Lovelace Foundation for Medical Education and Research
Tests were run to determine the far-field underwater blast effects on mammals and birds. The tests were conducted in a specially constructed test pond facility, 220 by 150 feet at the surface and 30 feet deep over the 30- by 100-foot centre portion. Explosive charges weighing up to 8 pounds were detonated at 10-foot depths.
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