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The offshore circular array techniques for the mid-water support and mooring of oceanographic in shallow water by W. J. Bunton

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Published by U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English

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StatementW.J. Bunton and I.E. Davies
SeriesResearch and development report - NEL/report -- 1261, Research and development report (U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)) -- 1261., NEL report (U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)) -- 1261.
ContributionsDavies, I. E. (I. Elizabeth), U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)
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Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24363755M

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