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SPATS - an acoustic array at the South Pole

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The detection of extraterrestrial EHE neutrinos requires detection volumes at least one order of magnitude larger than currently constructed km(3) optical neutrino detectors. In ice, it is anticipated that the absorption length for acoustic waves reaches up to to several kilometers. This makes ice an attractive host environment for a next generation acoustic neutrino detector. To measure the acoustic properties of ice at South Pole, a test setup has been developed, ready to be deployed in the 2006/07 summer season.

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Hundertmark, S, S Boser, C Bohm, Freija Descamps, J Fischer, A Hallgren, R Heller, et al. 2007. “SPATS - an Acoustic Array at the South Pole.” In Journal of Physics Conference Series, 60:292–295. BRISTOL: IOP PUBLISHING LTD.
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Hundertmark, S., Boser, S., Bohm, C., Descamps, F., Fischer, J., Hallgren, A., Heller, R., et al. (2007). SPATS - an acoustic array at the South Pole. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS CONFERENCE SERIES (Vol. 60, pp. 292–295). Presented at the TeV Particle Astrophysics II Workshop 2006, BRISTOL: IOP PUBLISHING LTD.
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Hundertmark S, Boser S, Bohm C, Descamps F, Fischer J, Hallgren A, et al. SPATS - an acoustic array at the South Pole. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS CONFERENCE SERIES. BRISTOL: IOP PUBLISHING LTD; 2007. p. 292–5.
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Hundertmark, S et al. “SPATS - an Acoustic Array at the South Pole.” Journal of Physics Conference Series. Vol. 60. BRISTOL: IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2007. 292–295. Print.
@inproceedings{685908,
  abstract     = {The detection of extraterrestrial EHE neutrinos requires detection volumes at least one order of magnitude larger than currently constructed km(3) optical neutrino detectors. In ice, it is anticipated that the absorption length for acoustic waves reaches up to to several kilometers. This makes ice an attractive host environment for a next generation acoustic neutrino detector. To measure the acoustic properties of ice at South Pole, a test setup has been developed, ready to be deployed in the 2006/07 summer season.},
  author       = {Hundertmark, S and Boser, S and Bohm, C and Descamps, Freija and Fischer, J and Hallgren, A and Heller, R and Hulth, P and Hundertmark, S and Krieger, K and Nalmhauer, R and Pohl, M and Price, B and Sulanke, K and Vandenbroucke, J},
  booktitle    = {JOURNAL OF PHYSICS CONFERENCE SERIES},
  issn         = {1742-6588},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Madison, WI},
  pages        = {292--295},
  publisher    = {IOP PUBLISHING LTD},
  title        = {SPATS - an acoustic array at the South Pole},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/60/1/063},
  volume       = {60},
  year         = {2007},
}

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