SERDP and ESTCP researchers are developing new systems to find unexploded and discarded munitions underwater that pose a potential hazard due to their proximity to shore. Presenters in this session will describe several sensor modalities that can detect and discriminate underwater munitions both proud of the seafloor and buried in the sediment. Both experimental measurements using acoustic and electromagnetic sensors and sophisticated analyses of the results will be presented.
Session Chair: Dr. Shawn Johnson, Penn State, ARL, email@example.com
Mr. Dan Waddill, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
Dr. Dan Brown, Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Joseph Bucaro, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)
Dr. Steven Kargl, University of Washington
Dr. Thomas Bell, Nova Research
Dr. Gregory Schultz, White River Technologies