Integrated Ocean Dynamics and Acoustics

A Department of Defense Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative funded project

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IODA is an integrated ocean fluid physics and acoustics study with the goal of creating a broadly applicable and portable continental shelf-area acoustic prediction capability that includes the effects of internal and surface gravity waves as well as effects of the more-commonly handled subtidal-frequency large-scale processes.

Grant Awardee: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


University Subawardees

Principal Investigators

    Tim Duda (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
    Jim Lynch (WHOI)
    Ying-Tsong Lin (WHOI)
    Karl Helfrich (WHOI)
    Weifeng Gordon Zhang (WHOI)
    Harry Swinney (University of Texas at Austin)
    John Wilkin (Rutgers University)
    Pierre Lermusiaux (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    Nick Makris (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    Dick Yue (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    Mohsen Badiey (University of Delaware)
    Bill Siegmann (Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute)
    Jon Collis (Colorado School of Mines)
    John Colosi (Naval Postgraduate School)
    Steven Jachec (Florida Institute of Technology)

Additional key investigators

    Matt Paoletti (U. Texas)
    Julia Levin (Rutgers)
    Yuming Liu (MIT)
    Arthur Newhall (WHOI)

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