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National Center for Physical Acoustics

University of Mississippi

Long Range Sound Propagation (LRSP)

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The International Symposia on Long Range Sound Propagation are held every two years alternately between the US and Europe. The goals of the symposia are to exchange information on current research in sound propagation in the atmosphere ranging from infrasound to low frequency audible sound.  Presentations on all aspects of long range sound propagation are welcome including wave propagation, source modeling, signal detection and analysis and instrumentation. Focuses have included meteorological effects on signal propagation, acoustics for atmospheric sounding, and acoustic monitoring of man-made and natural hazards.

The 18th Symposium on Long Range Sound Propagation will be conducted at the University of the District of Columbia (Van Ness campus), Washington, DC on June 22-23, 2020. The call for abstracts can be accessed through the following link: https://forms.gle/iDL4HHH5Q2vkKH5u8

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Electronic versions of the proceedings can be downloaded below.

For older proceedings please contact our office at 662-915-5889 or by email ncpawork@olemiss.edu.