SURFACE CONTROLLED DEEP OCEAN NAVIGATION TECHNIQUES FOR PRECISE BOTTOM SITE DETERMINATION AND RELOCATION

David M. Holmes

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Abstract: The need for an accurate underwater deep-ocean navigation system has recently become increasingly apparent. The ability of man to travel across thousands of miles on the ocean's surface and arrive at a selected site is still limited. The capability of locating and relocationg a precise site on the floor of the ocean is even more limited. Let's look at the various reasons for locating and relocating underwater sites in the ocean.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 12, Number 4
Pages: 287 - 298
Cite this article: Holmes, David M., "SURFACE CONTROLLED DEEP OCEAN NAVIGATION TECHNIQUES FOR PRECISE BOTTOM SITE DETERMINATION AND RELOCATION", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 12, No. 4, Winter 1965-1966, pp. 287-298.
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