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Uploaded on Dec 16, 2011
This series discusses the new research equipment being purchased for the Hancock Research lab, funded by the NSF, and discusses what types of projects would make sense on this equipment and look at specific types of additional hardware and software that would be ideal to aid in faculty research.
Scott Frank, Associate Professor, has used parabolic equation codes to investigate CW and broadband acoustic propagation at low frequencies (30 Hz to 100 Hz) through internal waves in shallow water. He has also worked with seismologists on projects involving cross-correlation of seismic noise and receiver functions for determining properties of the Earth's crust.