopher G. Fox, Haruyoshi Matsumoto, and Anthony E. Schreiner, 1997, The April 1992 Cape Mendocino earthquake sequence: Seismo-acoustic analysis utilizing fixed hydrophone arrays, Marine Geophysical Researches, vol.19, p. 137-162.
Fox, Christopher G., W. Eddie Radford, Robert P. Dziak, Tai-Kwan Lau, Haruyoshi Matsumoto, and Anthony E. Schreiner, 1995, Acoustic detection of a seafloor spreading episode on the Juan de Fuca Ridge using military hydrophone arrays,Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 22, no. 2, p 131-134.
Fox, Christopher G.. Robert P. Dziak, Haruyoshi Marumoto, and Anthony E. Schreiner, 1994, Potential for monitoring low-level seismicity on the Juan de Fuca Ridge using military hydrophone arrays, Marine Technology Society Journal, vol. 27, no. 4, p 22-30.
Fox, Christopher G., and Stephen R. Hammond, 1994, The VENTS Program T-phase project and NOAA's role in ocean environmental research, Marine Technology Society Journal, vol. 27, no. 4, p 70-74.
Fox, Christopher G., 1992, NOAA plans for monitoring the northeast Pacific using fixed hydrophone arrays, Proceedings: Characterization of Mid-Ocean Ridge Earthquake Activity Using Acoustic Data from U.S. Navy Permanent Hydrophone Arrays, Woods Hole, April 23-24, 1991.
Nishimura, Clyde E., and Dennis M. Conlon, 1994, IUSS Dual Use: Monitoring whales and earthquakes using SOSUS, Marine Technology Society Journal, vol. 27, no. 4, p 13-21.