Defense Science and Technology Organization, Aeronautical and Maritime Research Laboratory
Available literature on the effects of underwater explosions on life in the sea is reviewed. Reported effects on marine plants, invertebrates, fishes, turtles, birds, sea mammals and humans, from both experimental and field observations, are presented, as are theories on the damage process and models developed to predict lethal and safe ranges around explosions of varying configurations.
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