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245 00 Infrasound monitoring for atmospheric studies :
       |bchallenges in middle atmosphere dynamics and societal 
       benefits /|cedited by Alexis Le Pichon, Elisabeth Blanc, 
       Alain Hauchecorne 
250    Second editon 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2019 
300    1 online resource (xxviii, 1167 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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505 0  Part 1: Instrumentation, network and processing -- Chapter
       1.The IMS Infrasound Network: Status and state-of-the-art 
       design (Julien Mary) -- Chapter 2. New generations of 
       infrasound sensors: Technological developments and 
       calibration (G. Nief) -- Chapter 3. New systems for wind 
       noise reduction for infrasonic measurements (Jeremy 
       Webster) -- Chapter 4. Geoacoustic observations on 
       drifting balloon-borne sensors (Daniel C. Bowman) -- 
       Chapter 5. Measuring infrasound from the maritime 
       environment (Doug Grimmett) -- Chapter 6. Advances in 
       operational processing at the International Data Center 
       (Pierrick Mialle) -- Chapter 7. Infrasound signal 
       detection: Re-examining the component parts that make up 
       detection algorithms (Omar Marcillo) -- Chapter 8. 
       Explosion source models (Milton A. Garces) -- Part 2: 
       Observations - From local to global -- Chapter 9. The 
       ANTARES explosion observed by the US-ARRAY: an 
       unprecedented collection of infrasound phases recorded 
       from the same event (Julien Vergoz) -- Chapter 10. 
       Characterization of the infrasonic wave field from 
       repeating seismo-acoustic events (Steven J. Gibbons) -- 
       Chapter 11. On the use of a dense network of seismo-
       acoustic arrays for near-regional environmental monitoring
       (Il-Young Che) -- Chapter 12. Large meteoroids as global 
       infrasound reference events (Christoph Pilger) -- Chapter 
       13. Systematic array processing of a decade of global IMS 
       infrasound data (Lars Ceranna) -- Part 3: Propagation 
       modeling, network performance and inversion methods -- 
       Chapter 14. Meteorology, climatology, and upper 
       atmospheric composition for infrasound propagation 
       modeling (Douglas P. Drob) -- Chapter 15. Propagation 
       modeling through realistic atmosphere and benchmarking 
       (Roger Waxler) -- Chapter 16. Internal gravity wave 
       perturbations and their impact on infrasound propagation 
       in the atmosphere (Igor Chunchuzov) -- Chapter 17. 
       Modeling the detection capability of the global IMS 
       infrasound network (Alexis Le Pichon) -- Chapter 18. 
       Advances in infrasonic remote sensing methods (Jelle D. 
       Assink) -- Part 4: Evaluating and improving global 
       circulation and climate models and weather forecasts (GCM)
       -- Chapter 19. Continuous middle-atmospheric wind profile 
       observations by Doppler microwave radiometry (Rolf 
       R├╝fenacht) -- Chapter 20. Gravity-wave detection in the 
       mesosphere using airglow spectrometers and meteor radars 
       (R.E. Hibbins) -- Chapter 21. Detection of infrasound 
       signals and sources using a dense seismic network 
       (Catherine D. de Groot-Hedlin) -- Chapter 22. Calculating 
       atmospheric gravity waves parameters from infrasound 
       measurements (Graeme Marlton) -- Chapter 23. The study of 
       sudden stratospheric warmings using infrasound (Pieter S. 
       M. Smets) -- Chapter 24. Recent dynamic studies on the 
       middle atmosphere at mid- and low-latitudes using Rayleigh
       Lidar and other technologies (Alain Hauchecorne) -- 
       Chapter 25. Large scale and transient disturbances and 
       trends: from the ground to the ionosphere (Jan Laštovi?ka)
       -- Chapter 26. Temperature trends observed in the middle 
       atmosphere and future directions (P. Keckhut) -- Chapter 
       27. Non-orographic gravity waves: representation in 
       climate models and effects on infrasound (D. Cugnet) -- 
       Chapter 28. Middle atmosphere variability and model 
       uncertainties as investigated in the framework of the 
       ARISE project (Elisabeth Blanc) -- Chapter 29. The 
       potential impact of upper stratospheric measurements on 
       sub-seasonal forecasts in the extra-tropics (Andrew J. 
       Charlton-Perez) -- Part 5: Benefits for monitoring natural
       hazards -- Chapter 30. Infrasound for detection, 
       localization and geometrical reconstruction of lightning 
       flashes (Thomas Farges) -- Chapter 31. Infrasound 
       monitoring as a tool to characterize impacting Near-Earth 
       Objects (NEOs) (Elizabeth A. Silber) -- Chapter 32. Local 
       volcano infrasound monitoring (Jeffrey B. Johnson) -- 
       Chapter 33. Volcano infrasound and the International 
       Monitoring System (Robin S. Matoza) -- Chapter 34. 
       Atmospheric control on ground- and space based remote 
       detection of volcanic ash injection into the atmosphere, 
       and link to early warning systems for aviation hazard 
       mitigation (Benoit Taisne) -- Chapter 35. Infrasound 
       monitoring of volcano-related hazards for civil protection
       (Maurizio Ripepe) -- Chapter 36. Infrasound monitoring of 
       volcanic eruptions and contribution of ARISE to the 
       Volcanic Ash Advisory Centers (Emanuele Marchetti) 
520    Since the publication of the first volume "Infrasound 
       monitoring for atmospheric studies" published in 2010, 
       significant advances were achieved in the fields of 
       engineering, propagation modelling, and atmospheric remote
       sensing methods. The global infrasound network, which 
       consists of the International Monitoring Network (IMS) for
       nuclear test ban verification completed by an increasing 
       number of regional cluster arrays deployed around the 
       globe, has evidenced an unprecedented potential for 
       detecting, locating and characterizing various natural and
       man-made sources. In recent years, infrasound has evolved 
       into a broad interdisciplinary field encompassing academic
       disciplines of geophysics and innovative technical and 
       scientific developments. The advances in innovative ground
       -based instruments, including infrasound inversions for 
       continuous observations of the stratosphere and mesosphere,
       provide useful insights into the geophysical source 
       phenomenology and atmospheric processes involved. 
       Systematic investigations into low-frequency infrasound 
       signals and the development of complementary observational
       platforms point out new insights into the dynamics of the 
       middle atmosphere which play a significant role in both 
       tropospheric weather and climate. This monitoring system 
       also provides continuous relevant information about 
       natural hazards with high societal benefits, like on-going
       volcanic eruptions, surface earthquakes, meteorites or 
       severe weather. With this new edition, researchers and 
       students benefit from a comprehensive content of both 
       fundamental and applied inter-disciplinary topics 
650  0 Infrasonic waves|xMeasurement 
650  0 Atmospheric waves|xManagement 
650  0 Atmospheric turbulence|xRemote sensing 
650  0 Seismic event location 
650 14 Atmospheric Sciences 
650 24 Acoustics 
650 24 Monitoring/Environmental Analysis 
650 24 Remote Sensing/Photogrammetry 
650 24 Geophysics and Environmental Physics 
700 1  Le Pichon, Alexis,|eeditor 
700 1  Blanc, Elisabeth,|eeditor 
700 1  Hauchecorne, Alain,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
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